NEPA SPRING OUTDOORS ARTS/CRAFTS FESTIVAL
Full Hundo: This is the whole enchilada. Don't select this category without knowing that you are in for one hell of a challenge. This route is somewhere between 7,000 and 10,000 vertical feet of climbing (depending on the gps) and has broken many very experienced cyclists.
3/4 Hundo: Here is the ride for those of you who are on the fence between doing the whole ride and the shorter course. You will still get a great ride, some gravel, great views, and quite a challenge. Although this is a shorter distance than the full hundo, please be aware that this is a significant challenge for many experienced cyclists.
Metric Hundo: If you want to come out and give this ride a try but you don't have the time, or the hundo is just a bit too much to bite off for you, this is a perfect ride.
A lovely 40: We added this category for the folks that want to enjoy the event but do not want to go all the way quite yet. This course is a ton of fun and will get you back in time for lunch.
There is plenty of gravel, elevation, scenery, and smiles to make it totally worth trying this ride.Just because this is a shorter distance, do not expect it to be a walk in the park. There are some monster climbs and some challenging descents on this course.
Get ready for the Lu Lacka Wyco Hundo 2023
The Downtown Pittston Partnership welcomes Lu Lacka Wyco Hundo cyclists to Pittston on Saturday, April 22 & 23rd.
This is the 10th running of this event and we are so happy to bring this event to Downtown Pittston!
This ride has options for every level of cyclist, from beginners to the pros there is a challenging course and distance for everyone!
Paired with the Spring Outdoors Arts/ Crafts Festival this will be a weekend to remember and a great way to kick start the Spring Season!