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Thank you for your interest in the Tour de Farm New Jersey!!
The Tour de Farm Warren County, on Saturday, September 19th, 2015, is one of three 2015 bicycling tours which will help promote our NJ Farmers and their Farms.
The Tour starts and ends at:
87 Belcher Road,
8am-10am: Check-in and enjoy your included delicious, locally-sourced breakfast!!!
Please print out and bring your signed waiver, ticket, and photo ID with you for check-in.
Please bring a cooler to take purchased items home, if you plan on purchasing items at the farms.
This is a Rain or Shine event - no refunds.
9am: Extreme Tour Begins - The Extreme Tour is 61 miles with 3,300 feet of elevation.
The Tour de Farm NJ Extreme Tours are recommended for very avid, very fit bicyclists. If you have any doubts at all about riding and finishing an Extreme Tour, we recommend taking the shorter, less challenging tours.
10am: Weekend Warrior and Not-So-Extreme Tours Begins. The Weekend Warrior tour is 13.9 miles with 1,000 feet of elevation. The Not-So-Extreme Tour is 37.7 miles with 1,800 feet of elevation. You can visit the Tour de Farm Warren County participating farms starting at 10am. We ask that you bring cash with you to purchase farm products which will be brought back to Race Farm by 2pm when the tour concludes.
3:30pm: The Farm to Fork Celebration (tickets sold separately) will be held at Race Farm from 3:30pm-6:30pm. This dinner will be catered by Jeanny Race from Race Farm. Tickets sold separately. See more details here.
Catered by Jeanny Race from Race Farm
Local sausage and egg scramble
Seasonal mixed Fresh fruit from Race Farm
Warm grain mix walnuts & Race farm apples
Homemade jams from Race farm fruit
Bagels with cream cheese
Premium fresh brewed Coffee
Tea & herbal tea
THE CYCLING TOUR FARM STOPS
Here is a map of the participating farms: MAP
CIRCLE BROOK: 141 Brighton Road, Andover, NJ
Circle Brook Farm is a diversified, certified organic, vegetable farm. We grow virtually every type of produce that is possible in our climate- from arugula to zucchini. Included in the planting list are many heirloom varieties such as the Rattlesnake pole bean, Costata Romanesco squash, heirloom melons, and many varieties of heirloom tomatoes. We also grow many unique varieties such as Japanese salad turnips, ground cherries (cape gooseberries), white sweet potatoes, sugarsnap peas, multi-colored carrots as well as oakleaf and other types of lettuce you will never find in the supermarket.
LONG MEADOW FARM: 561 Blairstown Rd (County Rd. 521), Hope, NJ
Welcome to Longmeadow Farm! Started in 1993, we originally began by selling pumpkins for Halloween. But it wasn’t long before Bradley Burke, Longmeadow’s owner, felt that something more was in order. And with that decision, our apple orchard was planted. Today, Longmeadow Farm has 15 varieties of apples along with our pumpkins and so much more.
RACE FARM: 87 Belcher Road, Blairstown, NJ
Race Farm is over seventy years old and on the fourth generation of quality growers. We strive to provide our customers with the freshest, best quality produce we can possibly produce. For over seventy years our standards and mission have remained the same. Giving the customer great, fresh, local produce, while helping to keep open ground and sustaining agriculture in New Jersey.
LITTLE BIG FARM: 111 Heller Hill Road, Blairstown, NJ
Little Big Farm is a small family flower farm nestled in the foothills of northern Warren County, New Jersey. Owned and operated by Patricia Kraemer-Doell, the primary farming activity is to grow the most beautiful blooms possible without the use of pesticides or herbicides. Our customers seek organically grown, locally sourced fresh cut flowers for their weddings, parties, and design activities.
PITTENGER FARM: 143 Creek Rd. Andover NJ
LL Pittenger Farm raises local and natural meat products along with a variety of quality hay. The land is devoted to providing pasture for the animals and crop production. All of the animals are humanely raised and are on a strict vegetarian diet. No hormones, antibiotics or steroids are fed, as we strive to keep the meat as natural as possible. We believe the animals' diet is a vital part of producing quality meat.
Our farm store is open year round at our home, hours by appointment. All of our meat products are minimally processed at a local, federally inspected USDA facility. The individual cuts of beef, pork, goat and lamb are all vacuum sealed for an extended freezer life.
GENESIS FARM COMMUNITY GARDEN: 41 Silver Lake Rd # B, Blairstown, New Jersey
The Community Supported Garden at Genesis Farm was founded in 1988 as a not-for-profit corporation. It is one of the oldest CSA's in the country and the first in New Jersey. The Garden leases approximately 51 acres from Genesis Farm, which is owned by the Dominican Sisters who have protected the land through the state farmland preservation program.
BEAR DEN ALPACA FARM: 88 Hoagland Rd, Blairstown, NJ
Bear's Den Alpacas is located in beautiful Blairstown, NJ, Warren County. Glenn and Mary bought their first animals in April 2010. When Glenn and Mary met, they discovered that they each had a "bear" nickname in College - Glenn was Bear, Mary was Mare-bear. When the time came to choose a farm name, Bear's Den was an obvious choice since a den is a cozy place that is warm and secure.
GIBBS FARM: 164 Jonsonburg Road, Andover, NJ
The Gibbs Farm raises cattle and sells their own meats.
TRANQUILITY STORE: 97 Kennedy Rd, Andover, NJ
Ticket price includes Breakfast, Cycling Tour, Farm Tastings, and, for the first 400 registrants, Tour de Farm NJ T-Shirts.
NOT SO EXTREME