TALLADEGA, ALABAMA                      OCTOBER 27, 2018

Registration until May 21, 2018                $35

After May 21st                                               $40

After September 10th                                   $45

Online registration closes October 25th with on-site registration at $50

Register anytime now through October 8th and you will be guaranteed a t-shirt in your size!

Presbyterian Home for Children’s 150th Anniversary, commemorative CHC  PrimaalWear Jersey! Orders taken until October 27th. Shipped to you mid-December. Fabric: SpeedPro, Pocket: 3 Rear Straight, Stitch: Traditional, Zipper: YKK Full Hidden.



Route Options: 5 miles, 34 miles, 69 miles (Metric Century + 7 miles), 100 Mile Century Ride.

The Children’s Home Challenge is being held to raise funds to support the ministries provided to homeless children & families at the Presbyterian Home for Children. Alabama ranks worst in the nation for child homelessness.  100% of your registration fee will be used to fund our programs for homeless children and families.

All levels of riders are welcome! The ride features a short, family-friendly route of just a few miles all the way up to a 100 mile century ride for the serious cyclists. Come enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Talladega County countryside, tree-lined roads, and just enough rollers to keep it fun. Cyclists on all routes will be supported every mile of the way with mechanical and SAG support.

Click on Ride Director, Jacque Cordle’s photo above to hear all about the Presbyterian Children’s Home.


Ride With GPS Route Links:

5 Mile Cruise through historic downtown Talladega:

30 Mile Route:

Metric Century:

Ride with GPS Century:


Saturday, Ride Day!  Start line address: 905 Ashland Hwy, Talladega, AL  35160

6 am All you can eat breakfast in Weatherly Hall

6:30 am Check-in for all routes opens in Weatherly Courtyard

7:30 am Ride Start

11 am Lunch service opens  and will remain open as riders come off the course. A number of yummy dishes that rotate throughout the day will be served so that food stays fresh for the cyclists as they roll in. We’ll have a variety of pasta dishes, soups, and hearty options as well as a birthday cake to celebrate our 150th anniversary!

5 pm Course closes

5:30 pm Emergency contact notifications start for any rider who has not checked back in.

 Unlimited primitive camping and two RV pads with full hook ups. Reserve the RV spots by emailing

People who are camping do need to be aware that shower facilities are extremely limited.

FROM 2017

Gabrielle Moody Wonderful ride today!  Great course, great volunteers, great rest stops for a great cause!

David Orange

David Orange I agree with all that said. GREAT venue for a ride and a real good cause. Presptarian churches from all over the state maned there rest stops, so friendly too. Nice roads , low traffic. EXTREMELY well done. The Orange Blossom Special will be back next year.

Wayne Spooner

Wayne Spooner Fun day on the bike hope it comes back next year would make good series ride!