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 The 2015 Agassiz Farms Cycle tour will take place on July 25th.  The tour is moving forward with a new name but the same great farms. Details of the event will follow in the coming months.

 

Cycle the heart of the Fraser Valley!  The 9th annual Agassiz Farms Cycle Tour is planned for Saturday, July 25th.

The cycle tours are now on Facebook! Like us to follow the fun as we gear up for this year's event.   

The leisurely self-guided Slow Food Cycle Tours provide an educational and culinary experience exploring many farms; some that are open to the public for this day only!  The tours give a rare chance to meet the farmers and learn about agriculture, pick up fresh produce in the spectacular Fraser Valley.  Each cycle tour is approximately 25km along flat public roadways.  Start and finish your slow cycle any time between 9am-4pm. Please bring cash as most farmers are unable to accept credit cards.

 

Fraser Valley Slow Food Cycle Tour:

getting involved - volunteers 

Volunteer for a few hours and join the cycle tour for free!

Volunteers are needed for three hour shifts on event day(s) to help with a number of tasks including registration, event set-up and clean-up, traffic marshalling, pick-up driving and assisting at farms. The benefits of being a volunteer include:

-  Opportunity to participate in a fun local event that supports local farmers
-  Free registration to the two cycle tour events
-  Entry in a draw to win a Slow Food gift basket

It’s a wonderful way to get up close and personal with our local farmers while still having time to take in the rest of the days activities and flavours. For more info.

contact us

Tourism Chilliwack
t: 604.858-8121
e: info@tourismchilliwack.com
w:www.tourismchilliwack.com

Tourism Harrison
t: 604.796.5581
e: info@tourismharrison.com
w: www.tourismharrison.com

 

 

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