Party goes from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Party time...cold beer and barbeque
After changing into some nice dry clothes, cyclists returning to their starting location on the bus can check their bikes and bag of wet clothes and then go join the BBQ and beer party. The cost of the party is included in the fee for the ride. Any friends or family members meeting you in Winsdor can also attend the party. Additional beer and meal tickets will be available on site.
Bus back to Williston or Bethel
Need a ride? To get on the bus back to Williston or Bethel, you must have signed up for the option by the end of the day on Friday, August 5th. Premier Coach out of Milton, VT helps provide this service.
Cyclists who selected the option will have themselves, their gear and their bike transported back to the starting point (Catamount Family Center or Bethel). There will be one bus making a stop in Bethel and then continuing on to Williston, departing the brewery at 5:30 PM. This leaves plenty of time to have a few beers and some great food before heading back.
Remarks and Awards
Start at 4:30 PM
Live Music! tbd
Staying in Vermont?
Windsor is a small town rich with history, unspoiled scenery and also home to the longest covered bridge in the United States. It is a great place to spend the rest of the weekend if you are in no rush to get back home. Have family or friends meet you in Windsor as there are several campgrounds, hotels, B&B's and other great places to stay and do things nearby both in Windsor or in White River Junction, VT, which is about 12 miles north of the brewery.
Anyone who wants to stay overnight in Vermont must make their own lodging arrangements as well as transportation home.
Here are several web links that may help you get started: