your guide to the ride
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, August 25th
Packet Pick up at Family Bike Chain 11:00am-4:00pm
Family /Community 2 mile Bike Ride- starting from the Courthouse Annex parking lot at 6:00pm (2 mile loop- east on the Pennsy Trail to the new Brandywine Connector, through Brandywine Park and back.)- Led by Family Bike Chain staff, (and possibly Mayor Fewell or Police Bike officer?)
Organic Robot on site printing inside Wooden Bear 6:00-9:0pm
Live Music by Craig Moore- North St. (time tbd)
Evening Packet pickup 6:00-9:00pm- North St.
Corn Hole tournament by Indy Corn Hole – North St. (time tbd)
Penny Lane Photo Bus in Living Alley 6:00-9:00pm
Food for purchase from Tyner Pond Farm in living Alley 6:00-9:00pm
Kids Riding Bikes by Nine13sports in Living Alley 6:00-9:00pm
Possible Kids Bike Helmet give away in Living Alley (Highway Dept.)
Live music on patio at Griggsby Station (time tbd)
Price Fixe dinner option at Griggsby Station
Saturday, August 26th
Same day check in- 7:00am Living Alley
Family bike Chain booth in Living Alley 7:00am-2:00pm
Ride warm up- assault bikes in Living alley 7:00am-8:00am
Rider line up 7:30am North St.
Pre Ride announcements 7:50am
Ride starts 8:00am North St.
AFTER RIDE FESTIVAL ACTIVITIES:
Beer tent in Living Alley 10:00am-2:00pm
Food trucks/tent/grill- Living Alley 10:00am-2:00pm ( Greeks Pizza/breadstick/ Tyner Pond grill/TENTATIVE planning on Samano’s Taco truck again.
Live music by Project 19 in Living Alley 10:00am-2:00pm
Penny Lane Photo Bus in Living Alley 10:00am-2:00pm
Vendors in Living Alley- Family Bike Chain, Greenfield Parks, Pennsy Trails, Hancock County Trails, flat 50 merch table, Organic Robot on site printing inside Wooden Bear- 10:00am-2:00pm
Recovery area- Assault bikes, cyro cuffs, massage station
Parking options in downtown Greenfield are indicated on this map. If you purchased a VIP parking pass, please turn west into the alley directly north of North Street from State Street to find your VIP parking spot.
Also note that NO PARKING is allowed in the lot directly adjacent to Lincoln Square Pancake House, indicated in red.
The Hancock Flat features two rides, a 50 mile ride and a 25 mile ride. Click the maps below to access detailed information for each ride. The routes will also feature road markings that let you know if a right or left turn is coming up. Learn more about these markings below.
The Flat 50 ride features Dan Henry’s, or markings, on the pavement. These markings let riders know about an upcoming direction changes on the ride. Watch out for these while you are riding to stay on course!
SUPPORT & GEAR (SAG) STOPS
The Hancock Flat 50 features a total of four SAG stops. There are two stops for the 25 mile ride and an additional two stops as riders continue on the 50 mile ride. SAG stops are denoted in the maps below.
25 MILE RIDE
50 MILE RIDE
HOTELS AND ACCOMODATIONS
Need a place to stay during your visit?
Our friends at the Fairfield Inn & Suites are offering a special rate for Flat 50 participants!