Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Fork to Fork Culinary Bike Tour Set For May 21st

fork to fork“Fork to Fork”, a 55-mile cycling event and culinary tour circling three scenic lakes and traveling through several Adirondack hamlets, will take place on May 21st.

Cyclist will travel from The Hub in Brant Lake (a tavern and bike shop), through Palisades Road, Beaver Pond, Valentine Pond, circling Schroon Lake and traveling through the hamlets of Adirondack, Schroon Lake, Pottersville, Loon Lake and Chestertown, and returning to The Hub.

Stops are planned at several restaurants so riders can sample their offerings free of charge – restaurants including the Adirondack General Store, Black Bear Restaurant, The Bullhouse, OP Fredericks, Panther Mountain Inn, Flanagan’s Pub & Grill, Sticks & Stones, Cafe Adirondack, The Main Street Ice Cream Parlor, Suzie Q’s, The Crossroads, Paradox Brewery, The Odd Duck, and the ice cream stand at Stone Bridge & Caves. The ride concludes with a tap-takeover from Paradox Brewery at The Hub.

The entry fee is $40 if preregistered, and $50 the day of the event. The start time is 10 am.

To sign up, click here. This event is made possible, in part, by Warren County occupancy tax money provided by the town of Horicon. Presented by The Hub, the Tri-Lakes Business Alliance and the North Warren Chamber of Commerce

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3 Responses

  1. Anthony says:

    Sounds like a good time and event. Sadly I will be away that weekend. But would love to do the next one.

  2. Curt Austin says:

    In my opinion, there’s no better place for cycling than North Warren. In particular, the route known as the Three Lakes Ride is spectacular, suitable for nearly everyone in whole or in part. Vistas, mostly quiet traffic, easy terrain, the Adirondack General Store, several cycling friendly businesses in Chestertown, ice cream, and – not least – The Hub in Brant Lake.

  3. Jacqueline Tremont says:

    Will you be holding this in 2017

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