Time: March 26, 2017 from 9am to 5pm
Location: Pedal & Spoke, Ltd.
Street: 157 South Lincolnway Street
City/Town: North Aurora, IL 60542
Website or Map: https://www.facebook.com/even…
Event Type: social, gravel, mixed terrain, bike ride, donut ride, pastry ride
Organized By: by A.Brackett Cycles
Latest Activity: Mar 1
Pastry-Brest-Pastry: an adventure bicycle ride
Come out and start your season off right. Ride starts and ends from Pedal & Spoke bike shop. 60 miles of self-supported mixed terrain (60%+ unpaved) with multiple checkpoints stocked with donuts. Your registration includes Two Brothers Coffee before the ride, as well as a glass of Two Brothers' beer and a raffle ticket afterward during a little cool-down afterparty at Two Brothers Roundhouse. We will have maps printed on bandanas available during pregegistration as well as the day of the event (while supplies last). Otherwise, a download of the route will be available soon on the Facebook event. *Basic cue sheets will be available during check-in.*
T-shirts will only be available during preregistration.
Earlybird registration is $20 until 3/5/17.
Preregistration is $25 until 3/19/17.
Day-of registration will be $30.
Huge thanks to our sponsors for helping put this all together: Pedal & Spoke, Ltd., A.Brackett Cycles, Specialized Bicycles, and Two Brothers Brewery & Coffee Roasters.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, we can look it up with an ID.
What is the refund policy?
This ride will be rain(/snow/sleet/hail) or shine. No refunds.
What's the elevation of the course?
Flat. It's Illinois. Your single speed will be fine.
Should I bring spare tubes?
Don't even ask. Just bring them. This ride is completely self-supported!
Should I ride my _______ bike or my ______ bike?
It's up to you. I'd suggest 28c+, but you'll probably curse less if you have 32c+. It's 60%+ unpaved.
Is there a shorter option?
Yes. It's a 25 mile out and back, but with a 10 mile loop at the top. Like a huge, weird-shaped, gravely lolipop with a really bent stick.