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All routes will be marked with directional signage.      
10-mile Ride
 Allerton Park Entrance Take the family for a scenic ride around Allerton Park!

This 10-mile route takes riders out Allerton Road, through the south entrance of Allerton Park, across the Sangamon River, and back through the north entrance of the park.  The route continues north along the slightly rolling County Farm Road to the Sangamon River Trail, and back into town to the starting point.
                                         
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 20-mile Ride
 Allerton Barn If you are up for more of a challenge, but still a novice rider, try a 20-mile ride around and through Allerton Park!

This route will take cyclists along the scenic Sangamon River Valley, across the Allerton Park Bridge, through the park along Old Timber Road, and then circling around the park, crossing Hog Chute Bridge.  The route continues back through the park, and north along the slightly rolling County Farm Road to the Sangamon River Trail, and back into town to the starting point.
                    
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 36-mile Ride
 North side of Allerton Park Over 1,110 feet of climbing on this 36-mile route through Piatt and Macon counties.

If you are not an amateur, but not quite a pro, consider this route with flat to rolling hills on country roads.  The route takes cyclists through and around Allerton Park, then along scenic country roads into Macon County along the Sangamon River Valley.  Riders will continue through Allerton Park again north, to County Farm Road to the Sangamon River Trail, and back into town to the starting point.
                                       
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 60-mile Ride
 Sangamon River Trail For the seasoned cyclist, this 60-mile ride presents over 1,500 feet of climbing with stretches of flat roads.
                   
Test your endurance on this 60-mile loop that combines the other three routes circling through and around Allerton Park, back through town.  Then head north by the buffalo farm, through White Heath and around Centerville, looping back into Monticello to the finish line.
                   
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