We’re providing tour riders with three course options. For those who are looking for a challenge, we recommend the classic Century 100 mile course.  We’re offering a shorter 100 km course for those who want something a little less demanding.   There’s even a shorter  37 km course for those who aren’t into getting their quads all knotted up on epic climbs.

Our goal is to have 150 riders for this year’s event. If there are not enough online registrations, we will have day of registration available as well. Please remember we only accept cash or cheque on day of registration.

The Classic Century

Course Departure: 9:00am

When in doubt, climb! This was Clive’s motto whenever he was leading a group ride for the Macho Nachos or the Kamikaze group. This course will take you on a detour past Maynooth, Ontario, to the tip of Algonquin Park and bend around Elephant Lake before taking you back to Bancroft. Expect to be pedalling for more than 6 hours. Hills, lakes and tremendous vistas

 
Early bird registration price will be in effect until August 14, 2017. Registration fee after August 14, will increase to $60.00 for the Classic Century Course.

The Canadian Century

Course Departure: 9:00am

This is the Big Cliver’s little brother. Although it’s shorter, you still have to climb the notorious Graphite Road  rolling hills before heading to Maynooth. Although this is ‘only’ 100 kms it is still a solid day on the bike. We recommend this course for riders who are new to the Hilly Hundred.

 
Early bird registration price will be in effect until August 14, 2017. Registration fee after August 14, will increase to $50.00 for the Canadian Century Course.

Chrissy Detlor Loop

Course Departure: 10:00, a tad later than the bigger loops

A shorter course for those who are not interested in quad burning climbs or for riders who want a course that’s less than 3 hours.  Perhaps something while your more addicted partner is out crushing the 100 loops. This loop was a favourite of Christine “Missy Chrissy” Emery, who tragically passed away on June 25th, 2014, after a nine month battle with brain cancer. Christine was an original spearhead for the development of the Hastings Highland Hilly Hundred and her spirit lives on !