Saturday, September 12, 2020

 

Registration is not open yet for 2020. Check back soon!

Registration cost and times TBD
Ages 0-5 FREE.
Family Ride $ /family ( am start)

Ages 6-12 $
Ages 13+ $
Family Ride ( am start)
Sabin 22 Mile (am start)

Ages 13+
$ Comstock 45 Mile ( am start)
Barnesville Metric Century ( am start)

PLEASE BE REGISTERED AND CHECKED-IN AT LEAST 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO YOUR START TIME!

This is the 8th annual cycling celebration for all ages and all abilities 

All ride routes start and end at Gooseberry Mound Park in Moorhead

ROUTE MAPS ON MAP MY RIDE: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/ (FM Rotary)

Route support ends at 1pm. Post-Ride Party 11:30-1:30pm with grilled picnic lunch and drawings at 12:30 for prizes!

CHECK-IN FOR THE FAMILY MIRACLE RIDE (11 miles): opens at 8:30 am.

CHECK-IN FOR ALL OTHER RIDES (22, 44, 62 mile rides): opens at 7:15 am and closes 15 minutes before your ride.

Safety Rules:

Each Participant agrees that they are participating at his own risk and accepts the risks inherent in the sport. These risks include, but are not limited to sickness, injuries from falls, accidents and risks related to road traffic and weather conditions.
It is each rider’s responsibility to ensure that they are physically capable and healthy enough to participate in the event.
CPSC Certified Bike Helmets must be worn at all times while on the course.

WHY WE DO IT: The Flatlander FM Rotary Ride is a vibrant community event and fundraiser that promotes cycling and cycling safety in our community.

FAQs

Is there an age requirement to participate?

This is an all ages event. We just ask that children ages 12 and under ride with an adult. Youth ages 13-17 are required to have a guardian-signed waver if they are not riding with a guardian.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

 

What can/can’t I bring to the event?

Although there are plenty of food and beverages before, during and after your ride, feel free to bring any of your favorite snacks. Bring water bottles and many riders bring a small backpack. The morning is often chilly, but then warms up considerably after you’ve been pedaling, and it’s nice to have a place for your jacket or gloves. Wear a GoPro or take pictures and share them on our event pages using #fmrotaryride.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

fmrotaryride@gmail.com 

What is Rotary?

Rotary is a worldwide service organization with more than 1 million members in 32,000 clubs committed to local communities. There are five Rotary Clubs in the Fargo-Moorhead area that meet weekly for breakfast, lunch or happy hour. Rotary welcomes members from all professions, men and women, to join. Local projects supported by Rotary clubs include the Red River Valley Zoo, the YWCA, CHARISM, the Universal Playground at Lindenwood Park, the Miracle Field in Moorhead and many, many more!