Peninsula Century Fall Challenge
September 16, 2017
Based out of Sister Bay’s beautiful Waterfront Park, the Peninsula Century will take cyclists on a tour of the most beautiful scenery in Wisconsin. Whether attempting the 100-mile, 62-mile, 50-mile or 25-mile routes, the Peninsula Century will be an incredible experience for riders of all abilities.
Planned by avid cyclists who know Door County better than anyone else, the race is capped at 1,200 rider to ensure the best experience possible. The Peninsula Century will begin with a festive rollout start and finish with a post-ride party beneath a tent at Waterfront Park.
With an array of lodging accommodations just a short walk from the festivities, participants can ride to the start line near the Sister Bay Fire Station on Mill Road, and walk to area shops, restaurants, and taverns after the ride.
The Peninsula Century Fall Challenge course is not your average recreational ride course. The 100-mile route includes many challenging hills that push even strong cyclists.
Last year, those hills inspired us to add a competitive aspect to the ride for those who want to see how deep they can dig on those climbs.
We chose three climbs to create the King/ Queen of the Hill Challenge that all 100-mile participants are welcome to participate in at no additional charge. All you have to do is set yourself up on Strava before the ride and use the app or a GPS-enabled bike computer of your choice to record your ride during the event.