Caress Law Group’s Indiana bicycle accident lawyers are very excited to help spread the word about the upcoming “Bike to Barns” event. This event is hosted by the Local Growers’ Guild and is set to take place on March 30, 2013. Cyclists of all ages and skill levels are invited to tour southern Indiana’s breathtaking landscape and visit a number of different farms along the way. These rides will take place throughout Monroe, Brown, and Owen counties.
The Local Growers’ Guild will donate all funds to their cause – which consists of farmers, retailers, and members of the community focusing on improving the food economy in southern Indiana through education, support, and market connections. The ride begins at 9 am at Binford and Rogers School in Bloomington, Indiana. From there, cyclists will be released in waves and can then choose from three different routes: a 6 mile “Urban Fruit Route,” a 35 mile “Seed Route,” and a 70 mile “Root Route” for the more weathered cyclists. Bikers will periodically be guided to local farms to interact with the local producers and growers.
The Indiana bicycle lawyers salute the Local Growers’ Guild for organizing this event that will benefit the southern Indiana farm community while also promoting bicycle use. For Hoosiers looking to spend some quality time with their children and family, Bike to Barnes is perfect for you. If you haven’t been able to ride your bike or run through the hills of southern Indiana, you should really give it a go and participate in Bike to Barnes. The southern Indiana hills will provide magnificent views, especially toward the end of March. Bike to Barns will even provide riders with a free Bike to Barns t-shirt and discounts at some of Indiana University’s favorite hot spots, like Nick’s English Hut and Upland Brewing Company in Bloomington.
The Indiana Bicycle Lawyers will continue to provide you with the latest Indiana bicycle news, laws, and resources, and we believe that Bike to Barns is an event all available Hoosier cyclists should consider. If you have any questions regarding this post or any issue involving Indiana bicycle accident law or personal injury law, please contact Indiana Bicycle Lawyer Tim Caress by calling him at 317-255-5400 or emailing him at Tim@CaressLaw.com.
I was researching the event, and here’s the registration page if anybody is curious where to sign up!