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Bill Bone ‘Burger’ Fondo presented by Conte’s Bike Shop
March 6, 2022 @ 6:30 am
The Bill Bone ‘Burger’ Fondo features bikes, burgers and beer. There are 3 rides at different speeds all riding 50 miles. Neutral Support, Police Escorts, Custom Shirts, Chip Timing, Gourmet Burgers (veggie too), etc
Bill Bone ‘Burger Fondo
Presented by Conte’s Bike Shops
Sunday, March 6, 2022 (6:30am)
Let’s be clear about the intent of the Bill Bone Burger Fondo. Our goal is to deliver the safest ride experience, the pleasure of riding on A1A with your friends and enjoying the best BURGERS around. To make sure we accomplish those goals we have engaged the ‘A-Team’ of promoters, sponsors and an executive chef.
THE FONDO CHEF
Chef Patti has been written up in Bon Appetite as Executive Chef and partner at Sweet Sop Restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale. He has been featured on Diners, Drive Ins & Dives. M.E.A.T. Eatery and Taproom’s most prestigious recognitions was being named the #5 Burger restaurant in the US by Trip Advisor in 2014, Best Burger in Florida by Thrillist 2015, Best Burger in Florida by Chowhound 2016/2017 and Top 101 Burgers in America by the Daily Meal 2015-2019. His restaurants have over 40 awards in Florida. THE BEER FROM PROSPERITY BREWERS – Located just 1 mile South from start/finish at Conte’s – They have kindly supplied the post event beer for your enjoyment.
Bill Bone ‘Burger’ Fondo (3 unique rides)
TRIPLE PATTY – (High Speed Timing Chip Required) (200 RIDER LIMIT)
This event is 50 miles and will start at 6:30am. This is the only event with ‘Timed Segments’ The timing chip is include in your entry fee. If you have a ‘Race Results Chip’ please use it for this event. In the 2021 inaugural year, this group averaged more than 28mph for the timed segments so please be aware of your limits before you choose what ride to attend. Any riders who are dropped from the group must ride rules of the road and obey all traffic laws. Here is a list of the Fastest Riders from 2021
CATEGORIES FOR TRIPLE PATTY (Awards to top 3 in each)
Your competing age is your age as of December 31, 2022.
Women / Men Open
Women / Men 35-39
Women / Men 40-44
Women / Men 45-49
Women / Men 50 – 54
Women / Men 55-59
Women / Men 60+
This ride is not the typical Start to Finish format, rather it uses two, 15-mile timed section to produce results (see below). This style of Fondo allows the group to come back together and enjoy the aid stations and comfort of the group. This ride uses a high-speed chip timing placed on the fork of your bike. You can use your own chip if you own one. You must attach the high-speed timing chip to your front fork of your bike. The ride will be led by the Florida Highway Patrol.
There are two (2) timed sections of the ride. The ride will have a short 1-mile neutral start roll out from CONTE’S BIKE SHOP. The action begins at Spanish River Blvd. The Florida Highway Patrol will make every attempt to control the lights for each timed section, but there are no guarantees. Please use a typical road bike for this ride as e-bikes, tandem bikes, triathlon bikes (or bars) are not permitted on this ride.
Timed Section 1 (From Spanish River Blvd to 1/4 before Lake Ave – 15 miles). Look for the orange waving flags and finish line. After this section riders will be escorted to the next neutral stop located at the law office of title sponsor Bill Bone. The ride will stop and riders will enjoy drinks and food (Mile 25), then head back South. CLICK HERE FOR NORTH STRAVA SEGMENT
Timed Section 2 (From Lake Ave to Spanish River Blvd – top off rise – 15 miles). Look for orange waving flags and the finish line. After crossing, make a right turn and head to CONTE’S BIKE SHOP off Federal Highway for some good grub. CLICK HERE FOR SOUTH STRAVA SEGMENT
Timed Section Scoring – Each rider will be scored upon their placement in their category by time for each section. The two sections will be added up to provide a final overall time. Examples: Rider Johnny Wheels (Time Section 1: 21:23 Time Section 2: 22:33 = Total Time 43.66). Each category is ranked by total time.
DOUBLE PATTY (20mph to 25mph)
This event is 50 miles and will start immediately after the Triple Patty. This ride will be escorted by the Florida Highway patrol and will cruise at a nice pace of 20mph to 25mph. A timing chip is not required, but you will be required to wear an event number on the back of your jersey. You may use any bike you wish on this ride, but we ask that if you are using triathlon bars, you say off the bars of a rider is in front of you in the pace line. Riders will stop at office of Bill Bone, local top cycling attorney, West Palm Beach (Mile 25) for a nutrition break of goodies and then head back to CONTE’S BIKE SHOP. Riders are required to wear BIB numbers. This ride is not chipped timed. CLICK HERE FOR RIDE DIRECTIONS HEADED NORTH BY RIDE WITH GPS, STRAVA AND RELIVE. You can download a GPX file from any of these programs. The ride return in the same direction via police escort.
SINGLE PATTY (Under 20mph) – THE SOCIAL RIDE
This event is 30 miles and will start immediately after the Double Patty. This ride will be escorted by the Florida Highway patrol and will cruise at a nice pace under 20mph. A timing chip is not required, but you will be required to wear an event number on the back of your jersey. You may use any bike you wish on this ride, but we ask that if you are using triathlon bars, you say off the bars of a rider is in front of you in the pace line. Riders will stop at Lake Worth Beach (Mile 15) for a nutrition break of goodies and then head back to CONTE’S BIKE SHOP. Riders are required to wear BIB numbers. This ride is not chipped timed. The ride return in the same direction via police escort.
- Burger and Beer
- Traffic control by the Florida Highway Patrol
- Sweet designed Burger shirts that are so nice you will wear them with your favorite pair of jeans….
- Two timed sections for the Triple Patty
- Awards for age-group placement (Triple Patty)
- Event photos by VeloPista photo
- Mechanical support – CONTES’ support vehicle
- The enjoyment of riding on AIA & Ocean Ave
- Bill Bone Bike Law Nutrition Zone – Located at Mile 25 (Stocked full of great stuff)
- Gourmet Burgers by the M.E.A.T Eatery & Tap Room (we said that already)
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
Saturday, March 5, 2022
2:00 PM – Packet, Chip and Bib pick-up from 2pm to 6pm at Conte’s Bike Shop Boca Raton – Click Here for Directions on Google Maps
Sunday, March 6, 2022
5:00 AM – Packet, Chip, Bib pick-up at Conte’s Bike Shop, Boca Raton
6:30 AM – Groups Roll Out
9:30 AM- Gourmet Burgers and Beer
11:00 AM – Awards
REGISTRATION DEADLINE – Saturday, March 5, 2022 – closes at midnight (then on-site event day only is available)
TRIPLE PATTY (50-mile ride – very fast timed segments escorted by 4 Florida Highway Patrol) – $59 (Registration fee includes timing chip)
SINGLE PATTY (Under 20mph) – $39 DOUBLE PATTY (20mph to 24mph) – $49
CHIP & PACKET PICK-UP – Saturday, March 5, 2022. 2pm to 6pm at CONTE’S BIKE SHOP – 3150 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, Florida 33431 and Sunday, March 6, 2022 at 5:00am. Triple Patty participants are required to secure a timing chip (Race Results) on the fork of their bike. If you pick-up your chip on Saturday you must leave a $100 credit card deposit. On event morning you can leave a credit card deposit or driver’s license as your deposit.
PEDALS UP – Conte’s Bike Shop at 6:30am
NEUTRAL SUPPORT – Bil Bone BIke Law & Conte’s Bike Shop
BILL BONE NUTRITION ZONE – Located at Mile 25
BURGERS – The M.E.A.T Eatery & Tap Room (Check out the burger menu)
POLICE ESCORT – Florida Highway Patrol
• Plaza just North of Conte’s, 3200 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton, Florida 33431
• Primary & Specialty Care Center located at 3196 N Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, FL 33431
• M.E.A.T. Eatery & Tap room – 2831 N Federal Highway, Boca Raton, Fl 33431
PHONE – (561) 374-2994
EMAIL – firstname.lastname@example.org
• Helmet—no helmet, no ride!
• Stay on the right side of the road
• Do not cross center line of the roadway
• Water bottles cages are required – 2 bottles are preferred – We will refill you bottles at the rest stops.
• A basic tool-kit
• Tire pump or CO2 cartridges
• Appropriate riding clothing to match the weather report
• Spare tube and patch kit
• If you have odd sized tires or tubes, bring an extra spare
• Personal ID and medical insurance cards
• Cell phone