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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.

Press Coverage

New York City Food Policy Lists Farm to Fork Fondo as an Essential Event For New York City Food and Ag Lovers

Tyler Wren

"Active and outdoorsy agriculture lovers will want to take part in a Farm to Fork Fondo event where you’ll have the chance to cycle meandering country roads through pastoral landscapes while making pit stops at farms along the way to rest, chat with farmers, and fuel-up on regional foods. You’ll also be invited to pre- and post-ride meals full of tasty local food."


Read about all 16 essential events and day trips on the full article!

Mountain Home: "Farm to Table Gets a New Spin"

Tyler Wren

"Ted Marks looks out over the pastoral view from the deck of Atwater Estate Vineyards, a view that leads the eye past new plantings and burgeoning vines down to the waters of Seneca Lake and beyond. In his eighteen years as proprietor of Atwater, he’s come to embrace both the solace of the winter months and the summer swell of tourists looking to capture the essence of the Finger Lakes. This season, he and his staff are also anticipating their roles as host to the first Finger Lakes Farm to Fork Fondo on June 24 and 25.

What’s that, you say, Farm to Fork Fondo? Scheduled from early June to late September, these one-day farm-to-table events, inclusive of all riding abilities, occur in six different rural farming communities in the northeast, from Maine to Pennsylvania. Rides are designed to immerse participants in all that these regions have to offer, from unique cuisine and libations to spectacular scenery and remarkable residents. Each event kicks off with a Farmer’s Dinner the night before at hosting partners’ venues like Atwater Estate Vineyards. The following morning, riders hit the saddle and head out."

Read the whole article with Tyler Wren and Ted Water here!

Movement Sports: "Farm to Fork Fondo PA Dutch is Unlike Any Other Ride You Have Experienced"

Tyler Wren

"The PA Dutch starts and finishes at the Country Barn, just outside of Lancaster, PA. Each course will take you further into the rich agricultural countryside of Lancaster County, where you’ll pass through the heart of Amish Country. At each aid station, you’ll have a chance to experience the farm and taste a special gourmet treat that represents the farm’s specialty. Once you cross the finish line, you’ll have a gourmet, Farm To Fork barbecue waiting for you, along with music and fun for the whole family. Bianchi, one of the event’s sponsors, will also be giving away two bikes at end of each event."

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Cozy Up: A "Two-Wheeled Twist" to the Farm to Table Movement

Tyler Wren


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.

Check out the full blog post here!

My Twin Tiers: Farm to Fork Fondo "Highlights the Region's Agricultural Community"

Tyler Wren

The third edition of the ride took place at Artwater Estate Vineyards in Burdett Saturday and Sunday.

This is the first time the Finger Lakes hosted the event, which highlights the region's agricultural community, allowing cyclists to ride through the area and enjoy locally sourced meals.

"The Finger Lakes really has all the elements that we're looking for, it's a really strong tourism region, people think of the wine and they want to come here," said Tyler Wren, the event director and founder of Wrenegade Sports.

Organizers said the event is a great way to boost the economy and tourism.  Around 400 cyclists signed up for the ride and traveled from 25 different states.

The event raised over $400,000 in the Finger Lakes region.

Upcoming rides will be held in Vermont, PA Dutch, Maine and Berkshires.  To learn more, visit


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Hudson Valley News Network: Farm to Fork Fondo – Hudson Valley was a "Celebration of Food, Fitness, and Community"

Tyler Wren

ORANGE COUNTY – Farm to Fork Fondo – Hudson Valley came to Warwick on Jun. 11 bringing with it a celebration of food, fitness, and community.

Despite the 90 degree weather, more than 500 cyclists took to the country roads of Orange County and surrounding towns to sample what farmers had to offer.

The event, which was hosted by Pennings Farm, featured aid stations at seven local farms where riders sampled the farms’ food. “We’re very happy to host the Farm to Fork Fondo,” said Steve Pennings, owner of Pennings Farm. “Wrenegade Sports’ organization skills are second to none and we can’t wait to do it again next year.”

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Warwick Advertiser: "A Party on Wheels"

Tyler Wren

WARWICK — It's described as a party on wheels where the guests are a unique mix of accomplished cyclists and novice riders.

On a warm Sunday morning, June 11, more than 500 cyclists, for the second consecutive year, rode from Pennings Farm and Cidery in distance options for cyclists of all abilities.

The event, "Farm to Fork Fondo," was presented by Wrenegade Sports LLC and hosted by Pennings Farm Cidery and Pennings Market. 

A few minutes before the start of the ride, Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton and Tyler Wren, organizer of the event, welcomed and addressed the cyclists. 

Neuhaus told the cyclists that the "Farm to Fork Fondo" would highlight Orange County's distinctive agriculture with locally sourced pre- and post-meals, and mid-ride aid stations hosted by working farms.

After a short countdown, Steve Pennings, driving his antique tractor, led the group down the hill from the Cidery to Warwick Turnpike.


The rides throughout Orange County ranged from a 10-mile family friendly "Ramble Ride" to a grueling 87-mile "Gran Fondo." 

All the riders finished back at Pennings, where they had an opportunity to enjoy a country fair style after-ride barbecue and celebration.

The Farm to Fork Fondo series is supported by New Holland Agriculture, Colavita USA, Bianchi Bicycles, and other local and national-level sponsors. The series also includes events in Vermont, Pennsylvania Dutch country and Maine, all organized by Wrenegade Sports.

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Outside Magazine Names Farm To Fork Fondo One Of 2017 Best Trips

Tyler Wren

The iconic magazine's 40th anniversary travel issue highlights our brand new Berkshires event in its "27 New Adventure Ideas."



Former pro cyclist Tyler Wren knows what motivates riders up a steep climb: craft beer and the smell of slow-cooked brisket. Looking to lure more people onto bikes while supporting small New England farmers, Wren launched his Farm to Fork Fondo series in 2015. "Farms represent more than just gorgeous scenery," he says. "Behind every beautiful barn is a family doing work vital to our way of life." Between rest stops fueled with maple candies in Vermont or blueberry turnovers in Maine, riders cover ten-mile or even century-long rides lined with 5,00-foot King of the Hill climbs.

This summer, Farm to Fork Fondo will add a Berkshires tour in western Massachusetts to its menu, starting with a Meet the Farmers Dinner at Hancock Shaker Village and culminating with live music and a barbecue by Wheelhouse Farm, a local farm-to-table caterer. Rides from $40 to $450; 

-Jen Murphy (2015 & 2016 Farm to Fork Fondo participant & Outside contributor)

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