2019 Event Calendar

2019 New England Randonneurs events listed below.

DateDistancesStart LocationEvent Name 
March 23100kConcord, MASterling 100k
March 30200kProvidence, RINarragansett Bridges & Bays
April 6200kConcord, MAWachusett, Oakham, and Purgatory
April 20100kMontpellier, VTPeidmont Populaire
May 4200kMiddlesex, VTGreen Mountain 200k
May 11200k & 300kConcord, MAWare's The Quabbin
May 18200k+Fleche & Trace Team Weekend 2019
June 1200k & 300kBurlington, VTLake Champlain Loop
June 8200k & 400kWoburn, MAPortland Daytrip & Portland Express
June 29600kConcord, MACT River Tango
July 20300kWellesley, MANewport & Plymouth 300k
July 27200kLexington, MAOvernight 200k
Aug 3400kWoodstock, VTOh Canada
Sept 28100k & 200kMontgomery Center, VTFall Classic
Oct 5200kProvidence, RICider Dreams

* Denote events in which lighting and reflective gear is optional for riders finishing before sundown. NER strongly encourages lighting & reflective gear at all times.

Event details may change; check the event detail page a week before the event and again 1-2 days in advance for possible changes or updates to event.

NER Membership: Starting in 2019 a RUSA Membership is required for entry into all NER Events. But a NER Membership on BikeReg. An NER Membership is only $5!

Season Pass: A Season Pass is available for sale via BikeReg for $75. With a Season Pass you can pre-register for all events without additional fees and it saves riders a considerable amount of money and time if they plan to ride more than a few events. A NER Membership will be required as well.

Pre-Registration: Online pre-registration is required for most events. Please email the NER RBA (rba@nerandonneurs.org) if you miss the cut off for online registration — generally the day before the ride at noon. We’ll be able to accommodate you only if the brevet documents have not yet been printed and you’re already a member.

Brief Details

Start Locations: See the ride detail pages.

Required Safety Equipment: Bikes are to be equipped with a front headlight(s) and solid rear taillight(s). Riders are to wear a reflective vest or sash and reflective legbands. Full details on the Questions & Answers page.

Alternative Distance Option: Some rides have multiple distance options. Riders may only register for a single distance and will be considered a DNF if they switch distances mid-route.

Cue Sheet: When registering, riders can request a paper cue sheet be printed and given to them at the start or they can print the cue at home a day or two before the ride. We generally have a few extra copies for riders who intended to print themselves but were not able to.

Route Sanctioning: All events sanctioned by RUSA. See the event detail pages for ACP sanctioning.