Registration opens Monday,

April 3rd, 2017 at 6:00 am pst

Registration is accepted on-line only and

is limited to the first 475 participants

Please note, most years registration is filled by 8:00am on registration day. Set your alarm April 3rd!


$40 per adult  (18 years or older)
$15 per children  (17 years of age and under)
$80 per family (Maximum of 2 adults and 4 children per family)

$2 from every entry goes to support Bicycles for Humanity.

Registration is accepted on-line only until 475 participants have registered.

Registrations are non-transferable and non-refundable.

Registration Fees include an event water bottle, all rest stop refreshments, food and refreshments at the finish line in Memorial Park, a chance to win one of many exciting draw prizes including a Giant Bike from our partner Cyclepath Kelowna.

All participants are required to check-in on event day between 8:00- 8:45 a.m. at the Registration Tables at Memorial Park to receive your registration package.

Any rider that has not completed the Liability Waiver & received a Participant Number prior to 8:45 a.m. will not be permitted to participate in the ride. Parents or guardians must be present with their children to sign waivers. 

Riders must obey all road and traffic laws.
Helmets are mandatory 

Be sure to order your 2017 OSCR t-shirt for $25 when you register. T-shirts will be available on ride day!


new for 2017
Kelowna OSCR training ride


Sunday, May 7 at Tree Brewing Institute, 1346 Water St, Kelowna

Okanagan Rail Trail, Tree Brewing Institute and Okanagan Shuswap Century Ride are partnering to offer a training ride for those registered for the Century. Register along with your OSCR ride for a 45 or 70km ride around beautiful Kelowna.  

Sign-on and waiver signing starts at 8am, ride leaves at 9am. Lots of free street parking and in the Library Square parkade.  $20 to ride, all of which goes to Okanagan Rail Trail and will be matched through the Rail Trail matching campaign, starting April 3. More information at


Tree Brewing will provide all riders with a free Okanagan Rail Trail Common Ale, and some appies starting at 11am. You may also buy beer and food. We hope to see you at this exciting new event!

Riders must obey all road and traffic laws.
Helmets are mandatory