So, New England had this pretty big storm a few weeks back, lots of snow and all that. That meant a day or two of moving lots of white stuff from one place to another and not much riding. With all these freakishly big storms, it's almost the climate changed or something....
So, yes, snow melts, and this dropping is doing just that. I'm seeing more and more ground everyday, but most rail trails and the like are still well covered. I'd hoped to have this year's "Basics" posted with final route description and all that, but I haven't been able to make a test run yet, so for now, that will wait a wee bit. The route, however, is basically set, so feel free to take a gander at last year's "Basics" if you are new to the ride. For those and all, rest assured, we are still go for the last Saturday in April (Sunday rain date). Best be riding!
Welcome to the site for all the latest information about Connecticut's dirty little century, roughly 118miles in early September, about half off paved surfaces. Please start by reading The Basics (this is a link) for information about the ride (if current year Basics is not yet available, the previous year will give a general gist).
Rather than answer individual questions repeatedly, please address questions as "comments" to the MOST RECENT post and I will answer in a blog posting for all to see.