Ride for Ray


Champaign, Illinois

@2018 Ride for Ray by Channell Designs

The 2020 routes will be posted at a later date. 

Don't worry, we will make sure you know the routes well in advance and you will be able to download them to your Garmin. The routes will most likely be similar to last year with a few changes. Please follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay up to date on what's going on. 

Coming soon!

Check out the all new 200k! This will be the best midwest ride you've ever done! The 100K is a fast and exciting ride that will take you through Sadorus, Allerton Park, and Monticello. The 3o mile route is perfect for fun group rides and conversation pace riding. Be sure to stop at Sadorus Park for some snacks! The 15 mile route is new this year. This is perfect for those who are just getting started with riding longer distance and who have never done a group ride. Our sponsor, VeoRide, is providing pedal bikes and e-bikes for those who want to ride but don't have a bike. This is for the 15 mile ride only and you must bring a helmet. 

There will also be a kid friendly free family fun ride. This ride will be about 2 miles long on a bike path.The ride will take your family right to our sponsor, Industrial Donut!! Thats right, free donut and free ride!! We will also have a short bike safety course for the kids, and we can provide helmets to kids who might need a new one. (limited supply)  

ROUTE info

The 2019 routes will be primarily flat with a few small hills and low traffic. The routes will be marked with signs and road paint. You are responsible to know the course and will be provided with a link to download cue sheets and GPS files prior to race day. We will have Neutral Cycle mechanics at the checkin if you need any adjustments. This is a SAG supported ride, but please be sure you pick the appropriate distance based on your fitness and skill level. Also, please make sure to bring at minimum the following: cue sheet, cell phone, water bottles, extra tubes, C02 / pump, and don't forget your LID! 

Aid Stations

Aid stations will include cold water, Gatorade, Gu, cookies, chips, bars, pickles and fruit. If you have specific nutritional requirements, please plan on bringing your own items. There will be a rolling SAG truck with water, cold towels and snacks. Flag him down if you need anything.