It's time for the fifth annual RBC James P. Murray Three Bridges Century. Mark your calendars for Sunday July 12, 2015. The century (100 mile) route is a scenic figure 8 across the Hudson Valley. We'll start at the Bear Mt. Bridge, we'll cross the Newburgh/Beacon Bridge and the Walkway over the Hudson. The ride passes through New Paltz and offers beautiful views of the Shawangunk Ridge. A detailed cue sheet will be available on the day of the ride or see it here: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/1420386. The century route has about 5,500 feet of climbing. The ride this year is unsupported. There will be, however, lots of convenient, well-situated places to buy refreshments, such as the Wallkill Farmers Market at mile 50. Bring money and/or credit card. Also, be sure to bring your own tools, CO2 cartridges and spare tubes. There will be separate A and B level groups. We'll hit the road at 7:00 AM, so please get to the start early. Questions? email email@example.com
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