Registration is OPEN for  Oct. 6, 2019!

Rides for Every Age and Ability!

Lifeline100 is pleased to be an inclusive event offering scenic 65 and 100 mile county tours with water views and historic sites, 15 and 30 mile flat, paved trail rides; and a free bike rodeo for children!   We welcome riders with special needs and bikes of all kinds!

Registration Fees

  • Century Ride – Individual Registration: $50.00   (regular $50, walk-in $60)
  • 60 mile Ride – Individual Registration: $40.00    (regular $40, walk-in $50)
  • 30 mile Ride – Individual Registration: $30.00     (regular $30, walk-in $35)
  • 15 mile Ride – Individual Registration:  $25.00    (regular $25, walk-in $30)

Online Registration

Online registration through is now open at:


Mail-in Registration

Paper/Mail-in Registration is available with payment by check by printing the LL100registration flyer2019   Must be received by  October 1, 2019.

Onsite Registration

Walk-in registration and packet pickup open Saturday, Oct. 5 12-2pm and Sunday, Oct. 6 starting at 6:15AM at the Kinder Farm Park Visitor Center.   See the ride day information for more details!

Riders With Special Needs

Riders with special needs and their accompanying rider are eligible for a special 2 for 1 registration fee thanks to our generous Premier Sponsor, Prophasys.   Please use this LL100registration flyer2019 two for one and mail in by October 1, 2019.

Children’s Bike Rodeo

Free! But please reserve A Spot!
The free
Children’s Bike Rodeo for ages 4 – 10  and Family Fun  Ride will take place at Kinder Farm Park on Oct. 6, 2019 from  12:30PM to 2:30PM. See the Kids Rodeo page for details and to reserve a spot for the Rodeo!

Special Non-Profit Partner Riders

Lifeline100 is a great platform for nonprofits who want to recruit participants who fund-raise for their cause.    To learn more about how your 501c3 can become a nonprofit partner, please email

To ride for Global Impact Community Emergency Response Team, please click:

To ride for HobbleJog Foundation, please click 

To ride for Rise for Autism , please click

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA)   Ride with MSAA by visiting

To ride for VME at the ImageCenter, a provider of custom assistive technology including bikes for people with disabilities, please click HERE.

To ride  for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, please register using the online registration above and designate “Komen” as your team name.   To make a separate donation in support of breast health and research see the Susan G. Komen web site.