Franklin Forty Gravel Bike for the Lake

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September 30, 2023 All day

Franklin Forty Gravel Bike for the Lake

The Friends of Northern Lake Champlain together with the Franklin County mountain bike club are putting on a gravel ride in northern Franklin County September 30. The ride will start and end at the Choiniere farm trails, 3550 Gore Rd., Highgate Center. Vermont. There will be a 43 mile and a 17 mile loop. Registration includes lunch, socks, and a rest area.  More information can be found at https://www.friendsofnorthernlakechamplain.org/bike-for-the-lake-savethedate

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