Farmer’s Daughter Registration is now Open

Hi everyone, Andy and I (Jon) hope you’ve all had a great year of cycling, and that you’re planning to join us this year for the 2020 Farmer’s Daughter Gravel Grinder, which will take place on Sunday, May 17th this year. Registration is now available on The participation cap is 500 cyclists for this year’s event. We’ve reached capacity every year, so we encourage you to register early to ensure your spot (and save some money during the early registration period).   Most aspects of the event will remain the same as last year: the start/finish will once again be at Crellin Park in Chatham, NY., and the course will remain the same as last year’s other than a minor tweak or two.   Your registration includes the ride itself, mechanical and other support along the course, some of the best aid stations you’ll experience anywhere, great schwag, a full dinner meal provided by the Kinderhook Rotary (they do a great job every year!), a free pint of beer from Chatham Brewing for those of age, live entertainment, and more.  

We’re looking forward to seeing old friends and making new friends for a great day of cycling, food and drink, and friendship on May 17th, 2020!

4 thoughts on “Farmer’s Daughter Registration is now Open”

  1. Vincent E. Varriale

    I am very sorry I missed the registration. My Buddy is riding and I am wondering if I can be put on a waiting list ?

    Many Thanks in advance if I can be squeezed into this years event.

    Vince 518-965-2088

    1. Hi Vince, no wait list, but we do have a spot on the event’s facebook page where people who find that they can’t make it and those who want to can arrange transfers. It worked pretty well last year, and there have been at least a couple already this year. Good luck, and if you don’t get in, please register early next year, it’s a great event and we’d love to have you participate!

    1. Hi Steven, Thanks for asking, and sorry for replying late, for some reason I’m not getting notifications of some postings here. My co-director Andy Ruiz coordinates the volunteer assignments, I’ll pass your contact information over to him.

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