You could be forgiven for thinking of the Vermont Overland as a Rasputitsa with good weather. Both rides see about 800 riders on a roughly 44 mile course. The start locations are less than a 2-hour drive from each other in the tiny gravel-crazy state of Vermont.
From the Vermont Overland website:
The Overland is a 44-mile dirt road bicycle race featuring 5,700 feet of climbing, seven sectors of “Vermont pavé” (unmaintained ancient public roads), two well-fortified sag stops, a magnificently scenic route and an awesome party afterwards. It’s the ultimate overland adventure ride. Open dirt roads, amazing scenery and an epic course unlike any you’ve ever ridden before, all within a beautiful Vermont pastoral setting.
We will update this post when the 2020 date is announced.
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