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Duncan's Run Bicycle Patch Ride
Metric Century, Half Century, Century, Other
Sat, Jul 5, 2014
About This Activity
The John Beltz Retreat Center, a 100-acre wildlife refuge in Harlem Township (Delaware County) Ohio -- in the farmland northeast of Columbus -- is the starting and ending point for the 4th annual "rerun" of the Duncan's Run Bicycle Patch Ride. The ride is named for the scenic Duncan's Run -- a stream that crosses the township before it drains into Hoover Reservoir. Pedal back in time on quiet country roads on one of 3 fully-supported and well-marked routes: a metric century (62 mile), half metric century (31 mile) or quarter metric century (15-1/2 mile). Children under 10 years of age ride for FREE with an adult family member.
The first 100 registered riders will receive a unique commemorative ride patch. All riders will get to feast on a homemade Glass Rooster lunch at the end of ride.
Organized by Harlem Township Heritage, Inc -- a local 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization -- in support of the annual Harlem Township Heritage Days community festival.
Event schedule and times
Riders can sign in and get on their way between 7:00 am and 9:00 am from the John Beltz Retreat Center at 4834 Harlem Road in Galena OH 43021. There's plenty of free parking on site. The local Glass Rooster Cannery will serve a filling, homemade lunch to all registered riders from 11:30 am until 1:00 pm. Don't forget that State Route 605 is closed at Duncan's Run for bridge replacement. Harlem Road is open all the way north and south.