North Fork Classic

Registration Extended

Wednesday October 18th

Saturday October 21st

Mattituck Plaza on Main Road, Mattituck

Rain Delay

Saturday October 21st

Due to heavy rain forecasted for this weekend, the North Fork Classic is being rescheduled to Saturday, October 21st.

Registration has been extended to October 18th.

MPBC presents the second annual North Fork Classic, a season-closing club mini-event that visits the farms, vineyards, inlets and beaches of the northern branch of Long Island’s East End. This year’s edition features a metric (62 mi.) and a century (103 mi.) route, both starting from Mattituck Plaza on Main Road in Mattituck.

The planned date is Saturday October 14th. The ride is open to club members only, but prospects have the option of joining the ride upon registering for a membership.

This year MPBC offers a discounted ride registration if paired with a new or renewal MPBC club membership. Club memberships completed as part of NFC registration will run through April of 2025.

All registrants will also receive a 20% discount coupon for the soon-to-be-released new MPBC Club Kit.

MPBC Ride Coordinator

North Fork Classic Century – From the Farms to the Water

Start LocationMattituck Plaza
Recommended Start Time7:15 – 7:45AM
Distance103 Miles

The first half of the Century travels west from Mattituck, going through the farmlands and open roads of Northville, Riverhead and Calverton before turning north through Wading River to Wildwood State Park. From there, riders travel east back through Riverhead, Aquebogue and Jamesport, skirting the Peconic Bay side of the North Fork until Greenport, and continuing east to Orient Point State Park. Riders will then return to Mattituck along the Long Island Sound side of the North Fork, with a stop at Horton Point Lighthouse along the way.

North Fork Classic Metric – Vineyards and Villages

Start LocationMattituck Plaza
Recommended Start Time7:30 – 8:00AM
Distance62 Miles

The Metric also travels west from Mattituck until Jamesport, where it turns south and then east along the Peconic Bay side of the North Fork. Riders will continue following the bay through the villages of New Suffolk, Southold and Greenport, before heading out to Orient Point State Park. Riders will then return to Mattituck along the Long Island Sound side of the North Fork, visiting Horton Point Lighthouse and enjoying views of the vineyards all the way back.
MPBC will offer light SAG support and online links to each route and, and we will also include refreshments at the starting point.

Safety & Equipment

Make sure your bike is in good working order with properly inflated tires.  Bring one spare tube, a patch kit, and a hand pump. 

  • All riders must wear a helmet
  • Earphones are not allowed on the Tour
  • For your own safety, you must ride single file and as far to the right as is possible and safe
  • Please obey all the rules of the road.

Some roadways in the North Fork can have fast moving vehicles, thus you must exercise good care and judgment.  Please be courteous to all other users of the roads.


This ride is self-led and mostly self-supported. If you want to lead your own group or tag along with others, click here to see a list of registered riders and their routes. Make sure you have proper ID and be sure to bring a water bottle or two and drink regularly throughout the ride. Lite SAG support will be provided. 


Registration for the North Fork Classic is now closed