August 24 at 6:00 PM
TUESDAYS ON THE TOWPATH: UTICA RIDE
This year marks the 9th anniversary of the award-winning Tuesdays on the Towpath recreational bike ride series. Where riders experience sites on or around the Erie Canal at an easy pace. The rides are guided and typically include a speaker who will illuminate history, ecology, future plans, and other topics along the route.
On August 24, 2021, the Oneida County History Center will host a ride in the Utica area. The ride will start at Lock 20 in Marcy and ride east to travel along the 1919 Barge Canal. Riders will stop along the way to learn about the canal including the location of “The Cut.” Dug on the Mohawk River in 1730, this was the first artificial channel for navigation created in what would become New York State and it symbolizes the beginning of the Canal Age. This six-mile ride is very flat and will ride out to the Utica Marsh and back.
The ride starts at 6:00 pm, finish by dark, and begins and ends at the same location. All riders who have at least some experience on a bike are welcome. Helmets required. These rides are FREE. Contacting Patrick Reynolds at email@example.com for more information.
Upcoming Programs & Events
The programs below are free and open to all. Advanced registration is required; limited to the first 100 participants
You will receive a link and instruction on how to join the online event after registration is complete.
Oneida County History Center
from the Oneida County History Center