Bike around the Buttes
Double Scoop w/Nuts (100)
Single Scoops w/Nuts (65)
​Classic Scoop (40)
Lil Scop (20)

Please feel free to contact us with questions and comments. We try to respond to all inquiries within 24 hours.
Bike around the Buttes
Yuba-Sutter Children's Type 1 Diabetes Support Group & Resource Center
Our Office is located at 990 Klamath Ln Suite 1, Yuba City, CA 95993

Bike around the Buttes Event Start Location:
7740 Butte House Road at Acacia in Sutter, CA 95982
Follow Hwy 20 towards Colusa
Turn Right on Acacia Ave
Turn Right on Butte House Road
The SYO building is located across from Sutter High School
7740 Butte House Road
Parking is available at Sutter High School and is first come, first served
​Please arrive early to ensure a good spot, and be aware of the no parking/tow away signs

There is no valet or metered parking at this event.
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Driving Directions
6:00 AM - 6:30 AM
​6:30-7:00 AM
7:30-8:30 AM
8:30-10:00 AM

Frequently Asked Questions

When and How do I sign-up for the 2020 ride?

You can sign-up here at by downloading the mail-in form, coming in to our office, or visiting our "SIGN UP" page and click on the link or by coming to the "Day of" Registration booth on the day of the Ride.  Register early as the prices get a little higher as the ride approaches due to the high volume of business. 

How do I get to the Sutter Youth Organization (SYO) Building so I can check in and ride?

Check out our map above to get turn by turn directions to our starting location.


Take Hwy 20 towards Colusa, turn Right on Acacia Ave (North), turn Right onto Butte House Road (East). The building is located across the street from Sutter High School.  Parking is available at the high school.  You will be directed where to park when you enter the lot. 

Where can I find the map for the ride?

GPS link on "Sign Up" page or the "Route" page.

How can I purchase my t-shirt, I conquered the Century medal, Clue Clip etc.?

You can purchase a shirt when you register online, choose your shirt size when you fill out and mail your registration form, or just visit our souvenir booth on the Day of the Ride.​ Let our registration volunteers know what you purchased when you check in.

How difficult are the courses really? (Hilly or Flat)
All courses contain a 7 mile stretch of rolling hills.  These slight hills make a total modest incline of 350 ft with a maximum grade of 3%.  The 100 mile course is detailed on the Century map.

What is at the Rest Stops?

In addition to our friendly volunteers, each rest stop has a variety of energy sustaining foods. While each rest stop will vary slightly, you will generally find water, Gatorade, oranges, kiwis, bananas, rice cakes, peanut butter, energy bars, licorice, and delicious various mini loafs of bread, homemade by our own Woman's Lions Club. Every rest stop is equipped with bathrooms, sunscreen, a first aid kit, and a radio support person (SAG).  Rest stops on the longer routes will also have sports drinks, GU Gel, garlic potatoes and energy bars!

What's for Lunch?
Fernando's Cali Kitchen will be serving up 3 street tacos (chicken, beef & pork) refried beans, rice, & a side salad! Dessert included in your meal. 

Where can I stay while I am visiting? 

Hampton Inn & Suites 1375 Sunsweet Blvd. Yuba City, Ca. (530) 751-1714 or Best Western Yuba City Inn 894 W.Onstott Rd. Yuba City, CA. (530) 674-1650

                                                      Massage Therapy: 

Julie's Massage Therapy will be available after your ride for a donation. Find Julie and her staff in the park in the shady area under the tent for your achy muscles. Relax and enjoy!


Where is my money going?

100% of the money raised at this event goes to the Yuba-Sutter Children's Type 1 Diabetes Support Group & Resource Center.  We provide a support network for newly diagnosed children and their families during the distressing time of initial diagnosis.  Our group helps kids from birth to age 18 and works to provide fun activities for the children and valuable information and support to their care-givers.  We also have a Resource Center located at 990 Klamath Lane Suite 1, Yuba City, CA 95993, where we provide free information to Type 1 & 2 Diabetics.  Our Resource Center provides free classes to the community on a variety of topics from Understanding Type 2 Diabetes to general Health & Wellness classes that promote a healthy life style and exercise. 

For more information or to find out how to donate/volunteer please call: 

530-763-4171 or email us @

How long is each ride going to take me?

While the amount of time every ride lasts depends on the rider, on average...

The 20 mile should take approximately 1.5 to 2.5  hours

The 40 mile should take 3 to 5 hours

The 65 mile should take 4 to 6 hours

The 100 should take 6 to 7 hours 

Contact the Resource Center 
        M,W,TH 10 AM - 2 PM and Tues. 1 PM - 5 PM
Helmets are Required!