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New Date: August 22nd
The Cap2Cap Bike Ride is a supported, non-competitive bike ride. Note this is not a race. The Ride will take place on public roads as well as the Capital Trail. The course is open to traffic and all stop signs and traffic signals must be obeyed by participants. All Virginia Laws as they apply to bicyclists must be followed: riders should use hand signals at turns, may ride up to two-abreast on all roads and must move into single file when a vehicle approaches to enable it to pass.
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Who benefits from this event?
100% of the proceeds from the Cap2Cap Bike Ride will benefit the Virginia Capital Trail Foundation.
What is the Virginia Capital Trail Foundation?
The Virginia Capital Trail Foundation exists to protect, promote, and enhance the Virginia Capital Trail, and to serve as a resource, community builder, and connector to other trails throughout the Commonwealth.
A fully marked bike course, lunch, a drink ticket, official Cap2Cap 2020 t-shirt, drawstring bag, water bottle, snacks and hydration at every rest stop, cue sheets, maps, EMS/Police Support, additional swag bag items provided by Sponsors, Vendor Expo, and a fun-filled Post-Ride Party!
All participants in the Cap2Cap are assigned a rider number. This number is to be worn at all times while out on the course for identification purposes. Attached to this number are two tear-off tickets for lunch and one complimentary beverage. Do not misplace these tickets as you will be unable to redeem these provisions without them.
If you are not able to attend Cap2Cap, we are excited to announce a Virtual Cap2Cap Bike Ride option this year. Between now and August 22nd 2020 you will be able to cycle the mileage you signed up for on the Capital Trail, other trails, roads or on an indoor bike. You can record your results through Strava, RideWithGPS, etc. and email us a screenshot at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get your merch ready! Details will be sent out soon for pick-up locations in Richmond and Williamsburg for your event swag.
How to complete Cap2Cap Virtually once you’ve registered:
1. Pick your favorite cycling app
2. Choose a date between now and August 22nd to ride; either on the Capital Trail, a stationary bike, public road, another trail, etc.
3. Record your ride based on the distance you signed up for on your preferred app
4. Send a screenshot of you results to email@example.com
5. Plan to pick up your swag at one of our packet pickups in Richmond and Williamsburg, details will be sent out at a later date. Please note if you are from out of town we will mail your merchandise if needed.
Rest Stops are located at strategic points along all routes on ride day at intervals of 10-15 miles, depending on the route and distance. Each location will have restrooms or portable sanitation, basic first aid supplies as well as an assortment of food and hydration options. The Century Riders get a half-burrito provided by Palani Drive at one of the Rest Stops along the route.
Once the routes have been finalized and approved they will be available for download on the VCTF Website. Hardcopies will be available at packet pickup and on ride morning. Please note that routes are subject to change due to any weather or safety concerns.
All turns and potentially congested areas on all routes will be marked with posted directional or message signage and color-coded arrows on the pavement. Pavement arrows will mark routes according to the following protocol:
NOTE: In some instances, riders will travel distances in excess of 5 miles at a time without a direction change. While we will do our very best to ensure that confirmation arrows are on the pavement at regular intervals, it cannot be guaranteed that they will not be removed or otherwise damaged due to traffic and weather conditions. Please consult all maps and cue sheets and be familiar with all distances between turns and other direction changes to avoid confusion.
You have several Packet Pickup Options!
On Friday from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM you will have the options of:
Or you can pick it on Ride Day starting at 6:30 AM!
During registration, you will have the option to select where you would like to pickup your race packet. If you choose to pick it up on Friday and no longer can, it will be brought to the corresponding location. Hardywood Packets will be brought to Dorey Park on Ride Day. Corner Pocket Packets will be brought to Chickahominy Riverfront Park on Ride Day.
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