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Overview of the Ride
The Pennsylvania Environment Ride is an exciting ride designed to support the work of the Pennsylvania Environment Councilís Southeast Region. On May 17, 2013, riders will embark on an Amtrak train for Elizabethtown, PA. Upon arrival at Elizabethtown, you will begin a three-day return journey to Philadelphia, featuring the best riding that Pennsylvania has to offer. The route will be fully supported by a volunteer crew who will mark the route, hand out refreshments and good cheer at rest stops, offer sweep services to riders who need a lift, and more. You will enjoy the Amish country of Lancaster County, farm vistas and covered bridges. Nearly the entire route will be on scenic country roads and bike paths, ending in downtown Philadelphia. The ride will feature the regionís great history and bounty, treating you to an unforgettable weekend.

The Pennsylvania Environment Ride supports development of the bicycle trails in southeastern Pennsylvania. This vital network of trails is used extensively for commuting, recreation and sightseeing throughout the region.