380 Mission Drive St. Ignatius, MT
Join us September 25, 2021 for an approximately 30 mile scenic bike tour at the base of the Mission Mountains. This year we'll be riding a route near St. Ignatius with four farm visits. The ride will be on rural roads and sometimes on gravel, please plan your cycling needs accordingly. We are offering an early-bird rate until August 1st, of $60/person. Registrations after August 1st will be $70/each. The registration fee includes your ride, food throughout the day from Mission Valley farms and producers, music, and a commemorative item to keep. The day starts and ends at the historic Red Barn in the heart of St. Ignatius. We’ll serve coffee and a small breakfast morsel prior to embarking. We'll tour farms along the route, including a stop for a farm-fresh picnic lunch. We'll end the day back at the Red Barn for a delicious farm to table dinner prepared with local ingredients. Every rider (21+) will receive a drink ticket beer from Ronan Cooperative Brewery. There will also be local music and an artisan's farmers market at the end of the bike ride. This is a low-waste event, and we encourage riders to bring back their cups and mugs from previous years to use at the dinner. We will be sharing route info as the event gets closer, but please feel free to message on Facebook with any questions in the meantime. We look forward to seeing you in September! #MMAPP2021 #bikethemmapp MMAPP is following the recommendations of local public health officials during the COVID-19 crisis and taking precautions to ensure safety and social distancing during the ride. If the event must be canceled or postponed due to COVID-19 we will transfer your registration to a new date or issue a refund. Please check our Facebook page for the most up-to-date information.
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