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08/18/2019 9:30 am - 08/18/2019 9:45 am
Leader: Bryan Harrington; Co-Leaders: Pat Stabler and Tom Evers
Start: Billings Farm Museum overflow parking lot, Route 12, just north of Woodstock
We will ride through the rolling hills of South Woodstock, Brownsville, Hartland and into Quechee. The short ride (40- M/S) will return to Woodstock via River Road. The long ride (50-S) continues to West Hartford and through Pomfret before returning to Woodstock.
The day before the ride, cyclists may camp out in South Royalton or stay at an area hotel. There is a $10 fee for camping, part of which might be refunded. Talk to Pat and Tom to get more info about the camping.
08/31/2019 8:45 am - 08/31/2019 8:46 am
Leader: Bryan Harrington; Co-Leader: Phyl Newbeck; Social Ride Leader: Donna Leban
Enjoy a scenic tour through the countryside of Waitsfield and Warren with a visit to Moss Glen Falls south of Warren (not the one in Stowe). Turn around at the falls for a 35 mile (M) ride or continue up Middlebury Gap with a stop at Texas Falls before turning around for a 60 mile (M/S) ride. A stop at the Warren Store is always popular and the general store in Hancock provides an additional respite for those on the long ride.
Meeting at: Waitsfield Elementary School (on the left traveling south on Route 100). For those coming from the Burlington area, we suggest carpooling at the Richmond Park and Ride at Exit 11 off I-89.
09/08/2019 9:15 am - 09/08/2019 9:16 am
Leaders: Pat Stabler and Tom Evers
Enjoy a weekend of bike touring in the Northeast Kingdom. You may ride on either Saturday (Moose Country Meandering) or Sunday (Willoughby Wanderings) or do both rides. After the Saturday ride, camping is available at Pat and Tom's house just outside East Burke; early birds get beds or floor space in the house. BYOB drinks and/or potluck BBQ for anyone who is interested on Saturday afternoon/evening. There is also the Tiki Bar in East Burke which is not to be missed.
47-mile (M/S) ride up through Sutton and Barton, along the shore of Lake Willoughby and through part of Willoughby State Forest. A 30-mile version of the ride returns to Burke via Route 5.
Start: Kingdom Trails parking area on VT-114