Flight in the Finger Lakes

The Start Location for this event is Hangar Theater, Ithaca, NY.

Starting at the Hangar Theater, site of an airport started in 1912, the ride proceeds south to Harris Hill above Elmira. Harris Hill is the Soaring Capital of America, famous as a site for glider flights. Proceeding westward the route heads toward Hammondsport where you will pass the Glenn Curtis Museum. Curtis, an early aviation pioneer also made bikes and motorcycles. Continuing in a northerly direction along the eastern shore of Keuka Lake you will eventually get to the Montezuma Wildlife Refuge, home to a diverse population of birds including herons, bald eagles and osprey among others. The route then passes through Auburn, NY with a brief visit to Harriet Tubman National Park named for the famed abolitionist who helped many slaves in their flight to freedom on the Underground Railroad.

If the above link doesn't work, email pdusel AT sprintmail DOT com to register.
Use Flight in the Finger Lakes 300k on May 18, 2024 as the subject line.

General info:

Registration and payment on the day of the event are usually fine (except Fleche, Trace, 600k, 1,000k & 1,200k), but if you are thinking of riding a brevet, please register by e-mail so that sufficient brevet cards, cue sheets, etc. can be prepared.

If you've never ridden with us: please fill out the information on this form and click "Send". That will send an e-mail with your information and we'll have you in a database. It will help prevent transcription errors, and we can have your paper work pre-printed on the morning of an event.

Cue Sheets on the web site are UNOFFICIAL.
Every effort will be made to have the FINAL cues up at least one day in advance of the event.
Be sure to get a copy of the OFFICIAL cues at the event even if you have altered the cues to your personal format.

COVID-19: We will be adherring to all directions from the civil and medical authorities. As the situation evolves, any and all events may be cancelled/rescheduled up to the start of the event

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