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Calling all riders in or near Chester county, Pennsylvania! Join us for some fun (and safe) rides on Pennsylvania's beautiful roads. All makes/ models/ experience levels are welcome! We keep it easy going and fun and your ride suggestions are welcome!
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Upcoming events (2)

Coffee at St Peters Bakery followed by a ride

Saint Peters Bakery

Meet at St Peters Bakery ready to ride. Grab some coffee and breakfast then ride through Chester County. No route planned but will prob try to hit one of my favorite roads, Plow Road. Meet at 10am. KSU at 11am

Freemansburg Hill Climb & Cookout

2082 Kally Ridge Rd

If you've never been, you must go - at least once. The Freemansburg Hill Climb (FHC) is notorious for nitros infused bikes for testosterone injected men (and women) who like speed and exhilaration. Assuming the FHC is not cancelled due to COVID-19 (the July event was), we will meet at the climb located at 2248 Riverside Drive, Bethlehem, PA 18015. Doors open at 9am (gate fee, cash only $20). FHC starts at noon. Rodney and I will meet everyone at the FHC in front of the main hill, near the front Press Pass area. Tracy will have her Silver Sage Magazine t-shirt on. Rodney, well, Rod’s tall so look for his bald head and beard ;-) Whatever time you arrive or however long you stay – or not at all, we’re still hosting a simple barbecue back at our house at 3:00 pm, limited to 23 guests due to COVID restrictions. We live 10 minutes from the climb. Address posted is for our home, not the FHC. FHC is located at 2248 Riverside Dr, Bethlehem PA. Parking at the FHC is in a grass field so if your bike needs a kickstand coaster, BYO. http://www.freemansburg-hill-climb.com/ for more information. Easiest route, Turnpike to Quakertown or 202/476 to 78 to 412. However, if you want a more scenic route, Rodney suggests 100 North to 29 to 663 to 412. Ride is approximately 90 minutes each way. Everyone can ride back together after the barbecue if you choose. We hope to see everyone on the 27th of September!!

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