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 19 , 2013 at 11:55pm. Note additional $10 fee to register on the day of the event, if space is available. We have a limit of 450 riders. After 9/19/2013 please check our website to see if there is space still available.
For more detailed ride information and maps please visit www.HRHarvestRide.com.
Long sleeve poly logo shirts, supplies limited to stock in inventory:
Description: Technical poly micro mesh (shown below) unisex long sleeve t-shirt using eco-friendly fabric, moisture management and safe-wick technology. Has Harvest Ride logo and legend "Hood River Valley - Ride it, Enjoy it, Protect it "
This is a special deal due to an suppliers overstock so supplies are limited to the inventory shown. Your shirt(s) will be waiting for you at Harvest Ride registration table when you arrive. Shipping is not available.
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.
When & Where
Hood River Valley Residents Committee
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.