June 1, 2024

Registration begins at 7 am
Start time 8 am 

Ride begins and ends at Murray's Mill Historic District

489 Murray's Mill Road
Catawba, NC 28609

Ride options: 15, 30, or 63 miles 

Murray's Mill Bike Ride

Cycle with us over the rolling hills of eastern Catawba County

Visit historic Murray's Mill, a water-driven gristmill on the National Register of Historic Sites, and the Murray & Minges General Store. One of the most scenic and enjoyable rides, and perfect for the entire family. With 15, 30, and 63 mile options, you'll find the ride that's right for you. Singles, tandems, recumbents are all welcome. We'll provide course map, sag support, rest stops, and the best after-ride feed anywhere: homemade baked goods, sandwiches, and salads ... sure to fill the heartiest appetites!

Register by May 17th, cost is $40/rider.
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Event Details and Schedule

Saturday June 1, 2024 Ride will start at 8:00 am. The ride begins and ends at Murray’s Mill, 2 miles south of Catawba.

Day of the ride, cost is $50/per rider. 300 T-shirts will be given to riders first-come, first­ served day of ride. Registration begins at Murray's Mill at 7:00 am, RAIN or SHINE! 

Please note: All riders are required to wear helmets.

Please contact Jennifer: cchajlml@gmail.com 

Ride Maps


15 Mile

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30 Mile

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65 Mile

Download PDF: Pt 1 Pt 2
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Thanks to Our Sponsors!!

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Conover, NC

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Enjoy a pleasant ride through the rolling and flat expanse of eastern Catawba County. Visit historic Murray’s Mill, a water driven gristmill on the National Register of Historic Sites and the Murray & Minges General Store. Three routes available – 15, 30 or 65 miles. All three rides follow the same route for the first 11 miles. A scenic and enjoyable ride for the entire family. Take advantage of the fully supported sag and rest stops, and don’t miss the lunch at the end of the ride that has become known as The Big Feed. The ride is sponsored by the Historical Association of Catawba County and all proceeds will go to the Historical Association of Catawba County.