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Brevets Feb 23, 2013 - 200k

07:00 Saturday morning

The routes are somewhat to very challenging routes in places due to the terrain, but not such that most reasonably fit randonneurs would not be able to finish on time. If your fitness is low or your stop times are long then time will be tight. Some of you may need a triple or low gear compact crank. You will need to watch your stop times and site seeing times, so consider planning to keep a steady effort on the easier sections which you have a good bit of in different sections of the routes and there are quite a few long down hills too. Please save some energy for the hills and long rollers.

There is no official SAG on any of these Brevets.

Feb 23, 2013 200k Brevets
Salisbury,Traphill, Jonesboro, Salisbury

Distance for 200k is approximately 204 Kilometers 127 miles
with some climbing in the middle, about 5700 ft of total climbing

Pre-Registration is strongly recommended for all events! If you do not pre-register your start may delayed or you may not be able to get credit for the brevet.

On Site Registration/inspection opens about an hour before the start
Hedge St off of Hwy 601 N - near 2702 S. Main St. Salisbury, NC

If you have not completed the brevet by sunset you must have RUSA approved lights and reflective gear on and operational or you will receive a DNF for the brevet.

Suggested donation

600k = $60 per rider
400k = $40 per rider
300k = $30 per rider
200k = $20 per rider

Brevets are generally not races for which there is no prize money, so please be polite to all volunteers, fellow riders and convenience store attendants. Helping a fellow rider to finish is allowed and should make you feel better.

Please ensure that you dress appropriately for the weather conditions and have sufficient supplies and extra funds if needed for anything that may arise while en route on brevets!

These are ACP Brevet routes .

The total time allowed from start to finish is 13.5 hours for the 200k and 20 hours for the 300k and 27 hours for the 400k. and 40 hours for the 600k and 75 hours for the 1000k. Riders must follow and complete the approved route. This route goes through several small towns in central North Carolina traveling along mostly low traffic roads. There may be some sections where traffic is high, so please ride carefully and safely at all times. The intermediate controls are where stores allow you to refuel with some basic supplies. There are also some other stores along the route where you may be able to stop and get limited nutritional supplies.

These are basic route maps. Please note that all online images, que sheets and maps are for general reference. Offical routes will be provided at the event start for registered participants. Anoter map version is available by clicking on either map.


200k Que sheets

Start location will be on Hedge St near old Windsong Bicycle Shop - Salisbury, NC
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