The Head for the Hills – Chappell Hill page, provides you with the official registration information, ride distances etc. and if you scroll down a bit, videos, interviews and ride reports for this event. If you don’t see a ride report and you participated in the event in the past, feel free to type something up and we’ll add it here!
Date: April 1, 2017
Event: Head for the Hills – Chappell Hill
Route distances: 26, 43 and 62 miles
About the ride:
IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL FROM BIKEREG WITHIN 8 HOURS, YOU FAILED TO COMPLETE THE REGISTRATION PROCESS. PLEASE TRY AGAIN BEING SURE TO SELECT ONE OF THE CATEGORIES ABOVE.
FREE T-SHIRT SIZE SELECTION MADE AFTER SELECTING ONE OF THE ABOVE BUTTONS.
======YOU MUST PARK IN THE DESIGNATED PARKING LOT; OTHERWISE YOU MAY BE TOWED.=====
This is a ride not a race. Each course challenges you with a constant barrage of hills to get your heart racing and test your thighs.
$35 – prior to March 1
$40 – March 1-31
$50 – April 1-2 (Day of ride)
The ride starts between 8:00 am and 9:00 am depending on the route you choose and the average speed at which you ride. The course will be monitored until 3:00 PM. Ride day registration begins at 6:00 am.
The first 200 registrants receive a free “Head for the Hills” t-shirt. (200 available as of Jan. 12, 12:01 AM)
Once paid, registration fees are non-refundable and non-tranferable, even if you don’t ride or the event is canceled due to weather. However, if you qualified for and/or purchased a t-shirt, it(they) will be mailed to you.
THE HAMBURGER COOKOUT ENTAILS AN ADDITIONAL FEE, ALL OF WHICH WILL GO TO THE CHAPPELL HILL VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT, WHO IS PROVIDING IT.
Early packet pick-up and registration is available at Northwest Cyclery Thursday, March 31, from 11:30 am – 6:00 pm. (Highway 290 at Jones Road, 713-466-1240) EARLY PICK-UP OF PACKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR THOSE REGISTERING AFTER 1PM, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30.
Proceeds from previous rides have supported the following causes, among others:
–Adam’s Angels – aiding child cancer victims
–PolioPlus – world-wide eradication of polio
–Boy and Girl Scouts
–Boys and Girls Club
–Brenham Police and Fire Departments and Washington County Sheriffs Department
–Chappell Hill Volunteer Fire Department
–Chappell Hill Historical Society
–Habitat for Humanity
–Hospice of the Brazos Valley
–Miracle Farm – helping wayward boys
–Camp for All – totally barrier-free recreational facility for the disabled
–Unity Theatre – to support summer youth programs at the theater
–Bread Partners – providing and delivering meals to the needy and elderly
–Scholarships for Brenham high school students
–Pure Water for the World – providing sustainable water filters and latrines in developing countries
Location: Chappell Hill, TX 77429
Event website: http://www.wcrotaryclub.org/h4h/
Contact info: (979) 836-4226
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