2023 Course Options
With courses ranging from 10-100 miles, there is something for everyone!
Choose from 6 awesome road courses or 2 fun gravel rides, as well as the Spin Zone, the Kids Challenge and our Inspired virtual option.
Compare all course details, including distances, difficulty levels, course descriptions and more!
Sunday, September 24 - ROAD COURSES
A ride you know and love, the PTC Circuit is great for beginners and riders who prefer a flat course.
PTC Road Classic
A ride you know and love, the PTC Road Classic offers a mostly flat ride and is great for novice riders. If you’re trying to decide between the Pedal Pacer and the PTC Circuit, this course is just right.
A big hit in 2021, the newer Pedal Pacer is a gentle 30-mile road ride. This flat course is great for novice riders or those who want to go a longer distance with less elevation.
The Big Hitter winds through Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park and offers a course with rolling hills. Great for intermediate riders who want a ride with moderate distance and elevation. This course has a little of everything – hills, scenery and plenty of rest stops. Training is recommended for this course.
Get ready for great views and a great challenge with the Metric Century. Tackle 2,400+ feet of elevation while enjoying the scenic Rockwoods Reservation and Englemann Woods Natural Area.
Ready to go the extra (extra) mile? The Beast is a challenge century ride and should be on all serious riders’ bucket lists. Expect several steep climbs including the Babler Beast, Little Tavern Road, Hunters Ford Road, and Greensfelder Road. You’ll enjoy beautiful scenery all the way to Eureka and back, but you must be prepared for an extremely challenging course.
Sunday, September 24 - GRAVEL COURSES
Ted Jones Katy Classic
A scenic gravel ride takes you up and back a beautiful stretch of the Katy Trail. Perfect for beginner gravel riders as well as intermediate enthusiasts.
Looking for a fun challenge? Don’t miss the Gravel Grinder! This ride takes you through the beautiful Weldon Springs Conservation Area and is great for intermediate riders. Please note: gravel tires are recommended for this ride.