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ANNUAL Orange Center Bike Ride - SUNDAY, September 12th

For Something COMPLETELY Different! 
 
It's time for the Orange Center Bike Ride! Registration is now open for the Annual Orange Center Bike Ride, Sunday, September 12th. The Orange Center Bike Ride offers beautiful scenery and a memorable, healthy day for everyone! This year’s ride features our renowned, kosher food at all rest stops and improved road markings. Choose from our 100K, 50K and 10K Family Fun routes.
See you in May!
 
Join 750-plus cycling friends for an unforgettable century! Sponsored by Orange Center.
 
Ride Supports:
Our rest stops will be stocked with water, fruit and snacks. Three rest stops are on the 100K route, while two rest stops are available for the 50K riders. For the family fun ride, a juice break will be at mile 3. SAG (Support And Gear) vehicles will be traveling throughout the course to provide assistance to riders. Our drivers will be able to repair mechanical breakdowns and transport riders to the finished area. A BBQ lunch will be provided for all participants at the finished area.

 
2009 RULES
Riders under the age of 14 must ride with a responsible adult AND must carry the Medical Release Form signed by a parent or guardian.
 
To download the Minor Medical Release Form, Click Here
Participants must read and agree to the RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY. ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT.
 
To download the Waiver, Click Here
  • It is the rider’s responsibility to bring a bicycle that is in safe operating condition.
  • Do not leave bicycles unattended.  Orange can not be responsible for lost or stolen property.
  • Orange Center reserves the right to refuse participation to any rider not conforming to the rules.
  • Ride single file where there is ANY traffic and obey the Baltimore Vehicle Code.
  • All riders are required to wear helmets.
     
10:00-12:00pm Children’s Activities: For children who are preschool age (2 years of age ) or older who are not riding, we are offering wonderful activities here at the school. Challenging obstacle courses, tri-cycling and other fun activities for children on the playground and park.
 
End of ride meal:
A delicious, hot, barbeque lunch awaits you at the end of your rides. The lunch is complimentary to those who have registered for the 100K, 50K and the 10K Family Fun Routes.  Tandem registrations will recieve two meal tickets and Family registrations will receive four meal tickets.   Additional tickets for the barbeque may be purchased for $10 at the time of registration. Vegetarian options will be available.
 
Volunteers:
Please click here to contact the volunteer coordinator.
 
Rain Policy:
Event takes place rain or shine. No refunds, this is not a race.
 
Sponsors:
The Orange Center Bike Ride is made possible through the support and generosity of our sponsors. If you would like to sponsor the Orange Center Bike Ride, by making a tax-deductible gift please send a check payable to Orange Center.
 
For More Information:
Contact us at samples@wizevents.com or call (443) 992-4120.
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Route Descriptions

100-K route (62 miles):
The Orange Bike Ride offers two moderate routes around the beautiful valley. It is perfect for those who have completed the or are working toward their first full. The routes takes you down City. After a nice climb up Road, you will travel along scenic Reservoir and back to Woodside. The route continues with a beautiful ride along the Portola Loop, over Arastradero to Page Mill and then a leisurely return through the stately homes. A delicious meal awaits you upon your return. The 100K route will have three rest stops with water, fruit and snacks, as well as a hot BBQ lunch at the end. You'll also get a route map and a commemorative T-shirt.

50-K route (31 miles):
The 50-K route has two rest stops with water, fruit and snacks, as well as a hot BBQ lunch at the end.You'll also get a route map and a commemorative T-shirt. The route is a that takes you from by meadows, lovely wooded areas and rolling hills. This is the perfect ride for the casual recreational cyclist.

Family Fun Ride (6 miles):
The 10K Family Fun ride is a wonderful way for parents with young children to participate in the Foothill and to spend the day with their family. The 10K ride will be self-contained within the neighborhood surrounding area. Participants will also get a route map and a commemorative T-shirt. The 10K ride will have a juice break at mile 3.
 


 
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Starting Location and Time
 
Starting Location: Orange Center
Parking available at school parking lot. Click here for parking location. 
 
Starting Times:
 
100K
6:30 -8:00 AM
 
50K
8:00-10:00 AM
 
10K Family Fun Ride
10:00-11:00 AM
 
Children’s Activities
10:00-12:00 AM

 
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Directions and Parking

Directions to the Event:

From 88, exit at 67 toward Los Altos. Exit at the Fremont exit. Go left onto Fremont Avenue and make the first right onto Bernardo. Go left on Astoria and into the parking lot. Additional parking can be found on the street.

From 280, exit at 67 toward Mountain View. Exit at the Fremont exit. Go right onto Fremont Avenue and make the first right onto Bernardo. Go left on Astoria and into the parking lot. Additional parking can be found on the street.

Where to Park:

Parking is limited. Out of respect to our neighbors, we ask that you do not park on the street outside of the center. Parking is available in the parking lot on the corner of Fremont and Mary. Please park there and then ride over to the school (see attached map for directions).
 


 
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Registration Fee

The registration fee includes meal afterward and a commemorative T-shirt. Families will receive one shirt, additional shirts may be purchased for $5.

100 K

$45.00 per person ($55 after May 1)

50 K

$45.00 per person ($55 after May 1)

Tandem for all routes

$85.00 per tandem ($95 after May 1)

Family Fun Ride

$45.00 per family ($55 after May1)

Children’s Activities

free

Additional BBQ Tickets

$10.00

Tandem registration is by team and not individual.  Please only select one per team.


 
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Ride Supports

Our rest stops will be stocked with water, fruit and snacks. Three rest stops are on the 100K route, while two rest stops are available for the 50K riders. For the family fun ride, a juice break will be at mile 3. SAG (Support And Gear) vehicles will be traveling throughout the course to provide assistance to riders. Our drivers will be able to repair mechanical breakdowns and transport riders to the finished area. A BBQ lunch will be provided for all participants at the finished area.

 
 
 

 


 
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Rain Policy

Event takes place rain or shine. No refunds, this is not a race.

 


 

 


 
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