Saturday 1 February 2020
07:30 EST Start Time
The Deli opens at 6AM. A wide variety of bagels and other breakfast items are available.
Due to the limited parking spaces at the Bridge Street Bagel & Deli, please do not park your car there. Parking is available in a parking lot off of Church St (across the street from the Milford Market). Pre-riders can use the church parking lot across from the Deli. Park along the creek, not directly next to 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.
With the prospect of winter weather conditions, this course mostly traverses primary roads with wide shoulders. Based on the Beyond Hope to New Hope course, we start this time in the middle at the Milford Bridge St Bagel and Deli, where we head head north, to Hope. At the Hope controle, we turn around and backtrack for a while, but instead of heading down the river all the way to New Hope, this time we veer a little East through Bloomsburg to climb Jugtown Mountain on Tunnel Rd, and then to climb Sourland Mountain. Eventually we reach Hopewell, an interesting small town where riders can relax and eat a warm meal at the Brick Market. This controle is the southern extent of the course. We turn north again as we work our way along the Delaware River back to the finish in Milford.
There are several steep, extended climbs. Appropriate gearing recommended.
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.
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