WFVR-LP/Free Vermont Radio will be hosting 3 separate dates of gravel rides this summer for all levels of ability. The 3rd ride on Sunday, September 18th, will be our 9th Pedal Power to the People (3PIX) "Milk" and "Beer" Runs to benefit the ongoing operations expenses of the station.
Saturday, August 6th at 11AM
Cool down afterwards on the Old Home Days Green with music provided by Free Vermont Radio.
Saturday, August 20th at 11AM
Our 1st ever "Free Ride" from Antique Hill at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds. With a sliding scale of $1-$25, this casual gravel ride will feature a beginner/family ride of up to 6 miles on a peaceful backroad.
The 15 mile ride up the same road is geared more toward experienced gravel grinders.
The 1st 30 online registrants will receive free entry to the same day Vermont NanoFest also being held at the Fairgrounds from noon-6PM.
No advance registration is required for this ride.
"Free Ride" Registration
Sunday, September 18th starting at 9AM from the South Royalton Green
Our Pedal Power event celebrates it's 9th year with our 3PIX Milk (18 miles) and Beer (44 miles with 5800' elevation gain) Runs. The Milk Run will connect Class 3 gravel roads in Royalton and Barnard while the "infamous" Beer Run will travel over Class 3, Class 4, woods roads and one legal trail through the towns of Royalton, East Barnard, Pomfret, West Hartford, Norwich and Sharon.
Both of these 3PIX rides require a registration fee of $75 to be payable through the radio website or starting at 8AM on ride day at the event's check-in table.
Payment can also be made via check to Royalton Community Radio and mailed to P.O. Box 281, South Royalton, VT 05068.
All 3PIX registrants will receive a free "refreshment" from the Upper Pass Beer Company and a commemorative patch from Outpatch as they relax in the Beer Garden with music provided by Royalton Community Radio.