The PA Environmental Council will hold its 2017 PEC Environment Ride in Southeast PA on June 2 to 4.
On Friday, June 2, three-day riders will gather in Doylestown for safety orientation and lunch prior to riding off to Bethlehem through beautiful (and hilly) northern Bucks County. The overnight will be at the Hyatt Place in the heart of historic downtown Bethlehem with a delicious dinner within walking distance.
After a great night’s rest, the ride along the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers through lovely rolling landscapes to Trenton will kick off at 8:30 a.m.
Saturday night riders will check into the Element Hotel in Ewing NJ and enjoy an elegant dinner at the nearby charming Yardley Inn on the Delaware River.
Sunday, participants will ride 40 miles to Center City Philadelphia, following the path of the Delaware Canal and East Coast Greenway through historic river towns to our closing party at the Fairmount Waterworks overlooking the Schuylkill River.
Sunday’s course is varied, more urban, and relates to PEC’s work in facilitating development of The Circuit Trails and the East Coast Greenway.
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