Register

There are two ways to register in 2019 — online via PayPal or by mail by downloading the CW200 2019 Registration Form. A $50 processing fee will be applied to all refunds. No refunds after May 6, 2019.

Registration Via PayPal



CW200 Full Ride $170.00
Full Ride (Sat/Sun/Mon – 200 miles) starts at 7:45 am Saturday and included 2 nights at air-conditioned Council Grove High School, with tenting options on school grounds, and Sunday breakfast, lunch and dinner. Includes t-shirt with registration by May 1. *Fee increases to $195 after May 6, 2019.

CW200 Full Ride — indicate t-shirt size:


KVBC Member CW200 Full Ride $160.00
Full Ride (Sat/Sun/Mon – 200 miles) starts at 7:45 am Saturday and includes 2 nights at air-conditioned Council Grove High School, with tenting options on school grounds, and Sunday breakfast, lunch and dinner. Includes t-shirt with registration by May 1. *Fee increases to $185 after May 6, 2019.*

KVBC Member CW 200 Full Ride — indicate t-shirt size:


Cottonwood 200 Full Ride and KVBC Membership $180 
Full Ride (Sat/Sun/Mon – 200 miles) starts 7:45 am Saturday and includes 2 nights at air-conditioned Council Grove High School, with tenting options on school grounds, and Sunday breakfast, lunch and dinner. Includes t-shirt with registration by May 1, 2019, and purchase of KVBC membership ($20 value) with registration.

CW 200 Full Ride & KVBC Membership — indicate t-shirt size:


Saturday Single Day Ride $50.00


Sunday Single Day Ride With Meals $80.00


Monday Single Day Ride $50.00


Sunday Breakfast (non-rider) $15.00

Sunday Lunch (non-rider) $15.00

Sunday Dinner (non-rider) $18.00


2019 CW200 t-shirt
CW200 2019 t-shirt : Select size


KVBC Membership Only $20.00 – Sign up here!

Volunteers (minimum 4 hours) can register for FREE:

Individuals willing to volunteer at least 4 hours over the three days of the ride can register for FREE, including meals and overnight accommodations–a perfect option for non-riding family and friends, or those wishing to ride only one or two days. Volunteer opportunities include times before and after the ride, as well as multiple occasions during the ride: staff a SAG (rest area), help with organizing items at the high school, or driving a sweep vehicle to check on riders. Please contact the volunteer coordinator Lea Ann Curtis to volunteer.