Registration is open! Ride with us in LOWVELO24 on November 2!

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Routes

LOWVELO has a route option for everyone, from our family-friendly 10-mile Island Ride on up to our 80-mile ride. Check out the route maps below, pick the ride for you and register now. Not looking to ride on the road? Join us at the finish line for one of our stationary cycling classes, help out as a volunteer or support the cause as a LOWVELO fundraiser. All participants, including our virtual ones, are invited to celebrate at our Isle of Palms finish line block party!

10-Mile Island Ride

map showing the 10 mile route

Starting on Isle of Palms, this ride begins along Ocean Boulevard, crosses over Breach Inlet and then loops through picturesque Sullivan’s Island before returning back around to the Isle of Palms finish line.

20-Mile Island Ride

map showing the 10 mile route

New this year, our 20-mile Island Ride will start and finish on Isle of Palms. This route follows the same path as the 10-mile route, but loops around twice, giving riders the chance to challenge themselves with a longer ride without having to cross the Ravenel Bridge.

23-Mile Ride

map showing the 23 mile route

Kicking off from Brittlebank Park, this ride has a police escort over the iconic Ravenel Bridge and into beautiful Mount Pleasant. Riders will be expected to maintain a 10-12 mph average pace through the city and to be ready for a 1.5-mile climb at 5% grade. The second half of the route takes riders around Sullivan’s Island and Isle of Palms. 

50-Mile Ride

map showing the 50 mile route

Following the 23-mile route onto Sullivan’s Island, this ride continues over the IOP Connector back into Mount Pleasant and to the edge of the Francis Marion National Forest before doubling back to the Isle of Palms finish line.

80-Mile Ride

map of 80-mile route

This ride starts at Brittlebank Park and includes the Ravenel Bridge, the beach communities in East Cooper and then a 30-mile excursion into the Francis Marion National Forest before returning to the Isle of Palms finish line.