$20.00

Bi-Weekly, Thurs., June 23 – Sept. 15, 2022 at 6:00 PM

Registration is $20 per ride.

Members can receive $5 off one ride – email outreach@eriecanalmuseum.org to get your coupon code.

Note: We are unable to offer refunds for event reservations or donations. Please be sure you can attend prior to contributing. All event reservations/ticket sales/donations are final, unless the Museum cancels the event.

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Experience Erie Canal history by bike, then enjoy a pint in this statewide summer series along New York’s Canals! On Thursday nights throughout the summer an hour long guided bike tour will take guests along the new Empire State Trail while also highlighting that regions’ unique Canal history. Following the tour, join your fellow cyclists and brewery founders for a complimentary drink at our participating brewery. Participate for one night at your favorite local spot or try to complete the entire statewide circuit. Please register in advance to participate. Registration is $20 per ride. Members can receive $5 off one ride – email outreach@eriecanalmuseum.org to get your coupon code.

August 11 (DATE CHANGED) – Syracuse/Onondaga Lake – Meier’s Creek Inner Harbor | Join the Erie Canal Museum for this hourlong cycling tour around Syracuse’s Inner Harbor and Onondaga Lake looking at the Lake’s canal history. The ride begins and ends at Meier’s Creek Brewing’s Inner Harbor location, where you will be treated to a beer as part of your ride.

August 18 – Utica – Bagg’s Square Brewing Company | Join the Oneida County Historical Center and the Erie Canal Museum for this hourlong cycling tour around Utica looking at the city’s Erie Canal and brewing history, as you ride along the historic Mohawk River. The ride begins and ends at Bagg’s Square Brewing Company, where you will be treated to a beer as part of your ride as well as a brief history of the brewery itself.

September 1 – Downtown Syracuse – Talking Cursive Brewing Company | Join the Erie Canal Museum and Talking Cursive Brewing Company for this hour long cycling tour through Syracuse looking at the its unique brewing and Canal history, including Greenway’s Brewing, which once occupied the same site as Talking Cursive today! The ride begins at the Erie Canal Museum and ends at Talking Cursive, right down the street, where you will be treated to a beer as part of your ride as well as a brief history of the brewery itself.

September 15 – Seneca Falls – Fall Street Brewing Seneca Falls | Join the Seneca Falls Museum of Waterways and Industry and the Erie Canal Museum for this hour long cycling tour around Seneca Falls looking at the its unique Canal history! The ride begins at the Seneca Falls Museum of Waterways and Industry and ends at Fall Street Brewing, right down the street, where you will be treated to a beer as part of your ride as well as a brief history of the brewery itself.

PREVIOUS RIDES

June 23 – Albany – C.H. Evans Brewing Company- SOLD OUT | Join the Historic Albany Foundation, Discover Albany, the Albany Ale Project, and the Erie Canal Museum for this hourlong cycling tour through Albany looking at the city’s Erie Canal and brewing history. See sites like the location of the enormous John Taylor and Sons Brewery and Lock #1 on the Old Erie. The ride begins and ends at C.H. Evans Brewing Company, where you will be treated to a beer as part of your ride as well as a brief history of the brewery itself.

July 7 – Port Byron/Weedsport – Lunkenheimer Craft Brewing Company- SOLD OUT | Join the Canal Society of New York, the Cayuga Museum of History and Art, and the Erie Canal Museum for this hourlong cycling tour of the historic Erie Canal in Cayuga County. This ride will take visitors through a number of interesting historic canal destinations, including the locks at Port Byron! The ride begins and ends at Lunkenheimer Craft Brewing, where you will be treated to a beer as part of your ride.

July 28 (DATE CHANGED) – Schenectady – Druthers Brewing Company- SOLD OUT | Join the Schenectady County Historical Society and the Erie Canal Museum for this hourlong cycling tour through Schenectady looking at the city’s Erie Canal and brewing history, as you ride along the historic Mohawk River. The ride begins and ends at Druthers Brewing Company, where you will be treated to a beer as part of your ride.