Covered Bridges Ride: One Week Left for Pre-Reg Pricing
Register now for CBBC's annual Covered Bridges Ride on Sunday, October 19, 2014. Choose from the family-friendly 20- and 30-mile rides (best suited for wider tires) or challenge yourself on a hilly ride of 33, 50 or 63 miles. Visit up to six historic covered bridges while enjoying the fall foliage of beautiful Bucks County. Pricing goes up after Sept. 28; register now and save!
For more info browse the "Covered Bridges" menu at top of page, or click here to go to our registration information page.
Calling All Volunteers for Covered Bridges!
VOLUNTEER BY SEPT. 28 TO RECEIVE A FREE COMMEMORATIVE LONG-SLEEVE T-SHIRT!
Don’t miss out on the best time of the year: Volunteer at our own spectacular CBBC Covered Bridges Ride! It's on Sunday, October 19 and we need YOU now. The sooner you sign up, the better we are able to provide an exceptional experience for all (including you!). Here’s how:
1) Click this link to go to our Volunteer Website.*
2) Browse the available slots and click desired Sign Up check box(es). In addition to other roles, we hope you'll also please also sign up for "Will Provide Baked Goods." We need scads of the homemade treats we're known for!
Come Ride With Us!
Central Bucks Bicycle Club offers some of the best and most scenic recreational riding around. Come out and discover the joy of traversing miles of picturesque and quiet back roads together with the terrific people who form our club.
Regular cycling activities include dozens of evening and weekend bicycle rides for riders of all levels year-round, and in the summer, special club rides and tailgate rides—all-category rides with a picnic at the end.
Why should you join the Central Bucks Bicycle Club? The reasons abound! First, you'll be amazed by the scenic and lightly-traveled back roads of Bucks County, PA (as well as nearby Hunterdon County, NJ), and the ride leaders who know their way around the best of these roads.
Donate Your Cycling Gear
Ever wonder what to do with those old bikes, wheels, pedals, saddles, and other miscellaneous bike parts accumulating in your basement or garage? Donate them to worthy causes! There are a number of local organizations that can use them and, as qualifying 501(c)3 nonprofits, can even give you receipts for tax-deductible donations. Here are a few of our favorites:
- nonprofit educational organization in Philadelphia