Foodies and Bicyclists, Get Tickets for the RadTour Marquette – Early Bird Sale Ends Tonight!

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Check out the fresh crops growing at each farm

Check out the fresh crops growing at each farm

Marquette, MI  –  August 23, 2017  –   RadTour Marquette is celebrating Superhero Farmers. The early bird special ends in 9 hours so buy into this weekends 35-mile adventurous RadTour Marquette Route that will take you west to Ishpeming. Working with Partridge Creek Farm, bikers will head out to not only Superhero Farmers but also the 1st annual Partridge Creek Farm Harvest Festival! Two places means twice the food and twice the fun rolled-up into one loop.

Check in will be at 10am at The Flying Moose with free coffee and breakfast bites served during sign in. When you arrive, bring a cotton garment for on-site screen printing before rolling out around 11am. The trip will travel over bike paths, gravel paths/roads, making any bike capable of handling the trip! Starting out, the group will head just a few blocks over to visit the Steinhaus. Local Rockstar Chefs will also be serving up tastings made with farm fresh ingredients at each stop along the tour.

RadTour promotes the bicycle and real food movements with intimate, community-oriented bicycle tours of small farms. Each farm is paired with a chef serving local foods tastings! Riders will enjoy delicious food and handcrafted beverages while roaming farms in the company of friends.

Don’t have a bike but want to join in? Bike rental is available at The Flying Moose and Lakeshore Bikes!

Tickets are available at regular and student pricing online. Find out more about RadTour on their website.

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