You can pre-register on Friday or register on ride day. There are four registration and start times on July 31. To maximize social distancing please show up only at your registration time:
Pre-Registration, Friday, July 30:
Friday, July 30 - 5 to 8 pm Spellbound Brewing, 10 Lippincott Lane, Mount Holly, NJ (map link)
Ride Day Registration, Saturday, July 31:
100 miles - Register: 6:00 am/ Rollout: 6:45 am
65 miles - Register: 7:00 am/ Rollout: 7:30 am
45 miles - Register: 8:00 am/ Rollout: 8:30 am
20 miles - Register: 8:30 am/ Rollout: 9:00 am
The start and finish is located at Park Drive and Washington Street in Mt. Holly, NJ. Enter parking from Rancocas Road.
Ride Start & Finish
The 7th annual Spellbound Century road bike event starts from historic Mount Holly, NJ, the county seat of Burlington County, and takes riders through local historic towns, by farms and scenic areas on mostly flat roads with some challenging hills.
The ride routes are marked and fully SAG supported. The routes will be color coordinated and marked with road arrows and yard signs pointing in the direction to travel. The 100-mile riders will follow the orange arrows, the 67 milers will follow the green arrows, the 47 milers will follow yellow arrows and the 22 milers will follow the purple arrows.
Ride with GPS
The Spellbound Century 2021 routes are HERE. You can download the Ride with GPS app for your iPhone or Android device.
The routes were created as an event in Ride with GPS thanks to the TnT Cycling Team Account. By having access to the route on the team account you have:
Voice Navigation in the Ride with GPS mobile app
Offline Maps in the Ride with GPS mobile app
PDF Maps + Cuesheets
Advanced Turn Notifications with TCX files
Plus you can also download the route to your bike computer.
Rest Stops and Farm Stand Product Purchases
The Spellbound Century rest stops are at local farm markets where you can make purchases of local Jersey Fresh goods that will be waiting for you at the end of your the ride. The Century and Metric Century riders will be stopping at Emery’s Blueberry Farm, New Egypt where you can purchase the great bake goods. Half Century and Century riders will stop at Mr. McGregor’s Garden, Jobstown, where you can purchase peaches and more. All riders will stop at Specca Farms Pick Your Own, Bordentown, for fresh vegetables, corn etc. The Half Century riders will have a third stop this year at our newest addition to the event Rancocas Creek Farm at Pinelands Preservation Alliance, Southampton. The farm markets accept cash and credit cards so make you sure you carry them with you. Items purchase will be delivered to the finish for you.
This year, in addition to the farm markets, we added another stop for the Century and Metric Century riders at the Chesterfield Municipal Building where there will be water and goods to replenish you on your journey.
The event also includes a post-ride celebration where you will be treated to a pint of beer from Spellbound Brewing, pizza, Italian water ice, local vendors, and live music. Participants who registered early will receive the beautiful event t-shirt. Additionally, Century riders will be awarded a custom-made pin and medal in recognition of their day’s accomplishment.
The Spellbound "Primal Nexas" jersey combines comfort and performance for the rider that wants more features and upgraded fabrics with a more forgiving fit. The jersey features angled back pockets, a rear zipper pocket, mesh panels and a new high-resolution wicking fabric that provides a premium look and finish. The jersey is available in mens and womens sizes. Also, check the ladies Primal Gemini Tanks and in 2021, there will be Primal Evo Bibs and shorts available for purchase.
The store is currently closed for this year's jersey. It will re-open later so that riders can order jerseys to be delivered following the ride.