Sunday: CENTURY RIDE
There are up to two days of riding; each one different. You can choose to ride a segment of Day 1,a segment of Day 2, segments of each Day 1 and 2, or perhaps the entire ride on both Days. The route has been designed to be challenging but achievable, and the more time you have to train the more likely you will be able to add miles to your goal. No matter what you choose, we have placed rest stops along the route that are stocked with everything to keep you going (food, water, energy bars, and other basic necessities), restrooms, all staffed by our incredible rest stop volunteers.
The entire route is supported by our Support and Gear Vehicle Volunteers ("SAGs"), bike mechanics, medical assistants, and our PRK route angels who provide additional awareness for you and others sharing the route and guiding you along the way. You will also find signs placed throughout the route to guide you along to your next destination whether that’s to the next rest stop or your chosen finish point.
The CENTURY RIDE is a combination of Sunday: South with the following East stops added:
Again for 2013: The CENTURY RIDE-- the Century Ride for 2013 continues up to the North Shore.
Mile 55: Scapegoatz Dairy Farm
Take a break and relax on the farm with a cool drink or learn to milk a goat! Then get back on the saddle and continue through downtown Lihue towards the East Side where you will follow Kauai’s Coastal Bike Path along the Coconut Coast.
Mile 67: Kapaa Neighborhood Center
There will be drinks and snacks along with restrooms. Take a few minutes to breath in that salty sea air before continuing seaside up the path on your way up to the north shore. There are also several other areas along the path with public restroom facilities.
20 Miles: Moloa`a Sunrise Fruit Stand – Rest Stop
You’ve made it to the turning point. Rest up because you are about to pull onto Ko’olau Road where you will twist up and down the beautiful hills before working your way back to headquarters.
Mile 87: Kapaa Neighborhood Center
Nothing different going on here than when you first passed through, but there are plenty of refreshments that will give you that extra boost on this final stretch!
Mile 102: Island School Headquarters
You have completed a CENTURY RIDE and have gained all the bragging rights that go along with it! You’ve just helped us make Paradise Ride Kauai 2013 another success! You are probably exhausted and ready for a shower and massage at our home base, Island School where you will enjoy a send-off feast fit for a cyclist!
Detailed Turn-By-Turn Route Description