Our premier fundraising event, the Fairfield Fifty had its beginning in 2014. Ellie's Heart decided to start its own fundraising bike ride after the Children's Heart Group did  not host their annual ride. We added a 5K walk to the event to accommodate non riders. New for 2019 is a virtual 5K walk.

We like to say that we have a course for every rider and ability. We even have a family ride option. Distances range from 5K to a 50 mile ride.

Course begins and ends at Riverfront Park in Loyalsock Township. 


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Course Descriptions:

25 mile Route:

Begin at Riverfront park. West along the bike path, turn on to the Maynard Street Bridge, 654 W through Nesbitt, Turn right on to River Road, Loop to Johnson's Farm (TURN around Point) West Village Road back to 654E, on to the South Williamsport Bike Path, across the Market Street Bridge, return to bike path, back to Riverfront Park. (locations of Aid stations will be given at time of the event.)

50 mile Route: East along bike path, slight left uphill onto Canfield Lane, East on Canfield Lane, slight right on to bike path at top of hill, take Broad Street past Montoursville Cemetery (Broad Street becomes Lycoming Mall Drive) Designated Rest Area at Fairfield Ford on Lycoming Mall Drive. Continue on Lycoming Mall Drive, continue on John Brady Drive  to Muncy and North Main Street; go left on East Water Street to State Route 405 to Hughesville; take State Route 220 to Picture Rocks; take a left on State Route 864 through Huntersville to State Route 87; take a right on State Route 87 and a left onto State Route 973 to Blooming Grove Road; take a left onto Blooming Grove Road to Market Street; Turn left on to W. Third Street, Continue on W. Third Street for 1.4 miles and turn Rt on to pedestrian bridge over I-180, ride across RR tracks and turn left onto Commerce Park Drive, East on Commerce Park Dr, cross RR tracks and turn right onto Bike path, continue on bike path and straight on to Greevy Road. End at Riverfront Park.

The 5K bike ride will be entirely along the bike path, the 5K walk will be around Canfield Island. The walk begins promptly at 10:30 AM.