Description: An organized bicycle ride around beautiful Southeast Wisconsin. There are routes to meet everyone’s needs from 18 to 100 miles. There will be rest stops and support along the routes to make sure everyone enjoys their ride. The ride starts from the House of Music in Lake Geneva.
On-site registration Adult (Over 16) $40.00 / Child (16 or Under) $30.00
On-site registration is from 6:30am to 10:00am.
No refunds. We ride rain or shine.
On-line registration closes at 11:59pm on 9/22/2023
Well marked and quiet country roads, cue sheets, SAG support, friendly volunteers and our well-stocked rest stops
A non-competitive, scenic ride of 18, 25, 50, 75 and 100 miles.
The 18 mile ride for any age or skill level can experience cycling along beautiful winding roads and a crushed limestone trail. There is one rest stop at the halfway point, 9 miles.
The 25 mile route is all on paved roads and has a stop at 14 miles.
The 25, 50, 75 and 100 mile routes are all paved roads and have rest stops every 25 miles. The 100 has an extra stop at 90 miles to help you get to the finish.
The 100 mile ride completes the 75 miles route and returns to the start/finish. If you are still feeling good you can head out on the 25 mile loop that only shares a couple roads
PDF Files as well as GPS files through our event on Ride with GPS
Suggest Starting Times: All routes open at 7:00am. If you want to ride with a group we are suggesting the following start times: 100 mile at 7:00, 75 mile at 7:30, 50 mile at 8:00, 25 mile at 8:30 and 18 mile at 9:00. Century riders should begin no later than 8:00am. All riders must plan to complete their rides by 3:00pm when all routes close and SAG support ends.
SAG Support: Phone equipped SAG’s are intended to help riders needing assistance. Priority will be given to riders in emergency situations – illness, injury or irreparable mechanical breakdowns. Flat tires are not considered emergencies. SAG service stops at 3:00pm
Safety: For your own safety and the safety of others:
Obey all applicable traffic laws.
Helmets, which comply with “U.S. CPSC Safety Standard for Bicycle Helmets”, are required.
Ride within your ability and physical condition.
Carry personal identification.
Bring a bike in good condition, with a spare tube, basic tools, a water bottle, and basic knowledge of repairs.
Children must be accompanied by an adult throughout the ride.
The routes are on public roads which must be shared with motorists.
Local law enforcement authorities may patrol the roads and may issue citations for traffic violations.
Bicycles should be ridden single file at all times, even when traffic is not present.
State law prohibits the use of headsets while riding on public roadways.
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Your participation helps support the advocacy work that Treadhead Cycling performs on behalf of all cyclists in Southeast Wisconsin.