Want to join us for a bike ride? Interested in new cycles and accessories? Check out of our calendar of events for rides, special events, and vendor weekends where different manufacturers will join us throughout the year to showcase and demo their cycles and brands.
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If you or someone you know has a disability or adaptive needs then you must check out this event! You'll meet experts and learn about various life skills and resources for individuals with disabilities, including: driving programs, employment, hand cycling, orthotics and prosthetics, returning to school, service dogs, adaptive fishing and hunting, and more! Lancaster Recumbent will be on site with a few cycles and attendees can participate in adaptive sports and recreation demonstrations like quad rugby, scuba, sled hockey,…Find out more »
Spend the day enjoying Marietta's historic charm and thriving community. On Saturday, May 11, from 9am to 3pm (rain or shine), Marietta will open it's streets in downtown Marietta for residents and area vendors and artisans to sell flea market bargains, arts, crafts, and delicious food from area restaurants. Be sure to check out the Artisan's Corner and new this year, a pop-up farmer's market. Marietta Day is sponsored by the Marietta Area Business Association. Proceeds benefit Marietta beautification, economic,…Find out more »
Virginia Rose has been birding in a wheelchair for 17 years. During that time, she has not only been able to continue this important passion of hers, but she has collected empowering experiences. Listen to her story of creating Birdability, an initiative to get people with mobile disabilities out into nature through birds. Hawk Mountain has a variety of interactive programs, workshops, and lectures that are ADA-accessible, along with the Silhouette Trail, South Lookout, bathrooms, and Mountain bookstore.Find out more »
Got the Nerve is a sprint triathlon, with a 750 yd. swim in Mt. Gretna Lake, a 16 mi. bike ride on country roads through both Lebanon & Lancaster Counties and a 5K run on a nearby FLAT Rails-to-Trails path. This is a USA Triathlon sanctioned event and is paratriathlon friendly. Got the Nerve is a race for everyone! Participants include beginner and veteran triathletes, disabled athletes, and families young and old. Uniting all of these individuals is a common…Find out more »
The Great Cycle Challenge started in 2015, and after just 4 years, the event has grown to become one of the biggest cycling events in the United States. What is the Great Cycle Challenge, you ask? It is a month long event where people of all ages and abilities from every state across the country set themselves a personal riding goal and challenge themselves to pedal throughout the month of June to fight kids’ cancer. You can participate from any location…Find out more »