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ADK presents: ididaride! Adirondack Bike Tour 2017

ADK presents: ididaride! Adirondack Bike Tour 2017 (1)
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Where: North Creek Ski Bowl, North Creek, 12853
Cost: Varies

The Adirondack Mountain Club presents the 12th annual ididaride! Adirondack Bike Tour 2017!

Choose from a 75-mile loop or a 20-mile ride with shuttle location: North Creek Ski Bowl, conveniently located off Rt. 28, just 15 minutes from I-87.

See the majestic peaks of the Adirondacks on a gorgeous 75-mile bike loop! Intermediate riders can also partake in a shorter 20-mile ride. Following the ride, celebrate with fellow cyclists at a fun-filled barbeque with food, drinks, music, and prizes!

Quick info:

  • Race day: July 30, 2017
  • Hosted by the Adirondack Mountain Club (ADK)
  • Van support, mechanics on hand, water, snacks, etc. will be provided
  • Both a 75 mile loop and a 20 mile ride w/ shuttle option available
  • Registration varies

Ride Details

75 mile loop

Packet pick-up is between 7:15 and 8:15 a.m.; group departure at 8:30 a.m. from the Ski Bowl Park Pavilion on Ski Bowl Park Road in North Creek. Total elevation is 3,460 feet.

20 mile ride

Start time: 12 noon. Registration and shuttle from the Ski Bowl Park Pavilion in North Creek to Indian Lake. 1 p.m. departure from Indian Lake. Total elevation is 1,340 feet.

The Ride

The ride is all on road, with wide shoulders for much of the route. You’ll ride through some of the most beautiful scenery, cutting right through the central Adirondack Mountains, most of which is public Forest Preserve land. We’ll cycle through the towns and hamlets of Bakers Mills, Wells, Speculator, Sabael, Indian Lake, North River, and back to North Creek. Your ride will take you alongside Mason Lake, Lewey Lake and Indian Lake. A long descent begins in the hamlet of Indian Lake and meets the Hudson River in the hamlet of North River with a relatively easy ride into North Creek. The entire distance along Route 30 and Route 28 to North Creek is designed for the bike enthusiast, with designated bike routes marked on the wide road shoulders.

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