Beginning and ending at Samary Plantation, the bike routes will wind through the picturesque landscape of Williamson County. Novices and pros alike can choose from a 24-mile or 52-mile ride.
Our 52-mile ride will include three rest stops and the challenge of Pull Tight Hill. The 24-mile ride, will bypass Pull Tight Hill and includes one rest stop. Bathrooms, food and drinks are provided at every stop.
Starting this year, the 24-mile route will be named the “Brian Angle 24-Mile Ride” to honor the memory of the dedicated cyclist who participated in this event its first two years helping and encouraging newer riders. A portion of the proceeds from Ride the Vines will go toward the Brian Angle Leadership Award to Angle’s alma mater, Marshall University.
This event will feature a staggered start with the first ride beginning at 8 a.m. Afterwards, brunch will be served at Samary Plantation. The first 250 cyclists registering, 21 and older, will receive a special bottle of wine commemorating the event.
All the details and how to register is at RideTheVines.org. Here’s a link: