Presented by Lehigh Valley Health Network

Activities & Events

Before the race

Visit Easton Farmers’ Market: America’s oldest, continuous, open-air market features fresh, local produce, delicious baked goods, flowers and artisan crafts. Cyclists can use the free bike valet as they shop the market for a delicious breakfast or lunch before the race. (9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays, Scott Park along Larry Holmes Drive,

Explore Easton: Feast on delicious treats throughout the city, shop Easton’s boutiques and antique shops, go on a walk on the Karl Stirner Arts Trail, hike the D&L Trail and explore the history of our riverside city. Plan your day.

Sign up for the Community Ride: Test out the race course before the pros start. Families and individuals are encouraged to register for the free Community Ride. (riders leave from the Start/Finish line on Northampton Street)

During the race

It’s not just bike racing!

Skeggy's Axe Throwing

Skeggy’s has axe throwing and beer on tap in Centre Square.


Sette Luna

Sette Luna is a course side favorite with fresh drinks and meals!


Hot dog stand

Street vendors are out on race day!

For a list of restaurants, check out our Spectator Information page.

Kids Zone


Kids Zone is open 1-4pm

Skate Demo

Skate boarder next to the course


Mesa Activation: Push Ahead and Homebase Skateshop are hosting free “Learn to Skateboard” workshops for kids in the parking lot next to Mesa every hour from 2 to 5 p.m. Stop by and sign up—spots are filling up fast. 

Ollie Competition: Homebase Skateshop is putting up at least $100 in cash to see who can do the longest ollie. Stop by Turn 4 at Sette Luna Corner at 6:45 pm & see how far a skateboard can fly right before the Women’s Pro race begins.