Named after local plumber and cycling enthusiast, the Pat Stratton Ride is a road cycling tour—56 or 28 miles—featuring some of the most stunning scenery and terrain in the northern Adirondacks. It's also known for the world famous fresh baked pies available to all at the finish line BBQ hosted at Saranac Lake's village owned ski area, Mt. Pisgah. But here's what it's really about. The kids. Your registration supports a wide variety of youth programs, including an annual bicycle rodeo, free helmet distribution and fitting, school back-pack program, support for foster children, summer camp scholarships, and much, much more... Register at https://www.bikereg.com/pat-stratton-ride.