Tour de Perry

4 years 7 months ago #44696 by Psyclone
Psyclone created the topic: Tour de Perry
Although not a MTB event, it is a road event with a MTB vibe. A great event that has welcomed WNYMBA members in the past.
The 2014 edition of Tour de Perry will be held on Saturday, July 12th starting at 8 AM from the Perry Village Park in Perry, NY. The event has two different routes for all levels of cyclists. There is a 17 mile family friendly route – the “Loop de Lake” – which will take riders around Silver Lake and through the heart of the Letchworth Valley. The “Letchworth Loop” is a challenging 53 mile route with 3000 feet of elevation gain through Wyoming County and Letchworth State Park (this is the only authorized cycling event through the park!). Both rides finish in downtown Perry at the Chalk Art Festival and the Taste of Summer dining event. Both routes are fully supported and offer “gourmet” rest stop food, with a tentative menu of roasted corn and black bean empanadas; watermelon, feta, & mint salad; French shortbread cookies; local seasonal fruit; and numerous other items. The menu, route information, maps, and photos of previous tours can be seen on our website at - Registration for all routes is $15 for single rider and $20 for family before June 28th and can be done on - That will include a Tour de Perry shirt (one per registration). For further details, contact Mark Black at 585-233-1839. You can also like us on Facebook.

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