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2017 Local and Regional Events

37th Annual Princeton Bicycling Event August 5th, 2017

It was a great Event! If you missed it, resolve now to attend next year.

37th annual Covered Bridges Bicycle Ride  October 15, 2017

Sponsored by the Central Bucks Bicycle Club. The ride will be held rain or shine and will start and finish at Tinicum Park, 974 River Road, Erwinnna, PA.

Cyclists can choose from among five rides: flat, family-friendly 20 and 30 mile rides (suitable for wider-tire bikes) and challenging, hilly 33, 50 or 63 mile rides (road bikes recommended). The ride features the gorgeous fall colors, scenic roads and historic bridges of Upper Bucks County. Rides are marked and fully supported. Well-stocked rest stops offer snacks, baked goods, and fresh fruit. Enjoy our hearty Grand Finale lunch at the end.

This year we have created a discount code for the CBR 2017 for regional bike club members.  Please include the code FRIENDSOF2017CBR during online registration at to receive a $5.00 discount.  This code cannot be used for mail-in registration or day-of registration.

More details and registration information can be found at

The 2017 Tour de Trenton October 21st

This will be a cycling exploration of Trenton’s religious institutions and places of worship. The ride will be approximately 13 miles with an escort by the Trenton Police Department. T-shirt is included in the ride fee for the first 100 riders.

We start this ‘Holy Roll’ at 9am from the Trent House - 15 Market St. Trenton, NJ  

Bring your bike, helmet, a water bottle and an open mind.

Register Online at:


Special thanks to our sponsors:

D&R Greenway Land Trust

Lawrence Hopewell Trail

The Circuit Trails

William Penn Foundation

The Trent House Museum

's annual Fall Foliage Weekend 
in scenic, historic Hanover/Gettysburg, PA
October 27-29, 2017


Complete package:

2 nights at the Hampton Inn & Holiday Inn Express of Hanover,

Ride packets with a wide array of cue sheets & maps,

Schedule of group rides with Leaders, Cycling around Gettysburg Battlefield,

Friday & Saturday dinners, Saturday & Sunday breakfasts,

Cycling snacks and sandwiches to take along with you on rides,

Post-ride therapeutic massages on Saturday afternoon,

Parties, snacks, SAG, road markings, live music & more. 

Plenty of sightseeing and local attractions for non-cyclist family members, also
Details & registration are available on BCP's website (right side of home page), at:
For any questions, please contact Linda McGrane, at:
267-251-7862, or