In a matter of weeks, a bike ride will embark throughout the Upstate, taking its participants to some of the best local farms in the Upstate.
Velo Girl rides has created the Cycle to Farm experience and on June 14, the cyclists will be led through gorgeous country roads to check out Upstate farms up close and personal.
The 60-mile journey starts at Greenbrier Farms in Easley then winds throughout Greenville and Pickens County, taking you through several farms including Double Blessing Farms and Serenity Farms.
At each stop, which are about 10-15 miles apart, cyclists will be able to buy fresh produce and products then have them sent back to the finishing line, which also happens to be at Greenbrier.
When the ride is over, a huge party commences including food and drink for all participants.
For more information head to cycletofarm.org
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