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RMR 2017 // In Review standard

August 26th marked the 3rd annual gathering for the Rose Mountain Rumble (RMR).  And what a day we had!  Over 120 riders registered and just about 106 rode this Rumble, riding their choice of 20, 40, 50 mile or 100 km courses.  Once again, it was wonderful to see many of our friends and familiar faces at the 3rd Annual gathering of the RMR.  And we’re proud that about 2/3 of our registrants were new to the ride!  So we were shaking lots of new hands and introducing many newcomers to our little piece of the pie here in Southern NH.  The sun was shining and clear blue skies abounded as riders departed at 9am sharp to enjoy the classic ...

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RMR 2016 // In Review standard

Scenic Overlook from the new 100k RMR Route in Francestown, NH Well, it’s 2016 and the 2nd Annual Rose Mountain Rumble (RMR) is in the books!  What a day.  We were really excited to see so many familiar faces and so many new faces at this years RMR.  It was great to catch up with friends and meet new ones.  From the RMR Team to every rider who contributed to and rode the RMR to help local conservation efforts in Lyndeborough, NH and surrounding town land tracts that the Piscataquog Land Conservancy helps to preserve and maintain: THANK YOU.  We could not have done it without you. 2015 saw a humble gathering of 30 cyclists.  This year?  We over tripled ...

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2015 RMR // In Review standard

Volunteers Doria Harris, Chris Wells of the PLC and Kristofer Henry of 44 Bikes prep riders for the 2015 RMR. Our first running of the 2015 Rose Mountain Rumble (RMR) went off very well without a hitch!  We had approximately 30 riders registered for the ride. The Rumble was a locale conservation effort by the Piscataquog Land Conservancy (PLC) to help raise awareness for the conservation and preservation of Rose Mountain.  With everyone’s help who attended, we were able to contribute to the successful effort to preserve Rose Mountain for generations to come.  Thank you one and all for coming out, riding the dirt roads in Lyndeborough and surrounding towns to help us preserve this scenic mountain from development. Two ...

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The 2016 RMR Website is Live! standard

With the success of the 2015 Rose Mountain Rumble, we’ve gone ahead and put our heads together to bring you the Rose Mountain Rumble and make it an annual event to benefit conservation efforts by the Piscataquog Land Conservancy.  Thanks to everyone who participated and donated to last years event.  The 2016 RMR brings back the 20, 40 and 50 mile courses.  We’ve also added a 100k option as well.  So stay tuned as we finalize the 100k option, course routes and get the 2016 RMR underway.  Registration will be opening in time so check back soon.

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