The annual TRANS-NH BIKE RIDE benefits The Muscular Dystrophy Association. The ride provides quality support and accommodations for participants. All the funds raised will remain in NH helping our friends and neighbors who are affected by this difficult and life-threatening disease. Over the past 5 years expenses have averaged 12.7% of the total funds raised.  100% of the expenses are direct costs of the ride.

This is a three day ride with one and two day ride options are available. All levels of riders have successfully participated. We have excellent support, a welcoming community of participants, massage and much more!

2017 Routes

DAY 1: Canadian border – Lincoln NH ~ 80 miles

Route at RideWithGPS

DAY 2: Lincoln NH – Concord NH, ~ 70 miles

Route at RideWithGPS

DAY 3: Concord, NH – Portsmouth, NH, ~ 55 miles

Route at RideWithGPS

2016 routes

DAY 1: Canadian border – Littleton, NH, ~ 100 miles

DAY 2: Littleton, NH – Laconia, NH, ~ 75 miles

DAY 3: Laconia, NH – Portsmouth, NH, ~ 65 miles

One thought on “Trans-New Hampshire bicycle ride, Laconia

  1. Parts of the Rye tour from Portsmouth to Seacoast Science Center today 9/21 were dangerous navigating. Treacherously narrow or nonexistent space for bikers, forcing them into the road with the cars. Far too curvy a road, cannot imagine why it was chosen as part of the route. !! Drivers were put at risk right along with the bikers. If this is about safe bicycling, someone was very misguided in their choices. Wonderful cause, great idea – but please consider carefully this at risk leg of your journey.

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