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Sue's Ride: Metric Century 62 Mile Great Allegheny Passage Ride (Route Map)

Ride Details - Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019
 
  • Experience the beautiful Great Allegheny Passage trail from Connellsville to Pittsburgh!

  • Riders’ gear will be loaded on to shuttles at The Foundry Table & Tap.  Check-in opens at 6 a.m.  Buses will depart promptly at 6:30 a.m. and will transport riders to Yough River Park in Connellsville.  Breakfast will be provided on the bus thanks to Panera Bread!
 
  • Rest stops will be provided at Cedar Creek Park (Mile 22) and at Boston Ballfield Park (Mile 39).  SAG support will be provided.  Ride recommended for intermediate to advanced level cyclists.
 
  • Back at The Foundry, enjoy your boxed lunch provided by Panera Bread! Post-Ride activities will run from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m.  We recommend that riders plan to maintain a 12-15 mph pace for this ride.

Metric Century Standard Registration Details
 
  • Adults (Age 18 & older): $50- Transportation to Connellsville, breakfast, lunch and parking included!
  • *Vegetarian and vegan options will be available for breakfast, lunch and snacks.
  • All riders receive a moisture-wicking t-shirt, water bottle, tote bag, lunch and two rest stops.
  • $200 fundraising minimum requirement. Your registration fee does not count towards this commitment. For every $50 raised you’ll receive a raffle ticket for the chance to win exciting prizes!  Any rider who raises $321 will receive a 3-2-1 Ride jersey! 100% of rider raised funds go directly to melanoma and pancreatic cancer research, awareness and patient support.
  • Children under 18 will not be permitted on this ride.
  • You must pre-register for this ride.  There will be no event-day registration.  Space is limited and the ride has sold out EVERY YEAR! 

Metric Century VIP Registration Details
  • Upgrade your 3-2-1 Ride experience and make a maximum impact in the fight to end cancer by registering as a VIP rider!
  • $500 fundraising minimum requirement. Your registration fee does not count towards this commitment. For every $50 raised you’ll receive a raffle ticket for the chance to win exciting prizes! 
  • All VIP riders receive (total value more than $275!): 
    • VIP Swag bag with performance tech t-shirt and 24 oz. water bottle
    • Limited Edition 3-2-1 Ride VIP Jersey by VIE13
    • 3-2-1 Ride VIP Bib Number
    • 3-2-1 Ride VIP Finisher Medal
    • One (1) FREE beer at The Foundry Table & Tap after your ride! (Must be 21 or older)
    • Invitation to The Woiner Foundation's 2019 Check Presentation Celebration in December
  • 100% of rider raised funds go directly to melanoma and pancreatic cancer research, awareness and patient support!

Metric Century Ride Schedule*

6 a.m. - Check-in opens at The Foundry (381 North Shore Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15212)
6:30 a.m. - Buses depart from The Foundry
7:30 a.m. - Buses arrive at Yough River Park in Connellsville
8 a.m. - Ride begins
12:30 p.m.- Arrival at The Foundry for a rider averaging a 15 MPH pace, allowing 15 min. each at 2 rest stops
1:30 p.m.- Arrival at The Foundry for a rider averaging a 12 MPH pace, allowing 15 min. each at 2 rest stops
2:30 p.m.- Arrival at The Foundry for a rider averaging a 10 MPH pace, allowing 15 min. each at 2 rest stops

Metric Century Rest Stop Hours*

9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.: Rest Stop #1- Cedar Creek Park
10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Rest Stop #2- Boston Ballfield Park
12 p.m. - 4 p.m.: Post-Ride Party at The Foundry Table & Tap

*All times and details subject to change. Final instructions will be distributed at packet pick-up.

Event will go on rain or shine!  No refunds, please.  If you register and cannot attend, your entry fee will be accepted as a tax-deductible donation.

This ride is named in memory of Sue Snyder, who lost her life in a battle with pancreatic cancer on Sep. 28, 2018. Sue was 59 years old and was a learning support teacher and mother to three daughters and two grandchildren.  Sue was a caring person who  fought for her students when others wouldn't.  She expected them and others she met to always strive to be and do their best in whatever they attempted. Whenever anyone asked how she was doing, Sue always replied the she was, "Kicking and Screaming," something she did until the end.  Sue's family and friends ride in her honor as "Sue's Crew."