About the Ride

The Harpoon Point to Point presented by National Life Group is a charity cycling event created in 2002 to raise funds and awareness for the Vermont Foodbank’s mission to end the growing problem of hunger in Vermont. The Harpoon Point to Point bike ride is an event established through a partnership between the Harpoon Brewery, the Point Radio Network, the Vermont Foodbank and National Life Group! To date, we’ve raised over $1,100,685!

Whether choosing to tackle a 25, 50 or 100 mile road ride or 20 mile mountain bike ride, all riders will find a beautiful and well supported course. The post ride party at The Harpoon Brewery in Windsor is top notch with hot showers, live music a delicious BBQ and fresh beer, straight from the source! Family and friends are welcome. The ride also makes for a great cycling vacation. Help a neighbor in need, and have fun doing it!


All Riders receive:

  • Fully supported ride 
  • 2016 Harpoon Point to Point T-shirt
  • Goodie bag and lots of fun with our partners
  • Post ride party at the Harpoon Brewery in Windsor with hot showers and live music!
  • 2016 Commemorative Pint Glass
  • 3 beer tickets for Harpoon and UFO Beers
  • BBQ lunch


Rider Info Packet

Coming soon!


Bib Assignments

New check-in process: All pre-registered riders have been assigned a bib number which you can view online or on the bib # board on site. In order to expedite the bib pickup process, please look up your bib number prior to picking up your bib. Please check back soon for 2016 Bib Assignments!


Pre-Ride Pasta Party and Packet Pick-up

Save time ride day and pick up your packet at the Harpoon Brewery on Friday, August 12th from 5:30-7:30pm. Stick around for a pasta dinner and visit with your fellow cyclists. Tickets can be purchased when you register for your ride. If you have already registered but would like to purchase tickets to the Pasta Party, please email hp2p@harpoon.com.


Hunger in Vermont

The Vermont FoodbankThousands of our neighbors struggle to meet their food needs. Each year the Vermont Foodbank and their network of 270 food shelves, meals sites, senior centers, shelters, and after school programs, serve as many as 86,000 Vermonters in need of emergency food assistance.

Learn more about the Vermont Foodbank.