The farm-to-table movement has been going strong since the early 2000s. Popular with foodies and sustainability advocates alike, it’s seen as a way to improve food quality with fresher ingredients, support local farmers, and promote overall food safety. Now, that movement is getting a unique two-wheeled twist with events known as Farm to Fork Fondo, providing cyclists with a new way to see — and taste — all that Northeastern regions have to offer.
From now until late September, six different Northeast rural farming communities will host one-day farm-to-table events specifically for cyclists. In 2015, 36 million Americans aged seven and above rode a bicycle at least six times, and these events will allow bike enthusiasts of all abilities to sample regional cuisines and beverages while taking in breathtaking scenic views.
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