The Rochester Mile course is the same as the Rochester Twilight Criterium. The only unique item is that the course is .95 miles in length, so the start of the mile is about 100 meters before the finish. The course is wide, paved and has nine corners that wind through the southeast corner of Rochester’s downtown. The road is either slightly inclined or declined in most sections with a total elevation change of 39 feet. The highest point is at Bausch & Lomb and the lowest point at the short strip on Main Street. The best way to experience is to see it first hand – so come on out on Saturday May 19th!
Want to download a course map? Here it is as a PDF – Course Map
Here’s a small course snapshot: