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The Bicycle Coalition’s Explore the Circuit series is a slate of walks and rides that showcase our region’s amazing Circuit Trails system. We’ll bring you to parts of the Circuit that you’ve maybe never seen before, and give you a first look at new construction to get you excited about what this network will grow to be.

If you’re already a Bicycle Coalition member, you can RSVP for and attend as many of these rides as you want. If you’re not a member, join today and access to the ride series is all yours!


Add these dates to your spring & summer (& even fall) calendars, and follow our communications for more details about meetup times, routes, etc. Registration for all events will open soon.

Saturday, March 21st – Dinosaur Trail walk

Saturday, April 18th – Cobbs Creek Trail ride to celebrate the Circuit’s Opening Day of Trails. While the other rides are members-only, this one is a community ride, which means it is free and open to anyone.

Saturday, May 16th – Elephant Swamp Trail ride

Sunday, June 14th – Bikes N Boats! We’ll ride on the Baxter Trail then paddle at Glen Foerd on the Delaware in partnership with Riverfront North

Saturday, August 15th – Bikes N Tubing! Location TBD, but know that we’ll be riding on a trail then floating down a river somewhere in the region

Saturday, September 12th – Bikes N Boats #2! We’ll ride then paddle to Petty Island in partnership with UrbanTrekkers

Saturday, October 24th – Delaware River Heritage Trail ride

Want to get early access to ride registration? Sign up to be a Champion Circle member! For less than a monthly gym membership, you can support expansion of the region’s trail network, and make the spaces you recreate and commute via bike safer.

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