…we are not just a bicycle ride anymore… !
Our mission is to continue to raise awareness of bicycling rights and laws, promote bicycle safety, health and well being thru bicycling.
Our ride was originally organized by a group of family and friends created to honor Tony Serrano’s memory after he was tragically hit from behind and unfortunately killed in 2004 while training on his bike for an Ironman competition.
Due to the increasing number of participants, sponsors and volunteers that we are honored with each year our organization has been able to donate more than $80,000.00 since the original Tony Serrano Century Ride. Our purpose was and still is to support bicycle safety programs, events and advocacy efforts that pertain to bicycling throughout Georgia. Please bookmark us as a favorite and visit us often as our site is continually updated and improved.
Registration is now open for the 2017 Tony Serrano Century. Come join us on routes of 10, 39, 62 or 100 miles over the rolling, scenic, low traffic roads of Walton, Morgan and Oconee counties. Enjoy the Rest Stop Queen's fantastic, over the top treats and foods that keep you rolling. The routes are well marked and you can link to online maps and GPS file downloads from our homepage. There will be SAG support on the route. Your registration fee includes your choice of our event tee shirt or a high quality logo water bottle and a Jersey Bin.
Early registration is still only $35 through March 21. The fee is $50 March 21 through 31. After March 31, $75. There are no added on fees when you register online. The ride will be limited to 700 riders. If the ride sells out online, there will be no onsite registration on the day of the ride.
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