Route Descriptions

The following are the 2022 routes. Road construction in 2022 may require revisions. Check back in May for up-to-date information. In order to reduce our environmental footprint, printed maps will not be available this year. Links to a Ride with GPS downloadable file for your bike computer and a .pdf file (click on map icon) of the route maps and accompanying cue sheets are found below. All routes have detailed directional signage on posts before each turn. Please follow the signs.

Note: The default Ride with GPS routes display in miles and feet. To change to metric while viewing, click on Settings at the top right of the map and select Metric. This workaround is for tablets and desktops. It does not appear to work on most mobile phones. You can also create a free Ride with GPS account at ridewithgps.com/signup and go to Settings to make your change. The maps and cue sheets in the .pdf files are in metric.

50 km Gravel Route. Rolling Hills.

This gravel route is 51.5 km in length with 434 m of elevation. It is 43% paved and 57% unpaved. The paved sections are connectors to gravel roads and trails. Gravel, cross, hybrid or mountain bikes with tires greater than 32 mm width are recommended. Standard road bikes are not appropriate for this type of terrain. There is 1 rest stop on this route at the 22.5 km mark. This route is intended for cyclists with gravel riding experience. Click on the links for route map and cue sheet.

2022 Ride with GPS 50 km Gravel Route Map.

70 km Gravel Route. Rolling Hills.

This gravel route is 70.9 km in length with 565 m of elevation. It is 45% paved and 55% unpaved. The paved sections are connectors to gravel roads and trails. Gravel, cross, hybrid or mountain bikes with tires greater than 32 mm width are recommended. Standard road bikes are not appropriate for this type of terrain. There is 1 rest stop on this route which will be accessed twice. The first occurrence at 22.5 km and the second at 43.4 km. This route is intended for cyclists with gravel riding experience. Click on the links below for route map and cue sheet.

2022 Ride with GPS 70 km Gravel Route Map.

12 km Flat Rail Trail Route. Flat.

This route is 12.3 km in length with 55 m of elevation. It is an out-and-back route on the Cambridge to Paris rail trail. The surface is hard-packed gravel which is suitable for most bikes. There is no rest stop on this route. Lunch will be served at the Arena. This route is intended for novice riders, families with young children and others who wish to avoid vehicular traffic. Riders should be comfortable riding in groups. Click on the links for route maps and cue sheets.

2022 Ride with GPS 12 km Rail Trail Route Map.

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12 km Route Map

20 km Flat Rail Trail Route. Flat.

This route is 20.5 km in length with 109 m of elevation It is an out-and-back route on the Cambridge to Paris rail trail. The surface is hard-packed gravel which is suitable for most bikes. The rest stop is located at the 9.5 km mark. This route is intended for novice riders, families with young children and others who wish to avoid vehicular traffic. Riders should be comfortable riding in groups. Click on the links for route maps and cue sheets.

2022 Ride with GPS 20 km Rail Trail Route Map.

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20 km Route Map

25 km Paved Roads Route. Mostly Flat with Some Hills.

This route is 25 km in length with 159 m of elevation. It consists of paved city and country roads with some hills. The rest stop is located at the 14.6 km mark. This route is intended for more experienced riders who are comfortable riding in groups and with vehicular traffic on country and city roads. They should be able to ride hills. Click on the links for route maps and cue sheets.

2022 Ride with GPS 25 km Route Map.

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25 km Route Map

50 km Road Route. Rolling Hills. Paved Roads.

This route is 50.4 km in length with 251 m of elevation. It consists of paved city and country roads on rolling terrain. There is 1 rest stop on this route located at 27.9 km. This route is intended for experienced riders who are comfortable riding in groups and with vehicular traffic on country and city roads. They should be able to ride long hills and steep descents. Click on the links for route maps and cue sheets.

2022 Ride with GPS 50 km Route Map.

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50 km Route Map

75 km Road Route. Rolling Hills. Paved Roads.

This route is 74.5 km in length with 609 m of elevation. It consists of paved city and country roads on rolling terrain. There is 1 rest stop on this route located at the 38.2 km mark. This route is intended for experienced riders who are comfortable riding in groups and with vehicular traffic on country and city roads. They should be able to ride long hills and steep descents. Click on the links for route maps and cue sheets.

2022 Ride with GPS 75 km Route Map.

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75 km Route Map

100 km Road Route. Rolling Hills. Paved Roads.

This route is 100.7 km in length with 746 m of elevation. It consists of paved city and country roads on rolling terrain. There are 2 rest stops on this route. The first is located at the 34.8 km mark and the second at 69.2 km. This route is intended for very experienced riders who are familiar with the rules for riding in groups and with vehicular traffic on country and city roads. They should be able to ride numerous long hills and steep descents. Click on the links for route maps and cue sheets.

2022 Ride with GPS 100 km Route Map.

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100 km Route Map

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