Start and end your ride in the heart of Bartlett, on historic Main Street. You will ride two, three or four laps (you choose) around the 4.8 miles race loop where you’ll pass peaceful residential neighborhoods and great parks on safe car free roads. Ride as fast as you can, or choose a calmer pace. A rest and water stop is available at Leiseburg Park on the north side of the route.
Start in waves with people of similar biking speeds. Each wave will also have a slow released start.
Speed Demon Wave powered by SRAM: 6:30 AM (drafting permitted in this wave only)
Middle of the Road Wave: 7:45 AM
Sunday Funday Wave: 9:30 AM ** All Sunday Funday participants have to finish course by 11:45 AM in order to reintroduce traffic to main streets.**
Packet Pick Up
PPU will open at 5:00 AM on the day of the event. Due to the three waves, there will be plenty of time for people to pick up their number and timing device at the start line. Remember it's a slow released start and riders will go in several groups to ensure safety.
Timing and Route
Your timing chip will record your individual start and finish times, as well as your lap pace.
Ride confidently no matter your skill level. Our slow release start line will allow riders of all experience levels to take off comfortably without getting caught in a pack, and once you start you’ll enjoy a roadway clear of all car traffic.
A post-ride festival awaits you near the Village Hall in Downtown Bartlett from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. Relax, eat and get to know your fellow riders! Enjoy live music from the local Bartlett cover band, Bossydog, and a complimentary beer in our beer garden, courtesy of Revolution Brewing!
Overall top male and female
Top 3 male/3 female winners in each age category: 16- 24, 25 -34, 35- 44, 45-54, 55- 64, 65+
Top 3 winners in Speed Demon wave for recumbent and velomobiles.
Top 5 teams in the Open Division and the Women-Only Division
*Riders must participate in the 19 mile course to be eligible for awards.
Proceeds benefit the nonprofit Active Transportation Alliance. Learn more about our work to make bicycling safer and more convenient throughout the Chicagoland Region.