Woo hoo!  There's always so much going on!  Pedalin' Fools loves giving back to the communities we serve. We have shared a few of the rides we support throughout the year on the events calendar below.  Don't see your event, or have a ride or event you would like us to share? Pedalin' Fools adds events weekly, so if you don't see what you're looking for, feel free to shoot us an email to reach out. We would love to share your event here. 


Highlights of what is happening this month:

Rides and Events 

Garrison Trail to Ghost Trail

Sunday October 13th, 10:00 AM

This will be the last in the family ride series for the season. We will be meeting at the William Lloyd Garrison trail parking lot in Amesbury We will ride from there to the downtown Newburyport to enjoy the Harvest Festival taking place. Our return trip will take us across the Route 1 Bridge where we will connect with the Salisbury Marsh Trail and the Ghost Trial. 

This ride will include backstreets of Newburyport and crossing the Route 1 bridge. While I want to encourage families to ride, be aware of these two obstacles for small children. Cyclists who attend should be familiar and comfortable with riding in these situations. 

A reminder email will be sent the week of the ride. 

Andover Farmers' Market

Saturday October 5,12,19 10:00 AM-2:00 PM

Harvest season is in full swing at the Andover Farmers' Market. Pedalin' Fools will be set up through the final market of the season, which takes place on 10/19.   

All in stock helmets and accessories are 10% off when purchased at the market. 

Wicked Ride of the East

Sunday October 27 9:00 AM-4:00 PM

This NEMBA sponsored mountain bike festival has become a must ride, bucket list event for many. Pedalin' Fools will be there offering sales and service. Click on the link for more event details. 

Wicked Ride of the East


91 Main Street 

Plaistow, New Hampshire

Tel: 855.384.FOOL (3665)

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