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Route Information

The 2017 route elevation profiles and mileages will be posted below soon.

Please keep in mind that the information is developed using an online mapping software and may have some incorrect data.   The mileages and elevation profiles are only to give you a general idea of each day's route distance and difficulty. 

     All routes are subject to change as the Cycle NC Staff are constantly out on the routes in search of great rest stops, smooth roads, low traffic counts, construction free zones and unique towns. Routes are not final until Cycle NC staff make the last check one week prior to the event.  All final cue sheets and maps will be emailed out to all registered participants the Monday before the ride starts. 

Click link below to view the Elevation Profiles:

2017 Elevation Profiles & Mileages

Tentative Daily Mileages: 
Day 1:  Jefferson to Elkin - 60 miles  (elev. +3,705 ft)
Day 2:  Elkin to Oak Ridge - 60 miles  (elev. +2,710 ft)
Day 3:  Oak Ridge to Chapel Hill - 74 miles  (elev. +2852 ft)
Day 4:  Chapel Hill to Knightdale - 66 miles  (elev. +2,865 ft)
Day 5:  Knightdale to Wilson - 55 or 100 miles  (elev. +1,356 ft)
Day 6:  Wilson to Kinston - 64 miles  (elev. +885 ft)
Day 7:  Kinston to Swansboro - 62 miles  (elev. +978 ft)


Cue Sheets
The Cycle NC Cue sheets, featuring turn by turn instructions and an overview maps will be available electronically in PDF format.  The links to the pdf files will be eamiled directly to all registered particiapnts to view and download prior to the start of the event.  In addition to the cue sheets, directional signs along with road markings will also be located at each turn along the routes.  

Bike Mechanics
If you find your bike needs some assistance during the ride, 
Cycling Spoken Here bike shop will be at the start/finish and along each days routes to get you repaired and back on the road.

Support and Gear Vehicles (SAG)
All the routes are fully supported with CNC vehicles to provide assistance to riders in need.  If you need help, pull off the road and pat the top of your head and they will stop to assist you.  Personal SAG's are not allowed on the routes at any time. 

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