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SUMMER AWAY TRIP 2018 Montreal and Champlain Islands

By Bill O'Connell on 5/30/18
Westchester Cycle Club Summer Away Trip 2018

Many of you missed the wonderful Away Trip to Martha’s Vineyard last  weekend.
Ask anyone who attended, these trips are special riding experiences that are not to be missed.  For this year, you have ONE more chance!

This August 4 and 5, Saturday and Sunday, we will be revisiting Plattsburgh and the Champlain Islands of Vermont.
This is one of the most scenic rides in the Northeast.
The long version is 67 miles with only 1700 feet of climbing (SUMMER AWAY TRIP 2018 continues ...)

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Date NameDistancesStartLocationContact
2018-06-23
2018-06-24
The Ride for Mental Health25, 50, 100 mile opt12:00 AMNew Paltz,PlMac Dorris
The Ride for Mental Health
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRideForMentalHealth

THE Ride for Mental Health takes place on Saturday and Sunday, June 23rd and 24th, 2018. The New Paltz area has wonderful views and terrain. Free dinner and cocktail hour on Saturday evening for the first 150 riders to register. Spectacular location in the Mohonk Preserve with stunning views of the Catskills. Register before April 1st for just $50. $100 after April 1st. Proceeds from The Ride will be donated to McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, for education, research and treatment of mental illness including anxiety, borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders and substance abuse. No minimum fundraising amount. Simply $1,000 goal for each adult rider.
2018-06-24Hudson Valley's 13th Annual Tour de Kingston and Ulster5, 8, 16, 25, 32, 448:30 AMForsyth Park, 157 Lucas Avenue, Kingston NY 12401,PlTom Polk
The Hudson Valley’s Tour De Kingston and Ulster Bike Ride is set to roll out on Sunday, June 24th, 2018. The Tour supports safety education and community scholarships and offers bike rides for all abilities and interests. Rides range from the Five-mile Flat Kingston Family ride to 8 and 16 mile rail trail rides, 32 and 44 mile gravel rides and 25 and 50 mile road routes. The Family Ride is FREE and is escorted by Tour De Kingston Road Marshals and the Kingston Police Department. BBQ lunch, raffle and scholarship awards follow the rides. All rides begin and end at Forsyth Park, Kingston NY. Free Parking at the adjacent Dietz Stadium.

Discount registration is available, but ends at midnight June 17th. Cost is $40 for individuals and $10 for youth (under 21) for all rides except the FREE 5-Mile Family Ride. Register online at www.tourdekingston.com or pick up a registration form at your local bike shop. Registration after June 17th is $50 for individuals but remains $10 for youth.

All proceeds benefit Tour de Kingston Community Scholarships and the YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County’s Bicycle Safety Programs.
2018-07-08
2018-07-15
Cycle the Erie Canal509:00 AMBuffalo,NY
More than 650 cyclists leave their cars behind in Buffalo on July 8 to pedal along the historic Erie Canalway Trail to Albany in celebration of the Erie Canal Bicentennial as part of Parks & Trails New York’s 19th annual Cycle the Erie Canal bike tour.

The 400-mile journey along the legendary Erie Canal ended in Albany on July 16. Along the way, cyclists enjoyed some of the finest scenery, most interesting history, and unparalleled cycling in the northeastern United States.

Covering between 40 and 60 miles per day, cyclists traveled along the Erie Canalway Trail, which is now 80 percent complete and will, by 2020, be completed as part of the statewide 750-mile Empire State Trail.
2018-07-15Gold Coast Tour 201812/25/55/70/1007:00 AMHarborfields High School, Greenlawn NY,PlDavid Hirsch
The Huntington Bicycle Club Gold Coast Tour has been a revered North Shore cycling event, now in its 36th year. Our various bicycle routes wind their way along the beautiful and historic North Shore of Long Island from Great Neck to Huntington. The Long Island Gold Coast, as it was called, was a favorite retreat of the rich and famous. Starting at about the turn of the 20th century and through the 1930’s, the North Shore was a virtual Who’s Who of High Society. From the Astor's to the Vanderbilt's, this was THE place to be for some of the most notable Americans. The mansions constructed during that period numbered in the hundreds. The Gold Coast Tour draws cyclists of all ages and ability levels from Long Island as well as NYC, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Promo Code provided to WCC members to save $10 in online registration.
2018-07-21
2018-07-27
Bon Ton Roulet45-1009:00 AMCortland,NYDawn
The Bon Ton Roulet is a seven-day bicycle tour through the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State.

Our fully supported tour takes cyclists from wide open farm fields, past stunning overlooks of our lakes, to cavernous water-carved gorges, National Historic Sites as well as award-winning wineries.

The Long Route appeals to those riders who love the challenge of a 65-75 mile ride per day.
The Regular Route, typically 45-50 miles per day, tends to attract newer riders and those who plan on spending the day leisurely browsing the markets and attractions along the way.

Register today bontonroulet.com Primal jersey included!
2018-07-22Harlem Valley Rail Ride12:00 AMEddie Collins Field; Millerton,Pl
Choose from 23, 33, 45, 57,72, 80 and 2-different century routes along beautiful, low-traffic country roads, Within each route, there will be a 6 mile stretch of the car-free Harlem Valley Rail Trail. We start and conclude our ride at Eddie Collins Memorial Field in Millerton
Our day Starts with a gastronomical breakfast, everything we have always had - plus pancakes, french toast, bacon, sausage, and Irving Farms Coffee

We conclude our ride with a country BBQ festival! Expect local sweet corn, hot dogs, bratwurst, sausage & peppers, hamburgers, veggie burgers, grilled chicken, salad, and, for dessert, ice cream & watermelon. triangles.
2018-07-27
2018-07-28
2018 CT Challenge10, 25, 50, 75, 1008:00 AMFairfield County Hunt Club,PlPeter Jones
Come join up to 2,000 riders for the 2018 CT Challenge, July 27-July 28 in Westport, CT. We offer 10, 25, 50, 75 and 100 mile courses for riders of all different levels. The ride takes you through beautiful areas of Fairfield, Litchfield and New Haven Counties.

In addition to our amazing bike routes and the inspiring cause we support, it will be a great show this year!!! Friday July 27th we hold an opening ceremony featuring a free BBQ for riders, live music and our 2x Paralympian Gold Medalist keynote speaker Brenna Huckaby. Saturday during the ride we offer food, live music and activities all day for all family members and friends attending.

The CT Challenge bike ride is the main source of funding for the nonprofit organization Mission. Mission is dedicated to helping the 15.5 million cancer survivors in Connecticut and throughout the U.S. rebuild, improve and prolong their lives through exercise, nutrition, mind-body health and community-building support programs.

For more info on the ride visit our site at:
http://bike.ctchallenge.org/overview/
2018-08-02
2018-08-05
Montreal / Champlain Weekend67/289:14 AMMontreal / Plattsburgh,
Ride 1.2.3 or all 4 days,
See events or newsletter for details.
2018-08-18
2018-08-24
Cycle Adirondacks27-1009:00 AMSpectacultor,NYMatt VanSlyke
Cycle Adirondacks weeklong tour is the Ultimate Cycling Vacation: once you’ve paid, you can enjoy the event without getting hit with extra charges. The registration price includes everything you need. That’s right, parking, meals, hot showers, charging your device, taking a yoga class, getting help from a mechanic – all included, plus more. We deliver a high-end experience you won’t get on any other bike tour – a cycling adventure designed to connect you with the stunning and diverse Adirondack landscape and the incredible communities that make it so special. Best of all, by riding with us, you directly support community-based conservation efforts in the Adirondacks.

2018 Registration Pricing ***
$1,195 – Available until January 15, 2018
$1,295 – January 16 – March 15, 2018
$1,395 – March 16 – August 1, 2018
2018-08-19BTCNJ Presents: Ramapo Rally12-1257:00 AMMahway,NJ
The Ramapo Rally, staged by the Bicycle Touring Club of North Jersey (BTCNJ), is one of the best bike rallies in all of New Jersey. Starting at the Campgaw Mountain Ski Area the Ramapo Rally offers 6 beautiful, fully supported and well-marked bike routes. The routes vary in difficulty and distances. From a family fun ride of 12 miles to a very challenging and demanding 125 mile route. The 12, 25, 50, 62, 100, and 125 mile routes go through the farm and lake country of northern and western New Jersey. Featuring:

Cue sheets and GPS files for all 6 routes
Routes that are well marked with arrows and signs
Fully stocked rest stops with bike maintenance
Roving SAG vehicles
Post-ride lunch catered by Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace, with healthy side dishes for riders returning before 5 PM
Free 4-month BTCNJ membership for non-members – Click Here For Details
Free bike-related gift to all adult registrants
Post-ride raffle and marketplace with lots of free giveaways, discounts, and bargains
The Ramapo Rally goes on — rain or shine!
2018-09-08
2018-09-09
Mohawk Hudson Cycle Club Century7-1008:00 AMAltamont Fairgrounds, Altamont,NYChet Lasell
Get your ride on! Begin your fall riding in earnest by participating in a fun recreational bicycle ride at Mohawk Hudson Cycling Club’s annual Century Weekend event September 8 and 9, 2018. Join us to experience some of the best road riding available in beautiful upstate New York and see the back roads, lakes, and mountain views of Albany County on 100, 62.5, 50, 25, 12 and 7-mile routes.

Leaving for the first time from the Altamont Fairgrounds in Altamont, N.Y., riders can find the perfect route to experience such beautiful roads as the Basic Creek Reservoir causeway, tour peaceful farmlands and forests in the Fox Creek Valley, and enjoy bucolic vistas from the slopes of the Heldebergs.
2018-09-09Grand Fondo New Jersey18,42,62,75,10712:00 AMMorristown,NJ
Gran Fondo NJ

Gran Fondo NJ offers a choice of route lengths and timed hill segments that wind their way through some of New Jersey’s best cycling roads. Starting and ending in historic Morristown, NJ this combination of bike touring and timed climbs attracts a wide range of cyclists from the casual weekend rider to the well-trained endurance athlete.
Gran Fondo NJ is a Ride not a Race

Gran Fondo NJ provides plenty of challenges to its participants without the added pressure, stress and inherent dangers of a bike race. We do not provide Start/Finish timing. The competitive aspect of the event is limited to only the timed climbs on the four longer routes. Cyclists can feed their competitive needs while fighting gravity on these climbs, and take it easy on the sections of route and our rest stops in between.
More than a bike ride

Gran Fondo NJ is a full weekend of festivals, expos and other activities offering entertainment for the entire family culminating in the ride and post-ride celebrations. Along with raffles, great food, local shopping and our Kid’s Fondo there’s something for every member of the family. There is also an optional fundraising component to the event – it has been used by riders supporting local and national charities and has generated over $1,000,000 in donations since its inception.
2018-09-30Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo51, 36, & 28 Miles8:00 AMBloomingburg,NYJames Witte
The Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo is a fun and challenging event with the purpose of benefiting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Every member of our team donates their time and energy to benefit those who suffer with MS. 100% of the net proceeds of this event will go to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Since this is the event’s inaugural year, the event will be limited to 250 cyclists.
In addition to the registration fee, all cyclists are requested to fundraiser or donate a minimum of $50 to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

This ride starts in Bloomingburg, NY and takes place on the Shawangunk Mountain Range. Referred to affectionately as the "Gunks," this region offers an experience of great variety and beauty. And challenging climbs!

There are 3 routes for this event: The Gran Fondo, the Medio Difficile Fondo and the Medio Fondo. There is no Piccolo (small) Fondo since the least difficult of these 3 routes averages 100’ per mile. There are no small or easy rides on the Shawangunk Mountain Range. To view all 3 routes:

https://rwgps-embeds.com/embeds?type=event&eventId=47919&title=Climb%20the%20Gunks%20for%20MS%20Gran%20Fondo&sampleGraph=true

Along the routes there will be fully stocked rest stop(s) with bathrooms and SAG vehicles. At the finish there will be a full meal and assorted beverages.
The Gran Fondo will have 5 timed sections. The longest segment is over 1800’ of climbing and 5.1 miles in length. The two Medio Fondos have timed section(s).

Thank you.
2018-10-07Velocity: Columbia's Ride to End Cancer10, 25, 45, 62.59:00 AMPalisades Credit Union Park,NYJustin Geringer
Aftering finishing our innaugural 2017 ride by raising $1.5 billion dollars the Velocity ride is back. On October 7, 2018 we will ride 10, 25, 45, or 62.5 miles on a unique route model which symbolizes the idea that when we come together we gain momentum. As our professionally designed and fully supported route merges together from four start areas, we'll ride together as one to our finish line at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC). Interested in registering? Pedal on over to www.velocityride.org for your chance to join 1,000 other cyclists accelerating hope.
2018-10-07Velocity: Columbia's Ride to End Cancer62.5 , 45, 25, 109:00 AMPomona,NYJustin Geringer
Velocity is so much more than a cycling event. Velocity is hope accelerated. It’s the idea that we’re more than the sum of our parts. That when we all come together, we can make something big happen.

By riding 10, 25, 45, or 62.5 miles and raising essential funds to support HICCC, you’re fueling the doctors, researchers, and patients in their quest to end cancer. As our professionally designed and fully supported route merges together from four Start Areas, we’ll ride together as one to our finish line at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC). We’re riding to the end of cancer at Columbia. We’re proving the power of Velocity.

Velocity’s unique model symbolizes the idea that when we come together, we gain momentum. And that momentum makes big things happen, even the end of cancer. As Velocity riders approach New York City and CUMC, they merge with others at several dedicated Start Areas. Together they gain momentum and become one unstoppable force as they cross the majestic George Washington Bridge on their way to the triumph of the finish line.

Each Velocity Start Area (Silver at 62.5, Yellow at 45, Green at 25 or Blue at 10 miles) sends you off on your scenic and powerful journey. Each Start Area also serves as a rest stop for riders already on the route.

After crossing the finish line, we'll celebrate at the Velocity Finish Line Festival.
2018-10-14CBBC Covered Bridges Ride20-608:00 AMTinicum Park, Erwinna,PA
Travel through historic covered bridges on the CBBC Covered Bridges Ride. Enjoy the fall foliage of central and upper Bucks County, and visit up to six historic covered bridges. Choose from five gorgeous rides: flat, family-friendly 20- and 34-mile routes along the Delaware River or challenging hilly 35, 50 or 63-mile routes.

All rides are well-marked and fully supported. Enjoy great rest stops with snacks, baked goods, fresh fruit, water, and sports drink. A tasty lunch awaits you at the finish line in the park.

Register online before September 28th and you can purchase a commemorative long-sleeved T-shirt for $10 above the registration fee (plus Active process fee). Register early as the price increases $5 the first of every month until the event.

You can still register online, after 9/30 for $45 adult, $20 under 18, but there is no T-shirt option during late registration. You can also register the day of the event at the park for $50 adult, $20 under 18, but there is no T-shirt option during on-site registration.

Registrations are non-refundable.

Ride proceeds support numerous area bike-related organizations such as Neighborhood Bike Works, the Bicycle Coalition of Philadelphia Youth Cycling program, Doylestown PumpTrack and other similar non-profit organizations. Grant Program information here!
2018-10-19
2018-10-21
Bicycle Club of Philadelphia's Fall Foliage Weekend in Hanover/Gettysburg15, 25, 35, 45, 55,12:00 PMHanover,PlLinda
BCP's annual Fall Foliage Weekend
in scenic, historic Hanover/Gettysburg, PA
October 19-21, 2018

All-Inclusive package:
• 2 nights at the Hampton Inn & Holiday Inn Express of Hanover (side by side)
• Ride packets with a wide array of cue sheets & maps,
• Schedule of group rides with Leaders,
• Cycling around Gettysburg Battlefield,
• Friday & Saturday dinners,
• Saturday & Sunday breakfasts,
• Cycling snacks and sandwiches to take along with you on rides,
• Post-ride therapeutic massages on Saturday afternoon,
• Parties, SAG, road markings, live music, & more, including
• “Wheely Good Smoothies” made on a “smoothie (blender) bike”.
• Plenty of sightseeing and local attractions for non-cyclist companions, also.
Details & registration are available on BCP's website at:
http://phillybikeclub.org/newbcp/events/fallevent2018/fallevent.htm
• Everyone is warmly invited to join us, regardless of club affiliation.
For any questions, please contact Linda McGrane, at:
267-251-7862, or lindabcpevents@yahoo.com

Date NameDistancesStartLocationContact
2018-08-02
2018-08-05
Montreal / Champlain Weekend67/289:14 AMMontreal / Plattsburgh,
Ride 1.2.3 or all 4 days,
See events or newsletter for details.

Date NameDistancesStartLocationContact
2018-07-08
2018-07-15
Cycle the Erie Canal509:00 AMBuffalo,NY
More than 650 cyclists leave their cars behind in Buffalo on July 8 to pedal along the historic Erie Canalway Trail to Albany in celebration of the Erie Canal Bicentennial as part of Parks & Trails New York’s 19th annual Cycle the Erie Canal bike tour.

The 400-mile journey along the legendary Erie Canal ended in Albany on July 16. Along the way, cyclists enjoyed some of the finest scenery, most interesting history, and unparalleled cycling in the northeastern United States.

Covering between 40 and 60 miles per day, cyclists traveled along the Erie Canalway Trail, which is now 80 percent complete and will, by 2020, be completed as part of the statewide 750-mile Empire State Trail.
2018-07-15Gold Coast Tour 201812/25/55/70/1007:00 AMHarborfields High School, Greenlawn NY,PlDavid Hirsch
The Huntington Bicycle Club Gold Coast Tour has been a revered North Shore cycling event, now in its 36th year. Our various bicycle routes wind their way along the beautiful and historic North Shore of Long Island from Great Neck to Huntington. The Long Island Gold Coast, as it was called, was a favorite retreat of the rich and famous. Starting at about the turn of the 20th century and through the 1930’s, the North Shore was a virtual Who’s Who of High Society. From the Astor's to the Vanderbilt's, this was THE place to be for some of the most notable Americans. The mansions constructed during that period numbered in the hundreds. The Gold Coast Tour draws cyclists of all ages and ability levels from Long Island as well as NYC, New Jersey and Connecticut.

Promo Code provided to WCC members to save $10 in online registration.
2018-07-21
2018-07-27
Bon Ton Roulet45-1009:00 AMCortland,NYDawn
The Bon Ton Roulet is a seven-day bicycle tour through the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State.

Our fully supported tour takes cyclists from wide open farm fields, past stunning overlooks of our lakes, to cavernous water-carved gorges, National Historic Sites as well as award-winning wineries.

The Long Route appeals to those riders who love the challenge of a 65-75 mile ride per day.
The Regular Route, typically 45-50 miles per day, tends to attract newer riders and those who plan on spending the day leisurely browsing the markets and attractions along the way.

Register today bontonroulet.com Primal jersey included!
2018-07-22Harlem Valley Rail Ride12:00 AMEddie Collins Field; Millerton,Pl
Choose from 23, 33, 45, 57,72, 80 and 2-different century routes along beautiful, low-traffic country roads, Within each route, there will be a 6 mile stretch of the car-free Harlem Valley Rail Trail. We start and conclude our ride at Eddie Collins Memorial Field in Millerton
Our day Starts with a gastronomical breakfast, everything we have always had - plus pancakes, french toast, bacon, sausage, and Irving Farms Coffee

We conclude our ride with a country BBQ festival! Expect local sweet corn, hot dogs, bratwurst, sausage & peppers, hamburgers, veggie burgers, grilled chicken, salad, and, for dessert, ice cream & watermelon. triangles.
2018-08-18
2018-08-24
Cycle Adirondacks27-1009:00 AMSpectacultor,NYMatt VanSlyke
Cycle Adirondacks weeklong tour is the Ultimate Cycling Vacation: once you’ve paid, you can enjoy the event without getting hit with extra charges. The registration price includes everything you need. That’s right, parking, meals, hot showers, charging your device, taking a yoga class, getting help from a mechanic – all included, plus more. We deliver a high-end experience you won’t get on any other bike tour – a cycling adventure designed to connect you with the stunning and diverse Adirondack landscape and the incredible communities that make it so special. Best of all, by riding with us, you directly support community-based conservation efforts in the Adirondacks.

2018 Registration Pricing ***
$1,195 – Available until January 15, 2018
$1,295 – January 16 – March 15, 2018
$1,395 – March 16 – August 1, 2018
2018-08-19BTCNJ Presents: Ramapo Rally12-1257:00 AMMahway,NJ
The Ramapo Rally, staged by the Bicycle Touring Club of North Jersey (BTCNJ), is one of the best bike rallies in all of New Jersey. Starting at the Campgaw Mountain Ski Area the Ramapo Rally offers 6 beautiful, fully supported and well-marked bike routes. The routes vary in difficulty and distances. From a family fun ride of 12 miles to a very challenging and demanding 125 mile route. The 12, 25, 50, 62, 100, and 125 mile routes go through the farm and lake country of northern and western New Jersey. Featuring:

Cue sheets and GPS files for all 6 routes
Routes that are well marked with arrows and signs
Fully stocked rest stops with bike maintenance
Roving SAG vehicles
Post-ride lunch catered by Uncle Giuseppe’s Marketplace, with healthy side dishes for riders returning before 5 PM
Free 4-month BTCNJ membership for non-members – Click Here For Details
Free bike-related gift to all adult registrants
Post-ride raffle and marketplace with lots of free giveaways, discounts, and bargains
The Ramapo Rally goes on — rain or shine!
2018-09-08
2018-09-09
Mohawk Hudson Cycle Club Century7-1008:00 AMAltamont Fairgrounds, Altamont,NYChet Lasell
Get your ride on! Begin your fall riding in earnest by participating in a fun recreational bicycle ride at Mohawk Hudson Cycling Club’s annual Century Weekend event September 8 and 9, 2018. Join us to experience some of the best road riding available in beautiful upstate New York and see the back roads, lakes, and mountain views of Albany County on 100, 62.5, 50, 25, 12 and 7-mile routes.

Leaving for the first time from the Altamont Fairgrounds in Altamont, N.Y., riders can find the perfect route to experience such beautiful roads as the Basic Creek Reservoir causeway, tour peaceful farmlands and forests in the Fox Creek Valley, and enjoy bucolic vistas from the slopes of the Heldebergs.
2018-09-09Grand Fondo New Jersey18,42,62,75,10712:00 AMMorristown,NJ
Gran Fondo NJ

Gran Fondo NJ offers a choice of route lengths and timed hill segments that wind their way through some of New Jersey’s best cycling roads. Starting and ending in historic Morristown, NJ this combination of bike touring and timed climbs attracts a wide range of cyclists from the casual weekend rider to the well-trained endurance athlete.
Gran Fondo NJ is a Ride not a Race

Gran Fondo NJ provides plenty of challenges to its participants without the added pressure, stress and inherent dangers of a bike race. We do not provide Start/Finish timing. The competitive aspect of the event is limited to only the timed climbs on the four longer routes. Cyclists can feed their competitive needs while fighting gravity on these climbs, and take it easy on the sections of route and our rest stops in between.
More than a bike ride

Gran Fondo NJ is a full weekend of festivals, expos and other activities offering entertainment for the entire family culminating in the ride and post-ride celebrations. Along with raffles, great food, local shopping and our Kid’s Fondo there’s something for every member of the family. There is also an optional fundraising component to the event – it has been used by riders supporting local and national charities and has generated over $1,000,000 in donations since its inception.
2018-10-14CBBC Covered Bridges Ride20-608:00 AMTinicum Park, Erwinna,PA
Travel through historic covered bridges on the CBBC Covered Bridges Ride. Enjoy the fall foliage of central and upper Bucks County, and visit up to six historic covered bridges. Choose from five gorgeous rides: flat, family-friendly 20- and 34-mile routes along the Delaware River or challenging hilly 35, 50 or 63-mile routes.

All rides are well-marked and fully supported. Enjoy great rest stops with snacks, baked goods, fresh fruit, water, and sports drink. A tasty lunch awaits you at the finish line in the park.

Register online before September 28th and you can purchase a commemorative long-sleeved T-shirt for $10 above the registration fee (plus Active process fee). Register early as the price increases $5 the first of every month until the event.

You can still register online, after 9/30 for $45 adult, $20 under 18, but there is no T-shirt option during late registration. You can also register the day of the event at the park for $50 adult, $20 under 18, but there is no T-shirt option during on-site registration.

Registrations are non-refundable.

Ride proceeds support numerous area bike-related organizations such as Neighborhood Bike Works, the Bicycle Coalition of Philadelphia Youth Cycling program, Doylestown PumpTrack and other similar non-profit organizations. Grant Program information here!
2018-10-19
2018-10-21
Bicycle Club of Philadelphia's Fall Foliage Weekend in Hanover/Gettysburg15, 25, 35, 45, 55,12:00 PMHanover,PlLinda
BCP's annual Fall Foliage Weekend
in scenic, historic Hanover/Gettysburg, PA
October 19-21, 2018

All-Inclusive package:
• 2 nights at the Hampton Inn & Holiday Inn Express of Hanover (side by side)
• Ride packets with a wide array of cue sheets & maps,
• Schedule of group rides with Leaders,
• Cycling around Gettysburg Battlefield,
• Friday & Saturday dinners,
• Saturday & Sunday breakfasts,
• Cycling snacks and sandwiches to take along with you on rides,
• Post-ride therapeutic massages on Saturday afternoon,
• Parties, SAG, road markings, live music, & more, including
• “Wheely Good Smoothies” made on a “smoothie (blender) bike”.
• Plenty of sightseeing and local attractions for non-cyclist companions, also.
Details & registration are available on BCP's website at:
http://phillybikeclub.org/newbcp/events/fallevent2018/fallevent.htm
• Everyone is warmly invited to join us, regardless of club affiliation.
For any questions, please contact Linda McGrane, at:
267-251-7862, or lindabcpevents@yahoo.com

Date NameDistancesStartLocationContact
2018-06-23
2018-06-24
The Ride for Mental Health25, 50, 100 mile opt12:00 AMNew Paltz,PlMac Dorris
The Ride for Mental Health
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheRideForMentalHealth

THE Ride for Mental Health takes place on Saturday and Sunday, June 23rd and 24th, 2018. The New Paltz area has wonderful views and terrain. Free dinner and cocktail hour on Saturday evening for the first 150 riders to register. Spectacular location in the Mohonk Preserve with stunning views of the Catskills. Register before April 1st for just $50. $100 after April 1st. Proceeds from The Ride will be donated to McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, for education, research and treatment of mental illness including anxiety, borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders and substance abuse. No minimum fundraising amount. Simply $1,000 goal for each adult rider.
2018-06-24Hudson Valley's 13th Annual Tour de Kingston and Ulster5, 8, 16, 25, 32, 448:30 AMForsyth Park, 157 Lucas Avenue, Kingston NY 12401,PlTom Polk
The Hudson Valley’s Tour De Kingston and Ulster Bike Ride is set to roll out on Sunday, June 24th, 2018. The Tour supports safety education and community scholarships and offers bike rides for all abilities and interests. Rides range from the Five-mile Flat Kingston Family ride to 8 and 16 mile rail trail rides, 32 and 44 mile gravel rides and 25 and 50 mile road routes. The Family Ride is FREE and is escorted by Tour De Kingston Road Marshals and the Kingston Police Department. BBQ lunch, raffle and scholarship awards follow the rides. All rides begin and end at Forsyth Park, Kingston NY. Free Parking at the adjacent Dietz Stadium.

Discount registration is available, but ends at midnight June 17th. Cost is $40 for individuals and $10 for youth (under 21) for all rides except the FREE 5-Mile Family Ride. Register online at www.tourdekingston.com or pick up a registration form at your local bike shop. Registration after June 17th is $50 for individuals but remains $10 for youth.

All proceeds benefit Tour de Kingston Community Scholarships and the YMCA of Kingston and Ulster County’s Bicycle Safety Programs.
2018-07-27
2018-07-28
2018 CT Challenge10, 25, 50, 75, 1008:00 AMFairfield County Hunt Club,PlPeter Jones
Come join up to 2,000 riders for the 2018 CT Challenge, July 27-July 28 in Westport, CT. We offer 10, 25, 50, 75 and 100 mile courses for riders of all different levels. The ride takes you through beautiful areas of Fairfield, Litchfield and New Haven Counties.

In addition to our amazing bike routes and the inspiring cause we support, it will be a great show this year!!! Friday July 27th we hold an opening ceremony featuring a free BBQ for riders, live music and our 2x Paralympian Gold Medalist keynote speaker Brenna Huckaby. Saturday during the ride we offer food, live music and activities all day for all family members and friends attending.

The CT Challenge bike ride is the main source of funding for the nonprofit organization Mission. Mission is dedicated to helping the 15.5 million cancer survivors in Connecticut and throughout the U.S. rebuild, improve and prolong their lives through exercise, nutrition, mind-body health and community-building support programs.

For more info on the ride visit our site at:
http://bike.ctchallenge.org/overview/
2018-09-30Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo51, 36, & 28 Miles8:00 AMBloomingburg,NYJames Witte
The Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo is a fun and challenging event with the purpose of benefiting the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Every member of our team donates their time and energy to benefit those who suffer with MS. 100% of the net proceeds of this event will go to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Since this is the event’s inaugural year, the event will be limited to 250 cyclists.
In addition to the registration fee, all cyclists are requested to fundraiser or donate a minimum of $50 to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

This ride starts in Bloomingburg, NY and takes place on the Shawangunk Mountain Range. Referred to affectionately as the "Gunks," this region offers an experience of great variety and beauty. And challenging climbs!

There are 3 routes for this event: The Gran Fondo, the Medio Difficile Fondo and the Medio Fondo. There is no Piccolo (small) Fondo since the least difficult of these 3 routes averages 100’ per mile. There are no small or easy rides on the Shawangunk Mountain Range. To view all 3 routes:

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Along the routes there will be fully stocked rest stop(s) with bathrooms and SAG vehicles. At the finish there will be a full meal and assorted beverages.
The Gran Fondo will have 5 timed sections. The longest segment is over 1800’ of climbing and 5.1 miles in length. The two Medio Fondos have timed section(s).

Thank you.
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