The Carey Institute for Global Good has set up a fun event in Rensselaerville for September 16, 17, and 18.
The three-day event features a time trial hill climb, four cycling rides, kids’ events, live music, food from Slidin’ Dirty and the Carriage House Restaurant, and hard cider and beer from Indian Ladder Farmstead Cidery & Brewery and Helderberg Brewery. All cycling takes place throughout the Helderberg Hilltowns and Northern Catskills, boasting beautiful views of the Catskill Mountains and fall foliage. Riders and guests are invited to stay at the Carey Institute’s 100-acre estate for the duration of the festival. Lodging and meal packages are available.
“We planned the Rensselaerville Ride to bring cyclists and their families to our area and show what it has to offer—great riding, great scenery, great community and the beautiful property of the Carey Institute for Global Good,” said Jon Kosich, co-organizer of the ride. “We wanted to create a family-friendly weekend that both recreational cyclists and racers alike could enjoy.”
Hard to beat a weekend of cycling, music, beer, and food. If this sounds like your thing, learn more on the Rensselaerville Ride website.