6th Annual Rock to Rock Earth Day Ride

Explore New Haven By Bicycle!

Join Trailblazer and Denali as we take on the 6th Annual Rock to Rock Earth Day Ride on Saturday, April 26th. All are welcomed to join with rides of 8 miles, 20 miles, 40 miles, and a metric century there is something for everyone.

Photo from Rock to Rock Earth Day Rides Facebook page

Photo from Rock to Rock Earth Day Rides Facebook page

Here’s how it works: We start at West Rock and end at East Rock. No matter which route you choose we all start and end at the same place. Enjoy celebrations at both Rocks, enjoy tasty food along the way, and listen to great music all while helping out local nonprofits. When you participate in Rock to Rock you help grow healthy kids, farmers’ markets, hundreds of community gardens and greenspaces, and a greener city. Register to ride and if you choose collect donations to help out. Rock to Rock has helped grow 17,000 lbs of healthy food, plant hundreds of street trees, and has gotten 10,000 kids outside.

From 8:00 – 10:30 there will be registration, breakfast, entertainment, and the start of each ride at Common Ground High School.

From 1:00 – 3:00 there will be another celebration at East Rock Park including a mini “Green Expo,” music from CT Folk, and outdoor games.

To find out more information or to register please visit the Rock to Rock website. Make sure to say hi to Team Trailblazer / Denali when you see us on the road!

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Amy Parulis

Amy is extremely fond of mountains and mud. She has hiked all of the 4000footers in New Hampshire and stood on the top of a steaming Mt. St. Helens. Between trips to New Hampshire Amy enjoys doing mud runs and GORUCK Challenges. She is a proud finisher of the Peak Races 50 mile ultramarathon. Often found carrying bricks around for the fun of it and daydreaming about one day climbing Mt. Rainier, Amy pays the bills by doing social media and events for Trailblazer and Denali.

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