Here it is, the last, but certainly not least, of the Bicycle Times Adventure Fest presented by Trek routes. This 31-mile loop will be signed and supported Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Adventure Fest. It’s a beautiful loop. To begin the ride, riders will cross Lake Raystown on the route 994 Bridge pictured below.
|Rating||Start/End Points||Length||Start/End Elevation||Avg Grade|
|0.06 mi/0.87 mi||0.81 mi||839 ft/940 ft||2.4%|
|9.16 mi/12.47 mi||3.30 mi||858 ft/1,250 ft||2.3%|
|14.15 mi/19.51 mi||5.36 mi||846 ft/1,466 ft||2.2%|
|21.13 mi/22.69 mi||1.56 mi||1,213 ft/1,656 ft||5.4%|
This 13-mile loop serves double duty as our shortest road loop and the suggested demo loop for road bikes from our exhibitors.
You’ll be treated to gorgeous views as you cross Raystown Lake on route 994. As you can see in the photo, this bridge offers a wide shoulder with plenty of room for bikes and cars to coexist. On the far side of the lake, riders will traverse rolling secondary roads with a total elevation gain of just 674 vertical feet.
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