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The first ever weeklong, fully supported, road-bike tour through Adirondack Park
Cycle Adirondacks hosted by the Wildlife Conservation Society is already registering riders for next year’s August 23 debut. It’ll be the first ever weeklong, fully supported, road-bike tour through Adirondack Park. Beginning and ending at Saranac Lake in New York, each of the 600 participants will bike 80 to 120 kilometres a day and have up to 12 hours to do it. There’ll be SAG (or support-and-gear) vans along the way, and mechanics, medical personnel, clear maps and signage, volunteers, and rest stops with food and drinks, too. You can overnight in your own gear at “tent city,” which’ll include showers, toilets and water bars, or rent an already-assembled tent and air mattress from Comfy Campers. Local lodging is another option. Registration is US$1495 for adults, which includes parking for the week, three meals a day, designated camping areas, daily baggage service, and support services in camp and en route. firstname.lastname@example.org; cycleadirondacks.com.
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