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Wrenegade Sports, LLC
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Burlington, VT 05401

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Burlington, VT, 05401
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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.

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Farm to Fork Fondo - Berkshires

September 23-24, 2017 - Hancock Shaker Village
1843 W Housatonic St, Pittsfield, MA

Experience a distinctive culinary movement in the Berkshires - where farms and restaurants have created a world-class food culture by long ago committing to using seasonal ingredients



All activities at Hancock Shaker Village, 1843 W Housatonic St, Pittsfield, MA

Saturday September 23, 2017

  • 5 to 7pm Packet Pickup at the 1830 Brick Dwelling Green
  • 5:30pm Free Pro Rider Bicycle Skills Clinic for riders of all abilities, presented by Bianchi and Elite Performance Team
  • 7pm Meet the Farmers Dinner at the 1830 Brick Dwelling Shaker Dining Room (tickets required)

SUnday September 24, 2017

  • 6:30 to 8:30am Packet Pickup, Maple Hill Creamery & No. Six Depot Roastery Fuel-Up Station, and Bicycle First Aid Station open
  • 9am Farm to Fork Fondo (Piccolo, Medio and Gran) departs (pre-registration required)
  • 11am Ramble Ride departs
  • 11:30am to 6pm Post-Ride Farm to Fork Barbecue open (tickets required)
  • 1 to 5pm Live music by Whiskey Treaty Road Show
  • 5pm Volunteer Competition Awards Ceremony
  • On-site activities: local and cycling industry vendors; annual Country Fair including chicken races and quilt displays; Shaker Museum; farm and garden tours; historic architecture tours; Farm and Forest Trail hike; more!

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Ride Details





Note: space is limited to 500 riders and we expect to sell out

Gran Fondo
87 miles

More than 5,000 feet of climbing. Dozens of Berkshires farms. Breathtaking views and challenging ascents. Earn your feast. Dine in style.


  • 5,180 feet of elevation gain
  • 6 Aid Stations at local farms
  • 5 timed segments
  • All paved


2017 course map coming soon...

Medio Fondo
55 Miles

Get up close and personal with Berkshires agriculture. Challenge yourself on some climbs and take in the views. All of the Gran Fondo experience in a tighter package. 


  • 3,270 feet of elevation gain
  • 4 Aid Stations at local farms
  • 3 timed segments
  • All paved


2017 course map coming soon...

Piccolo Fondo
31 Miles

Rolling hills, working farms and bucolic vistas of the Berkshire's distinctive farmland. Your favorite Sunday drive, now on two wheels. We've packed the picnic.


  • 1,863 feet of elevation gain
  • 3 Aid Stations at local farms
  • 2 timed segments
  • All paved


2017 course map coming soon...

Ramble Ride
12 Miles

See some farms and lovely views by bike. Wave to your friends. Cross the finish line. Relax and dine. Happy tummies ride local. 


  • 1 Aid Station at a local farm
  • All paved


2017 course map coming soon...



Includes post-ride barbecue, treats along your ride, and much more! (full list of amenities)

Gran Fondo
Medio Fondo
Piccolo Fondo
Ramble Ride - Adult
Ramble Ride - Child

Early Bird

After Jan 16

After July 17

After August 21


*Plus $3 minimum donation to the Volunteer Competition



Includes Standard Registration, Meet the Farmers Dinner ticket, Official 2017 Farm to Fork Fondo kit, and more! (full list of amenities)

Gran Fondo
Medio Fondo
Piccolo Fondo

Early Bird

After Jan 16

After July 17

After August 21


*Plus $3 minimum donation to the Volunteer Competition



You don't have to ride a bike to have a great time!

Meet the Farmers Dinner
Post-Ride Farm to Fork Barbecue - Adult
Post-Ride Farm to Fork Barbecue - Child


Featured Farms


Photo credit Cricket Creek Farm

Home to 155 commercial farms, Berkshire County is the leading dairy producer in Massachusetts, and also hosts a diverse mix of fruit and vegetable growers and nurseries.

The Berkshires region has long been a pioneer in farm culture, from hosting the first agricultural fair in 1811, to more recently playing a central role in shaping farm-to-table culture in New England, with a strongly intertwined community of local farmers and restaurateurs.

Hancock Shaker Village


Centrally located in the Berkshires, Hancock Shaker Village is a living history museum and farm. The 750-acre National Historic Landmark depicts daily life at the Shakers’ City of Peace through its 220 years. The fully restored Village includes 20 historic buildings, heirloom medicinal and vegetable gardens, 22,000 examples of authentic Shaker furniture, crafts, tools, and clothes, as well as heritage breed farm animals and hiking trails.

There are tours, craft and cooking demonstrations, lectures and workshops, and a variety of activities for children and families, plus a museum store and café. For more information visit

Hilltop Orchards


Hilltop Orchards is a 200-acre historic property in the Berkshires. The Vittori family celebrates its 28th year at Hilltop Orchards. Preserving local farming and opening their land for apple picking, hiking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing is their pleasure and our privilege. 

Hilltop Orchards is a tasty Berkshire experience - the popular cider donuts are made daily from the farm's cold pressed cider. You can take home a fresh baked fruit pie and scones or delicious preserves from the farm winery store. More information at

Colfax Farm

West Stockbridge

Colfax Farm was founded by Molly Comstock, and is an independently owned and operated farm. For the past seven years, Molly has been a gypsy farmer, managing farms and growing food throughout the Hudson Valley region. Heading into her fourth season as a CSA farm, she is now located in West Stockbridge MA, nestled at the edge of the beautiful Berkshires. Molly will be growing, using organic practices, on land generously provided by the Baldwin family. Named after her father, Colfax Farm will be returning to the West Stockbridge farmer’s market, delivering fresh organic produce to local restaurants, and providing for the third season of my CSA.

All produce raised on the farm is grown organically, without the use of harmful pesticides or herbicides. Learn more at

Taft Farms

Taft Farms is a family farm in the heart of the Berkshires in their 55th year of pesticide-free, sustainable agriculture. Taft Farms has been a pioneer in the local farming industry.

The Taft family's dream when they established the farm was to create a farm that did not need to heavily rely on chemicals and pesticides. A farm that could act as a steward for the land instead of robbing it of it's natural resource and beauty. Long before the organic movement, long before the advent of genetic engineering, Daniel and Stanley Taft could see that agriculture needed a change, and that they wanted to change it.

With each passing season Taft Farms renews it's commitment to sustainable agriculture. With a focus on heirloom varieties, pesticide-free growing, watershed management, and minimal fertilizer use, the family hopes to preserve the farm for future generations!

Bartlett's Orchard



Four Generations of the Bartlett family have been growing, packing and shipping apples for almost 60 years. Our fine trees produce an average crop of 20,000 bushels of apples every year on 52 acres of choice apple growing land on Lenox Mountain in rural Massachusetts.

rancis and Betty along with Fran's parents, A.J. and Sophie, invested in the orchard in 1947.  The four of them established and operated the business for many years.  The third generation, sons Rick and Ron, have been working in the orchard since they were teenagers and are joined by their wives Cindy and Joan.

The fourth generation is learning the orchard business already.  Rick's two sons, Erick and Trevor have been helping out for many years.  The newest family members, Ron and Cindy's son and daughter, Justin and Micaela, along with Rick and Joan's daughter Elizabeth serve as special public relations consultants.

Turner Farms Maple Syrup

South Egremont

The Turner family opened their farm in the spring of 1988, in the southern most corner of the Berkshires of Massachusetts. They produced 25 gallons of syrup that year on a "Back Yard " rig and and sold the syrup by placing a sign in a 5 gallon bucket at the end of the road. All the syrup was sold by May and the term "syrupfever" had officially hit. The farm now has 4300 taps but more importantly the Turners have created a wonderful livelihood. They have two children and customers became cherished friends. Sugaring has gotten into the family's blood, and the thrill of producing a better product each season, all the while increasing efficiency is the heart of "sugar fever". The family is also passionate about teaching an alternative way of life to their children and meeting new people on their farm. 

Learn more at

Les Trois Emme Vineyard & Winery

New Marlborough

Les Trois Emme Winery is owned and operated by Mary Jane and Wayne Eline. “Les Trois Emme” means “The Three M’s” and is named after their first three granddaughters, Megan, Madison, and Mary Katherine.

A visit to Les Trois Emme winery often includes a tour of the vineyard and facilities where you can find out as much or as little as you would like about the process of making wine. After your tour, you are welcome to enjoy a tasting of their wines. 

Mary Jane and Wayne like to say that you will never forget your visit to Les Trois Emme Winery.

Learn more at

High Lawn Farm


High Lawn Farm is dedicated to providing its neighbors with the
best quality, freshest Jersey milk and dairy products available.

At High Lawn Farm, each and every cow and each and every employee is a vital part of the whole of this family-owned farm, and all are treated with the utmost respect.

The farm is equally committed to serving its community as a resource, educating the public about its cows and farming in general and doing our part to keep the Berkshires green.

The farm's vision for the future includes a dedication to preserving the past through continuing to breed the finest Jersey cow, maintaining the highest quality of agriculture and protecting and conserving the historic farm buildings and beautiful Berkshire farmland. 

Learn more at

Wolfe Spring Farm


Wolfe Spring Farm is a certified USDA Organic vegetable community supported agriculture (CSA). The farm also raises many different animals, including chickens, pigs, goats, cows, and, a horse and a donkey. Their products are all certified Naturally Grown and feature vegetables, berries and farm fresh eggs. 

The farm also hosts events and farm stays, with two elegantly restored farm houses for rent. For more information visit


Note: All menus subject to change

Farm to Fork

By Wheelhouse Farm Catering


All dishes made from scratch, using as many ingredients as possible from local farms.

  • Pulled pork
  • Smoked brisket
  • Maple cheddar cornbread
  • Braised brussels’ sprout tops
  • Potato salad with mushrooms, haricot vert, and peppers with a paprika yogurt dressing
  • Roasted vegetable salad - eggplant, peppers, potatoes, and broccoli - with charred corn and farro
  • Selection of local apples, featuring various heritage varieties
  • Herbal Lemonade

Finisher Brew

Big Elm Brewing pint of 413 Farmhouse Ale
*Free for all finishers of age


Included in all ride registrations
Adults: $29.99
Children under 12: $14.99

Meet the Farmers Dinner

By Wheelhouse Farm Catering


All dishes made from scratch, using as many ingredients as possible from local farms.

*Vegetarian options available

Starters (served during cocktail hour)

  • Grilled sourdough with house made ricotta and stone fruit jam
  • Grilled sourdough with cilantro chimichurri and mushrooms
  • Cauliflower and cured serrano ham

First Course (served family style)

  • Cheese and charcuterie: Berkshire Bloom and Maggie's Round, from Cricket Creek Farm (Williamstown), Meat Market charcuterie (Great Barrington), mandolined turnips, Windy Hill Apples, and Berkshire Mountain Bakery sourdough

Salad Course (plated)

  • Salad of greens with beets poached in cider vinegar and paprika, goat cheese, hazelnuts, and batchelor buttons with carmine honey-cider vinaigrette

Main Course (served family style)

  • Braised brisket with red flannel hash and greens: Brisket slowly braised and served with a hash of potatoes, carrots, and beets, fresh brassica greens, and Berkshire Distillers bourbon demi-glace
  • Oyster mushroom confit with red flannel hash and greens (for vegetarians)

Dessert Course

  • Delicata spoonbread with Windy Hill apples and parsnips
  • Coffee and tea from Sawmill Farm

All tickets include signature cocktails from Berkshire Mountain Distillers and Italian wine pairings from Colavita


*Included in First Class Registration

Aid Station 'Small Bites'


Hilltop Orchards

Cider donuts & wine tastings - made on the farm
 - Featured ingredients: Apples and grapes from the farm
 - Routes: Medio, Piccolo &  Ramble Ride

Colfax Farm 

Carrot kale muffins
 - Featured ingredients: Vegetables from the farm's CSA
 - Routes: Gran, Medio & Piccolo

Bartlett's orchard

Apple turnovers & fresh-pressed apple cider - made on the farm
 - Featured ingredient: Apples from the farm
 - Routes: Gran, Medio & Piccolo

Turner Farms Maple Syrup

- Featured ingredients: Maple syrup & Cabot cheese from the farm
- Routes: Gran & Medio

High Lawn Farm

Ice cream - made on the farm
 - Featured ingredients: Dairy from the farm's Jersey cows
 - Routes: Gran & Medio

Wolfe spring farm

Raspberry tarts - by Firefly Catering
 - Featured ingredient: Raspberries from the farm
 - Routes: Gran

Les Trois Emme Winery

Wine tastings - made on the farm
- Featured ingredient: Grapes from the farm
-Routes: Gran

More menu items coming soon...
Note: all aid stations are also stocked with ride fuel from GU & Clif Bar

Travel Information

Travel Information


All activities at Hancock Shaker Village, 1843 West Housatonic St, Pittsfield MA, 01201
Free on-site parking


Official Event Hotel

Local hotel discount information coming soon...

Suggested Area Activities


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