Ride Route 100–200 Miles in One Day.
Route 100–200 Miles–One Day Saturday, June 24th, 2023 The 200-on-100 is a one day bicycle ride that stretches from the Canadian border to the Massachusetts state line. Route 100 is widely recognized as one of Vermont’s most scenic highways and the ride is routed to minimize automobile traffic. With nicely spaced town greens for breaks, numerous scenic vistas, a number of long, steep climbs, and 50 mph descents, the 200-on-100 is a true New England classic, and a prime target for experienced cyclists.
While not a challenge to be tackled by the casual rider, the 100/200 should be within the capabilities of most well-trained cyclists. Bicycling Magazine included this ride in a 1989 article titled “Hell On Wheels: The 10 Toughest One-Day Rides in North America.” Whether you’ve never tried a double-century before, or you’re an experienced long-distance cyclist, this ride presents you with a challenge that you will always remember!
- 2023 Route (No changes this year as no big construction projects are scheduled.)
- Name Change 100-200? We caved to the obvious!
- Ride Cue Instructions (updated 6/18/22)
- Printable Cue Sheets (2022 version! For those who like old, reliable paper)
- 2022 Rider Letter (updated 6/18/22)
- Medical Facilities Near Route
- Want to connect with other riders? Use the hashtag #200on100 on Twitter!
- Join our Facebook group!
- The route is now listed as a RUSA Permanent, #4101, which should be good news for randonneurs.
Click here to learn about Ted King & Tim Johnson’s 200 on 100 rides.
Route at RideWithGPS
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A few updates on the ride listed at https://bikenewengland.com/2018/06/22/bike-ms-stamford/. First, this ride is not in Stamford, but starts at the Canadian border at North Troy, VT and ends at the Mass. state line, south of Readsboro, VT. It will take place this year on June 26th, 2021. Also, we changed the name of the ride to the 200-on-100, because that’s what everyone was calling it, and the website address to http://200on100.org.