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Old 09-27-11, 09:12 AM   #1
Christine Emery
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Post Hastings Highlands Hilly Hundred

The 7th Annual Hastings Highlands Hilly Hundred Road Bike Tour presented by The Bancroft Broken Spokes Cycling Club Inc. takes place on Saturday 8th September 2012. This ride is billed as "The Toughest Century Ride in Ontario". Six distances to choose from 38kms to 244kms with total elevation gains of 2,740 meters. The courses are aggressive, relentless and humble the most explerienced riders. Be prepared for technical climbs and descents throughout The Tour. It's tough so we spoil you: Included in your fee, Pancake Breakfast, total of 8 fully equipped checkpoints, emergency vehicles on course with paramedic, mechanic, tools and parts. Radio communications throughout The Tour with headquarters in Bancroft Ontario. Plate checks, maps, written directions, mandatory pre-ride meeting. Come out and take the challenge. Proceeds go towards upgrading bike trails in the area. Check out for registration and detailed information.
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