13th Annual Pemberton Slow Food Cycle 2017 - Aug 20, 2017
Date: Sunday, August 20, 2017
Time: 9 AM to 3 PM
Where: Pemberton Meadows Road
Admission: $5 per person, $20 per family
Join us for the 13th Annual Pemberton Slow Food Cycle on
Saturday, August 20, 2017.
The Pemberton Slow Food Cycle is a celebration of locally
produced food and the farmers who's work make it all possible.
Slow Food Cycle is a 50 KM / 31 mile journey up and down
Pemberton Meadows Road. Along the way stop at the many working
farms who will be selling fresh produce, tasty treats, crafts and
much more. Several of the farms will be serving up tasty meals and
cool drinks sourced directly from their farms. You can also grab
some amazing art, clothing and one of kind trinkets from local
Avoid day of registration line-ups by pre-registering for the
Pemberton Slow Food Cycle online at the Tourism
Pemberton website. Walk-in registration can be done the day of
the event at the old Pemberton Community Centre. Look for
School District 48's Bus Garage and Playing Fields just north west
of the Village of Pemberton. Registration is $5 per person or $20
When: The Slow Food Cycle takes place from
9 AM to 3 PM!
- Need a bike? Make a bike reservation with Pemberton Bike Co.! Or stay with the
Pemberton Valley Lodge, we offer guests complimentary use mountain
bikes and cruiser bikes!
- Plan before you go! Check out the 2017 Slow Food Cycle Route
Map and Vendor List here!
- Bring lots of water and snacks! The Pemberton Slow Food Cycle
is usually a scorcher of a day. Bring water, hat, sunglasses and
- Share the road! The Pemberton Meadows road will be closed to
regular traffic from 10 AM to 2 PM but Meadows farmers and
residents will still have access to the road. Be mindful of cars
and never clog the middle of the road.
- Plan your own route! Remember as far as you bike up you have to
bike back. Only goes as far as you feel comfortable.
- Ask a farmer! Use this time to pick a farmers brain. The
Pemberton Farmer's are happy to answer questions about their crops
and share their wisdom about sustainable farming.