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News

Registration & route update

4/13/2014 | Samantha

 Online registration will end at noon on Wednesday, May 14.  After noon on May 14; registration will only be available on ride day, Saturday, May 17. Prices increase to "day of registration", increasing the current registration price by $10.  (Day of registration: 25 mile= $35, 50 mile= $60, 75 mile= $70, Century = $80) Tee included for first 500 registrants. 


In other news...the 2014 routes and Ride with GPS maps are ready for viewing. Just a few notes- the old maps on the website are being updated, and are no longer accurate. Also, Google maps is NOT accurate for the Panhandle. The route maps will not match Google...don't sweat it! 
*All courses are well-marked with both arrows and signage!

2014 Berkeley Route (1st loop of Century) : http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3961921
2014 Jefferson 50 Route (2nd loop of Century) http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3965336

50 mile riders can choose either Jefferson or Berkeley. 
25 mile route for 2014 is unchanged from 2013- we got great feedback last year. Thank you! 

The Ride

Join us for the annual CASA River Century, May 18, 2013 in historic Shepherdstown, WV

25, 50, and 100 mile routes

Fully supported ride includes breakfast, lunch, aid stations, sag support and swag bag for all riders!

Join us for a self- paced cycling event for all levels in the beautiful Eastern Pahandle! The CASA River Century wil be held May 18, 2013. The River Century offers routes for all ability levels- from families with children to recreational cyclists or serious cyclists who are looking for a training event early in the season. We invite you to join us, and to help a great cause- CASA kids!


About CASA

What is CASA? CASA stands for the Court Appointed Special Advocate Program, which works with abused and neglected children after the child is removed from their home.Trained CASA volunteers work directly with the judge appointed to the child’s case; as well as the child, their family, neighbors and school to recommend and find a safe and permanent home for the child. See casaep.org; or CASAForChildren.orgfor more information.