The starting location is from the Park N Ride lot near the I-80 interchange for Delaware Water Gap. Look for the organizer when you arrive. There is a convenience store on the right just down Broad Street from the parking lot should you need anything last minute.
Parking is available at the start location near the I-80 Interchange, across the street from the Pennsylvania Welcome Center.
Traveling far? Overnight accommodations are available at several hotels in Stroudsburg. Make your own reservations by calling the hotel directly.
After finishing, relax and replenish at the Village Farmer & Bakery BBQ counter operating in the yard. It operates until 8pm inthe summer.
Starting out at the Park and Ride Lot in Delaware Water Gap we head north up the Allegheny Front through Canadensis and Promised Land State Park. At the top we control at the Exxon Promised Land Fuel Stop before beginning the long descent toward the Delaware River along the scenic Lackawaxen River. After crossing the historic Roebling Aqueduct, we join up with Rt 97, which is a scenic and generally flat river road, except for the detour that climbs up the mountain to the controle in Eldred (pronounced El Dread). After summiting, it's on to Port Jervis through the many amazing overlooks at Hawks Nest.
Your reward is perhaps ice cream at the Port Jervis controle.
From Port Jervis, we begin our return leg down along the Delaware River. The Hainesville General Store controle offeres decent food for replenishing before tackling the Old Mine Rd climb to Millbrook Village (water and bathrooms). from Millbrooke Village, it's a quick dash through the NJ side of the Delaware Water Gap Recreation Area to the finish. You'll cross the Delaware one final time on the I-80 pedestrian bridge which is also the Appalachian Trail.
There are several steep, extended climbs. Choose your gears accordingly.
This ride is a randonneur style bicycle event under the sanction of Randonneurs USA and Audax Club Parisian. Completing this event can help you train and qualify for Paris-Brest-Paris and earn RUSA and ACP 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.
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