Have you heard of ididaride!? This Adirondack biking event offers two routes: one is the full 75-mile loop and the other a shorter 20-mile ride. It’s not a race, but you’ll need endurance to tackle this ride for sure. Have fun, get some exercise, and enjoy beautiful Adirondack scenery on this bike tour. After your ride be sure to celebrate with the other participants at the after party. Decide now if you want to participate in ididaride! on August 10, 2014.
Here’s a little description of the route:
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. 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. 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. (Adirondack Bike Tour: ididaride! 2014)
Four rest stops with snacks and water are provided along the route. SAG wagon and mobile mechanical support are available. Get all the details about the route and the ride here, and find directions to the starting point here.
ADK Member: $75
Non-ADK Member : $65
Youth (under 18): $50
If you register early there is $10 off through June 1.
All registrants receive tour packet & can attend the Après-Ride party – complete with food, drink and song. The first 200 registrants receive a free ride t-shirt!
All net proceeds from the ididaride! will benefit ADK’s Conservation and Recreation Programs
The deadline to register for ididaride! before a late fee is applied (and no promise of swag) is July 28, 2014.