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Narragansett Bay Wheelmen
46th Annual

THE FLATTEST CENTURY IN THE EAST

Sunday, September 10, 2017


2,000 Riders * LAB sanctioned * T-shirt and Magnet
30, 54, 69, 101 miles

The Narragansett Bay Wheelmen's annual one-day tour through the scenic coastal shoreline, forests and marshlands of southeastern Rhode Island and Massachusetts. TFCE has become the largest century in New England. It is a social and recreational tour to be enjoyed by all bicyclists.

SAFETY

This is a recreational ride, not a race. Obey all traffic laws, lights and signs. The police have been advised to cite any rider not following the vehicular laws. Wear a helmet and carry plenty of water and a spare tube. REMEMBER - Think safety first.

WHEN

Sunday, September 10, 2017 ... RAIN OR SHINE!. Check-in begins at 7:00 AM and closes promptly at 8:00 AM. The course opens at 7:00 AM and riders must return by 5:30 PM.

WHERE

Ride starts and finishes in Dartmouth, MA. Directions to the start will be sent with your confirmation e-mail.

REGISTRATION

TFCE is limited to 2,000 riders (last year it was filled by early May). The fee for registration is $31.50 per person for NBW members and $44 for non-members.

All registrations will be processed on-line; a small servicing charge will be added for on-line registration. At checkout, NBW Members get an automatic discount netting it down to $31.50.

Please Read the FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Before You Begin to Register Online.

Registration covers map and cue sheet, marked route, TFCE magnet, T-shirt, refreshments at three checkpoints, and SAG wagons. Restroom facilities will be available at the start and the checkpoints.

No refunds will be given.

T-SHIRTS

Every rider who registers will receive a T-shirt designed especially for this ride; available on the day of the ride only. XXL size is available for an additional $3.

SAG WAGONS

SAG wagons are for first aid and irreparable breakdown. Attention is given last to riders who simply wish to be transported back to UMass. Both bike and rider should be in top shape.

SPORTS MASSAGE

Massage therapists will be available for a nominal fee from noon to 5:00 PM.

FOOD

Food will be available for purchase after the ride.

Registration now open

Note: NBW Members get an automatic discount at checkout, netting the fee down to $31.50