Lake Monroe Challenge

CAAM Events

When:
October 14, 2018 all-day America/New York Timezone
2018-10-14T00:00:00-04:00
2018-10-15T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
D2 Cycling Center
778 Monroe Rd
Sanford, FL 32771
USA

Lake Monroe Challenge

Date: Sunday 14 October 2018
Start Time: 7:15 a.m.
Start Location: D2 Cycling Center
778 Monroe Rd, Sanford, FL 32771
   
Organizer’s Website: Website
Registration: Registration

 

Registration Fee Schedule
Registration Options Miles Regular Late Event Day
200k 126  $36    
Century 101
Reg Period End Date 04 Oct 2018   14 Oct 2018

 

Start Times / Routes / Distances / Maps
Start Miles 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 126  Maps
7:15 am 126 200k  
8:15 am 100 Century    

 

About This Event

8th Annual Lake Monroe Challenge Ride!

Please join us and your Central Florida cycling friends on October 14th, 2018 and challenge yourself… your endurance… your will… on a great bike ride through Seminole and South Volusia counties. We have changed up the routes for both the Century and 200K to make sure even the most seasoned cyclists have varied, challenging course to “enjoy” for the day. 

In addition to the altered routes, we have also changed up the start/finish location! This year we have partnered with Riverwalk Pizzeria to provide us the use of their facilities for ride start and they will also be providing an excellent selection of food at the end of the ride. On route we will have the best SAG stop offerings that you’ve ever seen… not only will we have water, ice, cola’s, but also several Sport Drink options as well as real good energy foods such as Banana Wraps, PB&J, PB&Honey, Trail Mix, plus a selection of gels and other goodies. 

The ride start times are staggered (7:15am for the 200K, and 8:15am for the Century) so that riders of all distances will return for lunch between 2:00 and 3:30pm. Speaking of lunch we will have an excellent spread of salad, pizza (with a variety of toppings), pasta, bread, as well as tasty deserts, soft drinks, and water to help refeul your weary body.

Being a Ride and not a Race, we will be riding on open roads with limited support. As always riders are expected to be able to read a map, change a flat, they must also follow all road rules, use proper hand signals, yield and stop at traffic signals, wear a helmet and not use headphones.