Upper Valley Weekend: Pomfret Perambulations

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July 5, 2020 9:00 am - 9:01 am

Upper Valley Weekend: Pomfret Perambulations

North Side of South Royalton Green
Address: 194 Chelsea St, South Royalton, VT 05068, USA

Register at Upper Valley Weekend – Pomfret Pedaling - 07/05/2020 (Sunday) (no fee). https://buytickets.at/greenmountainbicycleclub/388932

Upper Valley Weekend – Pomfret Perambulations – This 50-mile ride (M/S) heads up Howe Hill, then down the lovely Pomfret Road to West Hartford and the White River. After a climb over the hill to Woodstock, we’ll ride along River Road to pick up Route 12. Another climb will bring you into Barnard and a stop at the excellent general store by lovely Silver Lake. North Road provides you with some lovely views to the west, then back 107 to 14 to the Royalton green.

Meeting Place: North side of the South Royalton Green

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  • September 26, 2020 All day

     Specifics for each ride (e.g. mandatory sign-up link, start time, weather, parking) are announced through the GMBC email list.

    Start times vary during the year. Riding with front and rear lights is recommended all season.

    For more information, please see Sat Training Rides.

  • September 30, 2020 6:00 pm - September 30, 2020 8:00 pm

    Start times vary during the year (because of the sunset)!! Riding with front and rear lights is recommended all season. Check GMBC email list for current start time.

    • Early season (through April): on the road at 5:30 PM or earlier
    • Prime season (May through August): on the road at 6:00 PM
    • Late season (September until 24 October): on the road at 5:30 PM or earlier
    • Bad weather (current or imminent): most likely cancels ride

    Visit Wed Training Rides for additional information.

    Questions? Send John an email

  • October 3, 2020 All day

     Specifics for each ride (e.g. mandatory sign-up link, start time, weather, parking) are announced through the GMBC email list.

    Start times vary during the year. Riding with front and rear lights is recommended all season.

    For more information, please see Sat Training Rides.

  • October 4, 2020 10:00 am - October 4, 2020 10:05 am

    In April and October we normally have leaderless rides from a set location.  We will not be holding these rides this year due to Covid-19 but if anyone is interested in leading a ride please contact Phyl@together.net .

    Informal touring ride. Touring rides in April and October do not have assigned leaders and do not have a planned route. Due to often unpredictable weather during those months, distance and route is determined by whomever shows up. Only the start/meeting site is predetermined. There may be one or more groups and/or destinations.

    No valid "end" times are listed for touring rides because of differences in riders' speed and distance traveled.

  • October 7, 2020 6:00 pm - October 7, 2020 8:00 pm

    Start times vary during the year (because of the sunset)!! Riding with front and rear lights is recommended all season. Check GMBC email list for current start time.

    • Early season (through April): on the road at 5:30 PM or earlier
    • Prime season (May through August): on the road at 6:00 PM
    • Late season (September until 24 October): on the road at 5:30 PM or earlier
    • Bad weather (current or imminent): most likely cancels ride

    Visit Wed Training Rides for additional information.

    Questions? Send John an email

  • October 10, 2020 All day

     Specifics for each ride (e.g. mandatory sign-up link, start time, weather, parking) are announced through the GMBC email list.

    Start times vary during the year. Riding with front and rear lights is recommended all season.

    For more information, please see Sat Training Rides.

  • October 11, 2020 10:00 am - October 11, 2020 10:05 am

    In April and October we normally have leaderless rides from a set location.  We will not be holding these rides this year due to Covid-19 but if anyone is interested in leading a ride please contact Phyl@together.net .

    Informal touring ride. Touring rides in April and October do not have assigned leaders and do not have a planned route. Due to often unpredictable weather during those months, distance and route is determined by whomever shows up. Only the start/meeting site is predetermined. There may be one or more groups and/or destinations.

    No valid "end" times are listed for touring rides because of differences in riders' speed and distance traveled.

  • October 14, 2020 6:00 pm - October 14, 2020 8:00 pm

    Start times vary during the year (because of the sunset)!! Riding with front and rear lights is recommended all season. Check GMBC email list for current start time.

    • Early season (through April): on the road at 5:30 PM or earlier
    • Prime season (May through August): on the road at 6:00 PM
    • Late season (September until 24 October): on the road at 5:30 PM or earlier
    • Bad weather (current or imminent): most likely cancels ride

    Visit Wed Training Rides for additional information.

    Questions? Send John an email

  • October 17, 2020 All day

     Specifics for each ride (e.g. mandatory sign-up link, start time, weather, parking) are announced through the GMBC email list.

    Start times vary during the year. Riding with front and rear lights is recommended all season.

    For more information, please see Sat Training Rides.

  • October 18, 2020 10:00 am - October 18, 2020 10:05 am

    In April and October we normally have leaderless rides from a set location.  We will not be holding these rides this year due to Covid-19 but if anyone is interested in leading a ride please contact Phyl@together.net .

    Informal touring ride. Touring rides in April and October do not have assigned leaders and do not have a planned route. Due to often unpredictable weather during those months, distance and route is determined by whomever shows up. Only the start/meeting site is predetermined. There may be one or more groups and/or destinations.

    No valid "end" times are listed for touring rides because of differences in riders' speed and distance traveled.