With Bicycle Times Adventure Fest presented by Trek right around the corner, let’s take a look at another of the event’s stellar road rides. This 60-mile loop offers a respectable 5,193 feet of total elevation gain by climbing up and over the beautiful Tussey Ridge twice in two different locations. Check out all the Adventure Fest details here, or sign up via BikeReg.
The above photo is from Williamsburg Mountain road, somewhere around mile 20 on the map below.
|Rating||Start/End Points||Length||Start/End Elevation||Avg Grade|
|15.94 mi/21.54 mi||5.60 mi||714 ft/2,042 ft||4.5%|
|24.72 mi/27.33 mi||2.62 mi||834 ft/1,054 ft||1.6%|
|39.35 mi/41.34 mi||1.99 mi||1,284 ft/1,974 ft||6.6%|
|48.07 mi/53.73 mi||5.67 mi||838 ft/1,468 ft||2.1%|
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