Maps & Directions

Maps will be on display at start of the ride and at all rest stops and routes will be clearly marked. Please note, the routes may be subject to change based on COVID restrictions.

Maps and directions will not be printed out for cyclists. Please download one of the apps or print out a copy for your own use.

You may also download a pdf with rest stop & tracking mat locations here.

We have tracking mats at certain locations on the 100, 50, & 30 mile routes. You may visit the tracking link and search for your family or friends to follow their progress. Please note: This is not LIVE tracking, it will only show the times that they enter and leave certain rest stops so you have a sense of where they are.

GET THE TRACKING LINK HERE.

Volunteers have graciously created a variety of ways for you to access maps & directions for all routes. They will also be well marked with color coded paint by route.

NEPR 100 Mile Ride

For those of you asking about the vertical gain, our volunteer cycling guru indicates that the 100 mile route is considered flat by New England standards and has 2156 elev gain per Strava recorded stats. The numbers on mapmyride may differ slightly.

*Another of our wonderful cyclists sent us the link for the Century Ride on the Strava app and RideWithGPS.

Strava Route

Ridewithgps.com

NEPR 50 Mile Ride

The 50 mile route is considered flat by New England standards and has 1,220 elev gain per Strava recorded stats. This differs slightly from the numbers indicated on mapmyride.

Ridewithgps.com Route

 Strava.com Route

Directions for the 30 mile route

MapMyRide 30 Mile Route

Cue Sheet 30 Mile Route 

NEPR 30 Mile Ride

The vertical gain on the 30 mile route, per Strava recorded stats it has 568 elev gain.

Ridewithgps.com Route – Unchanged for 2021

Strava.com Route – Unchanged for 2021

Directions for 10 mile ride

MapMyRide 10 Mile Route

10 Mile Cue Sheet

NEPR 10 Mile Ride

HOW TO DOWNLOAD MAPMYRIDE:

  1. Create MapMyRide account on computer.  Need to specify an email address accessible from the phone in setup.
  2. Download MapMyRide app to phone
  3. Click on MapMyRide link on NEPR website
  4. Click on “Send to Phone” button above map….this actually sends an email with an OPEN ROUTE button
  5. Open the email on phone, click OPEN ROUTE and that should launch MapMyRide app.