4th Annual Cycling Challenge Raises Money For Northeast Passage
September 5, 2007
The fourth annual Three Notch ride to benefit Northeast Passage will be
held Sept. 7, 8 and 9 in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
The Three Notch ride will challenge cyclists to conquer three mountain
passes in three days. The trip will cover 105 miles and 4,300 feet of elevation
gain, as riders take on Franconia Notch, Crawford Notch and the Kancamagus
Day one will begin at Loon Mountain in Lincoln and cover 35 miles through
Franconia Notch with an overnight at the AMC Highland Center. On day two,
the team will descend through Crawford Notch and into North Conway. There
will be an overnight at the North Conway Grand Hotel. Day three will cover
38 miles up and over the Kancamagus Pass. The group will descend and finish
back at Loon Mountain.
Participants will enjoy three days of recreation and relaxation while
raising money for Northeast Passage’s adaptive sports programs. This
event is designed for people of all abilities, including expert cyclists
and people with disabilities. Each participant is asked to secure pledges
or donations. Accommodations, meals and event goodies are included.
Or, new this year, interested participants are welcome to ride the 100
miles in one day (Sept. 9) and meet up with the group for the final push
up and over the Kanc.
The Three Notch ride is sponsored by Martin’s Point Health Care,
Northeast Delta Dental, WFNX radio, and Harvard Pilgrim HealthCare.
Northeast Passage is a program of UNH’s College of Health and Human
Services and an affiliate of Disabled Sports USA. Northeast Passage develops
and delivers innovative, barrier free recreation and health promotion programs.
All proceeds from these events directly benefit Northeast Passage’s
If you are interested in participating in the Three Notch ride or any
of Northeast Passage’s programs, call 2-0070 or email email@example.com or visit www.nepassage.org.