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Welcome to Adirondack Ultra Cycling. We organize long distance bicycle events in the Adirondack and Saratoga regions of upstate New York. Our events include the Adirondack Ultra Challenge century series in the fall and winter, the Saratoga Brevet Series in the spring, the ADIRONDACK 540 GRAN FONDO in June, MONTREAL DOUBLE DOUBLE and the CHAMPLAIN CANALWAY TOUR in August and the Haunted Hundred overnight century in October.

Below is our schedule and brief descriptions of our events. For more detailed information, follow their links, and if you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

Enjoy, and I hope to see you on the road!





The Adirondack Ultra Challenge is a Fall & Winter century series that provides an opportunity for riders to complete at least one century every month and to get in some good off season riding. For more information, click here.

Andrew Simon Bob LAST 100 Donation RIVERS & LAKES Kyle and Mario

The Saratoga Brevet Series is a "randonneur" series that consist of 200 KM, 300 KM, 400 KM and 600 KM brevets, sanctioned by L'Audax Club Parisien (ACP) and RANDONNEURS USA (RUSA). For more information on our brevets, click here. For more information on American randonneuring, click here.

Nathaniel Martin ADK 200 KM ADK 300 KM Bill Jeff & Mario

The ADIRONDACK 540 GRAN FONDO is held in June, and is 136 miles of Adirondack joy. For more information, click here.

Ken 2015 Tom & Dave Shawn Niklas Crystal

The MONTREAL DOUBLE DOUBLE is a unique event held every August, that combines ultra marathon racing and touring. The concept is to ride the 200 miles from Schuylerville up to Montreal, have a rest day in Montreal, then ride back to Schuylerville on the third day. It's a neat event, with full support and first class accommodations. For more information, CLICK HERE.

Anne Jessica The Corkscrew The Groupo Amy, Bruce & Don Rich

The CHAMPLAIN CANALWAY TOUR is a little different than most of our rides. It is geared for the casual rider and features a celebration of the Champlain Canal. We usually offer a long and a short ride, varying between 25-65 miles, both with an option to take a boat back to the start. The 2019 date has been set for August 18th, and we will post the route and other details, and open registration shortly. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

Ellsworth Burial Site Neilson Farm Lock 4 in Stillwater Return From Lock 7

The Haunted Hundred is a scary overnight century that's usually held the weekend before Halloween and is part of the Adirondack Ultra Challenge. We use a rolling loop through Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties that takes us to frightening places like Bloody Pond and Prospect Hill Cemetery, and past haunted houses, burial grounds, cemeteries, murder sites, zombie lands, battlefields and war monuments. This ride was featured in the October, 2009 issue of Bicycling Magazine as the "Cool Ride of the Month." For all of the details, and more information, click here.

Ken & Kim Bloody Pond Nicole & Krista Eva and Dave Giant Uncle Sam Zombieland

After an extensive search, the unofficial theme song for the
HAUNTED HUNDRED was chosen and can be found here!

After an equally extensive search, the unofficial theme song for
ADIRONDACK ULTRA CYCLING was also chosen and can be found here!

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  • All of our events are held rain or shine, unless otherwise noted, and all entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. If an event is canceled or rescheduled for any reason, pre-registered riders will receive credit toward one of our other events.
  • All of our events start promptly. Please arrive at least a half hour early to register, check in, get ready and receive last minute instructions. The clock starts on time for sanctioned events, whether or not you start riding. Finish times for all of our events are recorded when a rider checks in with the official time keeper.
  • Same day registration is available for most of our events. Please refer to each event's page for details. We accept cash, check and credit/debit cards for all on-site purchases.
  • Drafting is allowed in all of our events.
  • Pets are not allowed at any of our events, including those brought by riders, crews, friends, family, etc. Anyone arriving with a pet will be asked to leave and the associated rider may be disqualified or given a time penalty.
  • Motorized bicycles of any kind, including all types of e-bikes, are prohibited from our events. Riders arriving with a motorized bicycle will not be permitted to participate in the event and no refund will be issued.
  • Helmets must be worn at all times.
  • Lights and reflective gear are required to be used from dusk to dawn, but are highly recommended for daytime use as well. Appropriate lighting requirements: 600 lumen minimum steady white light for the front, attached to the bicycle; two 50 lumen minimum red lights for the rear (one set to flashing, one set to steady), both attached to the bicycle; reflective sash, vest or jacket; and reflective ankle bands or footwear. Additional lighting and reflective gear is also highly recommended. Please note that helmet mounted lights are not acceptable as your primary light, but may be used in addition to your primary bicycle mounted lights. If you have any questions about our lighting requirements, please CONTACT US before you register for any of our night rides.
  • Traffic laws, signals, signs and devices must be obeyed at all times.
  • All turns, stops, slow downs, etc., must be signaled and/or called out to other riders and other traffic.
  • Ride defensively, always be aware of your surroundings and always watch for traffic.
  • Riders must get completely off the road when stopped.
  • Ride no more then 2 abreast and only when traffic permits. Single up when traffic approaches from the rear.
  • Keep as far to the right as safety permits, and if there is a good shoulder, please use it.
  • Most of our routes are unmarked. Be prepared to navigate on your own and follow a cue sheet and/or GPS device.
  • Most of our events are unsupported on the road, but snacks and pocket food will be provided at the start and finish. Be prepared to be self sufficient and/or use convenience stores to resupply.
  • Sanctioned events will have other rules and regulations specific to their governing organization.
  • Drug testing using WADA guidelines may be performed on any entrant up to 30 days before or after an event. In addition, any rider under suspension by any sports governing body is prohibited from entering our events.

PRIVACY STATEMENT: We do not share your personal information with any other person, club, race, business, organization, etc., without your consent, except as required to submit official results to sanctioning organizations.

If you have any questions, feel free to CONTACT US.








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