Take Your Fork On The Road
By Melissa Wiley in Food on Jul 31, 2014 8:30PM
There's no question this is spectacular biking weather. And there’s no such thing as bad eating weather. After a long hiatus and now under the auspices of Graze, Fork and the Road, everyone's favorite biking food tour, rides again. The 2014 season gets rolling Saturday, and there’s no shortage of options, in terms of terrain and taste.
Expect to bike 10 to 15 miles to stoke your appetite for eats at three to five food purveyors for $50 per person. The complete schedule is as follows:
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Check out chickens from around the world, and then take a tour of Chicago’s residential coops.
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