The Routes



Sturbridge to Provincetown

Mileage: 
111.00
Total ascent: 
2,500 feet
Degree of Difficulty: 
Most Difficult
Starting Location: 
Sturbridge
Ending Location: 
Bourne

The original first day route, Sturbridge to Bourne is the longest and most difficult leg of the event. The first 50 miles are quite hilly; riders face long grueling climbs as well as very fast descents. The last 60 miles are a combination of rolling hills and flats that if not for the first 50 miles, could be considered fairly easy.

This ride begins at 5:30 am and depending on pace and rest times, can last from 4 hours to 14 hours. Most riders arrive at MMA between 12:30 pm and 4:30 pm.

The fundraising minimum for any route finishing in Provincetown is $4,500 if riders register before March 1, $5,200 if riders register on or after March 1 and $7,500 if riders register on or after April 1. For more information on fundraising minimums please click here.

*The fundraising minimums are only valid until the route is closed*

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Mileage: 
81.00
Total ascent: 
1,500 feet
Degree of Difficulty: 
More Difficult
Starting Location: 
Bourne
Ending Location: 
Provincetown

This is the original day 2 route. Riders begin by crossing the Bourne Bridge. From there, it is a combination of rolling hills and flats until they reach Truro. Once there, riders face several short, but fairly steep climbs. Riders then have a few more miles of rolling terrain before finishing. 

This ride begins at sun up and depending on pace and rest times, can last from 3.5 hours to 9 hours. Most riders arrive in Provincetown between 10:00 am and 12:45 pm.

The fundraising minimum for any route finishing in Provincetown is $4,500 if riders register before March 1, $5,200 if riders register on or after March 1 and $7,500 if riders register on or after April 1. For more information on fundraising minimums please click here.

*The fundraising minimums are only valid until the route is closed*

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