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100-Mile Road Ride

Start: 7:00 AM
Registration: 5:30 - 6:30 AM
Start/finish line: The base of Mount Ascutney
Fee: Before August 7, $90 plus $150 fundraising minimum 
*Fee increases by $5 on August 7 and August 11


Event Day - The FAQs

Enjoy a light breakfast at registration, where you will receive your cue sheet, a bib number to wear on the back of your jersey, and an event t-shirt. If you purchased a jersey, you will receive it at registration as well. Please be ready by 6:45 AM for a riders meeting prior to departure.

Have questions about the ride? Click below to read our FAQ sheet, which we hope will offer all the answers you need.

View FAQs

100-Mile Road Ride Description

  • The 100-mile road ride starts by taking you north from Mount Ascutney toward Hartland, with the biggest climb of the day in the first five miles.
  • You will bypass White River Junction, by way of the VA Cutoff Road, and will enjoy a nice climb up Christian Street.
  • After riding though Norwich, you will take a right in town to stay on Route 5. You'll continue on Route 5 until you reach Route 132, where you will take a left. Rte 132 is a long pass, with some challenging hills and beautiful views.
  • Stay straight on Justin Morrill Memorial Highway to Route 110 south to Royalton.

  • Take a right on Route 14 and continue to Bethel, then take a left onto Route 107.

  • Turn left onto Route 12, which you will follow into Barnard. You'll then climb through Barnard and go down into Woodstock, where you will want to follow the cue sheet to avoid traffic in town (which brings you through the covered bridge!).

  • Go around the green and head onto Route 106 south past the Woodstock Inn.  Follow Route 106 into Reading, taking a left on Route 44, which will bring you back to the Start / Finish at Mount Ascutney.

  • Be sure to look out for Zeus the Zebra, who lives on Route 106 in Reading!

  • Click here for a map of the route.
You don't have to hit the road alone. Create a team and bring your friends! Registering with a team is easy and fun!

Rest Stops and Cutoff Times

All rest stops will offer water, electrolyte drinks, and energy food. In order to manage the operations of the ride, cyclists must enter the rest stops prior to the cutoff time. If you're having a slow day or struggling through any sections of the course, the SAG wagon will pick you up and jump you ahead to the next rest stop to ensure you can complete the ride in time and enjoy the P2P Festival. You will be asked to agree to these terms when registering.

Riders must finish by 5:00 PM.

Rest Stop #1
Rest Stop #1

Mile 9.5 in Hartland
Cutoff time: 9:00 AM

Rest Stop #2
Rest Stop #2

Mile 22.7 at Hanover Co-op Food Stores 
Cutoff time: 10:30 AM

Rest Stop #3
Rest Stop #3

Mile 39.5 at the South Strafford Recreation Center
Cutoff time: 12:00 PM

Rest Stop #4
Rest Stop #4

Mile 57.5 at the South Royalton Church
Cutoff time: 1:00 PM

Rest Stop #5
Rest Stop #5

Mile 71 at Barnard Academy
Cutoff time: 2:15

Rest Stop #6
Rest Stop #6

Mile 80.5 at Woodstock Elementary School
Cutoff time: 3:30 PM



Get Ready to Ride!

2018 Rider Packet

Your rider packet, complete with course information, will be emailed to you as we get closer to the event. Packets will include maps for road rides.