On line registration will remain open until Friday September 27th but you must register by noon September 25th to recieve a Tshirt. Registrations after noon September 25th will NOT receive a Tshirt.
September 28, 2013
The 12th Annual Crooked Path Bike Tour presented by Silver Circle Sports Events is a casual ride through scenic Kettle Moraine on flat & rolling hills. The vast majority of the roads are small & very lightly traveled through the countryside. Riders will pass through small towns and villages such as Dousman, Summit, Rome, Sullivan, Hellenville, Ixonia & Watertown.
Distances include something for everyone 20K, 60K & 100K. All three distances start and end at Bicycle Doctor, 105 N. Main Street, Dousman, WI 53118. A free lunch will be served at the finish line. Additional food and beverages will be available.
The Crooked Path Bike Tour was founded in 2002 by Tammy Foltz and the Pabst Farms YMCA. Silver Circle Sports Events, LLC is proud to assume the race management and promotion for the Crooked Path Bike Tour. Tammy and the YMCA have set a strong foundation for the event and we look forward to building on their foundation.
100K, 60K, 20KPlease note that routes may change based on weather and road conditions. The distances are exactly 100K, 60K and 20K. See the course maps for exact distances.
The courses can be downloaded into your smart phone. You will need the Map My Ride app (free) from itunes.com. Once you have downloaded the app, click on the course distance above and then click on "send to phone". The couse will be sent to the Map My Ride app and will be located in courses.
There are 5 stops on the 100K, 3 on the 60K & 1 on the 20K. Water stops will have water, IXL and food.
You are permitted to ride any type of bicycle you would like. Road bike, tri bike, TT bike, one wheel, two wheel, three wheel or even four wheel. We don't care as long as it is human powered and you have a helmet on.
Helmets are required. Helmets are required. Did we mention helmets are required. Knee pads, elbow pads optional.
Sure why not. As Greg Lemond once said "it never gets easier, you just go faster."
Can I bring my pet on the ride with me? No.
Riders must register by Monday September 23 to recieve a T-shirtExtended to Wednesday September 25 @ noon - Thanks City Screen & Embrodery
Before September 14$30 Individual$70 Family*
September 14 - September 26$40 Individual$80 Family*
Race Day $50 Individual$100 Family*
We provide discounted family registrations to encourage parents to ride with their kids. The registration process is a little cumbersome so bear with us. A family rate includes up to 2 parents and 2 children from the same household. All family members must participate in the same distance. When registering, a parent must register and sign the waiver on behalf of the additional family members. When registering you will be asked for the name, age, sex and birth date of the additional family members as well as what distance the family would like to participate in. All the information must be included or the registration will not be accepted. You will also be asked for Tshirt sizes of all the members.
7:30 - 9:30 packet pickup (note this is later time)8:30 100K starts9:00 60K starts9:30 20K starts10:30ish lunch starts1:00 SAG & lunch closes
There is not a time limit on the course. However, we will start to close the course following the 10:30 start. Our sweep crew will follow the 20K riders and begin to close water stations and sweep the course from start to finish. SAG will close at noon thrityish. You can start before the designated start times but if you start to early, the water stations may not be manned yet.
Parking is free and available in the public lot across from Bicycle Doctor, along the street and at the municipal park just south of the Bicycle Doctor.
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