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It’s time to return to Hagood Mill! Join the Greenville Spinners for a ride to the historic Hagood Mill in Pickens County on Saturday, April 16, 2022. If you have never
It’s time to return to Hagood Mill!
Join the Greenville Spinners for a ride to the historic Hagood Mill in Pickens County on Saturday, April 16, 2022. If you have never done this ride you are in for a treat! The 50-mile ride will start from the George I. Theisen YMCA in Travelers Rest at 9:00 a.m. The route goes from Travelers Rest to Easley and then continues to Pickens via the Doodle Trail.
There will be a 50-mile route with approximately 3,487 feet of elevation. Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/38645218
- Lunch provided by Whole Lotta Salads
- Rest Stop at Hagood Mill
- Admission to Hagood Mill
- SAG Support
- Ride Cue Sheet
The rest stop will be at Hagood Mill where you can enjoy snacks and beverages, use the bike rack while you use the restrooms and take in all the festivities at the Mill. Entrance fee to the events at Hagood Mill is included in your registration.
April 16 is the Third Saturday featuring an Old Time Jam Weekend with Pretty Little Goats as the headliner who will be there to unveil their new album. See the Historic Hagood Mill in action. The old mill produces stone ground grits, corn meal, flour and specialty items available for purchase. In addition, see living history demonstrators and an artisan craft market.
Check out the Hagood Mill Website for more information: https://www.hagoodmillhistoricsite.com/upcoming-events#OLDTIMEJAM
After your rest stop break, head back to the YMCA to enjoy a post-ride lunch provided by Whole Lotta Salads from 12:00 – 2:00 pm.
Proceeds from this ride will help support Hagood Mill Historic Site.
The mill is the centerpiece of the Hagood Mill Historic Site & Folklife Center, which also includes historic cabins, a blacksmith shop, a moonshine still, and a cotton gin. The site also includes the South Carolina Petroglyph Site, which preserves significant Native American rock carvings, and the 64-foot (20 m) steel Prater’s Creek Bridge, built by the Greenville Steel and Foundry Company in 1930 and brought to the site in 2007.
(Saturday) 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
George I. Theisen Family YMCA
100 Inspirational Way