Please read and follow BCP COVID-19 Rider Guidelines on all BCP group rides. View Rider Guidelines
BCP is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that promotes bicycling in the greater Philadelphia area.
We offer numerous FREE group recreational rides throughout the year as well as other numerous social and cycling events.
BCP exhibits at community health fairs and fitness expos.
Makes charitable contributions and/or memberships to various bike related organizations that benefit the biking community
May 21st to May 23rd, 2021 (Rain or Shine)
In scenic, Danville, PA
We will be staying in the quaint, historic town of Danville, which lies along the Susquehanna River. Danville is nine miles west of Bloomsburg [university town & site of an LAB cycling rally in 2000], and 16 miles east of charming Lewisburg, home of Bucknell University. Between towns, we cycle along pastoral landscapes and lots of historic covered bridges. This picturesque region of Pennsylvania is well-known for its local cycling teams and annual rides. The terrain is mostly rolling, although steep hills can be found for the challenge-seekers! There are flat roads along both sides of the river.
AIM Academy, Conshohocken, PA - Sunday September 12th, 2021
The 2021 Scenic Schuylkill Century is on for Sunday, September 12, 2021! Riders may choose one of five scenic routes which all run along the same course, ranging from a 21 mile loop into the Philadelphia Art Museum and back, to the full 101-mile Century route. In Montgomery County our routes continue out through Evansburg State Park to Green Lane Reservoir and back.
The 2021 Scenic Schuylkill Century is on for Sunday, September 12, 2021! Registration and volunteer sign-up and will be opening later this month. For now, save the date.
BCP group rides have resumed under the guidlines provided by the BCP CRAMPS (Committee for Riding with an Aggressive Mitigational anti-Pandemic Strategy)
Board of Directors
BCP is looking for members who would like to serve on our Board of Directors, to help BCP at the decision-making and leadership level. The Board of Directors discusses the major issues which affect our club, and makes the administrative and policy decisions which guide our club forward as the largest cycling club in the Greater Philadelphia region. The Board meets once a month, for 10 meetings for year. BCP's Bylaws, which are available on the website, provide additional information on how the Board of Directors functions.
There are several other opportunities to help BCP. Remember BCP is an all volunteer organization. If you would like further information about any of the opportunities listed below, please contact any of BCPs Officers or Board members for additional details.
Wednesday, 6:45 PM
Gustine Rec Center
4868 Ridge Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19129