The CCAP Presents

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10, 31, 62 Mile Routes

With

Full Support

The New Haven Grand Prix Weekend Continues

with 3 challenging and picturesque rides through Southern Connecticut

IN MEMORY OF GORDON KELLER

The ConnectiCare Gran Fondo honors the memory of Gordon Keller, a local triathlete who lost his life in a tragic accident while on a training ride. For riders that choose to fundraise, all donations will support the family he left behind – his beloved wife, Alyson, and their two young children, Riley and Lily. Gordon was a ConnectiCare employee at the time of his passing.

ALL RIDERS CAN EXPECT...

A fun-filled and family-friendly day, full of food, drinks, and riding! All routes will have support vehicles and fully-stocked rest stops as cyclists at all levels of ability enjoy the quiet and beautiful roads of Southern Connecticut! After your ride, relax and enjoy food, drinks and music back at Hammonasset from noon to 2:30 p.m. Friends and Family can join in on the fun for $10/Adult and $5/Kids. Kids under 5 eat for free!

Are you game for an added challenge? Participate in the CCNS Team Time Trial Challenge! Join us for a unique, fun, and competitive team challenge on the 62-mile route of the ConnectiCare Gran Fondo. All team results will be calculated with an AGE GRADE TIME BONUS.
Learn more: rider registration page here.

Start Location: Meigs Point Pavilion, Hammonasset State Park, Madison, CT 06443

Riders who register before August 17th will receive a ConnectiCare Gran Fondo T-Shirt.

Donate Now REGISTER TO RIDE Volunteer Now

RIDE SCHEDULE:

7:00 AM: Check-in opens
8:00 AM: Metric Century begins
9:30 AM: 31-Mile Ride begins
11:00 AM: 10-Mile Ride begins
12-2:30 PM: All riders are invited to enjoy a post-ride lunch!
** All riders should arrive at least 45 minutes before their start.

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PRICING:

$65 Through August 1st
$75 August 2nd to September 13th
$85 Day-of Registration. Limited to 500 riders!

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AWARDS:

All riders are invited to safely complete the course as fast as they can.

Are you up for the Sub-3 Challenge? Riders who complete the 62-mile course in less than 3 hours will receive priority registration for 2020 and special staging for 2020.

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LEARN MORE AT
NEWHAVENGP.COM