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FEATURED WEEK-LONG EVENT: Cycle North Carolina's Mountains to Coast Ride

When:
Saturday, October 1, 2022, 9:00 AM until 9:00 PM
Where:
Link to NC Sports for Registration
Lake Junaluska, NC  
Additional Info:
Category:
Non-PFW Event
Registration is recommended
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
For those who are looking for travel events, the PFW has received notice of this upcoming 7 Day Ride Across NC with 1-Day, 2-Day, 3-Day & Full Week Registration Options also. Full course runs from Lake Junaluska to Holden Beach, NC.

Registration on THIS page is NOT registration for the event, but PFW members will be able to see (and contact) other members who show interest or registration here. You will still need to officially register at https://ncsports.org/event/cyclenc_mountainstocoast_ride/

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The Cycle North Carolina Mountains to Coast Ride is a 7-day, fully supported bicycle tour traveling along scenic back roads that showcase rural North Carolina. The Mountains to Coast tour is a point-to-point ride, not a loop ride. Transportation options are available at the beginning and end of the ride to allow each cyclist to get back to a designated parking location if needed. Eight towns have been selected to serve as overnight hosts as the event moves across the state. Each day, cyclists can expect to ride an average of 50-60 miles between overnight towns. Only one route is offered each day (with the exception of one century option day) and all routes feature fully stocked rest stops, SAG support and mechanical support. Each route features turn-by-turn instructional cue sheets, Ride with GPS navigation, road markings and signage at every turn.

Day 1: Lake Junaluska to Hendersonville - 63 miles (elev. +4105 ft)
Day 2: Hendersonville to Tryon - 53 miles (elev. +3269 ft)
Day 3: Tryon to Belmont - 75 miles (elev. +3607 ft)
Day 4: Belmont to Albemarle - 67 miles (elev. +3660 ft)
Day 5: Albemarle to Laurinburg - 66 miles (elev. +2941 ft)
Day 6: Laurinburg to Whiteville - 66 or 100 miles (elev. +720 ft or 1000 ft)
Day 7: Whiteville to Holden Beach - 65 miles (elev. +750 ft)
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Updated 9/8/2022