Farm to Fork Fondo Prices Increase Monday
Starting this Monday, April 2, at midnight there will be a price increase for Farm to Fork Fondo – Shenandoah, Hudson Valley and Pennsylvania Dutch
There is still time to register and save 10% on your registration, but you must act soon. The Fondo season is quickly approaching and spots will be filling up fast. Remember Farm to Fork Fondo is open to everyone; with three Fondo difficulties as well as our 8 to 10-mile Ramble Ride at every event, there’s something at Farm to Fork Fondo for everyone. Don’t miss out; get your friends together and experience the fun, food and great cycling that Farm to Fork Fondo has to offer.
Farm to Fork Fondo – Shenandoah May 19-20, 2018
Belle Grove Plantation, Middletown, VA
The historic Shenandoah Valley is nestled between the Allegheny and Blue Ridge Mountains in the northern portion of Virginia. Thousands of years shaped this stunning landscape, while hundreds of years of history shaped the farms. Step back in time while you take in the scenic views and green rolling hills. With Fondo distances ranging from 35 to 80 miles and elevations going as high as 4000ft; Shenandoah is one of the most breathtaking venues in the Farm to Fork Fondo series.#
Farm to Fork Fondo – Hudson Valley: June 9-10, 2018
Warwick Valley Winery, Warwick, NY
In New York's lower Hudson Valley, dairy farms, orchards, vegetable growers and vineyards characterize the region's agricultural horn of plenty. The area is filled with families that have dedicated their lives to farming. Breathe deeply as you pedal through the beautiful rural region that has been supplying food to the masses for centuries. This event features Fondo distances of 35 to 80 miles with elevations going more than 5000ft. Escape to the rows of rich black fields standing guard like soldiers against the pressure of the world's most iconic urban landscape.
Farm to Fork Fondo – Pennsylvania Dutch: June 29-30, 2018
Wyebrook Farm, Honey Brook, PA
Here riders will enjoy a simplicity that can only be found in Amish country where farming and gathering is an elemental tradition experienced perfectly from the seat of a bicycle. The farmlands of Pennsylvania Dutch Country boast some of the richest and most productive agricultural soils in the world. Dairy farming is the leading agricultural business, but the area is an excellent example of a well -diversified farm economy that is not dependent on any one area for its success. Here, riders can choose distances between 30 and 80 miles and experience elevation up to 4,100ft. As always, stops at local farms will provide aid stations and a great look at the local food and agriculture.