Randonneurs Nova Scotia is pleased to announce the details of our 2020 “Bathurst – Antigonish 1000k” brevet.
This brevet will take place on July 4-5-6 2020.
Link to the route is https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31088456
The ride will begin in Bathurst, New Brunswick on Saturday July 4th. Participants will have arrived in Bathurst the evening before by train from Halifax.
This is the flattest 1000k ride we’ve ever planned!
Our route follows the coastline of eastern New Brunswick for the entirety of the first day to Shediac NB, where we will meet our support crew who will have our bag drop bags and supper ready for us at the hotel. Terrain is flat to gently rolling.
Sunday the route follows the coastline of the Northumberland Strait from Shediac NB to Antigonish, NS where our crew will meet us again at the hotel. Terrain is gently rolling with only a few small climbs.
Monday the route heads south across the province to the Atlantic coast and follows the shoreline of the scenic Eastern Shore back to Halifax/Dartmouth. Terrain is gently rolling to rolling terrain.
Daily distances will be 390km/315km/300km respectively.
Estimated cost for the ride, including train travel to Bathurst, three nights hotel accommodation, two nights supper, and shared cost of the support crew and vehicle will be in the $500 vicinity.
The application form will be available on April 15th, 2020. If you would like to be on the “interested list”, please contact organizer Mark Beaver at email@example.com