Sunday, August 26, 2007

Commerce Bank Bike Philly Update

With two weeks before the big event Bike Philly has reached 1400 pre-registered participants, the cost has increased to $45 which is still less expensive than the $60 day of registration fee.

The 35 and 50 Mile routes have been finalized with a rest stops in Narberth Park and teh Spring Mill SEPTA Station on the Schuylkill River Trail. Highlights on the longer shared road routes include the the village within the city of Shawmont and Main St. Manayunk on the 50 mile loop and the Barnes Foundation and small town USA Narberth on both routes.

For updates and information such as parking, lodging and bike rental go to the Bike Philly Blog.


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