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For this camp, our impressive coaching lineup are Kathy Zawadzki, a Level 1 USAC coach who worked as a USA Olympic coach and Mark & Kym Faczewski. Mark is also a Level 1 USAC certified coach and Kym is an elite road, cyclocross and pro mountain bike racer! Take a look at our website and let us know what you think. We would love to see some Philly riders here to kickstart their season! Pura Vida,Contact: Tri-Hard Training
This event is located in scenic Lancaster County a short drive from Philadelphia. The event is a 30 or 50+ mile loop. Raw climb of 4300-4600 ft. The event is held three times a year in Apr., July and Oct. with the event increasing in difficulty as the season goes on. Register at our website: NewHollandBicycleRace.comContact: Marketing Dept.
The 26th Annual Ocean to Bay Bike Tour will be on Saturday, April 18 in Bethany Beach, Delaware. Join two thousand cyclists of all skill levels to ride the beaches, bays and beyond. Do not delay; get the best price with early team and individual registration for the 30, 50 and metric century courses. For more information or to register today visit thequietresorts.comContact: Lauren Weaver
Warwick County Park, Knauertown, PA, 22, 32 and 63 mile rides, register online or by mailContact: Boyd Peart
Cycle for Survival is coming to South Jersey for the first time! Join us for a one hour spin class at the Mount Laurel YMCA to raise money for cancer research.Contact: E. Talbot
Character Counts Mid-Shore, Inc. is sponsoring the 7th annual Six Pillars Century cycling fundraiser on Saturday, May 2, 2015 starting from Cambridge, MD. Ride 11, 37, 56 or 100 miles on flat terrain in the vicinity of the very scenic 27,000-acre Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge.Contact: Character Counts Mid-Shore
Don't miss the 3rd annual Cinco de Mayo ride through northern Chester county! Challenging 25 and 50 mile course with good support and rest stops. Enjoy a post ride fiesta including mexican food from Mas Mexicali at the end! This is a fund raiser in support of PCAS which helps riders with physical disabilities get into cycling by providing free access to various recumbent bikes and hand cycles.Contact: Mike Woolley
The Quad County Metric is SCU's premier spring ride, now in its 15th year. It begins at beautiful Green Lane Park in Upper Montgomery County and winds through Berks, Lehigh, and Bucks counties before returning to the park. Road riders can choose from 26, 45, 53, Metric Century 68, and 76 mile routes. The Intensive Climbing Unit (ICU) adds an extra 1200 feet of elevation over 8 miles and is available on both the 45 and 68 mile rides, extending them to 53 and 76 miles respectively.Contact: TBD
Unique event with 18 & 35 mile ride options through wooded, winding scenic countryside in Upper Bucks County PA. 18 mile route is flat and family-friendly. 35 mile route is more challenging and has 2 covered bridges and 2 cat 5 climbs where Strava enthusiasts can try for KOM/QOM status and prizes. Rides end in midst of a regional juried Arts Festival. Free hot dog and raffle prizes. Food, entertainment and wine tasting at Arts Festival.Contact: Tony Cygan
Enjoy an early season century ride through the flat and scenic New Jersey Pinelands. The ride starts and ends at beautiful historic Batsto Village Park where rest room facilities and ample free parking are available. The ride consists of three (3) individual loops : Loop # 1 - 36 miles, Loop # 2 - 29 miles, and Loop # 3 - 35 miles. You can ride 1, 2 or all 3 loops to ride up to 100 miles. Registration opens at 7:30 am. Rides start at 8:00 am. SAG support ends at 5:00 pm.Contact: Michael Krizauskas
Four days of biking on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, based at Washington College in Chestertown, MD, sponsored by Baltimore Bicycling Club. Includes lodging at Washington College, most meals, evening socials. For details and to register, go to: www.baltobikeclub.org and click on the Kent County Spring Fling icon.Contact: Bob Carson
Lebanon County, PA, has hundreds of great bicycling miles. The Volunteers in Medicine Free Health Clinic and Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition are sponsoring a Metric Century and 25 mile ride. Ride descriptions and registration are at www.tourdelebanonvalley.org. A short family Trail ride is offered as well. Visit for the week end and do more Trails or other rides found at www.bikelebanon.org. Use the Metric as your warm up ride for the Perimeter Century on Sunday! Cue sheets available.Contact: Linda Jackson
Delaware Valley Bike Club's fully supported Spring Tour finds the best roads in Delaware County. Travel at your own pace, with family or friends, or make new cycling friends. All ages, all abilities and all types of bikes are welcome. 18, 35, 50, or 65 scenic miles on rolling terrain with some hills. Starts at Ridley Creek State Park in Media.Contact: Mary
Ride For Homes 2015 Habitat Philadelphia's 3rd annual Ride For Homes is hitting the road June 4 to 7, 2015! The Ride For Homes is a four-day benefit bike tour that raises funds and awareness for Habitat Philadelphia. Friendly, fully-supported groups--get ready for the best trip you'll have all year! Total distance is approximately 250 miles, and the atmosphere is friendly, inclusive and non-competitive. Spaces are limited to 40 riders, and they're going fast! Early-Bird Registration DiscountContact: Sally Poliwoda
The Greater Philadelphia TourdeCure® is one of the area’s premier cycling events, gathering everyone from recreational riders to experienced cyclists who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of those affected by diabetes. Set in Bucks and Montgomery counties, the Philly Tour provides five routes,mechanical and safety support, and rest stops stocked with an array of rider friendly food and beverages. Join us as we raise money to help stop diabetes, America's fastest growing disease.Contact: Lauren Hunter
The American Cancer Society’s Third Annual PA Hope Ride bicycling tour will roll through Hershey, Kutztown and onto Philadelphia June 27 & 28, 2015. The PA Hope Ride is a noncompetitive cycling tour to raise money and awareness for American Cancer Society Hope Lodges, other programs and patient services. The Hope Ride is perfect for casual to competitive cyclists with one and two options. Registration fee is minimal and cyclists are asked to set a fund-raising goal. Sign up by visiting pahoperide.org.Contact: MaryAnn Kennedy
Please join us for the 2015 Firefighter 50 Bike Ride in Westminster. We offer fully supported rides of 100/50/30 and a special 30 mile combo dirt and paved road loop called the Dirty 30. Our Lost Valley Century was honored by Active.com as one of the best new Century rides in the US in 2014. all you can eat Firefighter lunch. Door prizes. Cost $30 and you can register day of event at no extra cost. WE promise you a great day of cycling. Please visit our web site www.firefighter50.com for more data. David Yonkoski 410-751-6476Contact: David Yonkoski
5th annual Chocolate Tour Cycling Event in Hershey, PA (10, 25, 35, 50, 75, and 100 miles). Registration is now open! Other events include the Foreman Foundation Chocolate Tour 10K run/race, and the Mike Geltrude Foundation Chocolate Tour 5K and 10K walk. To register, get directions, and for more details, visit http://www.thechocolatetour.com or PennStateHershey.org/melanoma. All funds raised by the 2015 Chocolate Tour support cancer research to find a cure at Penn State Hershey Cancer Institute.Contact: Teah Batdorf, Melanoma and Skin Cancer Center Administrator
Join us at Unionville Vineyard in Ringoes, NJ to celebrate the Inaugural Team NPF Cycle event. Begin among the vineyards and then enjoy the rolling hills of NJ and Pennsylvania, historic bridges and acres of grapes and sites of the countryside. All routes include rest stops every 10-15 miles, SAG vehicles and bike mechanics to make your ride as safe and comfortable as possible. Enjoy lunch, wine tasting and live music as we celebrate you and the accomplishments of Team NPF Cycle. This year, we’re raising $400,000 and we need your help.Contact: Robert Grabel
Delaware Valley Bike Club's fully supported Brandywine Tour meanders through the beautiful Brandywine River Valley, crossing 6 major creeks and traversing much of the area where Revolutionary War troops marched and fought at the Battle of the Brandywine. 26, 50, 65, 80 and 100 Mile Routes on rolling to hilly terrain. Ride starts in West Chester, Pa.Contact: Mary
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