• Jim

Peachy Keene


This Tuesday Night Ride we’re going to try a new scene, Heading down the river for a ride in Keene. Some Keeners have been joining us a Tuesday night or two It seemed that riding there sometime’s the least that we can do. “The Food Network” is the name of the venue. We’ll check out all the trails there that they offer on the menu And if their tasty trails still haven’t filled our appetite, They’ve invited us for snacks and drinks to end a perfect night! Rather than confusing you with attempts at clever lingo, I’ll hand the mic to Mike, so he can give you all the info: Parking is just past the Keene YMCA on Summit Rd. Past the Y there is a large gravel pull off. Meet there at 5:45, roll at 6. Directions FYI – bridge construction in Westminster VT crossing the CT to NH. Moves good, but could slow your drive down by 10 minutes… Ride will be 8-10 miles, 1200-1500’ of climbing, ~1.5-2 hours with a group. More flow than tech. We’ll have ride leaders so we can split up if need be. Easy to split off and head to car at any time as well. After fire/eats/drink at BK-NEMBA Chapter President Peter Poanessa’s house at: 36 Dickinson Rd, Keene, NH 03431 or Elm City Brewery at 222 West St in Keene (the big Colony Mill building).


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