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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As an added bonus, one lucky rider that completes this survey will win a $30 gift certificate to CycloSource, Adventure Cycling Association's online store!
Save the date for next year’s adventure!! We are already looking ahead to June 3 – 5, 2022 for the next Bike Travel Weekend!
The ride is a 1 way 225 mile trip from New Hope, PA to State College, PA. The first day has gentle hills and will be ridden on mostly secluded road and the D & L rail trail (Gravel). Staying overnight in Lehighton PA. The 2nd day will have two distinct parts - the 1st half will be hilly on back roads through Pennsylvania anthracite coal country on roads with small shoulders. The 2nd half of the day will be on gently rolling hills riding single lane roads or roads that have sizable shoulders through Central Pennsylvania farm country. Day two will end in Lewisburg PA. Day three will be ridden on Pennsylvania Bike Routes V and then G to get to State College PA. The ride will be through PA forests and Central PA farm country. It also includes at least 30 miles of Central PA Amish farmland. The final day includes one 10 mile hill with the remainder being rolling farmland.