The Summit Challenge will return to Park City for the fifth-straight year on Saturday, Aug. 24.
Beginning and ending at the National Ability Center, the event features 102-, 52- and 18-mile bicycle rides on a road course for both disabled and able-bodied riders.
Event manager Becca Dupaix said the money raised from the event will directly benefit several programs at the National Ability Center.
"And the cost of registration allows us to present it to disabled riders free of charge," she added.
She said the Summit Challenge is all about having fun and supporting a great cause.
"We're one of a very few century rides in the state that is not competitive," she said. "It gives people a chance to push themselves on a fully supported course and it's a really great way to get into some of the more aggressive events."
Dupaix estimates that about 300 people have signed up for the ride so far, and that 20 members of the Wounded Warrior Project will also be riding.
"They're one of our strong partners," she said. "We built this relationship because we understand that there is this emerging need for returning warriors. And this acts for them as a 'soldier ride.' They have a handful of soldier rides throughout the nation and we're honored they chose us for one of those rides again."
Dupaix said the National Ability Center plans to keep hosting the Summit Challenge for the foreseeable future.
"We love it so much because it embodies what we are all about," she said. "The National Ability Center as a whole encourages people to get out and recreate together."
She said the way the town rallies behind the event makes it even more special.
"As a community, we get together and cheer each other on," she said. "It's a really motivational atmosphere."
Online registration is open through Thursday at summitchallenge100.org. Day-of registration is also available.
Registration for the 102-mile ride is $80, the 52-miler is $65 and the 18-miler is $35. The cost for riders under 13 years of age is $15 and disabled riders ride for free.
The 102-mile ride begins at 7 a.m., with the 52- and 18-milers beginning at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., respectively.