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Centuries in the NorthEast(8 posts)

Centuries in the NorthEastbent_spoke
Mar 7, 2003 5:41 PM
I'm thinking about doing another Century & I wanted some input regarding ones that you've done. I did "Flatest Century in the East" in Rhode Island and that was great. I'm just wondering about trying something new that will give me something to focus my training on.

Also, does anyone know which Century actually holds the title as
"The Flatest Century in the East"? The TFCE only hold the name, which they had first & they're sticking with it. Thanks!
re: Centuries in the NorthEastHigh Gear
Mar 7, 2003 6:05 PM
This is one of the nicest metric centurys I have ever been on. Check it out.
re: Centuries in the NorthEastLive Steam
Mar 7, 2003 7:49 PM
The Bloomin' Metric is a fantastic ride, but it is not flat. No huge climbs, but lots of rollers that wind in and out of beautiful treed lanes. They get a big turnout. It is a lot of fun with generally "sound cyclists". Pun intended :O)
This is a listing of some.High Gear
Mar 7, 2003 6:22 PM
The COVAC is a nice ride too. If you want tough then the "Great River Ride" in Mass. is a hard one with 8000' of climbing and usually tough weather too.
re: Centuries in the NorthEastfirstrax
Mar 7, 2003 9:41 PM
The seacoast century is flatter.
Yup, that one IS flatter, but def scenic! I had fun last yr. nmjtferraro
Mar 8, 2003 6:09 AM
Best of them all, the Mad River Centurythe Phantom
Mar 8, 2003 6:43 AM
Third saturday in August has the Mad River Century in central Vermont. This is the best organized and well run event I have ever seen. Start is in Waitsfield Vermont with a Route 100 jam fest, ends with a great BBQ. Cost is about $35 going to a local charity. No killer hills with the route within scienic river valleys. Great folks, miles of smiles too. Please leave obnoid attitude at home.
obnoid ... I gotta look that one up! (nm)MrDan
Mar 8, 2003 8:44 AM