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This page lists non-PBC sponsored rides that are out of town and may be of interest to PBC members, many of which club members have done in the past and recommend.  Many of these are signature events sponsored by other cycling clubs that we maintain contact with.

The Hancock Horizontal Hundred is one of the flattest rides in Ohio, great for a first century. 20, 32, and 62 mile routes also available. Now in it 47th year, a great event out of Findlay, OH. This year it will be Sunday, September 10, 2017.  More information is available on our ride calendar 
here.

The NEOC44, Northeast Ohio Cookie Century, is without a doubt, the "crumbiest" ride in Northeast Ohio! Join other PBC members and ride much flatter terrain than we experienced all year long in Southwest PA. This year NEOC is Sunday, September 17, 2017. More information available on our ride calendar here.


Harrisburg Bicycle Club's Three Creek Century.  Sunday, September 17, 2017.  This is not a race but rather a leisurely ride through the scenic Cumberland Valley of central Pennsylvania. Ride on lightly traveled roads along and over the Conodoguinet, Yellow Breeches and Big Spring creeks which feed the Susquehanna river. Cue sheets, sag wagons and rest stops are provided for all routes as well as markings on the road to guide the riders on the routes. This event is well known for its homemade cookies, soup and other great food.  For more information, click here.

The 43rd annual Red Flannel Metric Century (61 mi) and half metric (32 mi) will depart the Oberlin Community Service Center in Oberlin, OH at 9:00 AM on Sunday, October 29, 2017. This ride is sponsored by the Lorain Wheelmen. The event goes rain or shine, or even snow.  Advanced registration is $20 and will be accepted until October 21, 2017.  On-site registration is $25. Registration fee includes map, with SAG phone number and "snack stops" (last year the first stop in a state park pavilion looked more like a complete buffet with hot food and drinks, fresh fruits and vegetables, and plenty of deserts for those with a sweet tooth).  SAG support is available until 5 PM.  For more information, click here.