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Honorary Co-Chairs, Coach Brian Billick and Kim Billick and Student Co-Chairs, Kasey and Meredith invite you to ride with us! Mark the your calendar for fourth annual Two Rivers Bike Ride on June 27th.

Registration is OPEN!

Check out PHOTOS from the 2014 Ride.

A compilation of Things to Bring, Safety, and 5 Steps to Confident Riding have been added. There are many good pointers you will get from this info whether a novice or a pro rider!

REMINDER - Helmets ARE REQUIRED and Pace Lines are NOT permitted.

Registration opens at 6:30 a.m. - "Show and go!"

Suggested start times are:
100 mi. 6:30 to 8:00 a.m.
65 mi. 6:30 to 8:30 a.m.
30 mi. 6:30 to 9:00 a.m.
15 mi. 6:30 to 10:00 a.m.

SAG support ends at 5 p.m.

For other questions, check our FAQ.

Cycle the second annual Two Rivers Bike Ride from historic Centreville, MD. The 15, 30, 65, and 100 mile routes are scenic rides on wide-shouldered and back roads along the many rolling hills of Queen Anne’s County that include sweeping views of the Corsica and Chester rivers. Cue sheets will be supplied to keep you on track as you navigate the beautiful Queen Anne's countryside.

The century route takes you from Queen Anne's County into Kent County to Chestertown, Betterton, and Millington while the 65- miler lets you dip into a bit of southern Kent County. Both the 65- and 100-mile routes go to Tuckahoe State Park.

All routes will have sag support and rest stops stocked with food and drink located throughout the course.

Your participation supports...

Wye River Upper School - Your ride will help a local high school student with a learning difference like dyslexia, ADHD, or Asperger's succeed in school. Proceeds of the ride go to the WRUS financial aid fund to support a student who needs personalized and rigorous instruction from trained and caring teachers.


Corsica River Conservancy works to restore and preserve the Corsica River and its watershed. Its goal is to reduce pollution, sedimentation, contamination and loss of habitat to a level, which would remove the Corsica from the list of impaired waterways.





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