I Bike Camden Ride Attracts 100+ People

by | June 16, 2021 | Biking the Region, News | 0 comments

Mechan 11: The Collector. Across the street is Cramer Hill Park, a former landfill that will be open to the public in September.

Nearly 100 people participated in this year’s I Bike Camden Ride. The route covered eight miles through the city to visit A New View Camden, an innovative, six-month-long exhibition featuring six, one-of-a-kind public art projects placed on former illegal dumping sites.

The ride is an annual event and part of the Camden’s Connect The Lots Initiative.

The Bicycle Coalition assists Camden Community Partnership with route planning and with the help of our volunteers lead and mechanical support for the ride. 

To help make the ride accessible for everyone, the YMCA of Burlington and Camden Counties offers loaner bicycles for free.

A New View Camden will be on display until October. If you want to ride it yourself, the map and cue sheet for this year’s I Bike Camden ride are available here.

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