Bikes N’ Burgers

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Mark your calendars for the Real Men Bikes N’ Burger event coming up on Sunday, September 14th. We’ll meet up to go for a great bike ride with a mid-ride stop at the Wood’s Farm for a BBQ before riding back.

This year we’re going to have three starting points! Simply choose the route that is best suited for you:

  • 50KM round trip (starting at Chedoke Golf Course, lower lot)
  • 25 KM roundtrip (starting at Hwy #52/Rail Trail parking lot)
  • 4KM round trip (Starting at Lynden United Church parking lot).

If you’re not a rider, plan on driving and meeting everyone at the farm for the BBQ. Cost is $5 per person.

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2 thoughts on “Bikes N’ Burgers

  1. Who would have thought that an invention of a simple food recipe in the 1900s would change the way the world thinks about food. It does not matter which country you are from or which country have to you gone to, you can always have a burger. It is the most easily and I would personally add that the most reliable food item. It is delicious, it is nutritious and it is easy to make too.

    These attributes have made burger reach into the everyday lives of a million people of the world. When it comes to breakfast, burger is the corner stone of every nourishing and fulfilling breakfast. No matter who you are, where you are from or what you do, you will prefer a burger for breakfast. As to who first invented the recipe of burger is a difficult question. There have been claims in this relation. So, no one can surely say as to who invented the recipe of the world famous burger. But, what can be said for sure is that burgers appeared on the world food scene in the 1900s, so we can safely assume that the world famous recipe of the burger must have been thought of in the 1900s.

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