Ramada Penticton Announces Bikes and Beers Weekend
Penticton, BC. Locals and tourists alike know that one of the best ways to explore the beauty of Penticton and area is on two wheels. The extensive network of trails throughout the region offers cyclists amazing views of mountains, vineyards and lakes around every bend.
Cyclists also know that after biking throughout this beautiful region, nothing tastes better than a locally-brewed craft beer. This year, the inaugural Ramada Penticton General Manager’s Bikes and Beers weekend will bring the best of these well-loved activities together.
Gordon Ferguson, General Manager of the Ramada Penticton exclaimed, “I am absolutely thrilled to invite the biking community to come and join me for the first annual Ramada Penticton General Manager’s Bikes and Beers Weekend on April 24 & 25!” As a long-term resident of Penticton and avid cyclist himself, Ferguson loves offering two-wheeled tours of Penticton and he loves chatting about the rides and the region over a cold, craft beer.
Participants will make their own way to the Penticton Ramada on Friday, April 24th and start the weekend’s festivities with a welcome reception at the Kettle Valley Station Pub. Ferguson explained, “We’ll have served appetizers and guests can partake in $5 pints of any of our 14 craft beers on tap.” Each participant will get a $20 Kettle Valley Station Pub gift certificate, which they can use to dine on their own on Friday evening.
Ferguson continued, “On Saturday morning we’ll get up, meet in the courtyard and hit the road together for a 60-70km ride around the Penticton area. We’ll end up at Bad Tattoo Brewing in downtown Penticton where we will be treated to a special, private forno pizza buffet and craft beer lunch in the heart of the brewery!” Participants can relax in the outdoor courtyard hot tub back at the Ramada Penticton, hit the town or explore the area on their own on Saturday evening.
This exclusive package is limited to 50 people. It includes a room at the Ramada Penticton for 2-nights, welcome reception appetizers, $20 Kettle Valley Station Pub gift certificate, road support, Bad Tattoo Brewing pizza buffet and the guided bike ride.
Ferguson noted, “The price for participation in this inaugural Bikes and Beers weekend is $169 per person based on double occupancy. All taxes and gratuities are included.” Guests are invited to email Gordon directly at email@example.com or call him at 250.492.8926 for more information and to book this special package.