FEES: On Line Active.com: Jan 1 –
midnight May 24 $22.00 May 25 – midnight May 31 $27.00
Mail (till May 31) $27.00
Day of Event $30.00 Children 6-12 $10 Children 5 & under Free
Pre-Registration closes midnight May
We ride rain or
shine - - Sorry NO refunds.
We are unable to accept CREDIT CARDS except on-line. Credit card processing costs are prohibitive for a single event like
join us for an udderly
good time at the 31st annual Udder
steer…) along flat to rolling rural routes of
32, 50, 62,
75, or 100 miles through the dairy land of northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin.
Be sure to
take breaks along the way at our strategically placed rest stops to
refuel, refresh, and chow down on bagels, fruit, cookies and energy
drinks. After the
bike tales with
fellow cyclists while enjoying a gourmet pasta dinner in our cow-lossal banquet hall.
safety of Udder Century participants is of primary importance. Routes
are on public roads & must be shared with motor vehicles.We require allriders to wear helmets, ride no more than two abreast, and obey all
We believe bicyclists deserve to share the
road, showing courtesy to motorists and other riders.
aged fifteen and under must be accompanied and supervised by an adult
throughout the ride.
equipped Sag vehicles will be patrolling all routes.While Sags will stop to help those in need, priority is given to
those with justifiable emergencies – riders with irreparable
breakdowns, illness, or injury.A
flat tire is not considered an emergency.All riders should carry a spare tube, pump, and water.
riders wearing wristbands will be permitted entry into rest stopsand thebanquet hall.All riders
must be off the road by ,
so please, don’t stop to feed the cows!
The Udder Century go to: League of American Bicyclists League
of Illinois Bicyclists Illinois Trails Conservancy Rails to
Trails Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin Active Transportation