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Scenic Hudson Farmland Cycling Tour 

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Fuel up on doughnuts, cider, and apples from local farms at Poets’ Walk Park in Red Hook, and then choose your bike-tour length through Dutchess and Columbia counties. The 15-, 25-, and 40-mile options offer views of the Hudson River as you pass by working farms protected by Scenic Hudson. Water stations stocked with fresh produce will be set up along the route. After the ride, enjoy a complimentary lunch at Poets’ Walk Park and live local bluegrass music from Rich Hines and the Hillbilly Drifters. Staff from Wheel and Heel Bike Shop will be on site to answer questions and inspect bikes. Difficulty level is moderate as the route contains some hills and narrow shoulders, and the trip should take between one to three hours depending on the length you choose. Bring your own bike, helmet, appropriate clothing, and water. Riders under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. The event is free, registration is from 8:30-9:45am on September 15.
Scenichudson.org
  • Scenic Hudson's Farmland Cycling Tour starts at Poets' Walk Park in Red Hook.

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