Musical Bike Adventure held in Marion County

Brave bikers headed against a strong Kansas headwind…one of them with his dog at the Flint Hills Counterpoint Musical Bike Adventure on Saturday, April 16.
Dustin Arbuckle and Matt Woods killing it on the Pole Barn Stage at the Flint Hills Counterpoint Musical Bike Adventure on Saturday, April 16.
Bob Delk and Steve Hanneman serenading folks while they perused the Copper Shed at the Flint Hills Counterpoint Musical Bike Adventure on Saturday, April 16.
String Daze charming bikers at Brooker Central Park at the Flint Hills Counterpoint Musical Bike Adventure on Saturday, April 16.
Freight Train Rabbit Killer ventured down from KC to electrify the Woodland Stage graciously provided by Scott Martin with help from Craig Thompson at the Flint Hills Counterpoint Musical Bike Adventure on Saturday, April 16.
Snack volunteers Becki Yoder and Faie Frederickson at Brooker Central Park in Marion at the Flint Hills Counterpoint Musical Bike Adventure on Saturday, April 16.
Bikers…and a dog get a rest at the Copper Shed during the at the Flint Hills Counterpoint Musical Bike Adventure on Saturday, April 16.
Shirley Delk and Cindy Bartell help at the snack table at the Copper Shed at the Flint Hills Counterpoint Musical Bike Adventure on Saturday, April 16.

Bikers, musicians and volunteers had a great time at the Flint Hills Counterpoint’s Musical Bike Adventure on April 16.

Bikers got to explore beautiful Marion County and listen to a variety of musical groups at the stops. Everything from a musical saw to blues to big band to Manouche jazz/world music to American roots was featured, and the musical performances were free and open to everyone.

“It’s not too early to start thinking about next year’s ride. Keep up to date at our events at https://www.flinthillscounterpoint.org/,” said board chair Susan Mayo

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