Alternatively, follow these steps to register:
· Go to Bikereg.com
· Under “Event Calendars”, choose “Gravel Grinders> New England”
· At the Event Calendars page, enter “Rose Mountain Rumble” in the event name field and click search.
· Register for your preferred course of the RMR!
· Count down the days and keep an eye on the weather…
The RMR is located at the Historic Lyndeborough Town Hall, 1131 Center Road, Lyndeborough, NH 03082. 9am ride start. Plan on arriving a bit early between with sign in starting at 7:30am for 80 mile riders. The 25 miler is the ONLY course marked with directional arrows. For the 45, 66 and 80 miler courses we provide both Cue Sheets and GPX files. Please download the GPX files ahead of the rides as cell phone reception is spotty at Lyndeborough’s Old Town Hall. Two water stops are provided with an additional 3rd for 80 mile riders but be sure to bring enough water and food to be self-sufficient. We can’t stress this enough: BE PREPARED. A lunch will be provided at the finish thanks to the Lyndeborough Women’s Club BUT again, all riders should have sufficient food and supplements to fuel themselves throughout their ride. No food is provided along the course. Riders will go through town centers in Francestown and Lyndeborough which both conveniently have general stores where you can purchase additional supplies. Please note this before your ride! We recommend a minimum of 32mm tires, small tool kit for repairs, spare/s and patch kit to repair flat/s and any additional items you typically bring on your more epic rides. This is a ride and not a race. All registration fees go towards helping the Piscataquog Land Conservancy’s on going efforts of conservation. Ride with pride knowing you’re helping to preserve the local terrain for all to enjoy!
For detailed course descriptions and to download your personal copies of the RMR Cue Sheets and GPX files, please follow the link above for “Courses” or click here.
A real nail biter and a true challenge to test any experienced riders mentally and physically. The course boasts well over 80% gravel roads. Not for the faint of heart and experienced riders need only apply.
Classic New England dirt roads featuring narrow, rock wall lined, twisty, scenic paths less traveled. The course boasts well over 80% gravel roads. This one is where tall tales begin and adventures are put to memory.
The Rose Mountain Rumble’s 45-mile course option might only be 45 miles, but it is no joke. This is a rumble. This is your first taste of the area’s finest. A fast-paced ripper chocked full of scenic dirt roads, good tree cover, scenic overlooks, technical descents, and climbs. Bring your A-Game and drag your friends up from Bean Town. You won’t be sorry.
The RMR’s 25-mile course option is a great introduction for families and beginner riders who want to get out for an afternoon of scenic fun and enjoy a laid-back, relatively simple pedal. The course meanders through Lyndeborough and connecting towns featuring scenic overlooks, historic High Bridge (a great place for a snack and rest!), the Trebuchet at Yankee Farm, and the return trip to your starting point where lunch is waiting for all riders.