Across State Bicycle Tours: Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania Sojourn — Presented by Rails to Trails Conservancy, this six-day bicycle tour connects the Montour Trail and the Great Allegheny Passage. Check website for details; registration opens Jan. 10, 2017. More details on the rides at RTC blog Dates: June 18-23, 2017.

C&O Canal/GAP— This is a fully supported bike ride along the canal to Cumberland and then along the GAP rail-to-trail bike path to Pittsburgh. Camping and indoor accommodations. Offered by Adventure Cycling Association. Dates: Sept. 16-23, 2017.

Other Pennsylvania bike tours:

Pedal PA bike tour company offers the River to River Ride in May, Southern Crossing in June and River Ramble in September.

Pennsylvania bike ride calendar at Suburban Cyclists Unlimited in Horsham PA

2017 Bicycling Fall Classic Various routes through the Lehigh Valley in eastern Pennsylvania; presented by Bicycling magazine. Date: October

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  1. Aaron R


    I am considering riding a bike across PA using route 6 from Milford to Erie. Is this a good route to take? I plan on taking six or seven days to complete this trip (about fifty miles per day). I want to try in the late Fall, 2017. I will be taking this trip by car in the next couple of weeks to just check out the terrain and accommodations. I know a good portion of this road but it’s been years since I’ve been on it.

    Is there a better route that would get me across PA?

    Any state restrictions on doing this?

  2. Kelly Burchell


    My company is looking to form a team to ride in a few charity bike rides this summer. The list is pretty small for PA. Does anyone have a list of other upcoming events? Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Thank you,

    Kelly B.

  3. Chris

    Ms 150 keystone ride is a fantastic middle state ride

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