Summer Calendar of Ride Events ...check them out!

For details, click on the name of each ride or go to "News & Events"/"Current Events" page
 
WCSQBO-Sponsored Rides
  • “Warren County Cycling Challenge”: Experience the amazing variety of beautiful scenic on-road and off-road rides throughout Warren County. Cyclists – beginners through advanced – can choose from the list of Challenge rides to fit their own cycling ability. No time limit; no cost. Ride at your own pace and enjoy the experience! 
     
  • 3rd Annual Harry Elkes Ride, Saturday September 10:  Meet at the Hub, Brant Lake; Registration from 9-11 am; Cost $20 (with free t-shirt); Pre-register at www.BikeReg.com.  3 rides are offered - 50miles, 32 miles, & 15 miles; After the ride, enjoy lunch & beverages at The Hub. Celebrate cycling history with Harry Elkes video, 1900's world-class bike racer.

  WCSQBO- Supported Rides


 5th Annual Champlain Canalway Trail Bicycle Tour, Sunday, August 14. This tour is a one-day exploration of historic sites along the Hudson River/ Champlain Canal corridor. This 18-mile tour will begin at Hudson Crossing Park near Lock 5, just north of Schuylerville to Saratoga National Historical Park, with stops at historical landmarks. Bike back (total 32 miles) or ride back on the canal with Mohawk Maiden Cruises. Cost: $55.00 includes lunch, water and snacks at selected stops, cycle guides and support vehicle. Contact: Lori Solomon at 518-322-2067, ljsolomon@akibatravel.com or visit www.akibatravel.com
Click on: "5th Annual" to view flyer & details.
 
35th Annual Ti Ride, Sunday, August 21: Ride from Lake George Village to Baldwin Dock in Ticonderoga (40-50 miles); meet and board the Mohican (with your bike) for a relaxing cruise back to Lake George Village.  Reserve the Mohican Ride at the Lake George Steamboat Company.
 
 
SAFE CYCLING IS FOR EVERYONE!

The mission of WCSQBO is to promote safe & quality bicycling in Warren County, New York.

Bicycling-friendly communities offer excellent commuter options, reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality, expand economic development, reduce heath-related costs, and enhance recreational opportunities; all of which give residents an improved quality of life & non-residents incentive to visit.
 
 

COME & BICYCLE IN ONE OF THE COUNTRY'S MOST BEAUTIFUL REGIONS.

 
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