The Course

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Note from Andy Ruiz, Founder

I hope everyone is healthy and getting in some miles as the weather warms up.

The Farmer’s Daughter is back to our May date on Sunday, May 15th at 9am. Registration and the start/finish will be at PS21.

Registration opens at 7am. We will have the same great food and beer (first one on us!) served by the Tri-Village Rotary Club and Chatham Brewing for the after party. New for this year, we will have wine tasting from Sabba Estate Vineyard.

Amanda DeAloe will sing the National Anthem before the start and will perform two 20 minute acoustic sets, with guitar accompaniment beginning at 3pm.

Our Swag includes a revamped FDGG hat (it’s really awesome!!), a 16oz FDGG Belgian beer glass, and a custom FDGG name plate for your bike.

We have three aid stations: S&S Farm Brewery sponsored by Vie 13 Clothing at mile 16; Bountiful Bread (it’s over the top yummy!) at mile 27; and the Better Halves Fogg Hill aid station with Beth Ruiz, Kim McDonnell, and Deb Goedeke’s famous Mexican chocolate cake at mile 47!

Ride start will do a parade lap  through Chatham.  The first 7 miles will be new. At mile 7 the course will intersect the original route at Highland and Rock City.  The route will no longer utilize the trails around Ooms. The route stays straight on Rock City and makes a left onto Highland Road. 

There will be three parking locations: PS21, Crellin Park and Crellin Plastics.  Crellin Plastics and Crellin Park are both a short ride/walk to PS21. There will be signage directing you.  No one will need to walk or ride on the road to get to PS21. Parking staff will be present to direct you. 

See everyone on May 15th.
Andy