It’s A BIKESTRAVAGANZA! Celebrate cycling with us at Stony Kill Farm during Bikes at the Barn!

Saturday, July 20, 10am-12pm

Bring your Bike and Cruise the Farm Lane; Try out Electric Bikes, Cargo Bikes, Folding Bikes, Bikes with Trailers, etc.; Visit the Animals in the Barn; Decorate your Bike & Join the Bike Parade; Eat Delicious Popsicles; Learn about Local Bike Planning Efforts; Hang out with People who Love Bikes and More!

FREE ADMISSION: Admission and activities are free. Donations are appreciated and help support community programming and stewardship of Stony Kill Farm. Popsicles and other light refreshments available for purchase (cash preferred).

WHERE TO GO: Stony Kill Farm is located at 79 Farmstead Ln, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590. There are two entrances to the farm, with parking located near each entrance. Most activities will be outside the big red barn near the southern entrance to the farm, and car traffic on the farm lane between the two entrances will be limited. Limited parking will be able near the barn, using the the SOUTH ENTRANCE near the pond. Additional parking is available, using the NORTH ENTRANCE (between the pillars) with parking in the hayfield on your right when you enter the farm. From there, you can walk or BIKE along the farm lane to the festivities near the barn!

WANT TO BIKE FROM BEACON? The Beacon Bicycle Coalition is leading a group ride to the Farm along Red Schoolhouse Road for experienced riders. To join this ride, meet near the Dummy Light in Beacon at 9am on Saturday morning. For ride updates, check the Beacon Bicycle Coalition Instagram Page.

NEED A BIKE FOR THE DAY? PEDEGO HAS FREE RENTALS! Pedego Beacon is offering free e-bike rentals for the day to anyone riding to the event. Just stop by Pedego Beacon (332 Fishkill Ave) and let them know you are headed to Bikes at the Barn!

SHARE YOUR RIDE! A big part of this event is about helping people get excited about bikes and cycling. If you have an interesting or unusual bike or pedaling contraption that you want to show off, bring it along! If you want to, you can even check your ride into our test ride station to let others try it out during the event.

Bikes at the Barn is organized by Stony Kill Foundation and the Beacon Bicycle Coalition and supported in part by the Malcolm Gordon Charitable Fund, administered by the Open Space Institute.