Hood River Harvest Ride, 2011
Saturday, September 24, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
Harvest-Time Fun for the Whole Family!
• 5 Loop rides: easy, moderate, challenging ... and one for kids
• Healthy local food
• Train ride option for non-bikers
• Fruit-stand pick-ups
• Off-site childcare
• Camping option (with showers) available
Ride the delightful backroads of the world-famous Hood River Valley this fall… one of the best times of year to ride.
Traveling by bike along these roads is a great way to take in some amazing scenery, and at the same time, you can enjoy the sights and sounds of the harvest as it’s coming in.
Family members and friends who don’t ride should also come along. There’s plenty for them to do in the immediate area and in areas nearby while you ride.
ONLINE REGISTRATION DEADLINE: September 22 at 11:55pm. Note additional $10 fee to register on the day of the event, if space is available. Check back on www.HRHarvestRide.com to see if there is space.
Join us on facebook www.facebook.com/harvestride to get the latest updates.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The Hood River Fairgrounds serves as the Emergency Fire Camp location for the region. In the event of a large forest fire this event will relocate to another site. Please check our website for event details in case of fire.
Check out our website for more information!
For more information, please contact Peter at 541-386-4996, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Since 1977, conserving farms, forests and other natural resources though sound planning that promotes quality of live in the Hood River Valley now and for the future.
The event location has been moved to the Mt. Hood Town Hall in Parkdale due to the Dollar Lake Fire on Mt. Hood and the fire camp taking place at the Hood River Fairgrounds in Odell. The bike ride routes will change slightly and new maps should be up on the site by 9/17/2011. Pay when you arrive camping has been moved to the beautiful Toll Bridge Park, 1 mile south of the Mt. Hood Town Hall just off Hwy. 35 along the Hood River.
Riders are encouraged to bring one can of food grown in Oregon to donate to the Oregon Food Bank. Fresh produce bought along the ride is ok to donate as long as it is not bruised or damaged.
We have switched our registration site to Eventbrite due to technical difficulties with the OR Bike site. Hope this new site preforms better. Please let me know if you have any issues or difficulties. Thanks! Peter Cornelison, Ride Director
The Cooper Spur loop will only be available as ride up to the high point and return along the same route. ODOT is doing construction on Highway 35 and the US Forest Service does not want us to use this portion of the road, sorry.
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