3rd Annual Pedal Power to the People

Bikes, Brews, Tasty Tunes Party

What: A benefit for Royalton Community Radio/WFVR-LP

When: Saturday, July 23rd , 8:30 AM-3PM

Where: Antique Hill, Tunbridge Fairgrounds

Cost for registered cyclists: $45 advance payment* includes event bike shirt and food/beer tickets ($50 fee on day of event)

*Age 13-18: $20

12 and under free registration with adult registration

Cost for non-riders with social event starting  at 11:30AM: $10

 

All registered riders will receive an event T­-shirt, 2 door prize tickets and 2 vendor voucher tickets. On­site registration will start at 8:15 AM on Antique Hill with long distance riders (the 1/2 Century road ride and the 21 mile Gravel Grinder) encouraged to be on their way between 8:30­9AM. These rides may take 3 hours + to complete. All other rides are scheduled for a group start at 9:30AM from Antique Hill.

For further information: contact Todd at folkbloke@gmail.com or call 431-3433.

To register: Fill out the form and submit your payment below. 

 


Advance registration only



The Rides

Tri­Covered Bridges Gravel Grinder: A shorter version of last year’s popular 7 Bridges GG, this ride is geared toward lower to mid-­intermediate riders on mountain bikes/hybrids. Ride length is 7.9 miles.

Falls Hill/Ward Hill/Clarksville/Clay Wight/Kelsey Mtn./Monarch Hill Gravel Grinder: A bit more challenging with sturdy climbs at start of the ride and up 1st section of Monarch Hill Road. Ride length is just over 14 miles.

Brew Through Extension Gravel Grinder: A touch of the hard core here as “no pain/no gain” riders follow start of the Falls Hill…GG, but then pedal past Monarch Hill over to Chelsea Mountain Road where a 3 mile moderate paved climb awaits up and over to right return on Dickerman Hill Rd., with a possible stop at Brocklebank Brewing HQ! Ride clocks in at 21 miles.

5 Town Road Ride: A very “doable” local loop that heads up and over Chelsea Mtn. Rd. while cruising through parts of Tunbridge, Chelsea, E. Randolph, E. Bethel and Royalton. Freshly paved Rte. 14 return.

7 Town 1/2 Century Road Ride: Variable paved road conditions await adventurous riders who earn their “suds” with a picturesque pedal through parts of Tunbridge, Royalton, Sharon, Pomfret, N. Woodstock, Barnard and Bethel. Ride distance is 48.98 miles. Touch the Woodstock covered bridge!

Easy Spring Road GG: Ride through Fairgrounds and head through the Spring Road covered Bridge for an easy climb up towards T­ intersection with Monarch Hill Road. Full up and back only 6 miles. Perfect ride for beginners and young kids!

The Management

2 Comments

  1. Good morning. I am wondering about the event that will follow the Pedal Power rides. I can’t do the ride but woulds like to come for the music afterward. Can you post details about who is playing, etc.? Thank you! -Therese

  2. Hi Therese, I’m sorry for the late updates–the spam filter caught you and I was jut cleaning it out today. I hope you were able to find out more!

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