Come celebrate Ann's life and share the road with us. You have a choice of three distances: 30 miles, a metric century (66 miles) or a full 100 mile century, that rolls through some of Walla Walla's vineyards and greenest fields. A buffet and a glass of locally brewed beer awaits you at the end of your ride. Sponsored by Wheatland Wheelers Cycle Club. A portion of the net proceeds support cycling safety.
Directions to Start:
Historic Pioneer Park is located at the corner of Alder and Division Streets in Walla Walla.
Route start times
100 mile route - 7:00 - 8:00 a.m. (highly recommended); 66 mile route - 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.; 30 mile route - 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Total Elevation Gains
30 mile route = 394 feet; 66 mile route = 1,394 feet; 100 mile route = 2,720 feet. The route is gently rolling.
Ann Weatherill was a local middle school teacher and cyclist who was struck and killed by a motorist while riding with friends on Mother's Day 2004. In 2005, the Ann Law was passed in Washington State, making it illegal for motorists to pass while an oncoming cyclist is approaching. Funds from this event go towards the installation and maintenance of the yellow "Share the Road" signs throughout the county that were installed on popular bicycle routes to raise awareness in Ann's honor and other bicycle safety programs sponsored by Wheatland Wheelers. 4000 in 50 Century Stick around for another day and enjoy the views and feel the burn! Unsupported with 4000' of elevation gain. Great 20-mile descent. $5 day-of registration only. Starts at Pioneer Park at 7:00 AM on June 16, 2013.