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OCTOBER 29-30, 2016 | 6:00 PM | 108 MILES | 3,545' | SCHUYLERVILLE, NY | $50
Are you an experienced night rider? Are you a day tripper that wants to go all night? Either way, this scary ride is for you!
It's a great opportunity to join other night owls on an all night, fun, friendly ride. The route will be a rolling loop through Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties and will take us to frightening places like Bloody Pond, and Prospect Hill Cemetery, and past haunted houses, burial grounds, cemeteries, murder sites, zombie lands, battlefields and war monuments. And since it's close to Halloween, with a nearly full moon to boot, you never know what you might see!
Lights and reflective gear will be mandatory, and please make sure you have enough battery power to get you through the entire night (expect 8 - 10 hours of riding time). We require at least one headlight attached to your bike, two taillights (one steady, one flashing, of which at least one has to be attached to your bike), reflective ankle bands and a reflective vest or reflective sash. To view our complete rider checklist, which includes our minimum lighting requirements, click here.
We'll also have a selection of lights, batteries, tires, tubes and other merchandise, including Haunted Hundred t-shirts, for sale at the start, in case anyone needs anything. In addition, we've made a few items available that you may order with your online registration.
This ride will be unsupported on the road, but we'll have food at the start and finish, and gels, drinks and bars to take with us.
We'll start promptly at 6 PM from our event director's home at: 7 Pearl Street, SCHUYLERVILLE, NY. This is a residential neighborhood, so please be courteous when arriving and departing. For travel directions and parking instructions, CLICK HERE.
Same day registration will be available beginning one hour before the start, and we're pleased to announce that we now accept credit cards for on-site registration and purchases.
This ride will be held rain or shine and entry fees are non refundable and non transferable.
For more information, or if you have any questions, feel free to contact us.