DOTHAN, ALABAMA              JUNE 3, 2017

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    $30 from January to February 28th
    $40 from March 1st to April 30th
    $50 from May 1st to May 31st
$55 Friday June 2nd early pickup and registration
at Courtyard hotel
$60 Day of Event registration
at Bethel Baptist Church























The 15th annual TriStates 100 headquarters at Bethel Baptist Church, 3257 E. Cottonwood Rd. in Dothan, offering plenty of parking space, a cool Finish Line, air-conditioned space for post-ride lunch, and showers! The TriStates 100 is the only ride in the area that expands three states (Alabama, Georgia, and Florida) in one exciting ride.  The course is challenging without being difficult.

Organizers and volunteers are dedicated to putting on a first class event and fund- raiser for the Dawn Pitchford Fund of Children’s Hospital of Alabama


  • Thursday, June 1st. Packet pickup from 5:30 to 7:30 at Academy Sports,3950 Montgomery Hwy, Dothan, AL 36303
  • Friday, June 2nd.  Early rider packet pickup from 4:00pm to 8:30pm at the Courtyard by Marriott  (3040 Ross Clark Cir, Dothan, AL)          
  • Saturday June 3 day of registration opens at 5:30 a.m.  
  • Saturday June 3rd is ride day!  Century and Metric riders will depart from
    Bethel Baptist Church 3257 E. Cottonwood Road, Dothan, AL at
    approximately 7:00am.  45 and 27 mile riders will depart at approximately
  • NO PERSONAL SAG/Support vehicles.  This is a safety concern and is not
    allowed.  We have staff members that are out on the courses to provide
  • ALL riders are required to sign in before the ride starts and sign out upon
    completion of your ride.



Special TriStates 100 rates of $84 by Courtyard Marriott are available here.


Started in 2002, on what was a spur of the moment idea, the TriStates 100 has become a first class event and fund raiser for the Children’s Hospital of Alabama. In 2014, we donated more than $30,000 to the Pediatric Cancer unit (Dawn Pitchford Account) of the Children’s Hospital.The TriStates 100 is the only ride in the area that expands three states (Alabama, Florida, and Georgia) in one exciting ride. The course is challenging without being difficult. The TriStates Century route is 102 miles and encompasses all three states. Our 69 mile course takes you through a tour of eastern Houston county. The newest route is 41 miles long and is a hybrid of the short route and the metric. The 30 mile course is a shorter tour through Houston county.

All proceeds go to the Dawn Pitchford Fund, which helps with the non-medical needs of the children with cancer. Dawn Pitchford was an amazing girl diagnosed with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia when she was 14. She noticed the other patients without simple comforts like stuffed animals, balloons, flowers, normal pajamas, bedroom shoes, and headwraps. Dawn spent the money that people sent her to help other people. Even after she’s gone, her selflessness continues and the Tri-States 100 is thrilled to help such a great cause.

To read Dawn’s story through her mother’s eyes, follow this link :

With your help we can continue to build the success of this ride. Please share your memories of this event with other riders, and let them know where to find us on the web.

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6 Responses to TRI-STATES 100

  1. Ed Schevey says:

    Great Ride, a very challenging Century Ride. SAG support was great, well stocked Rest Stops with friendly enthusiastic people. This was my first but definitely not my last. I look forward to doing this again next Year, hopefully I can bring some friends along as well. The Charity that you have aligned with is well worth the price of the entry fee alone. Kudos to all involved, a Good Job all around! .

  2. Terry Edwards says:

    I may bring extra donations the 5th who do I give this to?

  3. Randy Jensen says:

    I want to thank all the volunteers for being givers.

    On the 100-mile route I felt bad for the 1st rest stop crew who set up at the wrong spot (a location on last year’s route I was told). I knew they must have felt horrible about it, and as I peddled along I wanted to say “It’s okay, you were with the riders in spirit and we were all thinking about you.” One of the SAG wagon drivers set up an impromptu water station to make sure everyone was hydrated and otherwise safe. He was standing on the back of his truck dripping sweat but busily pouring water into bottles of huddled up eager riders. It reminded me of a mother bird feeding a gang of hungry babies, all ganged up with their beaks open waiting to be filled. He was selfless!

    What can I say about the staff at the start/finish? Everyone was so pleasant and cheerful. The food? It was prepared as a labor of love, and it tasted and filled accordingly. The food was great! It was also very much appreciated that we had the wonderful facilities to use at Bethel Baptist church. Oh, and not to forget the gal at the last stop who insisted on giving everyone high fives. What a ball of energy she is, and the rest of that crew too!

    Thanks so much everyone. For so many reasons your work was a labor of love, something we can never share or have to much of. All of your are fantastic!

  4. Pam Paulk says:

    I did the 30 miles and it was great. great start and finish location. very good course for us shorter distance riders. well marked. Hope to come again next year.

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