Horton 100 cycling weekend offers 25- or 50-mile daily routes


Horton 100 cycling weekend offers 25- or 50-mile daily routes

The Horton 100, a two-day cycling event supporting Henry Horton State Park and the Tennessee Park Ranger Association Scholarship Fund, is April 27 and April 28, headquartered at the State Park near Chapel Hill.

This 2-day supported tour includes 25- or 50-mile daily options. Riders will receive 3 meals: breakfast on Saturday and Sunday along with dinner on Saturday night. Saturday afternoon will include ranger-led hikes, fitness classes, and more.

Register online at https://www.imathlete.com/events/2019horton100

horton 100Routes

Every day riders can choose from approximately 25-mile or 50-mile routes, all east of I-65 between Bethesda/College Grove in Williamson County and the Henry Horton State Park at Chapel Hill. Both distances are fully supported by Tennessee State Park Rangers and aid stations located about every 15 miles.

2019 Routes: http://bit.ly/2IxMTnw

Overnight Accommodations

Riders will have the option to camp, reserve a room at the Henry Horton Inn, or reserve a RV campsite in the campgrounds. Camping is FREE and does not require a reservation. Please be aware this is camping in an open field with access to the pool bathhouse and another restroom. The Inn, cabin and RV campsites are not included in the registration fee and must be reserved.

Meals

Riders who sign up for the 2-day ride will receive 3 meals: breakfast on Saturday and Sunday along with dinner on Saturday night. Single day riders receive breakfast, but not dinner. All meals will be catered by the Governor’s Table Restaurant at Henry Horton State Park. Saturday night dinner features a cash bar and live music.

horton 100SCHEDULE (Subject to change)
Friday, April 26th
3 p.m. Packet pickup opens
6 p.m. Rider Meeting (Optional)
 
Saturday, April 27th
6 a.m. Packet pickup and breakfast
7 a.m. Route Opens
8 a.m. Riders Must Be On Route
2 p.m. Wetland Ecology Tour
3 p.m. Yoga with MuleTown Rec
4 p.m. Nature Hike
5 p.m. Dinner begins
6:30 p.m. Birds of Prey Program
Sunday, April 28th
6 a.m. Packet pickup and breakfast
7 a.m. Route Opens
8 a.m. Riders Must Be On Route
5 p.m. Riders must have camp packed up

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