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18th Annual Cannonball Century Ride

Sunday, September 24, 2017
Curtis Memorial Park 58 Jesse Curtis Lane FredericksburgVA  22406
Sunday, September 24, 2017
Curtis Memorial Park 58 Jesse Curtis Lane FredericksburgVA  22406
Cycling-30 mile - Adults and Children Age 12 and Older
$40.00
in 50 days $50.00
Cycling-30 mile - Children Age 11 and Younger
$0.00
Cycling-67 miles - Adults and Children Age 12 and Older
$40.00
in 50 days $50.00
Cycling-67 miles - Children Age 11 and Younger
$0.00
Cycling-102 miles - Adults and Children Age 12 and Older
$40.00
in 50 days $50.00
Cycling-102 miles - Children Age 11 and Younger
$0.00

About This Activity

The beautiful countryside of Stafford and Fauquier counties near historic Fredericksburg provides the ideal location for a day of community cycling. Secluded woodland roads, ranches and farms form the backdrop for Fredericksburg Cycling Club's 18th  Annual Cannonball Century. Choose from 30, 67 or 102 mile routes over flat to rolling terrain. Registration fees include cue sheets, well-stocked rest stops, support vehicles and mechanical support. 

Event details and schedule

Start/End Location: Curtis Memorial Park, 58 Jesse Curtis Lane, Hartwood, VA.  (Northwest of Fredericksburg, Virginia).  Time: On-site registration is open from 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. Routes are open from 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.  

Registration:  Early registration until August 15, 2017: $40.00. From August 16 - September 16, 2017 - $50.00.  On-site registration on Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017, will be available for $60.00.  There is no charge for children age 11 and younger when accompanied by a parent or guardian.

A 100% polyester Performance T-shirt is available for pre-registrants for an extra fee of $15.00 ($18.00 for Sizes 2XL and 3XL). There may be  few T-shirts for sale on the event day.  

Please visit the Fredericksburg Cyclists Club website at www.bikefred.com/cannonball

 

 

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Curtis Memorial Park 58 Jesse Curtis Lane FredericksburgVA  22406
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