It’s Not Too Late to Ride

On-site registration is available for Peninsula Century Fall Challenge

“You may delay, but time will not.” — Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin may have a point, but you still have two more chances to join the Peninsula Century Fall Challenge on Sept. 18. Register in person Friday, Sept. 17, 4-7 pm; or on race day, Sept. 18, 6-9 am.

Choose from routes of 25, 50, 62 or 100 miles that wind through the county’s beautiful back roads, along the shoreline and above the bluffs. And do it all with the support of dozens of volunteers and staff to guide you to the finish of your challenge. The longest route features six rest stops stocked with food, fuel and drinks. 

The ride will start and end at Sister Bay’s Waterfront Park, where great food and beer from One Barrel Brewing Co. will await the finishers. 

The Peninsula Century Fall Challenge is organized by the Peninsula Pacers, the same organization behind the Door County Half Marathon, Peninsula Century Spring Classic and several other great Door County athletic events.


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