Join us for the 9th annual 6-day, 200-mile Cycling the Hudson Valley bike tour through the historic Hudson Valley on July 30-August 4, 2013. The Hudson River Valley has long been celebrated as one of the most picturesque river valleys in the world!
The Cycling the Hudson Valley is designed for fun and relaxation and to acquaint you with the richness of the Hudson Valley. You don't need to be an expert to participate in this tour but you and your bicycle should be in good physical condition. You'll cover 35-45 miles per day. The route includes some hills (see elevation chart.) The route has been carefully selected for optimal bicycling but, especially as the tour approaches NYC, some busy roads are inevitable.
Home to Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site, West Point, the spectacular Catskill Mountains, scenic villages, riverfront mansions, and many outstanding parks and trails, the Hudson Valley is rich in history, culture, wineries, gourmet cuisine and scenic bicycling. And through it all runs the mighty Hudson River.
Volunteer - Ride for Free!
Both riders and non-riding participants can volunteer to help out during
the ride. Volunteers will receive a discount on the registration fee
and riders will still be able to bicycle part of the time. There are
many volunteer possibilities available for volunteers including sag
and luggage truck drivers, rest stop help, route supervisors, route
checking, and more! View Volunteer
job descriptions. Apply to become a volunteer. If you have questions about volunteering,
please contact us at 607-423-2769.
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