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 2019 Farmer’s Daughter Gravel Grinder, which will take place on Sunday, May 19th this… Read moreRegistration for the 2019 Farmer’s Daughter will open on January 1st.
Here’s the drone view of the start on Sunday: https://youtu.be/A-oZPjB1RH8 Enjoy!
Hi everyone, First off, some good news. I just checked the weather forecast for tomorrow, and the threat of a possible thunderstorm has been removed. Overall, both weather.com and accuweather.com are predicting a better day than they had been. Here’s… Read moreLast minute updates for all participants
Find it here. It contains a number of things that you need to know about the ride, as well as some guidance that may help you be better prepared for the day. If you go through it and still have… Read morePlease read the 2018 Ride Guide
As many of you come into our area from a distance and may be spending today (Saturday) in the region as well, please consider visiting and patronizing our sponsors (http://www.farmersdaughtergravelgrinder.com/sponsors/). They each make significant contributions to the success of our event… Read morePlease Support our Sponsors
It’s been tough over the past few days to determine what the weather is going to look like on Sunday, and there are still some discrepancies among the forecasting models. Columbia County is on the northern edge of a rainy… Read moreAbout that Weather
With apologies for not updating this for 2018 sooner, I hope that it may still be of help to some of you. The only changes were to include some information about camping. We’ve had a few inquiries recently about places… Read morePlaces to Stay, 2018 edition
Here’s a link to the official 2018 FDGG course map. We publish this shortly before the event so that you can look it over, download the gpx file, etc. You are also welcome to pre-ride any of the road sections…. Read moreFinal Course Map
We just received a pre-production mock-up of our 2018 caps. Everyone registered will receive a 2018 cap, an ale glass, and a Trek water bottle (donated by Steiner’s Ski and Bike). And we’ll show you a great time, too, with… Read moreSneak Peak at 2018 caps
We have just received the mockup for this year’s ale glasses and thought we’d share it with you. We’ve chosen a different glass design for this year. As always, it’s the perfect size for your free post-ride pint of Farmer’s… Read moreAle glass sneak peek