Our little community is of the utmost importance to us, so that is why we've decided to add a few extra restrictions to this year's ride. First, masks will be required at the start/finish area, regardless of vaccination status. While at food/drink stations and registration desk, please stand a minimum if 3' apart from your fellow bike enthusiasts (minus family).

   At aid stations, please keep your distance from riders and volunteers. Masks are not required, but suggested, and hand sanitizer will be provided. Snacks will be individually packaged/portioned (though feel free to grab more than one :)) 

    No group starts. Unlike previous years, this year we have 4 time windows that riders can start in (depending on the ride). Whenever you're ready, you can begin!

100k   7:30 - 8:30am

60k    8:30 - 9:30am

30k    9:30 - 10:30am

10k    10:30 - 11:30am

    Post-ride, please respect the 3' spacing guideline and wear your mask while on the green. Woodbelly Wood-Fired Pizza is happy to feed all the hungry riders and we'll also have lots of food and non-alcoholic beverages (though if you are interested in an adult beverage, we have a lovely bar - The Den - just down the street)

   If any registered rider is considering not attending this year's ride due to safety concerns, please email and we will happily change your registration to next year's event or refund your entry fees.


Last note: We are thrilled to partner this year with Green Mountain Gravel - check out their website at  RTR riders are being offered the following discount code (RTRROCKS) to use on their site for 10% off any apparel order. GMG will have a tent at our event this year where you can pick up your order, or make purchases the day of the event (full price), and a portion of those proceeds will support the Cabot Mentoring Program.


   Thanks for helping to protect our little community! See you soon!



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About Cabot Mentoring

The Cabot Mentoring program is committed to providing a caring mentor to any child in the Cabot area who would like to have one. By creating and supporting mentor pairs based on similar interests, Cabot Mentoring provides an opportunity for adults and youth to form friendships, learn together, and connect more deeply with their community.