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Sunday, May 15 brought the 8th year of the Farmer’s Daughter Gravel Grinder bicycle race, a non-competitive event for all levels of experience. Starting at PS21 in Chatham, the race set out on a 65-mile course that covered the terrain mostly on gravel roads and trails and some paved intervals from Chatham to New Lebanon, Canaan, Richmond MA, Austerlitz and back to Chatham. Pictured are the riders on Main Street in the Village of Chatham. The event is named for one of Chatham Brewing’s IPAs. Event organizer Andy Ruiz said that there were about 740 riders from all over the Northeast. He said it went well thanks to all the sponsors and the Chatham community. Beneficiaries of the event included Columbia Land Conservancy, Crellin Park, PS 21, Chatham Fire and Police departments and youth cycling. The event is owned by the Capital Bike Racing Club. Photo by David Lee
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