Blue Mountain 200K Brevet
Saturday 10 November 2018
07:00 EST Start Time
Bridge Street Bagel and Deli
67 Bridge St
Milford, NJ 08848
The Deli opens at 6AM and serves a wide selection of breakfast sandwiches, bagels, and pastries. There is a public rest room and indoor seating.
Due to the limited parking spaces at the Deli, please do not park your car on the street there. Parking is available in a parking lot off of Church St (across the street from the Milford Market)
Permission granted on event days only! Permission from Dawn VanDoran, US Health Care:
There's also limited parking for pre-riders and volunteers in the Municipal Lot Across the street from the Deli. Be sure to park by the creek, as far as possible from the Church.
Traveling far? Several motels are available in the area. Make your own reservations by calling the hotel directly.
After the ride there is generally a gathering of tired and thirsty randonneurs either at Pipolo's Pizza, or at the Ship Inn. Check your brevet card for the exact finish controle designation. Pipolo's has a bit of a old school appearance inside, but that's one of the endearing charms about the restaurant. The Ship Inn has an English pub atmosphere, serving craft-brewed ales, ciders, and home-made, British-inspired foods with locally sourced ingredients.
This event needs volunteers for the following jobs:
Contact Organizer to Volunteer.
Starting out from the Bridge Street Bagel & Deli, we head north along the Delaware River through Phillipsburg and Easton. We eventually head away from the river to the mountains upon Mud Run, where we reach the base at Wind Gap. From Wind Gap, we travel along the southern part of Blue Mountain
to Danielsville where we cross over to the northern side at Little Gap. After an exhilarating descent from the top of the Blue Mountain Ski resort, we follow valley roads to Water Gap, where we once again meet up with the Delaware River. Heading south along the river, there are spectacular views of the water gap
with Mount Minisi
on your right and Mount Tammany
on your left. We continue south along the Delaware River back to Milford via Portland, Belvidere, Stewartsville, and Bloomsbury. At Bloomsbury, we get one last good look at the Blue Mountains in the distance after the climb up Turkey Hill.
There are several steep, extended climbs. A triple or 39x27 is highly recommended.
Course Record 2018-11-10: Christopher Maglieri (08:10, 24.5 kph)
This ride is a randonneur style bicycle event under the sanction of Randonneurs USA. Completing this event can help you train for Paris-Brest-Paris and earn RUSA awards.
First time riding with PA Randonneurs? Read an overview of what to expect on your first PA brevet. All participants are obliged to follow the rules for riders as well as local vehicle laws (PA, NJ, NY). Safety is a primary concern. All riders must sign a waiver. Please read these Safety Instructions.
These events are not for beginners. The courses are hilly. You may face extremes of weather: heat, cold, wind, rain. There will be night riding in the longer events. Complete several ordinary century cycling events before starting a 200K brevet; complete several 200Ks before starting a longer brevet.
For Club Members: $10
For Guests: $15
Registration is closed for this event.
06:00 Sign-in, Bike Inspection
06:50 Rider meeting
07:00 EST Riders depart
Finish Cutoff: 20:30 EST 10 November 2018 (13.5 hrs)
The hours for this event extend beyond daytime. Riding at night without appropriate reflective gear and lights will result in an immediate disqualification. See the rules Article 10 for requirements. See the reflectivity guide for best practices.
Weather forecast for start location: Milford, NJ
This event runs rain or shine.
Rides are sometimes
postponed or canceled if there is a significant chance of extreme
conditions that threaten safety (e.g. ice, snow, high winds). Check
the message board
last minute announcements.
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