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Links to Casual Biking Programs

 
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Overview

Let Me Know You Are Riding:
If you are planning to do a ride, email me at casualsports@aol.com telling me which ride (date and ride title) and who will be riding. Afterwards, give me some feedback on trail conditions and the ride in general.
Difficulty Scale:
Rides vary in length and difficulty and participants are encouraged to ride at their own pace. While there is an effort to ride as a group, faster riders may move on ahead and slower riders may be left behind. Under these conditions, all participants are responsible for their own safety and should not participate in an activity that exceeds their physical condition or limitations.
Online TOPO Maps:
Most of the TOPO maps have been hand drawn and may not be 100% accurate. Yellow triangles mark the beginning of a ride and the yellow diamond marks the turnaround point for loop rides. Circuit rides do not return via the same trail and will not have a diamond.

Schedule of Other Casual Biking

Biking the Gettysburg Battlefield, Approximately 20-mile loop ride begins from the Visitors Center parking lot and follows the self-guided auto tour. There are some strenuous hill climbs along this route.