In the true spirit of randonnering, this brevet is a lightly supported ride.
The control will be staffed, and there is a mini-mart in case your needs go beyond
what will be provided. Some of these roads are remote, so make sure you can carry enough
food and water for 2 hours of riding. SAG support will be limited so make
sure to bring spare tubes and tools for light repairs you may need along the way.
The rider check-in will be open from 6:30-8:00am. You must have a helmet,
a tail light and a head light to start.
The course is mostly rolling hills, with a fair amount of climbing.
If you have any questions send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.