Ride-A-Thon Festival – September 22, 11 AM-4 PM

Ride-A-Thon Festival – September 22, 11 AM-4 PM

A 29-mile, 13.5-story high-voltage power line is proposed for Franklin County PA. Much of the impacted land is to farmland with breathtaking views. Three rides bike rides are being offered–33-mile, 16-mile, and 4-mile. It is shows the farmland and the beauty it brings, plus what should be nurtured, preserved, and protected. Following the Ride, is a Ride-A-Thon Festival. The public is welcome to come out for the music, food, and family fun. Suggested donation for entry to the Ride-A-Thon Festival is $20. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and enjoy an afternoon

Think about our future! All funds raised support the costs of legal fees in opposing the Transource Project, which does not bring power to anyone that does not have power and brings ZERO benefit to Franklin County and Pennsylvania!

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Join The Ride!

Join The Ride!

A 29-mile, 13.5-story high-voltage power line is proposed for Franklin County PA. Much of the impacted land is to farmland with breathtaking views. Join The Ride and see why it is important to protect, nurture, and preserve. The ride is Sunday, September 22, 9 AM to 4 PM, and includes three levels of bike rides—33 miles, 16 miles, or 4 miles. Riders receive a t-shirt, plus pizza after the ride. Beginning at 11 AM is a Ride-A-Thon Festival with music by Ev Crider & Jon Ingels, Negley Brothers, Jewelweed, and The Pale Barn Ghosts. Foods trucks and beverages will be on site as well as cornhole tournament and kids activities. 1181 Falling Spring Road is the beginning and ending of all levels of rides, plus the site of the Ride-A-Thon festival.

A $45 donation will give riders a section of a 33-mile course, showcasing the acres of farmland and the beauty of the valley. For an easier ride, the 16-mile course is an a

A 29-mile, 13.5-story high-voltage power line is proposed for Franklin County PA. Much of the impacted land is to farmland with breathtaking views. Join The Ride and see why it is important to protect, nurture, and preserve. The ride is Sunday, September 22, 9 AM to 4 PM, and includes three levels of bike rides—33 miles, 16 miles, or 4 miles. Riders receive a t-shirt, plus pizza after the ride. Beginning at 11 AM is a Ride-A-Thon Festival with music by Ev Crider & Jon Ingels, Negley Brothers, Jewelweed, and The Pale Barn Ghosts. Foods trucks and beverages will be on site as well as cornhole tournament and kids activities. 1181 Falling Spring Road is the beginning and ending of all levels of rides, plus the site of the Ride-A-Thon festival.

A $45 donation will give riders a section of a 33-mile course, showcasing the acres of farmland and the beauty of the valley. For an easier ride, the 16-mile course is an abbreviated version of the longer route, and there is also a beginner route, suitable for younger riders.

Register here!