The Blyth Rutabaga Festival is partnering with the G2G Rail Trail Association for a fundraising bike ride.
After a twenty year absence, the Rutabaga Festival is returning to the North Huron town Saturday.
A "Rutabaga Ride" is organized, for festival goers to visit the event by accessing the G2G trail.
G2G Association Chair Doug Cerson says those who register for the Rutabaga Ride will get a festival t-shirt, a crest for riding the trail, and a lunch from Cowbell Brewing Company, in Blyth.
Cerson says all funds raised through the Rutabaga Ride will benefit the G2G Rail Trail Association, and efforts to fully connect the 127 kilometre trail.