Cider Cycle 2020 Set for This Saturday, Let’s Ride


Fenton, MI — September 30, 2020

Looking for a fun outdoor activity this weekend? Grab the bicycles and head out to Peabody Ice Climbing for the 2020 Cider Cycle to benefit LAFF Pathways. “Families are welcome and funds raised from this event are going to help build a non-motorized pathway connecting Fenton and surrounding areas. This project has been in the works for years and had an official groundbreaking last month. There are grants already approved to match funds being raised by the non-profit.” According to event organizers.

This year’s ride starts Saturday, October 3rd with registration at 2:30 pm at the Ice Climbing center 12326 Foley Rd in Fenton. Participants have the option of 2 rides to choose from, a 15-mile or a 30-mile course. The 15-mile ride is mostly gravel out and back to Diehl’s Orchard and Cider Mill. The 30-mile ride is a loop consisting of half pavement/gravel passing Diehl’s Orchard and Cider Mill, Spicer’s Orchard, and Parshallville Cider Mill. An after-party back at Peabody’s runs until everyone has had the most fun they can have.

Peabody Ice Climbing Cider Cycle / Photo Courtesy of

What’s Included

1 Donut Per Registered rider at Deihl’s Orchard (1st stop for the 30, halfway for the 15)

Food Ticket for D&W Street Eatery.

Drink Ticket for Blom Cyser

Raffle Ticket for after party giveaways from our sponsors

Bike tuning and tips from Moosejaw 

Live Music, Fun, and Games

Cider and donut at finish

Good karma for giving to a good cause

Schedule Sat October 3rd

Registration: 2:30pm -3:30pm

Race Start: 3:30pm

After Party: 6pm-?

How Much Does it Cost

15 or 30 mile cycle

FAMILY $115.00
15 or 30 mile cycle. Includes up to 4 members in the same household. Includes children on own bikes. Children on tag-a-longs are free.

Non-rider but will attend party. Includes wristband access to party, beverages, live music, food is available for purchase.

Register online at Eastside Racing Company to recieve earlybird discount. Race day registration is available.

A fun event for a good cause. Sounds like a great way to spend an autumn afternoon.

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