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pie ride 2023


When: Saturday, June 15, 2024


Where: Town Square - Downtown Janesville

              65 South River Street

              Janesville, WI 53548


Family Fun Route, 20K, 50K, or 100K routes

After the ride, stay and enjoy our hospitality tent with drinks provided by Rock County Brewing and music provided by the Johnny Nelson Band and don't forget to visit the Janesville Farmer's Market right next door on Festival Street!


Course opens at 7 am with a rolling start - riders may head out any time. Shotgun start at 8 am.

Course closes at 2 pm.


Please plan your start time based on your route and expected finish time.


We will follow the State of Wisconsin and Rock County guidelines to ensure our riders and volunteers stay safe.  This page will be updated with any safety precautions, which will evolve over the time leading up to the Pie Ride.  

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Early bird online pre-registration and payment is due by
May 24, 2023:




Effective May 24, rates will increase to:





*Family registrations are limited to two adults and children 17 years old and younger.


All riders receive a long sleeve t-shirt and a pie.


 Family registration has limit to two (2) pies and four (4) shirts.

 We do not offer any youth size shirts.

routes and rest stops

Links to the 50K and 100K maps will be added in the spring once routes are confirmed. The Family Fun Route and 20K leave the Town Square heading South on River Road to the bike trail and then follow the bike trail to Schieffer Park, with a turn-around for families at any point on the bike trail.


High quality rest stops open at 8 am and close at 2 pm.


SAG vehicles are also on the courses until 2 pm.


Helmets are required for all riders - no exceptions.  

Additional safety guidelines are provided by the National Highway Safety Traffic Administration.


Register online

Click here 

Register by mail


Please complete the registration form and send it along with the payment to following address: 


                  Janesville Morning Rotary

                  P.O. Box 645

                  Janesville, WI 53547


***Make checks payable to: Janesville Morning Rotary

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about us

Chartered June 30, 1983, the Janesville Morning Rotary Club is one of Janesville's most fun and engaged service clubs. We are recognized as an active club that accomplishes many fund-raising tasks. We accomplish many projects while taking into consideration our members time constraints and personal, and business commitments.

The Janesville Morning Rotary Club meets every Thursday at 6:45 a.m. for a breakfast program at Rotary Gardens Parker Educational Center. We have breakfast and timely programs featuring guest speakers of interest to our membership. We also like to give our members the opportunity to highlight their own businesses and success stories during our meetings. We try to complete meetings by 7:45 a.m. allowing members to be to work in a timely manner.

The Pie Ride is one of our two big annual fundraisers. Every year we donate 100% of the proceeds back into the community, supporting causes like the YMCA, Echo food bank, and the Boys and Girls Club. Last year we raised more than $20,000 from the Pie Ride! Thank you for supporting Janesville!

about our members

We are a medium sized club of 35-40 active members. The Janesville Morning Rotary Club members span all ages and occupations. Our members represent some of the most prestigious and respected businesses and organizations in Janesville. Among those industries represented are medical professionals, legal, retail, hospitality, education, transportation, accounting and consulting, and many members who proudly own and operate their own businesses.

Regardless of our size, no member goes unnoticed or unrecognized. Each member plays an important role, no matter how small, in making Rotary an enviable asset to our community. We recognize each members business throughout the year during weekly meetings by giving members the opportunity to inform all of us what their business is and what they do. After all, Paul Harris's idea was to promote fellowship among business acquaintances.

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