You don't want to miss this.

Please join us for the 2024 Ride to the Barns - a benefit for farmland conservation in Lake Country!


There are three different routes to choose: 30, 45 and 60 miles - with rest stops featuring local farms where only locally-sourced food is served! After the ride, join us for our post-ride party featuring live music, local beer, and a full buffet lunch!

IMPORTANT!

YOU WILL BE ASKED TO ACKNOWLEDGE OUR WAIVER AS PART OF THE REGISTRATION PROCESS.

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO REVIEW THE WAIVER.


You may register a maximum of two riders. Please answer the questions for the second rider only if you have paid for two registrants. If you have any questions, please email [email protected].

Camp Quad
6886 County Rd Q, Hartford, WI 53027
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Aug 10, 2024 07:30am - Aug 10, 2024 03:00pm

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$85.00 - $100.00

What Makes Our Ride Unique?

The Food!

Yes, we have no bananas. But why?


Because we are committed to showcasing only locally produced food at each rest stop to highlight the importance of farmland conservation.


Chef Earl Gesling of The Natural Way of Mayville, Wisconsin, carefully sources and creates all of our rest stop menus. We do our best to offer a variety of offerings that appeal to vegetarians and those who are Gluten-free.

We've heard your requests for more carbs - and have listened! We're working with some new partners to add some exciting new menu items. Stay tuned!


The Rest Stops & Routes!


George Monis (above) and his family have been sharing their farm as a favorite rider rest stop for several years - and now they are working with TPC to permanently preserve this bucolic land thanks to your support!


The majority of our rest stops are located at family farms, which means that miles between stops and the lengths of some of our routes may slightly vary.


If you like hills, this ride is definitely for you. The terrain is anything BUT flat. So take a moment and enjoy the food and live music at each rest stop.

You've earned it! (P.S. E-bikes are welcome.)