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The 20th annual STOP, SWAP, AND SAVE bicycle swap meet is the East Coast's Largest Indoor Bicycle SWAP and Consumer Bike Expo. It’s on February 12th, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the Carroll County Agricultural Center in Westminster, MD. Whether you're looking for road, mountain, BMX, tri or vintage, there is something for everyone at the Swap. Admission is still just $5.00 to over 30,000 square feet of great cycling deals. All buildings are heated and breakfast and lunch are available for purchase!!Contact: Robin Culver
The 5th Annual TSR Spring Classic is on April 8 as a fully supported recreational bicycle ride through beautiful Talbot County Maryland with rides of 25 and 50 miles and a Metric Century starting at the Easton Middle School. This ride benefits Talbot Special Riders which provides therapeutic horseback riding programs to children and adults with physical, mental and emotional disabilities. Fundraising is suggested, but not required. Registration is available now on Active.com http://www.active.com/easton-md/cycling/tsr-spring-classic-2017Contact: Vincent Radosta
Scenic Lancaster County. 30 -50+ miles, ride/race, 4300 - 4600 ft of climb. Prizes: Cash, Bike & Bike tools. Can be ridden for your selected charity. Register & Details at: NewHollandBicycleRace.comContact: Race Director
The Tour de Scranton is a non- competitive Bike Event for riders of all ages and abilities. It is an exciting ride through the scenic Lackawanna River Valley and Mountains. Funds raised go directly to helping young people obtain treatment & support for drug and alcohol addictions. Ride 4,15,32,46 or 65 miles on road or a river trail.Contact: William Burke
The Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports (PCAS) is a local nonprofit in Philadelphia and Chester Counties. This nonprofit is looking to have their Benefit Bike Ride posted on your Club site. Sunday, May 7, 2017 (Registration opens at 7:30 am) All routes start and end at the Chester Valley Trail 220 Valley Creek Boulevard, Exton, PA 19341 •www.cincodemayoride.org. •Fees: $40/person; $30 with student ID; Kids under 12 are Free ($10 additional on event day) •Contact: email@example.comContact: Jennifer Koch
We invite people of all ages and biking abilities to join us on a lively, spring bike ride. We offer options for everyone Choose from four different routes ranging from 25 miles to the full century ride. There are multiple rest stops with attendants, along with, sag vehicles. Excellent way to start the spring with a flat and fast century ride. Please visit our web site for more information.Contact: Matt Ritz
24 or 42 mile ride through scenic Bucks County. Several covered bridge and optional Ghost Mountain Challenge. All money raised goes for Pancreatic Cancer Research and Treatment. 3rd Annual Event. Rain or Shine. Quakertown, PA.Contact: Celeste Vaughn
A charity cycling event to raise funds for SHIP (the Student’s Homeless Initiative). SHIP provides relief and support to the hundreds of Frederick County Public School (FCPS) students who are encountering homelessness. This is a 12-hour endurance ride (i.e. “how far can you ride in 12 hours”), with 6-hour and 3-hour options. It will be based on the Mount St. Mary’s University east campus in northern Frederick County.Contact: Duncan Glenday
Four Amazing Upper Bucks County Tinicum Township Rides: Family Classic Tour de Coffee (NEW!), Metric Century Routes online and in print/cue sheets and marked on road Visit http://delawarevalleyfire.com/ for ride into, e-forms/paypal registration. Visit http://www.facebook.com/tourdetinicum/ for updates Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for info, sponsorships, and formsContact: Leo Macdonald
Join Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia for the best bike tour of the year! Pedal through beautiful Lancaster County to support building and repairing homes in partnership with families in need of decent, affordable housing. The Ride for Homes is a fully supported, friendly, and non-competitive four-day bike tour. Each day consists of roughly 50 miles of riding, with an optional bonus loop of 15-20 miles/day for anyone interested. Space is limited! Registration ($100) closes on April 30, 2017.Contact: Sarah Mussoline
All routes start and end in Laurel Delaware. Choose from a 15-mile, 25-mile, 50-mile, Metric or Century route. Completion of the ride is optional. Designated rest stops with restrooms, beverages and light snacks. Dogfish Head Beer and chicken barbeque provided by Abbot’s Grill at the finish party at Janosik Park on the Broad Creek Sag Wagon* support available from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for injured or broken down cyclists. After Party will be located at Janosik Park at the Broad Creek Water. Food, Beer, water and soft drinks will be available.Contact: Laurel Chamber of commerce
This is our 6th annual event located in Laurel Delaware. Choose from a 15-mile, 25-mile, 50-mile, Metric or Century route. Completion of the ride is optional. Registration includes your ride, after party with meal, beer wirstband, t shirt and mug! for more information visit www.broadcreekbikeandbrew.comContact: Nick Spensieri
Take a scenic ride through historic iron forge countryside in northern Chester County, PA. 7 routes from 11 to 100 miles. Benefits preservation of open space.Contact: Janet Baldo
The Factory Ministries, a nonprofit in Paradise PA, is dedicated to helping those who are living in poverty rise above their circumstances. The Run Ride Walk is an annual event to raise funds for our organization. We have a 5k as well as a scenic 25 mile ride and a metric century ride. The event is part of Intercourse Heritage Days at the Intercourse Community Park, so there is plenty to do once you're done with the ride!Contact: Becca Holt
Scenic Lancaster County. 30 -50+miles ride/race, 4300-4600 ft of climb. Prizes:Cash, Bike & Bike Tools. Can be ridden for your selected charity. Register & Details at: NewHollandBicycleRace.comContact: Race Director
ZTrek 2017 is a fully-supported charity bike ride offering 45, 65 and 100 mile routes starting and ending in Somerset, NJ. The ride meanders through miles of beautiful NJ countryside, including the Round Valley Reservoir Recreation Area and Sourland Mountain Preserve. Registration includes a fully-supported ride with up to 5 rest stops on the course, support vehicles and mechanical assistance as well as a tee-shirt, finisher's medal and a finish line lunch and festival. For children 10 and under the event offers a Kids Bike Rally.Contact: James Adkins
Ride starts from Spellbound Brewing in Mount Holly, NJ. Cost $40.00, team cost $35.00 price increase on April 30 and July 17. Riders will choose from 22, 45, 63 and 100 miles. The routes are marked. SAG support. Rest stops at local farms where purchases can be made that will be shipped to the start point. Celebrate at the end with a pint of beer, pizza and water ice. T-shirts to early registrants & 100 mile riders will receive medals. This is a rain or shine event.Contact: Jorge Carmona
Charity 63/50/25/17 miles rides through Upper Bucks and Montgomery Counties. Rides start and end at Indian Crest Middle School in Souderton PA. The 63-mile (3,029 ft. of climb), 50-mile (2,624 ft.) and 25-mile (1,394 ft.) rides have challenging climbs while the 17-mile family ride follows a route with easier rolling hills. Fully supported rest stops and SAG services with hoagies at the end.Contact: Bill Tuszynski
This ride goes around the perimeter of Scenic Lancaster and part of Berks Counties, Pennsylvania IN ONE DAY. The ride distances are 111, 177, 200, 225 miles & 24 hrs with 8900-22000 ft of climb. The event has been going on for over 2 decades plus. A MUST for the serious cyclist. Can be ridden for your selected charity. Register & Details at: TheNightMareTour.comContact: Race Director
Scenic Lancaster County. 30-50+ miles ride/race, 4300-4600 ft of climb. Prizes: Cash, Bike & Bike Tools. Can be ridden for your selected charity. Register & Details at : NewHollandBicycleRace.comContact: Race Director
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