Registration for the 2018 AOTC is closed. We've hit our 1,000 rider limit
Registration for the 2019 AOTC will open in October, 2018.
Day Before Check-In : Check in is available on April 6th from 6:00-9:00pm.
Day of Ride Check-In : 7:00 - 8:50 am
Ride Starting Time: 9:00 am
Fees include: ride packet, route sheet, t-shirt (guaranteed to all early registrants), rest stops with food and drinks, sag wagon and lunch at the end of the ride until 3:00 p.m.
Early bird registration online $70 until Dec 31st, 2017. $85 threafter until we sell out.
Transfer Policy. There is a $25 Transfer Fee. For registered riders who cannot attend the 2018 AOTC and wish to transfer their registration to another rider you may transfer using you Active Account until March 1st.
Before April 1st email email@example.com with your name and the name, address, phone number and email of the rider taking your place. That rider will come to the "Transfer" table at registration Friday, April 6th, pay a $25 fee, and then register to ride in your slot. NO TRANSFERS WILL TAKE PLACE WITHOUT CONFIRMATION FROM THE REGISTERED RIDER. NO TRANSFERS AFTER APRIL 3rd.
Anyone under 14 must have an assigned registered adult riding with them.
What type of bike should I ride? The AOTC is designed for road bikes—lightweight bikes with thin tires (> 100psi) and multiple gears built for speed on paved roads. For safety of all riders and logistical considerations, please, no recumbent bikes, elliptical bikes, mountain bikes, unicycles, tri-bikes / aerobars, or motorized bikes.
How do I know if I’m in shape for the AOTC? For the 100 K route you should be reasonably confident that you can average at least 10 miles per hour for 6 1/2 hours over 65 miles of hilly terrain (grades up to 15%, over 3,700ft of ascent). This pace will enable you to finish by 3:30PM. If you can’t meet these criteria please consider doing the 40 or 60k route this year and prepare for the 100K next year.
HELMETS REQUIRED FOR ALL RIDERS
Weather conditions are unpredictable this time of year, so be prepared for heat, cold, and rain.