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NVP Fall Century Registration Opened

posted Jul 7, 2017, 4:33 PM by Lindy King

Don't miss out. Register today! Saturday, August 26, 2017 out of Lincoln Sudbury High School. 

Routes of 25, 50, 75 and 100 miles. 

Pre-registration encouraged. 

Fully supported!  

2017 Spring Banquet

posted May 25, 2017, 2:59 PM by Peter Klenk   [ updated Jun 16, 2017, 6:07 PM ]


189 Boston Post Rd East
Marlborough, MA 01752

The NVP Annual Spring Banquet will be held on Saturday, June 17, 2017, at Wildwood Steakhouse in Marlboro. Please join us to celebrate the return of pleasant cycling weather. Cocktail hour (cash bar) starts at 6:00 PM and dinner will be served at 7:00 PM.

The cost is $35 per person.

Please register and pay by Monday, June 12, either using the PayPal button below, or by sending email to social@nvpbike.org and a check to Nashoba Valley Pedalers, P.O. Box 2398, Acton, MA 01720.

Registration extended to Thursday, June 15! Please pay with the PayPal button below.

Online registration is closed.

Feel free to contact social@nvpbike.org wwith any questions of special dietary needs.



Menu

Appetizers
Crudite Platter
Coconut Shrimp
Lollipop Chicken
Stuffed Mushrooms
Farmhouse Cheese and Fruit

Entrees
(choose one)
Prime Rib
Chicken Piccata
Seared Large Scallops
Cedar Plank Salmon

Accompaniments
Idaho Baked Potato
Steamed Asparagus

Dessert
Chocolate Cake

Mass Bike: Action Alert: Stand in Solidarity for Vision Zero

posted May 18, 2017, 2:58 PM by Howard Davidson

Nashoba Valley Pedalers Inc. -- 

We need you to stand with us tomorrow morning.

On Wednesday, Mayor Walsh made public comments suggesting that safety on our streets is the responsibility of the most vulnerable - people walking and biking. This is contrary to the Mayor's declaration of the City's commitment to Vision Zero which is based on creating a built environment that is safe.

Yesterday, the Massachusetts Vision Zero Coalition formally responded to Mayor Walsh’s remarks, (see below) and we are following up with an demonstration tomorrow morning at City Hall.

We hope you will join us and hundreds of others on City Hall Plaza at 8am to stand in a silent moment of solidarity with the victims of traffic violence.

Here's how you can take part:

1. Please dress in black casual/work clothes to send the message that traffic violence affects everyone

2. Join the silent vigil at 8:15am

3. Sign a petition calling for safer streets now, which the Coalition will hand deliver the petition to the Mayor’s office at 9am

4. Spread the word and share the Facebook event

Tomorrow morning is Boston’s Bike to Work celebration. We will be respectfully participating in this event, but we also want to make sure Mayor Walsh gets our message.

There will be no formal remarks. More than enough was said during the four-hour City Council Hearing last Wednesday. Tomorrow we will stand in silence for the people - including many of you - who have been impacted by traffic violence in Boston.

We hope you will stand with us.

"The Black Cyclone"

posted May 9, 2017, 9:01 AM by Lindy King


Crowdfunding kicks off movie project 
The producers of the feature film "The Black Cyclone" send thanks to everyone who contributed to their Indiegogo campaign. The crowdfunding will help filmmakers John Howard and Rashid Bahati complete their business plan and line up key players. We can't wait to see the Major Taylor story on the big screen.
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George Street Bike Challenge for Major Taylor

posted May 9, 2017, 8:58 AM by Lindy King

WIN A BIKE! 
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We're raffling off a Fuji Sportif 2.3 road bike from Barney's Bicycle -- and other cool prizes -- at the George Street Bike Challenge for Major Taylor on Sunday, July 23, in Worcester, Mass. You don't have to enter the race to enter the raffle. Tickets are $5 per chance, or $12 for three, or $20 for six.

Registration is open for the George Street Bike Challenge. See how fast you can pedal up a steep street that was a proving ground for Major Taylor, back when it was paved with cobblestones.
See more raffle prizes and get tickets
Register for George Street

MAY IS BIKE MONTH !!!

posted May 2, 2017, 6:40 AM by Lindy King

Have you signed up for the League's National Bike Challenge? Join us to win one of 70 prizes every month! Ride with your friends, family and coworkers and encourage your #bikefriends to ride.

Check out bikeleague.org/bikemonth for tips and tools to encourage biking in May and beyond.

2017 National Bike Challenge

posted Apr 25, 2017, 6:23 PM by Lindy King

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As a past National Bike Challenge participant, we are excited to share the new and improved 2017 National Bike Challenge site is now open and ready for you! The all-new National Bike Challenge is built for everyone, from avid road bikers to commuters to "once-in-awhile-for-fun" riders. Ride with us anywhere, anytime May 1 through September 30. Hosted by the League of American Bicyclists and with the generous support of 3M, our goal is to provide you with a free and fun Challenge experience for years to come.

A major change this year is the use of a single tracking platform (Strava) to log your rides. We are using Strava to support bicycle advocacy organizations and cities in their efforts to make biking safer in your community by understanding where we all ride. Track with your smartphone or GPS device, or manually log rides online using Strava. Prefer another fitness tracker? Not a problem! Tapiriik (recommended for Endomondo) and FitnessSyncer (great for Map My Ride) can sync your rides to Strava.

We have over 70 prizes to give away each month, including bicycle gear and the ever-popular year’s supply of TP!

To register for the Challenge, follow these easy steps:

  1. Go to nationalbikechallenge.org
  2. Select “Connect with Strava” to create or login to your Strava account
  3. Log your rides with Strava or your favorite app and you are good to go!


Welcome back to the National Bike Challenge. We look forward to riding with you again! 

National Bike Challenge team

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The League of American Bicyclists is leading the movement to create a Bicycle Friendly America for everyone. As leaders, our commitment is to listen and learn, define standards and share best practices to engage diverse communities and build ​a powerful, unified voice for change.

 

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Charles River Wheelers Spring Century: 5/21/2017

posted Apr 24, 2017, 10:08 AM by Lindy King

North To New Hampshire

CRW Annual Spring Century

Sunday, May 21, 2017 

We are celebrating the 21st running of the Spring century, one of our most popular events as evidenced by the many repeat riders from year to year. We aslo sell out weeks before the event. Don't get shut out and signup now.

Join one of three strikingly beautiful routes of 100, 62 and 50 miles on slightly rolling rural roads through the Merrimack Valley of northeastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. Our 100-mile ride will take you through charming towns like Kensington, Exeter and Hampton Falls, NH. The other routes travel through such towns as Boxford, Groveland and Topsfield. All routes pass through the Harold Parker State Forest. You will enjoy food and drink at rest stops along the route, food and refreshments at the finish, as well as a sense of accomplishment completing a route with hundreds of other riders.

This ride is ADVANCE REGISTRATION ONLY and will be limited to 700 riders. You must pre-register to participate. Click here for more information.

Wachusett Hill Climb

posted Apr 12, 2017, 2:07 PM by Lindy King   [ updated Apr 12, 2017, 3:07 PM ]

Wachusett Mountain Hill Climb

is scheduled for Saturday, May 13th with a 9:30am wave start. It's a
3.7 mile course with 1162' gain. There is a cash purse to the top 3
overall male and female riders and all competitors receive t-shirts,
water bottles and goodie bags along with a post-race lunch.

Full information can be found on our website at
www.opt-performance.com/wachusett-hill-climb

And registration is available at www.bikereg.com/wachusett-mountain-hill-climb


Bike New England: Cycling routes & trails

posted Mar 27, 2017, 8:27 AM by Lindy King


Bike New England

Cycling routes and trails in the American Northeast, and beyond!

Bicycle touring

Bicycle tours on trails

Cycling the Erie Canal Richard CostelloBicycling The Erie Canal - Richard S. Costello July 1, 2016 Greetings Gordon, Just a simple note to say, that recently I took advantage of your Erie Canal “ride with gps” ride posted online, and traveled the route in exact detail. I had a great time cycling across New York State, and thus turned my adventures into a book just…
Trans Canada Trail mapTrans Canada Trail - 20,581 km of trail, 13 provinces & territories The longest recreational trail in the world, The Great Trail offers a wide range of activities through a variety of landscapes, urban, rural and wilderness, along greenways, waterways and roadways. The network of the Trans Canada Trail is made up of more than 400 community trails.  
Cycle the Erie CanalCycle the Erie Canal - Cycle the Erie Canal is an eight-day, 400-mile, fully supported recreational bicycle tour from Buffalo to Albany, NY. It follows the historic and scenic Erie Canal. Nearly three-quarters of the ride is off-road on the traffic-free Canalway Trail. Sponsored by Parks & Trails New York 2015 Cycle the Erie Canal maps and mileages DAY 1: CYCLE…
Cycling across America on dirt trailsRide across the US on dirt - How to cross the entire country on dirt trails Read the article
GAP and C&O Canal trailGreat Appalachian Passage and C&O Canal tour - The GAP and C&O Trail 330 miles of trail from Pittsburgh to Washington DC The 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage connects with the 184.5-mile C&O Canal Towpath at Cumberland, Maryland , creating a 334.5-mile motorized vehicle-free stone dust/ packed stone cycling trail between Pittsburgh PAand Washington, DC. The GAP trail follows abandoned rail beds and thus…
Ride the Divide - Ride the Divide is an awe-inspiring award-winning feature film about the world’s toughest mountain bike race, cycling 2700 miles along the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains. The imagery is beautiful and the story follows three racers who attempt to pedal from Banff, Canada to the Mexican border. View the 2 minute movie trailer below:…
The Lake Champlain Bikeway - The Champlain Bikeway circles around the entire Lake and along the Richelieu River in Quebec on mostly paved rural roads. Connecting theme loops, ranging in distance from 10 to 47 miles in length, follow both paved and unpaved roads. Paved alternates for unpaved sections are not offered for theme loops. Two bridges and four ferry crossings…
GAP and C&O Trail Tour - The GAP and C&O Trail 330 miles of trail from Pittsburgh to Washington DC. The 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage connects with the 184.5-mile C&O Canal Towpath at Cumberland, Maryland , creating a 334.5-mile motorized vehicle-free stone dust/ packed stone cycling trail between Pittsburgh PAand Washington, DC. The GAP trail follows abandoned rail beds and thus has…
GAP and C&O Trail bicycle rideC&O Towpath and Great Allegheny Passage - The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal is 184 miles long, starting on the north bank of the Potomac River from Washington, DC and ending in Cumberland, MD. Much of the canal has been drained and reforested but the towpath along the canal remains popular for hiking and cycling. The towpath surface is hard-packed dirt for much…
Erie Canal Heritage TrailErie Canal Heritage Trail - The Erie Canal Heritage Trail follows a former towpath 85 miles along the Erie Canal, from Lockport, New York, to Palmyra, New York .  Trail Access: Lockport I-90 to Depew Exit 49. Rt 78 (Transit Road) north 15 miles. Right on Rt 31 east 2.5 miles. Left on Cold Springs Road 0.5 miles to parking.…

Bicycle tours on this site

White Mountains to the Sea - White Mountains to the Sea, August 20-25, 2017 This tour combines two days of riding in the White Mountains – with some serious climbing but also grand vistas, two days of easier riding in southwest Maine, and a free day in the great and lively city of Portland – with three day-ride options for those who…
Cycling the Erie Canal Richard CostelloBicycling The Erie Canal - Richard S. Costello July 1, 2016 Greetings Gordon, Just a simple note to say, that recently I took advantage of your Erie Canal “ride with gps” ride posted online, and traveled the route in exact detail. I had a great time cycling across New York State, and thus turned my adventures into a book just…
Trans Canada Trail mapTrans Canada Trail - 20,581 km of trail, 13 provinces & territories The longest recreational trail in the world, The Great Trail offers a wide range of activities through a variety of landscapes, urban, rural and wilderness, along greenways, waterways and roadways. The network of the Trans Canada Trail is made up of more than 400 community trails.  
Northampton Quabbin Reservoir bicycle rideNorthampton MA to Rockland ME - This requested tour was designed to start in Northampton Massachusetts and ended in Rockland Maine. Other persons using these routes will need to find alternative overnight locations.The route takes a mix of local roads and highways to Westford and Newburyport MA, then follows generally follows the New Hampshire and Maine coast to Rockland. Roads are selected to optimize…
Portneuf-Saguenay-Lac Saint-Jean velo camping tour - In July, 2007, we spent 9 days on a bicycle camping trip that took us along the Saguenay River, the only fjord on the North American Continent, all the way to Lac St-Jean, the last major outpost of civilization north of Quebec City. Throughout most of the trip, we were able to follow la Route Verte,…
Penobscot Peninsula and Mount Desert Island cycling tourPenobscot four day tour - Day 1: Camden to Stonington. Ride inland around Camden Hills State Park, with some coastal sections on Rt. 1. Reaching Orland and Bucksport continue to Stonington on Deer Isle. View Larger Map View at RidewithGPS Day 2 Stonington to Bar Harbor: From Stonington the ride hugs the southern shore of the Penobscot Peninsula, goes through Blue Hill and on to…
Cycle the Erie CanalCycle the Erie Canal - Cycle the Erie Canal is an eight-day, 400-mile, fully supported recreational bicycle tour from Buffalo to Albany, NY. It follows the historic and scenic Erie Canal. Nearly three-quarters of the ride is off-road on the traffic-free Canalway Trail. Sponsored by Parks & Trails New York 2015 Cycle the Erie Canal maps and mileages DAY 1: CYCLE…
Moosa bicycle rideThe MOOSA tour, Maine, New Hampshire and Quebec - The MOOSA tour, “Maine’s Original Outstanding Superadventure” was  a Maine-NH-Quebec cycling tour offered in 2009 and 2011. Click on the maps to view each day and download files at RideWithGPS. Read a personal description of the tour at Messages from the Pale Blue Dot.  
Beauharnois bicycle pathCycling Montreal to Ottawa - This easy cycling trip is designed for 30-50 km rides, enjoying Quebec’s dedicated bike paths in the area from Montreal to Ottawa. Day 1, Montreal: Two large inns in Montreal participate in the “Bienvenue cyclists” network: Hotel Pomerol 819 boul. de Maisonneuve Est, (800)361-6896 ; and Hotel St-Dennis 1254, RUE ST-DENIS, (800) 291-5927 Day 2,…
Big Ride Across America - In the summer of 2000, I joined 200 people young and old, biking across the United States from Seattle, Washington to Washington, DC to raise funds for the American Lung Association. These seven weeks were an extraordinary event in my life–Gordon Harris, ike New England June 16 I flew in to Seattle today, connecting in…
Finger Lakes Bicycle camping tourFinger Lakes bicycle camping tour - Start: Arrive at Cayuga Lake State Park near Seneca Falls, where you will camp for the night. Day 1: Today we bike the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake to Ithaca, total 53 miles. We’ll camp for the night at Robert Treman State Park. Ithaca has a great downtown area. A visit to Cornell University offers…
Cycling Montreal, Laurentides, Gatineau, Ottawa and Ottawa River - This week-long tour is built around Le P’Tit Train du Nord, a 200 km (120 mile) bicycle path that originates just north of Montreal and continues to Mont Laurier in the Laurentian Mountains (referred to as the Laurentides in French). The loop continues south from there to Ottawa, and then along the Ottawa River before…
Cycling across America on dirt trailsRide across the US on dirt - How to cross the entire country on dirt trails Read the article
Catskill bicycle camping tourCatskill-Delaware River bicycle camping tour (long version) - This tour begins and ends at Kenneth L Wilson Campground, , 859 Wittenberg Road, Mt. Tremper, NY. The first day heads west through the Catskills, the second day follows the Delaware River to Port Jervis NY, the third day offers an option of loops along the river and through High Point State Park, and the…
Berkshire Cycle Touring - This scenic self-guided week-long tour of the popular Berkshires in western Massachusetts takes you into neighboring Connecticut, Vermont and New York State. These routes begin from the Windflower Inn in Great Barrington, MA and two nights at the Maple Terrace Motel in Williamstown, MA. Daily Ride options are 30-45 miles, with a nice mixture of…
Bicycle tour of Prince Edward IslandCycling tour of Prince Edward Island (counter-clockwise version) - This cycling tour of Prince Edward Island starts in Charlottetown, PEI and follows the coastline counterclockwise. View the clockwise version of this same tour. Options are given for each day to shorten the ride. Start Location: Charlottetown, PEI Overview Overview map PDF PRINT MAP FROM BROWSER Inns: Rodd Charlottetown, 75 Kent St, Charlottetown 902-894-7371 ‎ roddvacations.com…
Prince Edward Island bicycle rideCycling tour of Prince Edward Island (clockwise version) - This cycling tour of Prince Edward Island starts in Charlottetown, PEI and follows the coastline clockwise Start Location: Charlottetown, PEI Inns: Rodd Charlottetown,  75 Kent St, Charlottetown 902-894-7371 ‎ roddvacations.com Best Western Charlottetown 238 Grafton St, Charlottetown, 902-892-2461 ‎bestwesterncharlottetown.ca The Great George,  58 Great George St, Charlottetown, 902-892-0606 ‎thegreatgeorge.com The Holman Grand Hotel,  123 Grafton…
Cycling Acadia: Bar Harbor, Mount Desert Island and the Schoodic Peninsula - Some of our favorite bicycle rides are in Acadia, which is a national park on Mount Desert Island, a beautiful area attached to mainland Maine by a short bridge. You’ll find several days of wonderful cycling here. Inn: Bar Harbor The nearest large airport is Bangor International, about an hour away, taking Rt. 3 the…
Coastal Maine cycling tourCoastal Maine Cycling Tour: Camden to Acadia and back - Coastal Maine Cycling Tour Day 1: Camden to Stonington Ride inland around Camden Hills State Park, with some coastal sections on Rt. 1. Reaching Orland and Bucksport continue to Stonington on Deer Isle. Distance: 88 miles. Camden Inns Camden Hills State Park Campground.  Cue Sheet Route Map GPX Track View in Google Maps Stonington inns…
GAP and C&O Canal trailGreat Appalachian Passage and C&O Canal tour - The GAP and C&O Trail 330 miles of trail from Pittsburgh to Washington DC The 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage connects with the 184.5-mile C&O Canal Towpath at Cumberland, Maryland , creating a 334.5-mile motorized vehicle-free stone dust/ packed stone cycling trail between Pittsburgh PAand Washington, DC. The GAP trail follows abandoned rail beds and thus…
Berkshires to Boston (2014 route) - The Berkshires to Boston Bicycle Tour route introduces riders to the best of Massachusetts cycling – lots of peaceful roads, good pavement and magnificent scenery and some fun, urban riding on bike paths, bike lanes and community streets. Riders on the 2013 tour gave high marks to the Berkshires to Boston Tour route. Visit the…
Ride the Divide - Ride the Divide is an awe-inspiring award-winning feature film about the world’s toughest mountain bike race, cycling 2700 miles along the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains. The imagery is beautiful and the story follows three racers who attempt to pedal from Banff, Canada to the Mexican border. View the 2 minute movie trailer below:…
The Lake Champlain Bikeway - The Champlain Bikeway circles around the entire Lake and along the Richelieu River in Quebec on mostly paved rural roads. Connecting theme loops, ranging in distance from 10 to 47 miles in length, follow both paved and unpaved roads. Paved alternates for unpaved sections are not offered for theme loops. Two bridges and four ferry crossings…
North Berkshire cycling tour - Based at the Maple Terrace Motel in Williamstown, Massachusetts.Rides are 35-50 miles with terrain varying from the flat Ashuwillticook Rail Trail to the challenging climb over Mount Greylock. Google Map for Maple Terrace Motel. Brodie Mountain / Jiminy Peak Loop with Petersburg Pass extra 7.5 mile option. This ride takes Rt. 7 south to New…
Cycle Massachusetts 2015 Northampton MA - Cycle Massachusetts State Bike Tour, “The Friendliest Ride In The East” August 1-7, 2015, Northampton, Hardwick, Greenfield; 2 nights in each location. Start and end at Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School,  80 Locust St. Northampton, MA. The Cycle Massachusetts State Bike Tour supports MassBike and better biking for Massachusetts. Saturday, August 1st Loop rides starting and ending in Northampton, MA. Three ride distances;…
Vermont – New Hampshire – Eastern Townships 4 Day Cycling Tour - This tour averages approximately 90 miles per day, starting from Newport Vermont. The ride heads east on the first day to New Hampshire with the option to ride south and back north along the Connecticut river. The second day continues north through New Hampshire wilderness over the border to Lac Megantic in Quebec. The third…
Adirondacks 5 day tour - Adirondack Tour 2015 This tour begins and ends in Inlet, NY. Ride distances are up to 100 miles per day, with shorter versions available. Overview 5 Day Tour This tour begins and ends in Inlet, NY. OVERVIEW MAP …………………………………………………………………………………. Day 1 Inlet to Saranac Lake, long version, 98 miles MAP + CUE PDF TCX Course…
GAP and C&O Trail Tour - The GAP and C&O Trail 330 miles of trail from Pittsburgh to Washington DC. The 150-mile Great Allegheny Passage connects with the 184.5-mile C&O Canal Towpath at Cumberland, Maryland , creating a 334.5-mile motorized vehicle-free stone dust/ packed stone cycling trail between Pittsburgh PAand Washington, DC. The GAP trail follows abandoned rail beds and thus has…
Catskill-Delaware Water Gap tour - Catskill-Delaware River Cycling tour (60 mile days) This tour begins and ends at Kenneth L Wilson Campground, , 859 Wittenberg Road, Mt. Tremper, NY . The first day heads west through the Catskills, the second day continues through the Catskills and then turns sound along the Delaware River to Narrowsburg, the third day continues along…
Five Borough bicycle rideNYC Five Borough Bicycle Tour - The TD Bank Five Boro Bike Tour of New York City travels through the five boroughs of New York City on car-free roads, thanks to the cooperation of City agencies and officials. Riders enter the start lineup from Battery Park, at the southern tip of Manhattan (map) View 55 mile ride from 2012 below: Route…
GAP and C&O Trail bicycle rideC&O Towpath and Great Allegheny Passage - The Chesapeake & Ohio Canal is 184 miles long, starting on the north bank of the Potomac River from Washington, DC and ending in Cumberland, MD. Much of the canal has been drained and reforested but the towpath along the canal remains popular for hiking and cycling. The towpath surface is hard-packed dirt for much…
Erie Canal Heritage TrailErie Canal Heritage Trail - The Erie Canal Heritage Trail follows a former towpath 85 miles along the Erie Canal, from Lockport, New York, to Palmyra, New York .  Trail Access: Lockport I-90 to Depew Exit 49. Rt 78 (Transit Road) north 15 miles. Right on Rt 31 east 2.5 miles. Left on Cold Springs Road 0.5 miles to parking.…
Trans New Hampshire bicycle rideTrans-New Hampshire bicycle ride: June 23-25, 2017 - The annual TRANS-NH BIKE RIDE benefits The Muscular Dystrophy Association. The ride provides quality support and accommodations for participants. All the funds raised will remain in NH helping our friends and neighbors who are affected by this difficult and life-threatening disease. Over the past 5 years expenses have averaged 12.7% of the total funds raised.  100% of the expenses are direct…
Lenox to North Adams2012 Mass Bike Pike Tour - The 2012 Mass Bike Pike Tour is a four day loop, starting in Great Barrington, heading through New York State to North Adams MA, south to Lenox and returning to Great Barrington on the fourth day with some challenging rides. Day 1: Great Barrington to New Lebanon, NY Route at RideWithGPS View and print cue…

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Cycle the Seacoast is a one-day American Lung Association event. With 25, 50 or 100 mile options to choose from, there is something for everyone as you enjoy the water views along the historic Seacoast in New Hampshire.
Location: Portsmouth, NH
Date: May 7, 2017
Use code SAVE15 for a discounted registration.
trek-maine.jpgThe Trek Across Maine is a 2 & 3 day American Lung Association cycling event from the mountains of Sunday River to the sea in Belfast. Join more than 2,000 cyclists and 750 volunteers on this one of a kind journey on Father’s Day Weekend. Use code TREK17 for a discounted registration.
Dates: June 16-18 for the 3 day ride; June 17 & 18 for the two day ride
Start: Sunday River, Newry, ME
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