New date for 2020! Riders asked and we listened, May 30, 2020 is the day of our famous bicycle tour! 

Come to the Orleans High School in Orleans, Indiana to pick up packets or register of day of. Remember the earlier you register online, the cheaper your registration fee. January prices will reflect the best deals on registration and early registration is encouraged to ensure a meal and shirt. Century riders will receive a shirt included in registration if registered before May 1. To register click the link on this page or on our Facebook page Dogwood Pedal.

The ride starts and finishes at Orleans High School and this is where your lunch will be served.

 We are a challenging and fun bicycle tour which kicks off the popular Dogwood Festival. Check out the festivities at .

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Dogwood Century has proven to be the most challenging century in Indiana. Can you conquer all the hills early spring and earn bragging rights? If you are not ready for the Century early spring, how about try the 20, 50, or 75 mile routes and see what you are made of!

If you want to ride with us on May 30, 2020 be prepared and be ready for a bit of fun....The ride starts just off Hwy 37 at Orleans Jr-Sr High School, and takes cyclists through the best backroads Southern Indiana has to offer!!! There is plenty of parking.

This ride is not for the faint of heart as only the strong will survive!!! Challenging hills include the likes of "Mt. Aire" and "Dead Horse Hill" plus many more surprises along the way. Orange County sights include the beautiful West Baden Dome & Pete Dye Golf Course area and French Lick Resort & Casino, to name a few.

Included in registration is a delicious post-ride meal for every rider who preregisters 2 weeks prior to the ride (and others if a meal ticket is purchased in advance) and world class S.A.G. support. Participants doing the full Century have the option of having lunch midway or at the end. The meal is at the finish at the Orleans High School.

Please pre-register online and then sign in from 6 a.m. - 8 a.m. at Orleans High School. This year's start times will be a staggered mass start for each route as follows:

  • 100 Mile:  7am
  • 75 Mile:  8am
  • 20/50 Mile:  8:30am

This is the Premier Indiana Springtime Ride you are looking for! The question is, can YOU survive it?


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 All routes subject to change due to road conditions, road maintenance, etc.


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