We’re striving to offer something for everyone at Adventure Fest, no matter what style and length of ride you’re looking for. This 38-mile mixed surface ride is quite a bit more accessible than the 70-mile mixed surface ride we featured earlier. But, it’s still an adventure with 4,000 feet of total elevation gain.
Mixed surface rides traverse everything from graded gravel roads to snowmobile trails to forest roads and even a bit of pavement to link it all together. While a skilled rider will be able to complete these rides without issue on a skinny-tire road bike, a bike with 28 mm or larger tires will be more comfortable and less likely to flat.
Of course, Adventure Fest is about more than just riding. Plan to take your time and enjoy some of the beautiful terrain you’ll be passing through. Bring your friends and enjoy a relaxing weekend of riding amongst friends.
|Rating||Start/End Points||Length||Start/End Elevation||Avg Grade|
|1.12 mi/2.43 mi||1.31 mi||951 ft/1,277 ft||4.7%|
|5.29 mi/10.34 mi||5.04 mi||878 ft/1,469 ft||2.2%|
|11.89 mi/13.51 mi||1.62 mi||1,216 ft/1,661 ft||5.2%|
|30.14 mi/33.62 mi||3.49 mi||1,399 ft/1,825 ft||2.3%|
|37.61 mi/39.41 mi||1.81 mi||892 ft/1,124 ft|
Bicycle Times Magazine celebrates your everyday cycling adventure. That’s why we’re bringing cyclists together to share an adventurous weekend of riding under a canopy of spectacular fall foliage for Bicycle Times Adventure Fest Presented by Trek Bikes at Lake Raystown Resort in Entriken, Pennsylvania, the weekend of October 9-11, 2015.
At Adventure Fest, you choose your own adventure and ride your own pace. All routes will be signed and mapped. Just grab your crew, a map and cue sheet and hit the road. All rides will have aid stations and sag support should you need it. Otherwise, start when you want, ride your pace and finish when you want. Join us!Tweet Print