Fredericksburg Cyclists

Other Rides & Events

You can view the calendar either in the list view (standard) or calendar view format by clicking on the selector in the upper right corner of this page.  We try to have registration links for each ride within the ride description. Contact the webmaster if you see needed changes or rides in our region that we should add. 

Upcoming events

    • 30 Sep 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
    • Curtis Park, 58 Jesse Curtis Ln, Hartwood, VA 22406

    This year's Cannonball Century is on Sunday, September 30th, once again from Curtis Park in Hartwood, Va hosted by Fredericksburg Cyclists. Including the Century ride (102 miles), there is a metric century (67 miles) and a half-metric (30 mile) option. For route details and other questions, consult the Cannonball Century FAQs

    • 06 Oct 2018
    • Delaware City, DE

    6th Annual River Towns Ride

    Saturday, Oct. 6, 2018

    Start time: 11am

    NEW FOR 2018: Visit Three Historic River Towns! This year you have the option to ride the new Markell Trail (open to bikes & pedestrians only), which connects the Wilmington Riverfront to Historic New Castle and Historic Delaware City. 

    COURSE DESCRIPTION: Multiple route options on a course that is predominately flat between Historic Delaware City, Historic New Castle and the Wilmington Riverfront. While riders traverse between the two towns, festivals will be held in both locations featuring craft beer, live music, food trucks, kids rides & attractions, exhibits and more.

    Two Official Starting Points:

    Downtown Historic New Castle (201 Delaware St., New Castle, DE 19720)

    Downtown Historic Delaware City (30 Clinton Street, Delaware City, DE 19706)

    Bronze Medal:  Complete 20-mile circuit between Delaware City and New Castle.

    Silver Medal:  Option One: Complete two circuits (40 miles) between Delaware City and New Castle. Option Two: Visit all three Riverfront towns (34 miles). Start at either of the three towns.

    Gold Medal: Visit all three Riverfront towns twice (68 miles). Start at either of the three towns.

    • 13 Oct 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
    • Midnight Brewery, 2410 Granite Ridge Rd, Rockville, VA 23146

    Tour de Midnight

    Want to spend your Saturday morning taking in gorgeous fall scenery while biking to Lake Anna or Montpelier? If so please mark Saturday, October 13, 2018 on your calendar for the third annual Tour de Midnight benefiting the Epilepsy Foundation of VA. The fun does not stop when the race is over!  When you return to the Midnight Brewery, you will be met with food trucks, craft beer and live music.  A super fun bounce house will also be waiting for the kids! 

    The 100 Km ride to Lake Anna starts at 9 a.m., 

    the 50 Km ride to Montpelier at 9:15 a.m. 

    and the 30Km ride at 10 a.m. 

    Don't miss this spectacular event and the opportunity to raise money for those in need of seizure dogs. 

    For more information go to 

    or register now at

    • 14 Oct 2018
    • 9:00 AM
    • City Hall, Remington Va

    This is a non-club ride. Officially it is a Trek Women's Cycling Advocacy Program ride led by Trek Women's Cycling Advocate Tanya Conover.  This event targets new/beginning, intermediate, and advanced women riders with no-drop leaders for each route, but is open to all club members to ride at your own pace.  The start point is City Hall in Remington.  The building will be open for rest room access and Trek will provide some pre-ride breakfast snacks.  Parking is along the streets, in the community parking lot, and in the Town Hall lot.  Please sign a Trek ride waiver so Tanya will get credit for all cyclists in attendance.  

    We have a range of available routes to include marked 12, 18 and 28 mile routes which follow Remington's history trail throughout the area.   A reference map will be available so you can see some of the historical landmarks while riding in this area.

    For those want to go farther, we will have 48 and (65??) mile routes (TBA).  These routes, however, will not be marked.  Cue sheets will be available.  

    All women riders are especially welcome to participate in this event, but all FCC members are also invited.  For those of you who have not ridden these roads - especially in the areas west of Route 29, you are in for a treat.  

    Another fun treat will be a chance to try out Trek E-bikes.  It's a blast to see what E-bikes can do.  

    After the ride, everyone is invited to meet  up for apr├Ęs-cycling social connections at nearby Rogers Ford Farm Winery 14674 Rogers Ford Rd, Sumerduck, VA.  Bring a picnic lunch and enjoy their delicious Virginia wines in a cozy family owned / farmhouse winery; serving great wines at good prices.  The social time expense is not covered by Trek.  

    Ride leader:  Tanya Conover

    • 21 Oct 2018
    • 8:00 AM
    • Old MIll Park, Fredericksburg

    We are putting this event on the schedule because so many club riders will be doing the event, plus the club itself had a major role in selecting and designing the routes and other functions.  

    More details TBA

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