|Date:||Sunday 28 October 2018|
|Start Time:||8:00 a.m.|
|Start Location:||City of Cocoa Civic Center
430 Delannoy Ave, Cocoa, FL 32922
|Registration Fee Schedule|
|Reg Period End Date||TBD||27 Oct 2018||28 Oct 2018|
|Start Times / Routes / Distances / Maps|
|8:00 am||65||Metric Century||458||Map|
|8:00 am||28||Half-Metric Century||319||Map|
|About This Event|
The Spacecoast Freewheelers are proud to sponsor the Annual Intracoastal Waterway Century, the most scenic ride in Florida.
Riders will pass by the Kennedy Space Center, rest at our SAG stop located at the American Police Hall of Fame & Museum, and ride quiet tree lined roads along the Indian River and the historic River Road (old 2-lane US-1) lined with turn-of-century estates along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway. This is a fully supported ride that includes fully stocked SAG stops, roving SAG support, mechanical support, light breakfast and pizza dinner after the ride.
This event takes place the last Sunday of October of every year, starting at 8:00am from the Cocoa Civic Center in downtown Cocoa Village, FL. We offer full (102 mile) and metric (65 mile) century rides. Again this year we will offer scenic rides along the Indian River of 28 and 14 miles for those looking for a shorter and relaxing ride. The 14 mile ride is perfect for inexperienced riders and other family members as it will be escorted by a ride leader at a controlled pace.
And for those not riding, there are many activities happening the last weekend of October. Bring your loved ones and visit Cocoa Village for a memorable afternoon where you can walk historic streets and avenues. Stroll along the Indian River walkway, explore antique stores housed in historic buildings, eat an old fashioned ice cream cone, or rest a spell with a cup of coffee in a Victorian style coffee house.
|Weather Cancellation Policy|
|This is a Rain or Shine Event. No Refunds or Transfers|
The safety of our participants and volunteers is our most important concern and if any of the threatening weather conditions are present the day of the event (tornado warning, tornado watch, thunderstorm, heavy rain or a hurricane decides to visit), the event may be delayed or canceled.
When weather conditions or other physical conditions present a danger to participants, such conditions fall under the label “acts of mother nature,” it will not result in refunding of any event entry fees or future event credits, since funds were already spent in preparation for your event day.