Slow Food Cycle would like to thank everyone who took part in and contributed to this year’s event, including whoever was in charge of the weather.
A few organizations deserve specific recognition for their contribution particularly the Pemberton Valley Supermarket, our main event sponsor. Their financial support allowed us to offer support to the open farms who put so much effort into welcoming the hoards of cyclists.
Sumire Design gave us the best logo ever and Limelight Screenprinting made it pop on purple.
The volunteer Pemberton Search and Rescue are worth their weight in gold, and deserve piles of it.
Thanks as well to Race and Co., the Whistler Blackcomb enviroFund and Horizon Distributors: the volunteers were well-clad, well-fed and under cover.
The Village of Pemberton and Bettina Falloon ran a tight-ship registration area and the Bike Co. made sure everything rolled.
Rona, Sabre and Carney’s helped out with a few essentials.
Biggest gratitude to the open farms, and awed appreciation to the thousands of cyclists who made the journey.