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Gourmet farm to table cycling event series featuring aid stations on local farms. Inspired by the Italian gran fondo bicycle ride.

Enjoy a simplicity that can only be found in Amish country where farming and gathering is an elemental tradition experienced perfectly from the seat of a bicycle. We have even more updates and amenities for , including:. Moderate Rolling hills with some sustained climbing over moderate grades. Part of our mission is to provide achievable challenges to participants of all ages and abilities.

Some of our events have routes that are more difficult than others, so we provide general ratings of Easy, Moderate or Difficult for you to find the events of ours that best suit your goals.

Download printable PDF course map. Compete for the coveted Polka Chicken jersey and see how you stack up in our optional age-graded timed segment competition. More information on our Segment Challenge Page. More than 4, feet of climbing. Passage through the heart of Pennsylvania Amish country. Breathtaking views and challenging ascents. Get up close and personal with Pennsylvania Dutch agriculture and visit authentic Amish farms.

Challenge yourself on some climbs and take in the views. All of the Gran Fondo experience in a tighter package.

Rolling hills, working farms and bucolic vistas of the distinctive Pennsylvania Dutch farmland. Your favorite Sunday drive, now on two wheels. We've packed the picnic. See some farms and lovely views by bike. Wave to your friends. Cross the finish line. Happy tummies ride local. Check back here the night before the event for all final cue sheet and GPX files. Includes post-ride barbecue, treats along your ride, and much more!

The farmlands of Pennsylvania Dutch Country boast some of the richest and most productive agricultural soils in the world. Dairy farming is the leading agricultural business, but the area is an excellent example of a well diversified farm economy that is not dependent on any one area for its success.

Poultry, beef, crop and vegetable production all contribute to the area's economic strength. Lancaster farms are struggling with increasing development pressures and the county is losing about 1, acres of farmland per year. Lancaster County's nearly 6, farms provide fresh, local food for residents and people across the United States.

They also protect watersheds, recharge groundwater, improve air quality and provide food and cover for wildlife. Wyebrook Farm provides an alternative to the industrial food supply. By creating a diverse polyculture on the farm, they produce the healthiest animals and best food without the use of artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, hormones or antibiotics. Wyebrook Farm believes that the only way to guarantee that the food you eat is healthy, safe and nutritious is to know the farmer who produced it.

They sell the products of the farm from a historic barn on the farm so that customers can see their animals and farming practices. They encourage visitors to tour the farm and ask questions. By purchasing food from Wyebrook Farm, you support the local community and ensure that this part of Chester County retains the agricultural character that has made it one of the most productive and beautiful places in America.

For more information please visit: For over 90 years, Conebella Farm has nourished Southeastern Pennsylvania families with top-quality milk and cheese. In the summer of , Conebella became a state-certified raw milk producer.

Their cheese business flourished as they added varieties of Cheddar- and Colby-based cheeses and preservative-free cheese spreads. At the farm store, the Gables currently sell 14 varieties of raw milk cheese, seven different creamy cheese spreads, raw milk, locally made yogurt and free-range eggs. Conebella Farm has now been home to five generations of Gables.

They especially enjoy the fieldwork, which involves growing alfalfa hay, grass hay, corn and rye. Riehl's Family Farm is an authentic Amish dairy farm with a mission of educating the "English" on the Amish way of life. The farm includes Riehl's Quilts and Crafts, a unique storefront that sells handmade Amish quilts, candles, bird houses, dolls, brooms and more.

The products are handmade by over local Amish family craft businesses. Lapp Valley Farms is a typical Lancaster Amish dairy farm. The Lapp family raise 70 jersey cows who they say give the richest milk for ice cream. The homestead also includes a shop that features ice cream made on the farm with milk from their own cows.

Guests at the farm can view the jersey cows being milked and and pet the bottle-fed calves. The Lapp family uses no hormones or other unnatural products to increase milk production. The shop offers 16 flavors of pure, delicious, homemade ice cream, as well as farm fresh milk.

The modern dairy farm is a member of the Land O'Lakes cooperative and has been in the Wanner family for eight generations. The operation was recently recognized as a Century Farm. Much has changed in the farming industry since Alfred began farming with his father in a cow tie-stall barn carrying pails of milk. The farm has grown to accommodate its growing family and currently milks close to Holstein cows.

The Wanner family's goal is to operate a successful farm business while being responsible stewards for the long range health of their cattle and land. With the construction of a methane digester in , they are one step closer to that goal. By using waste as an alternative energy source, the operation reduces odors, the amount of carbon in the atmosphere, and the volume of manure going back to the fields.

The acre Linden Dale Farm was originally established in by Isacc and Marie Feree and is currently transitioning into the seventh generation of continuous operation by the Mellinger family bought by John Mellinger in Ten years ago, Andrew and Mary Mellinger and their children initiated the transition from cows to goats as well as adding a milk processing facility. The farm continues to provide all the feed and pasture for the goat herd as well as the location for all the cheese making.

Only the milk from the Mellinger goat herd is used, making it a true farmstead dairy. In , the Mellingers established a stand at Central Market in Lancaster which is now the primary outlet for all the dairy products. King's Herb Nook is an herb farm, nursery and shop.

They offer hundreds of culinary, medicinal, and ornamental herb plants. They also have a large selection of dried herbs and teas.

For more information, visit the King's Herb Nook Facebook page. The Cherry Crest property dates back to the early s, when it was owned by the Ferree family, who came to the Pequea Valley from France to escape religious persecution. Though her husband Daniel died before coming to the New World, Marie Ferree settled here with her seven children. The farm and surrounding land was passed down through several Ferree generations before being sold to numerous different families over the years.

Though they began as dairy farmers, they currently have beef cows, raise broilers for Tyson, and crop farm over acres. This year we'll be giving away even more, and your votes decide which groups get the donations.

At each Farm to Fork Fondo event, all the volunteers will be assigned to teams that each represent a different area farm or charitable organization.

Teams will compete by making sure each and every cyclist has an awesome day by being creative, enthusiastic and memorable with their interactions with the participants. At the end of your ride, you will vote for your favorite team and determine the size of the cash donations we give. Learn more on our Volunteer Information Page. PASA, a sustainable agriculture association, strives to build a more economically-just, environmentally-regenerative, and community-focused food system through education and research that directly supports farmers.

We facilitate farmer-to-farmer workshops and events, administer apprenticeships for beginning farmers, and coordinate farm-based research on soil health and other topics. Our annual Farming for the Future Conference draws thousands of rural and urban farmers, homesteaders, and agriculture and food system professionals from across the country for 4-days of workshops, panel discussions, and presentations on a wide range of food and farming topics.

Lancaster County Field of Hope is a non-profit organization and host of the Field of Hope Benefit Dinner to help local individuals and families in need. Our goal is to help ease the financial burden of unexpected medical expenses or long-term care for families in our community.

Each year our largest fundraising event is our Farm to Fork dinner, hosted at the Heth Farm in Columbia. Our event will be held on September 15th so be sure to save the date! Seating is limited to people so sign up today to get on the guest list. Common Wheels mission is to improve lives in Lancaster through the power of bikes. It is a non-profit community bike center, operating as a place for people of all ages to learn about riding, biking, and maintaining bicycles.

In addition to being a fully-functioning repair shop, they offer several programs for children and adults alike to have hands-on experience with a bike, gaining new skills and being in a welcoming and encouraging environment. Common Wheel is continually growing, and they hope to make a mark on Lancaster and its citizens about the beneficial impacts of bikes on the world!

For more information visit TheCommonWheel. A Week Away is a c 3 non- profit organization whose mission is to finance and coordinate respite weeks for individuals and their loved ones who are dealing with a life-threatening illness -- enabling them to find the peace and energy needed to continue fighting their disease.

At A Week Away, we coordinate and finance respite weeks for families who are battling a life-threatening illness, with the goal of providing them the hope they need to continue their fight. She is working towards creating a cafe in Israel that will empower women. A unique place speaking true identity into women, breaking the lies spoken over them while enjoying high quality coffee and pastries. This cafe will also be equipped with an area that allows women to sell crafts and other home goods.

This is a way to provide additional income for women instead of having to obtain income in unhealthy and abusive ways. The 4-H Milk Duds Club is a county-wide club focusing on raising dairy animals and learning about the dairy industry. The vision of the leaders is build leadership and life skills of youth that are involved in the dairy industry.

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Originally farmland, it was one of the first suburbs of Morgantown. In the early 20th century, South Park experienced a housing boom, with wealthy and influential citizens settling there.

The neighborhood is home to Morgantown High School , built in and later expanded. The neighborhood is designated a historic district by the National Register of Historic Places. Woodburn used to be farmland on the hills to the east of downtown Morgantown.

It encompasses the area enclosed by Richwood Avenue in the south and Willey Street in the north. Monongalia Avenue serves as the western boundary and the eastern boundary begins in the south at the intersection of Richwood Avenue and Darst Street, and continues north until Darst intersects with Willey Street at the beginning of the Mileground. While it used to be home to small hillside farmsteads, Woodburn grew into a typical city neighborhood in the late 19th century.

Many of the street names, such as Louise Avenue, James Street, and Ridgeway Avenue, are named for early farm families, and many of the original farmhouses remained standing in the first decade of the 21st century. The area saw a rapid growth in population at the beginning of the 20th century as home to tinsmiths from Wales who came to work in the tinplate mill that later became the Sterling Faucet Company plant in Sabraton.

A trolley line ran the length of Richwood Avenue and originally connected downtown with Sabraton. Woodburn Elementary School was the neighborhood school built in Following World War II, many new families came to Woodburn, attracted by the parkland, close proximity to downtown, community atmosphere, and nearby school.

In , Tom and Anna Torch opened the Richwood Avenue Confectionery, a corner store and lunch counter that served beer in large Weiss goblets from the Morgantown Glassworks.

When they sold the operation in to Mario and Rose Spina, the establishment was nicknamed "Marios Fishbowl" in honor of the goblets. Primarily residential, Jerome Park is located to the east of Woodburn. In , the city bought two acres that include the old Jerome Park Elementary School playground, and made it a park called the Paul Preserve. The neighborhood also contains Whitemoore Park.

Located in the southeastern part of Morgantown, Sabraton is a former coal town and was previously known as Sturgiss City and Sabraton Station. The community was named after Sabra Vance Sturgiss, the wife of a local judge. Part of Sabraton was home to a tin plate mill, which later become a manufacturing plant for Sterling Faucet.

In its early days, Sabraton was connected to downtown Morgantown by a trolley line that ran the length of Richwood Avenue. Its amenities include Marilla Park.

Following the census, Monongalia County with county seat Morgantown and neighboring Preston County were acknowledged as a metropolitan statistical area MSA by the United States government. Estimates from put the Metropolitan Statistical Area population at ,; as of July , the estimate was , Of the 10 largest cities in West Virginia, only Morgantown and Martinsburg have shown positive population growth since the census, with Morgantown growing from 29, to a estimate of 31, West Virginia University constitutes acres 3.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Morgantown had some of the lowest unemployment rates in the United States as of early As of the census [3] of , there were 29, people, 11, households, and 3, families residing in the city.

The population density was 2, There were 12, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2. There were 11, households of which The average household size was 2. The median age in the city was The gender makeup of the city was As of the census of , there were 26, people, 10, households, and 4, families residing in the city. There were 11, housing units at an average density of 1, Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1.

There were 10, households out of which Morgantown's age distribution, which is heavily influenced by the presence of West Virginia University, is: The median age was 23 years.

For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Games are played at the Monongalia County Ballpark in nearby Granville. The inaugural Morgantown Marathon was held in September Official times from the Morgantown Marathon can be used for Boston Marathon qualification.

In addition to the full marathon race, the Morgantown Marathon also includes The Mountain Mama 8k and a half-marathon. The city is served by Monongalia County Schools. There are four middle schools: The Native American mascot and logo were adopted because of the close relation to the name Mohican , a real Native American tribe.

As of April , Monongalia County Schools employed professional personnel and service personnel, and carries an enrollment of 10, students, including adult students at the Monongalia County Technical Education Center.

Other private schools include: While informal schools existed from Morgantown's earliest days, [31] the town established a one-story, coeducational, Virginia common school in July , that students attended on a tuition basis.

Presbyterian minister Reverend James Robertson Moore was principal during the Academy's — heyday, when its enrollment included students from 14 states. Proceeds from the sale of the original Monongalia Academy building funded construction of a two-story school at Bumbo Lane the modern-day Fayette Street and Long Alley the modern-day Chestnut Street.

This school opened April 1, Moore also served as principal. The seminary closed in , and its assets, like those of the Monongalia Academy, were donated toward the future university. Following the creation of West Virginia, the new state's first legislature created a public-school system. The act provided for the education of "free colored children", and was adapted three years later to mandate education for all African-American children.

However, a two-tier system was created: White children attended a regular term at the second former Monongalia Academy building, purchased in from West Virginia Agricultural College, the future West Virginia University , only a short term was provided for African-Americans, who met at St. Isabelle of the Sisters of St. Isadore, the school moved to a new building on Beechurst Avenue, adjacent to St. On June 9, , the grade school moved into the former St. Francis Central High School building, [40] and eventually into newly built facility at 41 Guthrie Lane.

Francis Central High School existed for several decades on Birch Street in the Evansdale neighborhood until that campus was taken over by the elementary school on June 9, Francis middle and elementary schools. WVU is a public land-grant university , founded in Fall enrollment was 31,, with students from all 55 state counties, 50 states plus the District of Columbia, and 89 other nations.

The — curriculum is supported by 15 colleges and schools offering bachelor's, master's, doctoral, and professional degree programs in the arts and sciences; business and economics; creative arts; engineering and mineral resources; human resources and education; journalism; law; agriculture, forestry, and consumer sciences; dentistry; medicine; nursing; pharmacy; physical education; plus programs at Potomac State College.

Morgantown has two newspapers. The Dominion Post is a privately owned newspaper which is published daily. The university-owned and student-run college newspaper , The Daily Athenaeum , is published on weekdays while classes are in session, and is provided free of charge on campus and to many businesses around Morgantown.

There are also other local quasi-newspapers such as the Post Extra and the Morgantown Times , which typically feature a few local news stories and an abundance of advertisements. Both are free of charge and mass-mailed throughout the Morgantown area. Morgantown Municipal Airport is one of West Virginia's few commercial airports. It is located approximately 3 miles 4. For those looking to care for their animal friends, the store has an assortment of pet goods ranging from food to toys and everything in between.

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When the shop first opened in , one year after Prince Charles and Diana tied the knot, wedding gowns with poufy sleeves were all the rage. Pathfinder Centrally located in downtown Morgantown, Pathfinder offers a place to get geared up for the great outdoors. The store boasts a variety of quality apparel, recreational supplies, and toys to enjoy the vast natural beauty of the great Mountain State year- round.

Whether your adventures take you to the mountains of Pocahontas County, to the backwaters of the Cheat River, or to the falls in Sandstone, Pathfinder is a one-shop stop for all your recreational needs.

The 60,square-foot store—offering more than 50 lines of furniture—has been owned and operated by the same family since it first opened. At peak season more than 30 farmers contribute to the market. Shoppers can enjoy culinary demonstrations, too. MAXX has it all in one location. A discounted designer department store, T. MAXX offers a variety of high-end clothing at an affordable rate. Be sure to grab accessories and a pair of shoes to complete the look—the store has a large selection of designer footwear and purses, too.

Kroger Morgantown residents have three Kroger supermarkets to fulfill their shopping lists, but the one at Suncrest Towne Centre has amenities like no other, such as four in-house sushi makers, more than 60 types of imported and domestic cheeses with samplings, a large natural foods section, and an emphasis on regional products.

That said, even the recently remodeled Sabraton Kroger also has in-house sushi makers as well as a bulk foods section so you can stock up on your favorite raw cashews and trail mix. The Patteson Drive store is scheduled for changes, too. Spa Roma For nearly a quarter of a century, Spa Roma has kept Morgantown relaxed, polished, peeled, and poised, and this year, the previous multiple winner in three categories adds a new prize to its list of accomplishments: In addition to the 14,square-foot Cheat Lake base of operations, there also is the Suncrest Towne Centre location, which will celebrate five years this summer.

She personally manages each residential and commercial project and keeps a one-on-one approach throughout. Christian Help Christian Help is a nonprofit that has served the Morgantown community for 42 years. The Free Store and Jobs for Life are two of the five programs this charity operates.

The people of Christian Help do everything they can to support those in need. Clear Mountain Bank Clear Mountain Bank began more than years ago with just two banks and has expanded to 12 branches across the state, including six in Morgantown.

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The contracting company completes multiple projects throughout the year, including a few beautiful and unique large-scale homes. His family owned a floral shop when he was growing up, and he learned his trade not only in Palm Beach and Washington, D.

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The workout regime combines varied high-intensity functional movements, such as running and lifting. Biafore Landscape Development Founded in , Biafore Landscape Development boasts a team of architects, designers, and horticulturalists who create beautiful gardens and landscapes.

Not only do the staff members have decades of experience, but they have also won multiple awards. John Howard Motors can set you up with a Subaru or Nissan that will get you around town safely and in style. The dealership also gives back to the community, supporting organizations such as Meals on Wheels and Mon General Hospital. His background in civil engineering and foundation design translates into a thorough home inspection that has his clients singing his praises. Only about 15 of them remain available.

All condos built across from Suncrest Towne Centre—beginning in —have been sold. After 30 years of business, it adds up to one in five properties in the city being sold by J. Waterfront Place Hotel By the end of March or sometime in April, the name of the hotel will change to Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place and guests will be able to see the fruits of a remodel that has taken place this past year.

The lobby will feature marble floors, a seat bar, and an open concept that will afford views from the riverside restaurant—which will be rebranded as Bourbon Prime—to the Don Knotts Boulevard side. More equipment—and a larger variety—will be available in the fitness center, and guest rooms will appeal to millennials, with hardwood floors, additional data ports, and walk-in showers instead of tubs in half the inventory. Suncrest Yoga You can get your sweat on in downward dog at first-time winner Suncrest Yoga, which opened four years ago.

Students practice power vinyasa yoga, an athletic form of the ancient discipline in which yogis flow from pose to pose in a studio that is heated to between 85 and 95 degrees. Low-impact body barre classes are taught in a second, unheated room. Co-owner Nicole Yost Ross also introduced standup paddleboard yoga—in which students strike their poses on paddleboards on Cheat Lake—to Morgantown three years ago and will be out balancing on the water again this summer.

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