WHAT IS THE COST OF REGISTRATION?
Registration is $75 until September 6. Registration increases to $90 on September 7. Online registration closes September 28 at 5 PM.
The cost to register for Sea Gull Century is $75 and includes a long sleeve t-shirt, course support, food and beverage at all rest stops, and a Friday evening welcome reception. Registration prices will increase to $90 on September 7. Registration will be $90 until September 28 AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS (5 PM Eastern Standard Time). There is no day of registration, but you can register IN PERSON at Maggs gym Friday October 5th until 7 PM.
WHAT IF I HAVE REGISTERED AND HAVE BECOME INJURED OR I AM UNABLE TO ATTEND THE RACE?
There will be no refunds or transfers to another year. You may transfer your ride to another person.
HOW DO I TRANSFER MY REGISTRATION TO ANOTHER RIDER?
Please call us at 410-548-2772 to transfer to another rider. Before calling we will need the “new riders” following information:
- Full Name:
- Full Address:
- Shirt Size:
- Route you’re riding:
- Emergency contact name and phone number:
The new rider will also need to sign a liability form which can be found at www.seagullcentury.org
The new rider will need to print it out and mail it into
- Sea Gull Century
P.O. Box 2655
Salisbury, MD 21802
It is up to the old rider to give the new rider the rider packet.
I REGISTERED LATE AND YOU ARE NO LONGER SENDING OUT RIDER PACKETS
You can pick them up at the information table located in Maggs starting Friday at 4pm or Saturday at 6:30am.
WHAT DOES MY PACKET INCLUDE?
Your registration packet will include your:
- bib number
- bike number
- adhesive numbered sticker matching your bib number that goes on your helmet
- safety pins
- Marathon foto information for pictures
This MUST be worn on event day in order to have access to medical services and rest stops.
WHAT DOES MY REGISTRATION INCLUDE?
- The official SGC rider long-sleeve shirt
- Rider Number
- On-site tech and first aid
- SAG service during the ride
- Friday night free reception party
- Refreshments at rest stops
- Saturday lawn party and music (cash sales of food and drink)
IS THERE DAY OF REGISTRATION?
There is no day of registration.
However registration will be open the Friday night before SGC and must be in person in Maggs gym starting at 4 pm.
HOW DO I KNOW I HAVE REGISTERED?
You will receive a confirmation email stating you are registered for SGC. In the email will be your rider number along with your mailing address.
If there are any errors please contact us at 410-548-2772 so we can fix any changes and make sure your rider packet arrives to you and does not get lost in the mail.
DAY OF EVENT
DO I HAVE TO CHECK IN?
You do not have to check in. It is a show and go start between 7-9am
*You must wear your rider number
CAN I SWITCH THE ROUTE I WANT TO DO?
Yes, you can switch the route you would like to ride the day of. We ask if you know ahead of time to contact us at 410-548-2772 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you decide to change day of please make sure you have the appropriate map for your ride.
WHAT DO I NEED ON SGC DAY IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE?
To participate all cyclist must wear their assigned rider bib.
Make sure you have your choice of route map that has turn by turn directions.
Make sure the SAG number 410-543-6342 is in your cell phone
WHERE CAN I PARK?
There are parking maps available online at www.seagullcentury.org. Please make sure to park in areas designated for SGC parking. There will be campus police and student groups to assist you with parking.
WHAT TIME DOES THE EVENT START?
SGC doesn’t have a specific start time. It’s a start and go between 7-9am. Again, you do not have to check in anywhere nor is this event timed.
DO I NEED TO COMPLETE THE COURSE BY A SPECIFIC TIME?
Due to safety reasons we ask all riders finish by 6 pm.
ARE THERE PLACES TO SHOWER AFTER?
There are facilities in Maggs gym where you can shower after the ride however you need to bring your own towel and soap.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ROUTES?
All routes go on at the same time on the same day. Depending on what route you choose you will follow the course map along with the color coded seagulls painted on the street.
- Assateague follow the white seagulls
- Princess Anne metric follow the yellow seagulls
**Please make sure to carry your course map with you at all times***
– Assateague is 100 miles and goes down to the beach. Here riders can see the picturesque Atlantic Ocean and wild ponies that live on Assateague Island.
– Princess Anne Metric is 65 miles through Somerset County.
WHERE CAN I FIND A COURSE MAP?
The Course Map details can be found at www.seagullcentury.org. Please select one of the two courses you would like to ride.
I’M COMING FROM FAR AWAY, IS THERE ANY PLACE WHERE I CAN RENT A BICYCLE?
Yes, Bethany Bike Shop. http://www.bethanybikes.com/