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100 KM

The scenic 100 km ride begins in Barrie and makes its way through the valleys and farmland north of Toronto. It’s a challenging and exhilarating course for recreational riders.

50 KM

The 50 km ride is a great beginner route that covers beautiful countryside and guarantees a fun and memorable experience for participants.

B2B Route Map
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Both 100 km and 50 km riders will begin their ride in Barrie at Heritage Park. 50 km riders will end their ride in the countryside at Holland Marsh Winery, the 2nd rest stop for the 100 km riders who then continue on their way to Baycrest.

Along the route

25 km – Rest stop #1 for all riders
50 km – Rest stop #2 for 100 km riders and finish and lunch for 50 km riders
85km – Rest stop #3 and lunch for 100 km riders
100 km – Finish for 100 km riders

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