New this year, we are offering multiple rider discounts to the Century 115 mile ride and the Double Metric Century 126 mile ride. Register six riders and only pay for five, one is free or consider it a discount for the six. The discounted price will appear when you go though the payment part of the registration and choose 6 riders. 

If you are a bike enthusiast looking for a challenge, breathtaking vistas, and fun activities for you, your family and friends, off the beaten path ~ then you have found the right Century Ride!

Our 115 mile “Century Ride” and 126 mile “Double Metric Century Ride” are made up of a figure eight course that challenges you with 10,800 feet and 12,330 feet of climbing, respectively, along with spectacular views of the Trinity Alps and Mt. Shasta, along with many other beautiful areas. The other three rides provide challenges for riders of varying abilities and distance needs, and are made up of sections of the Century Ride figure eight course.



Riders in the Family Fun ride of the Hayfork Century can add anoptional "Hike and Swim" to their biking adventure. Just click on the red "Family Fun" link to find out more.


For those of you who are interested in geology, you will be riding in and looking at the Klamath Mountains. These mountains are one of the most diverse and unique geological areas on this continent. This is eloquently described in David Rains Wallace's book "The Klamath Knot: Explorations of Myth and Evolution."

All the rides start and finish at the Trinity County Fairgrounds where the riders, family and friends will have ample camping and RV spots along with restrooms and hot showers. The After Ride BBQ Meal is also located at the Fairgrounds.

For more detailed ride descriptions and information, please use the links located on the top section below the banner of every page.

One of our previous riders wrote "When I think about what my "ideal" century offers, this ride would be near, or at the top of the list..." Read more

Also a rider from our 2009 Century Ride posted two videos on youtube, First 26 miles & Last 40 miles , the dirt road seen on the "Last 40 miles" video is no longer dirt, but in fact is now chip sealed. Just click on the red links to see either video. 



The Rotary Club of Hayfork is a permittee of the Shasta-Trinity National Forest and is an equal opportunity employer.