We have three Explore the Circuit rides coming this spring! The Bicycle Coalition’s Explore the Circuit series will showcase the growing Circuit Trails network throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region. Beginning in April we will ride in Camden County followed with a ride in Chester and Burlington counties.
We’ll bring you to parts of the Circuit Trails that may be new to you and give you a first look at the newly constructed segments. Additionally, we ride along trails that require support through local advocacy to bring those connections between existing trails. For the first three rides of the season, we will bring riders to all newly constructed trails that we can’t wait to explore with our members.
Below are the event details for each ride. If you’re already a Bicycle Coalition member, you can RSVP for and attend as many of these rides as you want at no cost. If you’re not a member, join today and your membership dues will get you access to this ride series as well and many more exciting benefits! Contact email@example.com if you have any additional questions regarding membership.
- Saturday, April 23 at 10 AM – Cramer Hill Waterfront Park Trail & Celebrate Trails Day at Eclipse Brewery!
- We will explore the long-awaited Cramer Hill Waterfront Park along the Delaware River Heritage Trail (DRHT) in Camden County: Formally the Harrison Avenue Landfill, the recently opened park offers views of the Delaware and Cooper Rivers and the center city skyline. The 62-acre park brings new connections to the Camden Greenways, East Coast Greenway and the Benjamin Franklin Bridge. In addition to our Explore the Circuit ride, we are partnering with Rails-to-Trails Conservancy’s Celebrate Trails Event at Eclipse Brewery along the Merchantville Trail.
- Saturday, May 7 at 10 AM – Schuylkill River Trail: Cromby to Route 422 Bridge Crossing
- We will explore the newly constructed connection along the Schuylkill River Trail (SRT) in Chester County: This extension also known as Phase II of the County’s SRT is a four-mile paved extension that will take the trail from Linfield Road at Parker Ford, to the bridge crossing of the Schuylkill River at the Montgomery County border. Phase II also includes the construction of a new trailhead parking lot at Linfield Road and the resurfacing and paving of the County’s existing 5.75 mile section of the Trail.
- Saturday, June 4 at 9 AM – Rancocas Creek Greenway Trail
- We will explore the Rancocas Creek Greenway Trail in Burlington County: The trail will connect Amico Island in Delran to Pennington Park in Delanco linking two of the county’s most popular parks.
Upon RSVP for the ride events, you will receive a Ride w/ GPS link for route details, event details and any updates leading up the event. The routes are between 10 to 20 miles round trip and are doable for all ages and abilities. For further information, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to riding with you!