HBA Door County Weekend Ride

  • September 08, 2019
  • Door County, Wisconsin

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RIDE DETAILS

Our HBA group will be participating in the Door County Century ride, already a very successful ride with 3,000 participants by camping and riding that weekend.

We will be staying at Fish Creek Campground. This is privately owned and easier to reserve sites. Our plan is to leave from CR on Thursday September 5th-Return to CR on Tuesday September 10th. Gerald and I will be staying for 5 nights, but people wanting to ride can do whatever.

The Door County Century is neither a race nor a test of stamina (well, maybe stamina). It is intended that all participants ride at their own pace and in a safe and responsible manner. You may choose to ride any of our four course lengths: 30, 50, 70 or 100 mile courses with your paid registration. Because we want you to be happy and in control of your day in the saddle, choose your route anytime... even after you're already out on the road! Register early and save - See Fee Schedule.

There is no designated mass start time for the riders. Instead, riders need to plan to depart as early as 6:00 am (sunrise) and no later than 10:00 am on the day of the ride, depending on their anticipated pace and planned distance. In order to ensue that participants reach rest stops during operating hours, please depart during the specified window. Slower riders and those planning to ride the longer routes with multiple stops should depart earlier in the day.

Routes will be marked with both color-coded road arrows and wayfinding signs. Support vehicles, including our DCC Mobile Tech Crew and the Saris Sag Wagons will be available to assist riders all day long. Rest stops offering food, beverages, and technical support are strategically spaced throughout each route. After the ride, a catered dinner by The Marq, which includes New Belgium beer and other beverages, and plenty of live music.

Each rider receives a free dinner with their ride registration. Your friends and family are welcomed to meet up with you after your ride, and they can also purchase picnic tickets without riding.

Rising star Jackson Mankowski of Los Angeles will be the opening and closing act in support of Wisconsin supergroup Conscious Pilot, with a full set performance from noon until 4:00pm. Our outdoor "Blue Stage", Fat Tire Beer Garden, and Nicolet National Bank Festival Area will be rockin' all day long!

WEEKEND SCHEDULE

Saturday, September 7, 2019

  • 10:00 am - 6:00 pm (Door County Fairgrounds)
  • On-site Registration
  • Packet Pick Up
  • The DCC Cycling Expo
  • New Belgium Beer at The DCC Bar and Wisconsin comfort food by The Booyah Shed (for purchase)

Sunday, September 8, 2019

  • 6:00 am - 10:00 (Door County Fairgrounds)
  • Day-of Registration, ongoing Packet Pick Up
  • Hot "Breakfast to Go" by The Booyah Shed (for purchase)
  • Open ride start
  • 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Post-Ride catered dinner by The Marq

            Music by Conscious Pilot with opening act Jackson Mankowski

NOTE: Your ride wristband grants free admission to the post-ride Dinner Picnic and two beers or root beers. Additional tickets for non-riding friends and family members may be purchased at the entrance to the dinner.

Register on Door County Site

FEE PER RIDER *

Adult - Early Bird (Online Only) April 1 - May 31 $ 65

Adult - Standard (Online Only) June 1 - July 31 $ 70

Adult - Late (Online Only) August 1 - August 31 $ 75

Adult - ON SITE Ride Weekend (Cash - Major Credit Cards ) September 9 - 10 $ 80

Youth (ages 17 & under) April 1 - September 10 FREE

* In addition to the entry/ticket fees listed above, you will be charged Door County/Wisconsin sales tax of 5.5% and also a convenience fee through our online registration service, Race Entry. Both of these fees are non-negotiable and the latter is necessary in order to ensure the accuracy of our large rider database, our orders, and to ensure the privacy of all transactions and customer records.

* The DCC does not accept checks.

Paid Ride Registration includes your rider wristband. This band allows access to course maps, up to six on-course rest stations with unlimited food and beverage, and a plate for the post-ride Italian dinner. The rider wristband also allows for two complimentary tap beers/beverages at the DCC Bar. Band must be intact and worn when taking advantage of these benefits.


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