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Roe Jan Ramble Bike Tour
Copake, New York
305 Mountain View Road
Copake, NY 12516
Region: Upper Hudson
- September 18, 2021, 8:00AM, Start times vary. See www.roejanramble.org for more info.
DetailsEvent Type Bike Tour Description This popular annual cycling event is a must for both casual and experienced cyclists. A non-competitive ride through the picturesque country hills of the Roe Jan area towns of Copake, Hillsdale and Ancram, NY, along the Taconic Mountains bordering Massachusetts. Choose from 6 routes of 10, 18, 25, 35, 50 and 62.5 miles (from easy to challenging) on lightly traveled country roads & portions of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. Registration is free; suggested donation to benefit the Harlem Valley Rail Trail Association is encouraged. More information is available at www.roejanramble.org. Sponsoring Organization Towns of Ancram, Copake and Hillsdale, NY
RegistrationAdvance registration required.
Register online now through September 17 at www.roejanramble.org. Or contact email@example.com
Additional InformationThe Roe Jan Ramble Bike Tour consists of your choice of six scenic routes through the beautiful foothills of the Taconic and Berkshire mountains. The basic 10 mile route is mostly flat with a few gentle hills. The easy/moderate 18 mile route is mostly flat with gentle rolling hills. The moderate 25 mile route has rolling hills with a couple challenging climbs. The advanced 35 mile route has some more challenging climbs. And the 50 mile and 62.5 mile/100 km routes mile are recommended for experienced cyclists.
Activities: Join us for our after-ride lunch with food & drink for purchase beginning at 12:30PM. Participants are also welcome to bring a picnic lunch, paddle ball, frisbee, etc and spend the afternoon post-ride in the park with your fellow Ramblers!
Additional Equipment Required: All bicyclists must wear a helmet.
Event Duration (hours): 4
6 years old
Length (miles): 50
Path: Returns to start
Barrier Free or Wheelchar accessible? Yes