Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, NY
Bikes: 2010 Specialized Roubaix Expert, 2007 Specialized Sequoia Elte
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Originally Posted by Lucky07
If you're in the Mid-Hudson Valley this coming weekend, check out the Woodstock Century on Sunday Sept. 7th. It's a small well-run ride put on by the Mid Hudson Bicycle Club.
The ride features beautiful views of the lower Catskills, the Ashokan Resevoir & lots of rolling country roads. There are 37, 67 & 100 mile loops, along with a 6 mile family ride.
The ride is inexpensive as well. $25 walk in registration. Here's the link: http://www.midhudsonbicycle.org/?q=node/92
Just got back from a 4 day family getaway in that area.
I brought my bike up "just in case"
The house we rented was off road quite a bit and so I had to bring it down to the road on my car.
Unfortunately I couldn't find anywhere to leave the car while I rode so the bike stayed on my roof rack.
I drooled as I drove those roads up there.
This is a good opportunity to get back up there and do some riding.
The website mentions level 2 and level 4 rated terrain.
I know you rode the Harlem Valley.
How do those levels compare to the climbing done on that ride?