Thank you for being part of an amazing weekend of bike travel! Bike Travel Weekend included over 700 trips with more than 5,600 participants in 50 U. S. states, 6 Canadian provinces, and 11 countries! It was a success because of YOU. We also want to give a shout-out to the Bike Travel Weekend volunteers who offered guidance to participants and helped promote Bike Travel Weekend.
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Save the date for next year’s adventure!! We are already looking ahead to June 3 – 5, 2022 for the next Bike Travel Weekend!
Trap Pond State Park in Delaware is surrounded by miles and miles of empty, smoothly paved, flat country roads. My wife and I camp at the park, using it as a base for day rides. At a local bike shop I got a map of roads in the area. We determine a general direction and then just take a rambling ride, turning if a road looks interesting. The small roads are empty of traffic and always a pleasure. The big roads and even highways, have broad shoulders and feel safe, although too straight and loud to be much fun. It's easy to work out a route that will go through a small town where drinks or snacks can be purchased. Trap Pond State Park is a very nice park, mostly RV's but still quiet and there are some "walk-in only" tent sites. The park also offers kayak and canoe rental on weekends and a paddle on the lake to view the cypress groves is nice. This riding is best for skinny tires and road bikes, but of course a gravel or adventure bike would be fine, just slower than preferred on pavement