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  • 22 Sep 2019 9:00 AM
    Haymarket Village Center 6530 Trading Square Haymarket, VA 2016

2019 Century Survey Results

 300+ riders gave us some feedback on the August 25 event. 


  • Distance you rode 81.7         (average mileage)      
  • Overall EVENT   8.2   (1-9 scale)
  • ROUTES rating   7.6
  • REST STOP rating   8.0
  • TOWN CENTER PARTY rating   7.7
  • SOCKS rating    7.5
  • ADMIN rating     8.4                                  

First 13 comments:

  • Not thrilled about being on Parkways
  • We rode the 31 and finished at 1030a to nothing at the finish line because they were still setting up. Maybe suggest that the 33 milers start around 9-930a so that they finish when the food is set up. We left without getting anything but it looked like it was going to be fun.
  • sorry that there was NO t-shirt
  • Thanks for a great day
  • Great event, well run.
  • Loved the water refill hoses
  • It was a fantastic ride.
  • Pre event check in was fantastic. Socks are nice. Loved this route more than last year’s 50k. Only suggestion is having food available earlier for people riding the 50k
  • Was not in shape to ride a longer distance. Ive ridden in about 8+ reston centuries over the past 10+ years. The rest station number 1 was great, especially the guy setting up the filtered water. Water tasted great and the hose setup was awesome. Not a fan of the socks, always look forward to the art on the T-shirt’s. Wish the food at the main pavilion started before noon so I could grab a bite. Riding shorted distance meant I was back pretty early and didn’t want to wait till noon.
  • "Checking in early was awesome. Arrive in morning and roll out. Nice.
  • Many friendly and safe riders to join up with. "
  • The route was really well marked. Well done!
  • After resting at the rest stop I could not find the Red arrow mark to keep going, I had to ask others to guide me Other than that it was a great event. Thank you for all,
  • GPS file got me lost


Check out more photos at: Breakaway Images  (courtesy of Ed Shanahan)


         

   


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