Many bicycle rides cross states that are measured
in hundreds of miles and many days. The White Clay Bicycle Club offers
an alternative that is modest in time, effort and stamina (a bicycle ride
nearly anyone can do) that crosses and “doublecrosses” an
entire state in only 31 total miles over flat terrain. In addition to
the traditional route, we offer a 62-mile (metric century) route for those
who would like a longer ride.
The 31-mile loop includes a food stop. The
62-mile loop includes three food stops
July 7, 2013
am (until 9:00 am for metric century)
Middletown High School, Middletown, DE (see
COST: $15 (by
June 18-postal or June 28-online); $20 thereafter
(Children under the age of 18 are free but must be accompanied by a paid
Registration fee includes free event souvenir, fully marked routes, food
stops at regular intervals and SAG service until 3:00 p.m.
CONTACT: Joe Bockrath, email@example.com
(by June 30)
FORM (by June 18)
DIRECTIONS TO LOCATION
All routes begin and end at
Middletown High School
- Rt.299 (Main St.) and Silver Lake Rd. Middletown, DE
From New Jersey and northeast PA:
I-95 into DE. Exit 4A, Rt.1 south ($1 toll) for approximately 17
miles to exit 136. Right at light on to Rt. 299, go 1 mile to left
on Silver Lake Rd. School entrance on left.
From Baltimore and points west:
I-95 into DE. Exit 1, Rt. 896 south,
joins with Rt.71 south. Follow Rt.71 south to left on Rt.299 east,
go 1 mile to right on Silver Lake Rd. School entrance on left.
From points south and west:
Rt.301 to Rt.299 into Middletown, follow as above. Or, follow Rt.1
to exit 136 or Rt.13 into Odessa. Left on Rt.299 to left on Silver
Lake Rd. School entrance on left.