FOUR ALL NEW, BEAUTIFUL, QUIET COUNTRY ROUTES

       CLIMB 1 MILE+ ON THE 101 MI CENTURY

Mother nature provides the beauty - We add a well-planned and implemented ride -You make it fun. Beautiful scenery, homemade stuff to eat; plus beef sticks, local cheese, ride rolls, grapes, bananas and more. We plan the ride to keep you on track with great maps, route markings and signage.;and we keep youwell fortified with energy resources,

JUST MINUTES EAST OF THE TWIN CITIES
 

Sunday, September 17, 2017
Hoffman Park,  River Falls, WI
(Just off Division St and Highway 35)
Registration: 7 AM - 10 AM
 

Dogs and Brats AT RIDE'S END
 

Presented by River Valley Trails (501c3) and its community sponsors


ON-LINE REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS APPLY

Online registration ends midnight, Wednesday, September 13, 2017

-REGISTER By MAY 31: $25 Individual Rider
-REGISTER JUNE 1 through JULY 31: $30 Individual Rider
-REGISTER AUG. 1 through SEPT. 13: $35 Individual Rider
CLUB DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE: Inquire - jmwebber@sbcglobal.net

DAY OF RIDE REGISTRATION:

September 17, 7am-10am
Hoffman Park, River Falls, Wisconsin
Cash or Check only
$40 Individual Rider
$10 Youth 18 & Under
$45 Tandem
 
SHIRT DETAILS::
Short-Sleeve Wicking Shirt: $25
SPECIAL on-line price: $20 Men's and Women's Sizes with Autumn Trek Logo
 
ROUTES:
25 MI Trek Classic (scenic, low-traveled country roads)
45 MI Roll'n Coaster (a few more hills)
65 MI Ridge Rider (grin and crank it)
101 MI Century Super Climb (grimace and crank it - 1 mile+ of climb)
SAG & HAM Radio support throughout the ride and we do have GREAT REST Stops
 
ORGANIZED BY RIVER VALLEY TRAILS

Mission Statement: TO PROMOTE AND SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERCONNECTED SYSTEM OF SAFE, PUBLIC BIKE/PEDESTRIAN ROUTES WITHIN THE ST. CROIX RIVER VALLEY.
 

RIVER VALLEY TRAILS Works with the City of Hudson as an advisory group - Partners with The St. Croix Bike/Ped Coalition as members and advisors -Supports YMCA and YMCA Camp bicycle activities - Promotes single track trail development and teams - seeks partners with like-minded organizations to promote bicycle trails, education and safety activities. Advocates at state and national levels.