Central Vermont Cycling Tourhttp://thegmbc.com/event/central-vermont-cycling-tour/
Start time: sign in and start anytime between 8 AM and 10 AM
Contact: Greg Western; email@example.com, 802-498-0079
Location: Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks, 1168 County Rd, Montpelier, VT 05602
Link to cue sheets: http://crossvermont.org/events/cvct/about.php
Description: It’s a classic – scenic bike tour exploring backroads in the towns north of Montpelier. Choose from 15, 30 and 60 mile routes. Short route is family friendly and gradual. The long route is demanding, with 6000 feet of elevation gain. Well marked course, four food stops, full cookout at end of ride. $50 registration is a donation to the Cross Vermont Trail – working to connect neighborhoods, schools and parks with safe, fun bike trails.
Jaunt from Jasper Mine2 Jasper Mine Rd, Colchester, VT 05446, USAhttp://thegmbc.com/touring/Routes%20Data/GMBC-JasperMineJaunt.pdf2 Jasper Mine Rd, Colchester, VT 05446, USA
Leader: Dorothy; Co-Leader: Tom
This rolling hill ride (60 M/S) passes through Georgia and Milton before heading to St. Albans Bay for a lunch break and over to Swanton. The shorter version (40 M) turns around after the lunch stop. This ride has a short stretch along the shore of the Lamoille River and a longer stretch along Lake Champlain.
Meet at Jasper Mine Road, off Route 2 heading towards Grand Isle. Parking is limited at the start. Overflow parking is available at the Colchester Park and Ride on Route 7, just north of Chimney Corner (junction of Routes 2 and 7). Allow a few minutes to ride from the Park and Ride to the GMBC ride start.
- 2626.June.MondayNo events
- 2727.June.TuesdayNo events
- 2828.June.WednesdayNo events
Westford Village1 Bixby Hill Rd, Essex Junction, VT 05452, USAhttp://thegmbc.com/timetrial/courses/WestfordVillage.html1 Bixby Hill Rd, Essex Junction, VT 05452, USA
Timers: K Bessett, D White
- 3030.June.FridayNo events
- 0101.July.SaturdayNo events
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