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By Laura Kelly on 2/27/18
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DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2022-06-1812th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge100mi, 50mi, 25mi, u11:44 AMSkyeship Base Lodge, Killington Resort. US route 4, Killington VT 05751,Vermont Adaptive Admin
We are so excited to announce that the 12th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge returns this year as an IN-PERSON fundraiser, and we can’t WAIT to see all of you again! Saturday, June 18 will be a reunion of sorts – and we have a bunch of fantastic changes on tap that we hope you will love and enjoy.

Register online at the link below to participate in an awesome event for an even more awesome cause!

When?
June 18th, 2022 is the live event itself, hosted at Skyeship Base Lodge, at Killington resort. Registration and info for the ongoing peer to peer fundraising as well as the live event, is live, please visit:

https://vermontadaptive.org/charitychallenge/ to register!

Where?
NEW VENUE! Yes, another big change is a new venue. We’re headed back to where it all began: at Killington Resort’s Skyeship Base Area on Route 4 in Killington. All bike routes will be the same, but start and end at the new location.

5751 US-4, Killington, VT 05751

Plus we’ll have locations off-site for those who would like to paddle, mountain bike, gravel ride, or hike as well. With loads of room to spread out, we’ll have live music once again, yummy food trucks with lots of options, GREAT beer options and the silent auction, and much more.
2022-05-27
2022-05-30
Baltimore Bicycling Club's annual Chestertown Weekend (aka, Kent County Spring Fling)from 10 to 10012:00 PMWashington College, Chestertown,MDMarg
Annual Memorial Day Weekend celebration of scenic rides, parties, parades, picnics, and socials on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Traditional 4-day package (Friday to Monday), or 3-day option (Friday to Sunday). All-inclusive package, sponsored by the Baltimore Bike Club. Pretty routes on peaceful roads with wide shoulders. Group rides with Leaders. Cue sheets and GPS route links for 10- to 100-mile rides. Terrain is mostly flat to gently rolling - very tandem-friendly. Holiday festivities in the quaint, colonial-era ton of Chestertown, on the Chester River. Lodging, meals, snacks, parties, yoga classes, dessert & cordial socials after dinner, and music & dancing on the campus of Washington College. College is a 10-min walk from the holiday festival downtown. Details and registration: https://baltobikeclub.org/images/stories/PDF/Chestertown_2022_registration_instructions%20.pdf
2022-06-03
2022-06-07
Pedal the GAP35-4012:00 AMPittsburgh,PA40
The ride starts in Pittsburgh and takes place on the GAP, Greater Allegheny Path. Each day is about 35-40 miles but that can be adjusted. It is fully supported with camping most nights. Transportation of bike and luggage is included.
2022-08-20SCU Summer Century33, 50, 64, 1007:00 AMNational Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa,Steve
Four beautiful routes (33, 50, 64, and 100-mi options) in peaceful Bucks County (central; & upper), PA and the horse farm country of Hunterdon County, NJ.: Registration fee includes:
ice cream festival at the finish;
food, drink and friendly SCU volunteers at three well-stocked rest stops;
SAG support;
well-marked routes on quiet roads;
cue sheets;
online route maps and GPX files;
ample free parking at the start/finish (National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa)
Please visit suburbancyclists.org for event details and registration. Questions? Please contact president@suburbancyclists.org
GROUP DISCOUNT available.
If you are joining us from outside of this region, the scenery & history of Bucks & Hunterdon Counties would make a great weekend get-away.
2022-06-11Tour de Lebanon Valley62, 26, 33, 66:30 AMLebanon Expo Center, 80 rocherty Rd, Lebanon, PA 17042,
Tour de Lebanon Valley
Lebanon, PA
June 11, 2022

Ride Options: Metric Century, 26 mile “mid distance”, and a 6 mi family (rail trail)

Proceeds benefit: Lebanon Valley Conservancy, Lebanon bicycle Coalition, Community Health council of Lebanon, and Bicycle Recycle

The Metric and mid distance rides winds through rolling countryside, beautiful farmlands, forests, and historic sites. Both include moderate elevation changes. Check links from the maps on our website for actual elevation profiles. There are three rest stops on the metric and one on the mid distance. The family ride takes place on the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail.

There will be food, beverages, and music following the rides!

See: http://www.tourdelebanonvalley.com for full details

Register at:
https://www.bikereg.com/tour-de-lebanon-valley
DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2022-05-27
2022-05-30
Baltimore Bicycling Club's annual Chestertown Weekend (aka, Kent County Spring Fling)from 10 to 10012:00 PMWashington College, Chestertown,MDMarg
Annual Memorial Day Weekend celebration of scenic rides, parties, parades, picnics, and socials on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Traditional 4-day package (Friday to Monday), or 3-day option (Friday to Sunday). All-inclusive package, sponsored by the Baltimore Bike Club. Pretty routes on peaceful roads with wide shoulders. Group rides with Leaders. Cue sheets and GPS route links for 10- to 100-mile rides. Terrain is mostly flat to gently rolling - very tandem-friendly. Holiday festivities in the quaint, colonial-era ton of Chestertown, on the Chester River. Lodging, meals, snacks, parties, yoga classes, dessert & cordial socials after dinner, and music & dancing on the campus of Washington College. College is a 10-min walk from the holiday festival downtown. Details and registration: https://baltobikeclub.org/images/stories/PDF/Chestertown_2022_registration_instructions%20.pdf
2022-06-03
2022-06-07
Pedal the GAP35-4012:00 AMPittsburgh,PA40
The ride starts in Pittsburgh and takes place on the GAP, Greater Allegheny Path. Each day is about 35-40 miles but that can be adjusted. It is fully supported with camping most nights. Transportation of bike and luggage is included.
2022-08-20SCU Summer Century33, 50, 64, 1007:00 AMNational Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa,Steve
Four beautiful routes (33, 50, 64, and 100-mi options) in peaceful Bucks County (central; & upper), PA and the horse farm country of Hunterdon County, NJ.: Registration fee includes:
ice cream festival at the finish;
food, drink and friendly SCU volunteers at three well-stocked rest stops;
SAG support;
well-marked routes on quiet roads;
cue sheets;
online route maps and GPX files;
ample free parking at the start/finish (National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa)
Please visit suburbancyclists.org for event details and registration. Questions? Please contact president@suburbancyclists.org
GROUP DISCOUNT available.
If you are joining us from outside of this region, the scenery & history of Bucks & Hunterdon Counties would make a great weekend get-away.
2022-06-11Tour de Lebanon Valley62, 26, 33, 66:30 AMLebanon Expo Center, 80 rocherty Rd, Lebanon, PA 17042,
Tour de Lebanon Valley
Lebanon, PA
June 11, 2022

Ride Options: Metric Century, 26 mile “mid distance”, and a 6 mi family (rail trail)

Proceeds benefit: Lebanon Valley Conservancy, Lebanon bicycle Coalition, Community Health council of Lebanon, and Bicycle Recycle

The Metric and mid distance rides winds through rolling countryside, beautiful farmlands, forests, and historic sites. Both include moderate elevation changes. Check links from the maps on our website for actual elevation profiles. There are three rest stops on the metric and one on the mid distance. The family ride takes place on the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail.

There will be food, beverages, and music following the rides!

See: http://www.tourdelebanonvalley.com for full details

Register at:
https://www.bikereg.com/tour-de-lebanon-valley
DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2022-06-1812th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge100mi, 50mi, 25mi, u11:44 AMSkyeship Base Lodge, Killington Resort. US route 4, Killington VT 05751,Vermont Adaptive Admin
We are so excited to announce that the 12th Annual Vermont Adaptive Charity Challenge returns this year as an IN-PERSON fundraiser, and we can’t WAIT to see all of you again! Saturday, June 18 will be a reunion of sorts – and we have a bunch of fantastic changes on tap that we hope you will love and enjoy.

Register online at the link below to participate in an awesome event for an even more awesome cause!

When?
June 18th, 2022 is the live event itself, hosted at Skyeship Base Lodge, at Killington resort. Registration and info for the ongoing peer to peer fundraising as well as the live event, is live, please visit:

https://vermontadaptive.org/charitychallenge/ to register!

Where?
NEW VENUE! Yes, another big change is a new venue. We’re headed back to where it all began: at Killington Resort’s Skyeship Base Area on Route 4 in Killington. All bike routes will be the same, but start and end at the new location.

5751 US-4, Killington, VT 05751

Plus we’ll have locations off-site for those who would like to paddle, mountain bike, gravel ride, or hike as well. With loads of room to spread out, we’ll have live music once again, yummy food trucks with lots of options, GREAT beer options and the silent auction, and much more.
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