Friday, March 27, 2015

PEC’s 2015 PA Environment Ride Set For June 6-7, Register Now

The PA Environmental Council’s popular PA Environment Ride will be held June 6-7 running from Lancaster County to Philadelphia.  
Riders have the choice of two routes, a faster, longer 65 mile ride and a slower, shorter 40 mile ride.   Either way, you will enjoy the Amish country of Lancaster County – farm vistas, stream valleys, and covered bridges. Nearly the entire route will be on scenic country roads and bike paths, ending in Philadelphia.
Throughout the weekend your ride will be supported. You will meet new friends along the way, take in stunning scenery and enjoy a fast-paced or leisurely ride as you wish. At midday, we’ll feed you a delicious, locally prepared lunch.  
Both Friday and Saturday evenings, you’ll be welcomed to our hotel by volunteers who will hand you your gear. From there you’ll head to your room and enjoy a night out on the town – dinner on us!  Everyone will eat together in one room and share stories from the road.
Similarly, one-day riders may meet at our Chester County starting point (or pay for a shuttle from a convenient location in Center City) for a light continental breakfast and safety training. Two routes will be offered, a faster, longer one 50 miles in length and a slower, shorter ride 40 miles in length with stops at cultural, historic, and natural sites.
All riders will gather in Fairmount Park with a lovely view of the Schuylkill River for a closing celebration party. Invite your friends, spouses, kids, co-workers, and donors to attend and welcome you as you ride in!
Click Here to register.

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