Break the Cycle 2021

  • Recovery is not a race, it is a ride/or a guide.

Break the Cycle 11th Annual Event

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE ATTENDED! Save the date for 2022- Saturday, August 27th 

$35 to Ride or Walk on the Day of the Event* *Price includes a complimentary hot lunch! Participants at the fairgrounds will enjoy Certified Angus Seasoned Shredded Beef, KFC cole slaw, Buckeye Deli baked beans and homemade mac and cheese and veggie burgers. 

Participants on the Holmes County Trail: Build your own chipotle bowls- your choice of chicken or vegetarian. Bowl options: cilantro lime rice, blacked beans, sautéed veggies, lettuce, corn salsa, fresh salsa, shredded cheese, sour cream and guacamole. Tortilla chips and cookies will also be available.

Cyclist participating in the trail run are welcomed to have lunch at the fairgrounds after their ride.

$30 to Ride or Walk Virtually

Day of Registration $40

Break the Cycle celebrates recovery and promotes wellness with three bike routes, Holmes County Trail and a 5K walk. The bike ride consists of either a 24-, 50- or 70-miles ride through the scenic countryside of Wayne and Holmes counties. Each route varies in elevation and level of fitness. 

NEW THIS YEAR: Holmes County Trail Bike Ride (will be back in 2022)

Option 1 Hipp Station: Begin and end at Hipp Station located in Millersburg, Ohio (62 N. Grant Street) enjoy a 19.4 miles bike ride on asphalt to Fredericksburg (Break the Cycle Aid Station location) and back to Hipp Station.

Option 2 Fredericksburg: Begin and end at Fredericksburg (160 W. Clay Street, Fredericksburg, Ohio) enjoy a 19.4 miles bike ride on asphalt to Hipp Station (Break the Cycle Aid Station location) and back to Fredericksburg.

Holmes County Trail or also known as Rails to Trails are asphalt trails that are typically flat or gently sloping, with no vehicles sharing the road. "Labeled as the first Trail in the nation to accommodate Amish buggies, the unique and scenic Holmes County Trail has two lanes, one lane of the trail is paved with asphalt for biking, while the adjoining buggy and equestrian trail is paved with "chip and seal" for horse-drawn vehicles and horseback riding." (Holmes County Trail site). This ride is for intermediate riders or families who like to ride. A SAG Cyclist will be on the trail to accommodate riders. 

Participants can also partake in a casual 5K walk through historic downtown Wooster and visit OneEighty's Main Office and Recovery Club. The event is centered around the mission to reduce the stigma surrounding the issues of substance abuse and addiction and to support the treatment/prevention services offered at OneEighty.

This event is SAG Supported and will have multiple rest stops available with restrooms and refreshments available to participants.

 

OneEighty, Friends of OneEighty and Holmes County Friends and Neighbors of OneEighty will follow all guidelines issued by the state of Ohio to have a safe and healthy ride and walk. The committee would like to encourage any participant participating at the Fairgrounds to bring a face mask for social situations and when possible social distance.

RIDE ON will be on-site for any maintenance issues cyclist may have with their bike.

Enter yourself or create a team. Please refer to the group registration page for a special discount for a group 10 or more.

Virtual Bike Ride or 5K Walk:

Rather bike on your favorite path or walk in your neighborhood? Ride or walk on the day of the event at your favorite location and support Break the Cycle's mission to FIGHT ADDICTION.

All participants (in person or virtual) who register before August 11th, 2021 will receive a t-shirt.

*T-shirts will be available for pick-up on the day of the event or during the week of August 30th-September 3rd between 8am-5pm at OneEighty's Main Office, 104 Spink Street, Wooster, Ohio 44691.

 

The 24-,50-70 Mile Bike Rides and 5K Walk begin and end at the Fairgrounds; 199 Vanover St, Wooster, Ohio (Buss Hall).

The Holmes County Trail Bike Ride begins at either Hipp Station, 62 N. Grant St., Millersburg, OH or at Fredericksburg, 160 W. Clay Street, Fredericksburg, Ohio. Cyclist choose which location to start at.  Participants are welcome to have a hot lunch at the Fairgrounds, Buss Hall, 199 Vanover St, Wooster, Ohio after their ride. A Break the Cycle committee member will be in touch with Holmes County Trail Ride participants regarding lunch options a week before the event. 

PLEASE NOTE: This event is held RAIN or SHINE.  Any schedule changes on the day of the event due to rain will be communicated the day before by email and on the day of the event at check-in. 

Check-in: 6:30am-10am

8am:                     70 mile Bike Ride- Start/Finish at Wayne County Fairgrounds (199 Vanover Street, Wooster, Ohio) Buss Hall

8:15am:                50 Mile Bike Ride- Start/Finish at Wayne County Fairgrounds (199 Vanover Street, Wooster, Ohio) Buss Hall

9:30* am:              24 Mile Bike Ride-Start/Finish at Wayne County Fairgrounds (199 Vanover Street, Wooster, Ohio)  Buss Hall  *Note change in start time from previous years

10:00*am:             5K Walk- Start/Finish at Wayne County Fairgrounds (199 Vanover Street, Wooste, Ohio) Buss Hall  * Note change in start time from previous years.

10:00 am:              19.4 Holmes County Trail Ride  Hipp Station or Fredericksburg  

  Hipp Station, 62 N. Grant St., Millersburg, OH or at Fredericksburg, 160 W. Clay Street, Fredericksburg, Ohio.                                

To learn more about the event or to register for Break the Cycle click the link below.

Please contact Christy VanSickle, Community Relations and Marketing Manager at vansicklec@one-eighty.org or call her at 330.804.4402 with any questions or concerns.

 

2021 SPONSORS

 

Title Sponsor: 

Wayne Insurance Group

 

Platinum Sponsors: 

Kathy and Dennis Helmuth

Steve and Cheryl Shapiro

RBB

United Titanium

Wooster Products

Wooster Hydrostatics

Wayne Savings Community Bank

Wooster Community Hospital

Hummel Group

Pomerene Hospital

 

Gold Sponsors: 

Aultman Orrville Hospital

Campbell Construction

Lifetime Financial Advisors

Magni-Power Company

Wooster Brush

One Digital Health and Benefits

John and Judy Thomas

Seaman Corporation

ArtiFlex

Triple B Heating and Cooling

Stifel Adams Reichert Wealth Management Group

The Killbuck Savings Bank

Bogner Construction Group

Susie and Steve Slack

Sue an Arun Mathur

Jarrett

 

Silver Sponsors:

Dorman Legacy Advisors

Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Attorneys

Alison and Troy Schmidt

Santmyer 

SAP Concur

Annette and Chris Ranger

McElroy Packaging

Ventrac

Magic Garage Door

Insurance Center Agency

 

Bronze Sponsors:

Facility Outsource Group
Nancy Draperies
Ty and Cyndee Young
Bobbi Douglas
Jay and Christy VanSickle
Jon and Tina Ansel
 

In-Kind:

AAA of Wooster
Buehler's Food Market
Certified Angus Beef
Kentucky Fried Chicken of Wooster
Buckeye Deli
Fry Pie's baked by Effie Miller and donated by Jackie Kiefer and Sue Mathur
Murr Printing and Graphics
Ride On
Hugon Art And Design
Serpentini Chevrolet Buick of Orrville