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Dusk to Dawn Ride 2017

  • Location:  Ride Studio Cafe in Lexington, MA
  • Ride Type:  Mixed Terrain Night Ride
  • Date & Time:  Saturday to Sunday, 24-25 June 2017.  We roll out at sunset:  8:25 pm.
  • Distance:  60 miles and 90 miles
  • Price:  $75 to $95 depending on category

This is an Overland Base Camp event.  Ride Studio Cafe is the host.  

Description:  As the name stipulates:  Riding from dusk to dawn.  Actually, not to get too technical but really we’re riding from sundown to sunrise.  The ride is a set distance and you ride until you’re done.  A few people might make it to the finish before dawn but most riders are likely to see the sunrise along the course.  In addition to night riding, it’s important to know that about 50% of the ride will be on dirt - dirt roads, singletrack, fire roads, goat paths, and other terra incognita.

Routes:  Two Options

  1. About 90 miles:  Expect this route to take you from dusk through dawn.
  2. About 60 miles of pavement, gravel, dirt, and rocks.  About half of the ride is unpaved.  Some singletrack, too.  We expect the ride to take between 2.5 to 4 hours.  See the "Pacing Description" table on the OBC site for details.

Ride Notes: We have a designated Ride Headquarters Super Domestique leading the ride and pointing out turns. We don’t have a sweep rider for this ride so only participate if you’re confident in your skill level and fitness – or know your way back.

Estimated time:  See route details above.

Last Minute Information:  Watch Overland Base Camp's Twitter feed for last-minute updates, weather cancellations or other changes. 

Overland Base Camp Contact Information:  Email OBC or call:  (617) 991-0640.

Riding Rules, What to Bring, How Our Rides are Different:  All riders are required to read and are expected to abide by These Rules. 

Waiver:  RSC requires a signed waiver before your first ride. Please fill it out online prior to your first ride.

Proper Bike for This Ride:  

  • 32c knobby tires, minimum size.  If you don’t have 32c or wider, you’ll be riding alone after you get a flat.
  • Clipless pedals:  This ride isn't for everyone; we ride at a fair pace and aren't stopping a lot.
  • Spare tube or two – with all the tools required to fix a flat – or two.
  • Basic tool kit:  Self sufficiency is the phrase of the day.  The group will wait for you if you have a mechanical – in fact we’ll even help – but you don’t want people waiting trail-side too long on a chilly morning.
  • We do not recommend fenders since sticks and twigs can get caught in them.

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