Castle Crags Century, June 21

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The Rotary Club of Mt. Shasta has organized its second annual “Castle Crags Century” on Saturday, June 21, 2014. The ride will begin and end at the Mt. Shasta City Park with an expected 400 riders participating.

The one day event is not a race, and will offer 4 ride options for riders, including a 97 mile century ride and 62.5 mile metric century ride, which feature a dynamic and incredibly scenic route over Mumbo Summit and around Castle Crags. The ride will travel through Castella along the Sacramento River through Dunsmuir and back to the city park for lunch.

All riders will enjoy rest stops along the route, SAG support, medical support, lunch in the park, post-ride meal and massage, and vendor festival, including live music and local beer.

For more information or to register visit

Mount Shasta Rotary Club is planning the Castle Crags Century with the help and support of Mercy Medical Center Mt. Shasta and Mercy Foundation North. 50% of the proceeds will be given to Mercy Foundation North for the benefit of Mercy’s free patient transportation system. The balance of the proceeds will benefit the many projects supported by the Rotary Club of Mount Shasta. The ride is being sponsored by Dignity Health, Cross Petroleum and Chevron.

-from press release

-from press release
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3 Responses

  1. Avatar 100 pains says:

    A century is 100 years.

    Not 100 miles.

    Not 100 degrees.

    Not 100 errors or 100 home runs.

    100 years.

    If you don’t want the world to look down on Jefferson, quit talking gibberish.