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    Grand Isles Flats

    9:15 am-9:16 am
    06/03/2018
    75 South St, South Hero, VT 05486, USA
    75 South St, South Hero, VT 05486, USA

    Leader: Bryan; Co-Leader: Holly; Social Ride Leader: Donna

    **Please note: this cue sheet was updated for 2018! One of the flattest rides of the season.  The 28-mile ride (E/M) circles Grand Isle and includes some dirt.  The pace will be more casual than the long ride.  Riders on the 58-mile (M) ride can visit St. Anne’s Shrine (bathrooms and picnic tables but no food) and also a fossil bed.  This new cue sheet shows that the short and long rides will travel the same route north visiting the eastern shore of Grand Isle. The rides separate when the long ride heads over the bridge to North Hero and the 28-mile ride stays on Grand Isle.

    All rides start at Folsom School, South Street in South Hero – Those coming from the Burlington area may consider carpooling from the Colchester Park and Ride, Exit 17 off I-89, UVM or Veterans Memorial Park in South Burlington.

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