Rensselaerville Ride: From Hill to Hollow

rensselaerville ride 2016 logoThe Carey Institute in Rensselaerville has an event coming up the weekend of September 16-18 that could be fun if you're into cycling (and beer). Blurbage for Rensselaerville Ride: From Hill to Hollow (link added):

It's a family friendly weekend with challenging routes for all ages and abilities, with rides ranging from a 3.3-mile time trial to a 64-mile ride through the Helderberg Hilltowns. Fall foliage will be at its peak so it's sure to be a beautiful weekend. Come early for the Pond Hill Challenge and stay late for live music, good food and craft beer. The Carey Institute has a brewery on its estate and plenty of New York State craft beer.

There's a schedule of events at that link. Entry fees for the rides range from free up to $80 -- the fees will increase at the start of September. (We also hear there are some early bird deals on lodging and meal packages if you're looking to stay there for the weekend.)

Rensselaerville is a beautiful spot in southwestern Albany County. While you're in that area, it's also worth stop at the Huyck Preserve, which has a series of hiking trails and some good waterfalls.

Comments

I'm so glad that I don't need to pay $80 or pedal 64 miles to ride my bike & drink beer.

Say Something!

We'd really like you to take part in the conversation here at All Over Albany. But we do have a few rules here. Don't worry, they're easy. The first: be kind. The second: treat everyone else with the same respect you'd like to see in return. Cool? Great, post away. Comments are moderated so it might take a little while for your comment to show up. Thanks for being patient.

The Scoop

Ever wish you had a smart, savvy friend with the inside line on what's happening around the Capital Region? You know, the kind of stuff that makes your life just a little bit better? Yeah, we do, too. That's why we created All Over Albany. Find out more.

Recently on All Over Albany

Today's moment of spring

We've been aching for one of those warm, sunny spring days that feels like everything is breathing deep and ready to burst forth. Until then... (more)

Mapping a way toward education

Maybe you know (if a bit vaguely) about the significance of Emma Willard as a pioneer in advocating for educational opportunities for women. She, of... (more)

Another look at New York State's population change, this time along the urban/rural split

Here's a bonus track from last week's post about the slow population growth of the Albany metro area -- and the melting populations of many... (more)

The mystery of Hazel Drew's death

The modern world is... The Daily Mail carrying a long article about the unsolved murder of a young woman in Sand Lake in 1908 because... (more)

Behemoth Short Film Festival 2017

The Behemoth Short Film Festival returns to the Saratoga Arts Center April 15. Blurbage: The Behemoth Short Film Festival showcases some of the very best... (more)

Recent Comments

I went to one last month. My friend took his oath of citizenship. It is a great ceremony. A local school choir sang. There was a moving speech from one of the new citizens who grew up a refugee and at the age of 21 was finally a citizen of a country for the first time in her life. The League of Women Voters give warm welcomes, flags and voter registration cards to all the new citizens. It gave me such warm fuzzies. Everyone should try to go to one of these if they get the chance.

A look at the plan for new bus and pedestrian amenities at Lark and Washington in Albany

...has 8 comments, most recently from Asher G.

WHAT? (airplane flies overhead)

...has 4 comments, most recently from Lu

The mystery of Hazel Drew's death

...has 1 comment, most recently from a

Another look at New York State's population change, this time along the urban/rural split

...has 1 comment, most recently from Bob

Lifestyle Farming Conference at SUNY Cobleskill

...has 1 comment, most recently from Barold