Cycling for a better community.
Cycle Bucks County is a non competitive, organized fund raising bike ride presented for the benefit of local groups and organization. The 2013 event is raising funds for the Doylestown Hospital Heart Institute, and local chapters of the national Girls on the Run organization.
Cycle Bucks County is open to all levels of cyclists, from beginner to serious. Participants can choose from three routes ranging in length from 10 to 60 miles, winding through the scenic roadways of Bucks County Pennsylvania. Rest stops and SAG support are provided on all routes.
The Cycle Bucks County 2012 event included:
Four different routes through beautiful Bucks County: 10, 25, 50, or 60 miles.
- Additional kids activities include a fun ride, big wheel race and arts & crafts.
- Family events throughout the day including, vendors, local organizations and more.
- A variety of food options will be available.
- A raffle with many great prizes including the chance to win a new Fuji bicycle.
The Cycle Bucks County event held at the New Hope-Solebury High School in New Hope, PA (180 W. Bridge Street).
Cycle Bucks County is a one-day charity bicycle tour designed to raise funds and community awareness for two Bucks County organizations, whose missions are focused on furthering education and opportunity for all.