Route Options


Please use the links below to visit our Club Ride with GPS page.

(All mileages are approximate but pretty darn close.)

Routes are subject to change due to unexpected road construction.

♣ Slow Roll (Red) :

This lovely 14 mile route is along pretty roads with one small hill. Be sure you don’t miss the elephant!

♣ Slow Roll Plus (Orange) :

This is a scenic and friendly 25 mile route. It will take you through farmlands and out to Neely Henry Lake. Tie in with friends on the 14-mile route. Yes, and pass an elephant!  One full rest stop

Routes 45-127 includes our Famous Bacon & Tomato Sandwich Stop in Steele!

♣ Anniversary 45 mile Route (Yellow) :

Honoring the 45 years this century has been held this is a pretty and manageable distance to tackle on a bicycle. Only 1500 ft of climbing and takes you to Riddles Bend and over to Steele back to Ashville. Follows the same route as the metric until Ashville. – Three full rest stops.

♣ Metric Century (Green) :

You can claim you’ve ridden a 100! Our pretty metric (64 miles) has a northern loop that takes you to Riddles Bend and then over to Steele and the southern loop takes you to St. Clair Springs, through the Shoal Creek Valley and back to Ashville. The pretty hills will have you climb about 2,300 ft. – Four full rest stops

♣ Full Century (White) :

Our full century (102 miles) is similar to the metric but splits off to follow a scenic ride through Riddles Bend along the Coosa River up to Rainbow City. After the Steele rest stop it breaks off to ride the base of Chandler Mountain and head out to Camp Sumatanga.  Elevation for this route is just under 4,300 ft. – Six full rest stops.

♣ Mountain Goat Challenge – Double Metric  Century (Pink) :

NOTE: There is a double cut-off for this option.

The Mountain Goat Challenge is our double metric (127 miles) century.  It follows the same route as our century with a twist at mile 70. You’ll enjoy a scenic ride through Riddles Bend along the Coosa River up to Rainbow City, in to Steele, around the base of Chandler Mountain, out to Camp Sumatanga, back to Steele, and in to Ashville. This is where your challenge begins. Make it to Ashville by 1:00 and you’ll make the first cut-off. From here you’ll proceed to Pinedale Road and pick up the pink markings that will direct you to scenic Crawfords Cove.  At mile 80, the base of Walkers Gap, you’ll begin a climb with multiple switchbacks and some steep gradients. The reward… a spectacular view from Straight Mountain. Stop for a moment, take in the view, enjoy the rest stop, snap some photos, and then enjoy a fast descent back to Ashville. Make it to Ashville by 3:00 and you’ll make the second cut-off and you can pick up the white century markings from Ashville and finish the last 27 miles knowing you’re a Mountain Goat! Those that arrive past 3:00 will be directed back to the school via the 45 mile route and have you back to the school to complete the BBC 100.