The below tabs contain all of the information about each ride distance, including the Route Map, the Cue Sheet, and the Interactive Map.

CT Challenge 10-Mile Course

The 10-mile ride is for you if:

  • …you are new to riding a bike or getting back on after many years
  • …you are just beginning to get back in good physical condition after a long layoff or illness
  • …you have only a short amount of time available to ride

Estimated time on the 10-mile course: 1.0 – 1.5 hours

VIEW THE 10 MILE RIDE INTERACTIVE MAP VIEW THE 10 MILE RIDE PDF MAP & CUE SHEET

CT Challenge 25-Mile Course

The 25-mile ride is for you if:

  • …you do not consider yourself a “cyclist,” but want to participate
  • …your physical conditioning is low and you will not have the opportunity to train extensively for your ride
  • …you want to finish early and enjoy the full day’s festivities at the finish

Estimated time on the 25 mile course: 1.5 – 2.5 hours

VIEW THE 25 MILE RIDE INTERACTIVE MAP VIEW THE 25 MILE RIDE PDF MAP & CUE SHEET

CT Challenge 50-Mile Course

The 50-mile ride is for you if:

  • …you have experience in road cycling as a physical exercise
  • …you will have cycled 50 miles during your training or you can comfortably ride 25 miles in under 2.5 hours (10 mph avg. speed)
  • …you are and have been actively engaged in regular physical exercise and are currently in good physical condition
VIEW THE 50 MILE RIDE PDF MAP & CUE SHEET VIEW THE 50 MILE RIDE INTERACTIVE MAP

CT Challenge 100-Mile Course

No ride can beat this 100-miler for its combination of challenge and beauty. It is New England’s most fully-supported century, and it will be memorable.
The 100-mile route takes cyclists through communities in Fairfield, Litchfield and New Haven counties where there will be rest stops waiting for you with bike mechanics and plenty of awesome food and biker snacks. Century riders will encounter multiple ascents and descents throughout their ride.

The 100-mile ride is for you if:

  • …you are currently in excellent physical condition
  • …you have the opportunity to train extensively for your ride
  • …you have cycled 100 miles during your training or you can cycle 50 miles in under 4 hours

Estimated time on the 100-mile course: 6 to 9 hours

Bike course SAG support ends at 4:30pm. Riders still on the course at 4pm may choose to be picked up by support vehicles

VIEW THE 100 MILE RIDE INTERACTIVE MAP VIEW THE 100 MILE RIDE PDF MAP & CUE SHEET