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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Gary Johnson's New Hampshire Ride For Freedom

Dear Friends and Supporters,

As you may have heard, Governor Johnson is headed back to New Hampshire next week for his most ambitious campaign visit yet: the New Hampshire “Ride for Freedom” -- a 6-day, 458 mile bicycle tour of the state.

Beginning Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 5, Gov. Johnson and his fiance, Kate Prusack, will take off from the Milford Downtown Oval and ride to the State House in Concord.

This will be the first leg of a tour that will visit 26 New Hampshire towns and pass through many others.

Governor Johnson would like to invite -- and encourage -- you to join him on the Ride For Freedom.

Dozens of supporters have already contacted the campaign wishing to bring their bikes and join the "Ride for Freedom."

In order to make it as easy as possible for potential riders to choose their level of participation, we’ve broken the trip into 26 "legs."

The route from town to town has been confirmed, and it will soon include specific start/stop locations for each town.

Wednesday, 10/5
LEG#1 -- Milford Downtown Oval to State House in Concord (35.4 miles). 3:30pm start.

Thursday, 10/6
LEG#2 -- State House in Concord to Kitchen Cravings in Gilford (28.6 miles, ETA 9am). 7am start.
LEG#3 -- Kitchen Cravings in Gilford to Amilyne’s Corner Market in Alton (16 miles, ETA 11-Noon).
LEG#4 -- Amilyne’s Corner Market in Alton to Black's Gift Shop & Paper Store in Wolfeboro (11 miles, ETA 1-2pm).
LEG#5 -- Black's Gift Shop & Paper Store in Wolfeboro to The Old Country Store and Museum in Moultonborough (18 miles, ETA 3-4pm).
LEG#6 -- The Old Country Store and Museum in Moultonborough to Hesky Park in Meredith (9.6 miles, ETA 4-5pm).
LEG#7 -- Hesky Park in Meredith to Laconia (10.2 miles).

Friday, 10/7
LEG#8 -- Laconia to Peterborough (65.7 miles, ETA ). 7am start.
LEG#9 -- Peterborough to Fitzwilliam (16 miles).

Saturday, 10/8
LEG#10 -- Fitzwilliam to Keene (13.9 miles). 7am start.
LEG#11 -- Keene to New London (46.1 miles).
LEG#12 -- New London to Concord (33.5 miles).

Sunday, 10/9
LEG#13 -- Concord to Miles Smith Farm in Loudon (11.8 miles, ETA 10:00am). 9am start.
LEG#14 -- Miles Smith Farm in Loudon to Northwood (22.8 miles).
LEG#15 -- Northwood to Durham (12.7 miles).
LEG#16 -- Durham to Dover (6.3 miles).

Monday, 10/10
LEG#17 -- Dover to Portsmouth (12.2 miles). 7am start.
LEG#18 -- Portsmouth to Rye (4.8 miles).
LEG#19 -- Rye to Hampton (7.1 miles).
LEG#20 -- Hampton to Exeter (7.0 miles).
LEG#21 -- Exeter to Millyard Museum in Manchester (30.7 miles).

Tuesday, 10/11
LEG#22 -- Millyard Museum in Manchester to Mary Anne’s Diner in Derry (12.1 miles). 7am start.
LEG#23 -- Mary Anne’s Diner in Derry to Salem (9.2 miles).
LEG#24 -- Salem to Windham (5 miles).
LEG#25 -- Windham to Nashua (10 miles).
LEG#26 -- Nashua to Finish Line Celebration at the Milford Downtown Oval (12 miles).

If you are interesting in joining the “Ride for Freedom,” please contact Erik Johnson at and let him know which leg(s) you are interested in riding.

A complete schedule, including details for events and appearances, will be released later this week.

We hope you are as excited about this revolutionary campaign visit as we are. Thank you again for your support.

Live free!


Matt Simon
New Hampshire Communications Director
Gary Johnson 2012

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