2013 Types of Rides
The 100 mile and 70 mile rides are new and improved routes this year! We have also added a new 40 mile ride! The 25 mile ride is the same great route as last year. All the rides have plenty of rest stops so you can ride light, and as fast or casual as you like! Sag support is available if you need it. All the rides have the same finish on the Rogue River Greenway Path through the Valley of the Rogue State Park.
Century Route (100 miles)
The Century Route heads out to Grants Pass where it crosses the Rogue River and then up to Robertson Bridge, back down to Wilderville, then into the Applegate Valley where it joins up with the 70 mile Route, through Jacksonville, Central Point, Gold Hill and finally Rogue River. If you have purchased a meal please make sure you can make it back before 4:30 pm. The following Rests stops are included: Riverside Park in Grants Pass, Wilderville Store, Applegate Ranch, Doc Griffith Park in Jacksonville, Gold Hill Library and Valley of the Rogue State Park.
70 Mile (Metric Century +)
This ride heads out with the century ride towards Grants Pass, then through the Applegate Valley where it hooks back up with the Century ride and through Jacksonville, Central Point, Gold Hill and finally Rogue River. The following Rests stops are included: Riverside Park in Grants Pass, Applegate Ranch, Doc Griffith Park in Jacksonville, Gold Hill Library and Valley of the Rogue State Park.
This new ride is for those riders who want to do a more than the 25 mile ride but don’t want to do the 70 mile route. This ride heads up into the Evans Valley and then back down through Rogue River, over the Depot Street Bridge, then to Gold Hill where it meets up with the 100 and 70 mile routes, and then back to Rogue River. The following Rests stops are included: Evans Valley Community Center, Gold Hill Library and Valley of the Rogue State Park.
25 Mile (Quarter Century)
This ride heads up into the Evans Valley and then back down through Rogue River, then to the Valley of the Rogue Park where it meets up with the 100, 70, and 40 mile routes, and then back to Rogue River. The following Rests stops are included: Evans Valley Community Center and Valley of the Rogue State Park.
Gourmet Feast Tickets
Our gourmet feast will be available to anyone purchasing a ticket. Salmon, Tri-Tip and a wide variety of salads, vegetables, and desserts. The deadline to purchase meal tickets is Sept. 5th.
Rest Stops and Finish Celebration
Rest stops are manned by volunteers from various businesses and organizations from around the Rogue Valley. The comment cards from our last Ride the Rogue rated our rest stops as “incredible and filling”. The one complaint was “they wouldn’t have eaten so much on the ride if they realize we were serving up a gourmet feast at the finish.” A grand post ride celebration usually including Salmon and Tri-tip steak, live music, raffles, silent auction and more at the finish at Palmerton Park Arboretum in Rogue River. Meal tickets are available for individual purchase at $10/pp.
All Rides begin and end at Palmerton Park.
Saturday, September 21, 2013
Palmerton Park, Rogue River, Oregon
Registration and Ride Packet Pick Up
Online & Mail-In Registration closes September 1st, 2013
Online & Mail-In “Late” Registration closes September 10th ($5.00 late fee)
Registration for the ride does not include a ticket for the feast. Please be sure to specify your interest for the feast when you register.
**Late Mail-in registration postmarked no later than September 7th, 2013
Onsite Late Registration and early Packet Pick Up on September 20st from 3-6 PM
(cash & checks only) or on Event day from 7 -10 AM. Available at Palmerton Park in Rogue River.
**You cannot pick up someone else’s packet. However, a family member may pick up another family member’s packet with photo ID verifying their last name is the same.
Official Start Times
Century Ride: 7:00 am Palmerton Park
Metric Century: 8:30 am Palmerton Park
40 Mile: 9:00 am Palmerton Park
Quarter Century: 10 am Palmerton Park
Finish Celebration Meal: 12pm to 5pm Palmerton Park
Rest Stops on courses are scheduled to open based on above start times. See “Maps” page for details.
One per rider required. Please fax, mail or bring to registration (click here for downloadable form).
An ANSI or SNELL certified helmet is required to be worn by me at all times while riding a bicycle in the Ride the Rogue event. Riders must obey all applicable traffic laws and ride in a courteous manner. Please use appropriate voice and hand signals and be considerate of slower riders. Event staff may remove unsafe riders from the course if necessary.
At the finish of the ride, there will be a gourmet feast with dining options to suit most dining preferences. There is a vegetarian option available.