Celebrate 2015 Slow Food Cycle Sunday!
Sunday, August 16, 2015
9 AM to 3 PM
A Celebration of Food, Farmers and the Joys of Biking
Slow Food Cycle Sunday is an opportunity to connect — town folk and city folk, consumers with their food, people with the land. The future of food is local!
The 11th annual Slow Food Cycle Sunday is an opportunity to connect — town folk and city folk, consumers with their food, people with the land.
SFCS is a cycle up and down the Pemberton Meadows Road. A 50 kilometre / 31 mile ride that you can do at your own pace and cycle some or all of the route.
Visit Pemberton farms and other vendors. Purchase local produce, crafts and much more along the way.
Avoid line ups and pre-register for this event online!
2015 SFCS Event Day Registration
- Where: Pemberton Meadows Road at the location of the old Pemberton Community Centre. Look for School District 48's Bus Garage and Playing Fields just north west of the Village of Pemberton.
- When: 9 AM to 2 PM on Sunday August 16th
- Cost: $5 per per person / $20 per family
Register For Slow Food Cycle Sunday Online
Pre-registration is now available. Simply fill out the form below to get started.
Slow Food Cycle Sunday blows the fast-food drive-through away. The event is a pedal-powered trip through the natural buffet that is Pemberton Meadows farmland to meet local growers and sample produce fresh from the field.
The World Watch Institute reports that the average food item eaten in North America has traveled 2,500 to 4,000 km from farm to table. Here, the distance between good food and your table is as short as a 50 kilometre / 31 mile bike ride.
Learn more About Slow Food Cycle Sunday Pemberton!
2014 Slow Food Cycle Sunday Sponsors
Cycling In Pemberton
Pemberton is an wonderful cycling hub. Whether you are a road cyclist, a downhill mountain biker, or prefer family bike rides, the roads and trails of Pemberton are the perfect place for your two wheels. Learn more about road cycling, mountain biking, and family bike rides, and get out there today!
Photo by Dave Steers