SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!
THANK YOU TO THE OVER 100 RIDERS WHO PARTICIPATED THIS YEAR!
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Sunday, August 19, 2012
The Point to Pint Ride
HOW FAR WOULD YOU RIDE FOR A BEER?
Presented by Empire Brewing Company, Ommegang Brewery and Good Nature Brewing Company
AND NEWLY ADDED…A 50-mile OPTION…THE HALF PINT RIDE!
The Full Point to Point Ride features a challenging course that winds its way through some of the most scenic countryside in Madison, and Onondaga counties. Upon arrival at the finish at Empire Brewing Company in the heart of Armory Square, riders will enjoy a post-ride party featuring Empire Brewing Company’s innovative American fare and handcrafted microbrews.
The Half Pint Ride is for cyclists who enjoy great beer, phenomenal scenery and who might not want to spend all day on the bike. Half the distance, but all the fun! Half Pint or 50-mile riders head out after lunch, arriving back at Empire in time to enjoy the post ride party with our Full Pint participants.
Full Pint Ride Time Limit: 8 hours
Half Pint Ride Time Limit: 5 hours
If you haven’t completed the course within these time limits, the official SAG vehicle will transport you and your bicycle back to Empire Brewing Company. Two aid stations on course and SAG support.
100-mile Point to Pint Ride Schedule
9:00am-10:00am Rider Check In & Pre-Ride Breakfast at Empire Brewing Company
10:00-10:30am Riders Depart
4:00-6:00pm Riders Arrive Empire Brewing Company
4:00-7:00pm Post party at Empire Brewing Company
50-mile ride Schedule of Events
12:00-1:00pm Rider Check-in & Pre-Ride Snacks at Empire Brewing
1:00-1:30pm Riders depart Empire Brewing Company
4:00-6:00 Riders arrive Empire Brewing Company
4:00-7:00 Post event party at Empire Brewing Company
Registration: $65 until 7/15/2012, $75 until 8/12/2012. Partner passes for non-riders to the post-event party at Empire Brewing Company are available for $20.00.
A portion of the proceeds benefit the Two Smiles, One Hope Foundation, Inc., a Syracuse based not-for-profit foundation charged with raising research funding for treatment alternatives and increasing community awareness of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, and the Alive Foundation, an organization created to educate and empower cancer survivors to live healthier, happier lives.