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The 16th annual TriStates 100 headquarters at Bethel Baptist Church, 3257 E. Cottonwood Rd. in Dothan,
offering plenty of parking space, a cool Finish Line, air-conditioned space for post-ride lunch, and showers! The
TriStates 100 is the only ride in the area that rolls into three states (Alabama, Georgia, and Florida) in one exciting
ride. The course is challenging without being difficult.  The 70, 41 and 27 mile rides stay in Houston Co, Alabama
and roll through beautiful farm country.

Organizers and volunteers are dedicated to putting on a first class event and fund- raiser for the Dawn Pitchford
Fund of Children’s Hospital of Alabama
.

  • Thursday, May 31st. Packet pickup including ride day apparel, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Academy Sports,
    3950 Montgomery Hwy, Dothan, AL 36303.  Big advantage in picking up Thursday and signing in,  is that on
    ride day you will not have to sign in before the ride only after you have completed your ride.

  • Friday, June 1st. Early rider packet pickup including ride day apparel, from 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the
    Courtyard by Marriott (3040 Ross Clark Cir, Dothan, AL). Big advantage in picking up Friday and signing
    in,  is that on ride day you will not have to sign in before the ride only after you have completed your ride.

  • Saturday, June 2nd Complimentary Breakfast for RIDERS and STAFF will begin at 5:30a.m.  Hotcakes,
    sausage, bacon, eggs and fruit.  If you have non-riders eating breakfast with you we ask that you consider
    making a small donation to cover our additional expenses.

  • Saturday, June 2nd day of registration opens at 5:30 a.m.

  • Saturday, June 2nd is ride day! All riders will depart in waves from Bethel Baptist Church 3257 E.
    Cottonwood Road, Dothan, AL starting at approximately 7:00 am.

Our start will be in waves based on your distance and pace. Our desire is to enhance your safety. We
do not anticipate that this will greatly delay the start. Your cooperation will help us greatly in this
regard.  We ask that you please do not start before you are released.
 

We will start the century first, in waves, based on your own anticipated pace for the first 50 miles of the 101 mile
course. We will have signs and volunteers helping to get you organized before the start.

1st Wave century will be riders that plan to average 21 mph or faster for the first half of the century course which
is flat

2nd wave century will be riders that plan to average from 19 to 20 mph for the first half of the century course which
is flat

3rd wave century will be riders that plan to average from 17 to 18 mph for the first half of the century course which
is flat

4th wave century will be riders that plan to average less than 17 mph for the first half of the century course which
is flat

5th wave will be all 70 mile riders

6th wave will be both 41 and 27 mile riders

NO PERSONAL SAG/Support vehicles. This is a safety concern and is not allowed. We have staff members that
are out on the courses to provide assistance.

ALL riders are required to sign in before the ride starts and sign out upon completion of your ride.

  • Complimentary Lunch for RIDERS and STAFF will begin at 11:00am and continue through the afternoon,
    with Spaghetti being provided by Bethel Baptist Church and Moe’s Southwest Grill providing Burritos at 12:
    45pm .  If you have non-riders eating lunch with you we ask that you consider making a small donation to
    cover our additional expenses.
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