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White Mountain Cycling Classic

Date/Time

Jun 22, 2013 to Jun 23, 2013

Description

A mini Tour de France in the White Mountains. This two-day race gives riders a chance to test their lungs on some of the most demanding terrain in New England. Sanctioned by USA Cycling and sponsored by New England Disabled Sports, this is also the only race sanctioned by US Handcycling in the Northeast. 

Kan­ca­m­a­gus Time Trial (Sat­ur­day, June 22): Riders compete in a 10.2 mile time trial that climbs more than 1,700 feet from the parking lot at Loon Mountain to the top of the Kancamagus Highway.

Loon Moun­tain Cir­cuit Race (Sun­day, June 23): Back by popular demand, riders will race a 5.2 rolling loop course that starts at the Loon Mountain Parking lot, swinging through South Peak, before turning back to Loon on Rt. 112.

Click here to register for the White Mountain Cycling Classic.

Cost

$60

Location

View map Loon Mountain Resort
60 Loon Mountain Road
Lincoln, NH

Additional Information

Phone

1-800-229-5666

Contact email

gkwasnik@loonmtn.com

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