The Cambridge Valley Cycling annual Cambridge Valley Cycling Fall Benefit Bicycle Ride is scheduled for Sunday, September 19, 2010.
The 100 mile ride begins at 8 am, with a 50 mile ride at 9 am, and a 25 mile ride at 10 am. The pre-registration fee is $20 for individuals and $30 for families (add $5 for day-of-event registrations). To register, go to www.BikeReg.com (search: Cambridge).
The 25 mile route passes into Vermont, providing a two state experience. The 50 mile route passes through Salem, NY, Rupert, VT, West Pawlet, VT, and Hebron, NY, with moderate climbing. Century riders will tour Arlington, Manchester, Rupert, and West Pawlet, in Vermont, and Argyle, NY with difficult climbs along the scenic Hudson Valley. Routes include water stops.
Rides originate at the Washington County Park, Lake Lauderdale Facility on Route 22, four miles north of the village of Cambridge. Proceeds will benefit Road to Recovery (an American Cancer Society program providing cancer patients transportation to and from treatments) and Cambridge Valley Cycling.
All riders must sign a release form, wear helmets, obey traffic laws, and check in at the end of each ride. Support vehicles are provided. Riders under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Registration fees are non-refundable. Registration will be limited to 200 participants.
For more information visit www.BikeReg.com