The 12th Annual Crater Lake Century Ride will open registration for our event in one week on March 20th 2016 at 6:00 pm PDT. We are looking forward to seeing you and being a part of what we hope will be one of your greatest cycling experiences of your life!
For the past decade we have been proud to have Brian Gailey Photography working with the Crater Lake Century. It is our honor to announce that we are keeping with that tradition – Brian and his team will again be the official photographer for the 2015 Crater Lake Century Bike Ride. Brian roams the course taking action photos of riders at various points along the route. He then uploads the images to a gallery online where riders can view and order.
This year Brian’s photo gallery allows you to pre-register keeping you informed when photos become available. Even with his busy schedule, Brian has stated the ride photos will be ready by Monday, August 17th. Do not miss out on getting a first look at them by pre-registering.
Subscribe to the announcement by entering your email at:http://briangaileyphotography.
Nearly everyone vows to fulfill some sort of resolution with the New Year. What is your resolution?
Hit the gym more in the winter to prep for your first century. Train harder for a high altitude ride. Get your first road bike. Complete a tandem century.
Sound off below in the comments or on our Facebook page.
We want to hear your resolutions.
We are happy to have Brian Gailey Photography as a sponsor again this year. 2014 marks the 8th year they have sponsored the ride.
They go above and beyond with the photography for the ride and this year they made a kick ass video too. Head over to their Facebook and give them a virtual high five by liking the page, would ya? https://www.facebook.com/BrianGaileyPhotography
Would you like to stay up to date on the weather of Crater Lake National Park? The National Parks Service, issues and maintains several weather related publications on their website. Here are a few that we use to keep an eye on the weather conditions.
- Webcams 1
- Webcams 2
- Current Conditions
- National Weather Service
- NPS Weather Report
- NPS Weather Overview
Weather at Crater Lake National Park can and does change rapidly. If you plan a visit any time of the year, it is best to stay current on the weather forecasts and plan for all conditions. As a good friend of the ride, and former CLNP NPS Ranger, Peter Sweeney once said: “Crater Lake has two seasons, winter and August.”
Registration for the 11th Annual Crater Lake Century is closed. We will post messages via Facebook and Twitter if there is a cancellation and a slot opens or visit our registration page (or click HERE) to check for cancellations.
Pricing and limitations:
- Single Rider: $60
- Tandem Team: $100
- 275 riders for the Century (100 miles)
- 25 riders for the Metric Century (62 miles)
Your registration includes:
- Ride registration
- Park admission
- Bib number
- Sag stops with food and water
- Route slip
- Roving SAG and mechanical support
- After ride BBQ
Souvenir options available:
- 10th Anniversary Ride T-Shirt
- Adult, S-XL – $15
- Adult, XXL – $18
- Crater Lake Century Ride Jersey
- Mens/Womens, S-XL – $85
- Mens/Womens, XXL – $95
- Last day to purchase June 19, 2015
Recently the Crater Lake Century was featured by our friends at the Salem Bicycle Club.
“Do you like the physical challenge of a difficult ride coupled with the splendor of Oregon’s natural beauty? If so, you might consider putting the Crater Lake Century on your biking schedule” ~Dave Greenwood
Click the link to download your own copy > SalemBicycleClub-CLC
You all have been waiting and now it is ready. The official Crater Lake Century Jerseys are now available for ordering. Visit, http://craterlakecentury.com/jerseys/ for all the info!
Ride Update for June 4, 2013
Currently we have 34 total spots remaining for the 9th Annual Crater Lake Century.
300 Total Riders
266 Currently Registered
30 Available for Full Century
4 Available for Metric Century
75 Days until we ride
Its been a few weeks since I have made it up to the lake. So, I figured I would check out the webcams and see how things are looking today. A series of winter storms has brought a good base of snow to the park. It is great to see the snow!
“Its beginning to look a lot like Christmas…”
|Annie Springs Entrance Station – 12-06-12|
|Mazama Village from Park Headquarters – 12-06-12|
|Wizard Island, Crater Lake – 12-06-12|
|Parking Lot Cam, Crater Lake – 12-06-12|
|Sinnott Memorial Overlook, Crater Lake – 12-06-12|
You too can follow these webcams any time you like by bookmarking these two links: