Tour de Cure New England Classic, Woburn MA: July 15-21, 2017

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016 New England Classic 150 & 550

The New England Classic Tour de Cure is a weekend or weeklong adventure cycling
through picturesque towns, along the coast and through the mountains. Our two-day,
150-mile tour takes you from Woburn, just north of Boston, through the Merrimack
Valley and into New Hampshire on our first day, and then continues on Day 2 to the
coast of Southern Maine. The seven-day, 550-mile tour rolls on into the White Mountains
of New Hampshire, across the Connecticut River Valley into Vermont and on to the
Green Mountains, before returning via the Monadnock region of New Hampshire to Massachusets on the triumphant final day. The intrepid group of riders on both New England Classic tours join forces in the fight to Stop Diabetes® and raise funds for diabetes research, education and advocacy in support of the American Diabetes Association.

The week-long Tour de Cure New England Classic starts at 77 Dragon Court, Woburn, MA

Route Description

Two-Day New England Classic 150

DISTANCE – 150 miles, divided about evenly between the two days

  • START: Parker Chomerics, 77 Dragon Court, Woburn, Mass.
  • DAY ONE FINISH: University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H.
  • DAY TWO FINISH: University of New England, Biddeford, Maine (just up the coast from Kennebunkport)

Seven-Day New England Classic 550
DISTANCE – 550 miles. Shortest day: 65 miles; Longest day: 95 miles

 

2016 ROUTES

  • Day 1 – Woburn MA to Durham NH 82.2 miles
  • Day 2 – Durham to Saco ME, 71.1 miles
  • Day 3 – Saco to Bartlett, NH 80.1 miles
  • Day 4 – Bartlett to Berlin VT 109.1 miles
  • Day 5 – Berlin to Killington, VT 70.5 miles
  • Day 6 – Killington to Keene, NH 76.7 miles
  • Day 7- Killington to Woburn, MA 82.7 miles

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