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2018 Coastal Carolina(NC) RIDE
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posted 11/15/2017
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Anybody sign up for the 2018 Coastal Carolina tour. 3 days for $175. You can buy insurance for $75 for a full refund.

April 20th - April 22nd

Cue sheet GPS and cue sheets available a few weeks before the ride.

1000 riders already signed up 1500 rider max which I guess they will hit before the price goes up sometime in Feb. I booked a hotel today as one was already booked up. Would love to meet some new BJ members if anybody from this site is going.

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posted 11/17/2017
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Something to check out since that's about the time for my next trip back to the US

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Something to check out since that's about the time for my next trip back to the US
-- posted by consularrider


Well if you are thinking about doing it you might want to pull the plug on a hotel as one in town is already booked up. The deadline for the ride isn't over until Feb. something but I thought it was kind of crazy that the hotels filled so quickly. I tried calling one hotel incognito and pretend not to be a cyclist or know anything about the ride so I could get a cheaper rate but she was blabbing about how the crazy cyclists had booked rooms 3-4 months ago. Go figure.

BTW It did work.


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posted 11/22/2017
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I wish I could do it. My parents live 3 miles from the NC Coast. I may google it and check it out when I get off here. Thanks Zman

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posted 11/22/2017
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cnc.ncsports.org/springCNCRide/

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cnc.ncsports.org/springCNCRide/
-- posted by maschwab


Maschwab you beat me to it lol!

I was just there and I'm liking it. Only downside is the website wont tell you the Routes until after you sign up. It does say you start and finish in Washington NC. I'm guessing the Outerbanks maybe?

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cnc.ncsports.org/springCNCRide/
-- posted by maschwab


Maschwab you beat me to it lol!

I was just there and I'm liking it. Only downside is the website wont tell you the Routes until after you sign up. It does say you start and finish in Washington NC. I'm guessing the Outerbanks maybe?
-- posted by Krypto


I think you could cheat some and look at last year's rides routes. I am now on the fence as there is an ultra gravel race the next weekend in MO. Called The Epic 150(150 mile gravel race) that has my interest. I was just going to go somewhere to celebrate my birthday close to these races time frames.

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cnc.ncsports.org/springCNCRide/
-- posted by maschwab


Maschwab you beat me to it lol!

I was just there and I'm liking it. Only downside is the website wont tell you the Routes until after you sign up. It does say you start and finish in Washington NC. I'm guessing the Outerbanks maybe?
-- posted by Krypto


I think you could cheat some and look at last year's rides routes. I am now on the fence as there is an ultra gravel race the next weekend in MO. Called The Epic 150(150 mile gravel race) that has my interest. I was just going to go somewhere to celebrate my birthday close to these races time frames.

Zman
-- posted by Zurichman


I'll see if I can find more info. If they don't sell out before Feb I just may head up there. Its too early for me to commit right now.

Goodluck on that 150 mile gravel ride, that sounds like a mountain bike ride.

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posted 11/29/2017
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I did CNC "Mountains to the Coast" in 2001. Coastal NC was the flattest terrain I've ever seen. Too bad I didn't have my lowracers back then; the last couple of days would have been a speed-fest.

That year, the food plan ran out of food almost every night. I gave the ride 2-3 years before folding. They're still around, so I guess they either got a tighter control over the food contractors or they went to the RAGBRAI plan (cyclists buy their own in town?)
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