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Paved roads most of the way; some dirt roads accessible to a road bike. Many scenic country roads, some state highways mostly with good bike lanes. Lots of hills on the way up, fewer on the way back. This is not a ride for beginners, but the pace will be slow (10 mph ish) and no one will be left behind. I ride a recumbent and I'm slow on the uphill...so the deal is that I'll wait at the bottom of the hill, if you'll wait at the top!
You will be responsible for finding your own lodging or camping in Brattleboro. I'll be staying at the Comfort Inn just north of town.
If there is interest, there may also be a Friday ride; it would be a loop starting from the Amherst, MA area.
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