06/03/2018 9:15 am - 06/03/2018 9:16 am
Leader: Bryan; Co-Leader: Holly; Social Ride Leader: Donna
One of the flattest rides of the season with a food break at the 20-mile mark. 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. Unlike other GMBC rides, this one splits between the short and long at the beginning.
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.
06/10/2018 9:15 am - 06/10/2018 9:16 am
Leader: Tom Kennedy; Co-Leader: Glen Brooks; Social Ride Leader: Donna Leban
This route travels south through Huntington via the beautiful Hinesburg Hollow Road. The short route is 25 miles (M) and returns to Williston via North Road while the long one is 47 miles (M/S) and continues through North Ferrisburgh to the lake and back through Hinesburg. The social ride will be a less hilly alternative route.
Meet by the tennis courts at Williston Central School
06/17/2018 9:15 am - 06/17/2018 9:16 am
Leader: Ralph, Co-Leader: Amy; Social Ride Leader: Donna
Both rides head out Lake Road and across the bicycle-friendly Champlain Bridge. The 43-mile route (M) stops at Crown Point while the 55-mile route (M) makes a loop on the New York side through Port Henry
07/01/2018 8:45 am - 07/01/2018 8:46 am
Leader: Brian; Co-Leader: Matt; Social Ride Leader: Donna
The mostly flat 60 mile (M) loop heads up from Grand Isle over the Rouse’s Point Bridge and down through scenic, low-traffic lakeside roads in New York and returns via the Grand Isle Ferry. The short ride (50 miles – E/M) circles Isle LaMotte and returns on the Vermont side. Both the leader and co-leader will ride the long loop.
Meet at Grand Isle Ferry Parking Lot. Those coming from the Burlington area may consider carpooling from UVM or Dorset Park, South Burlington.
07/29/2018 7:45 am - 07/29/2018 7:46 am
Social Ride Leader: Donna
This ride starts with the ferry to Port Kent and heads north to the recreation path through the Old Air Base into Plattsburgh. From Plattsburgh, riders will take the ferry across to Grand Isle and down to South Hero. Riders then have the option of taking the Local Motion ferry to Colchester and the Burlington Bike Path (43 E/M with packed gravel) or following the Champlain Bikeway on Routes 2 and 7 (50 M). Bring money for the ferries. Meet at 7:45 to catch the 8:10 ferry.