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Links to Casual Biking Programs

|| Home Page || Calendar for Casual Biking Along the C&O Canal || Schedule of Other Casual Biking ||

Biking Links

About Casual Sports:
I've decided to grow this site into a place where anyone who enjoys getting out for a bike ride, for a hike, or for a trip in a canoe (kayakers are welcome) can find one of these things to do everyday of the weekend. From time to time, my wife and I will be there to lead the activity or maybe someone (you) will offer to be  the leader; but most of the time you should plan to do the hike, ride, or trip by yourself so I encourage you to bring a friend or two or three. Everyone is welcome to participate. Other than occasional entrance fees for some of the parks, there are no fees for participation in these activities.

Have a great day!
-- Thomas Day, President
-- Events Magazines, Inc.

Bike Clubs in Metropolitan Washington:
|| Potomac Pedaler's Touring Club, Inc.  ||
|| Potomac Velo Club  ||
|| Reston Bike Club ||
Ski Club of Washington Biking ||

MD Bike Trails:
    Western Maryland Rail Trail
        23-mile trail near Hancock, MD
MD Bike Rental & Shuttle, Cumberland:
      Mountainside Bike Tours
      Grouseland Tours
MD Bike Rental, Hancock:
        C&O Bicycle, 9 S. Pennsylvania Ave
MD Biking Packages:
      Western Maryland Adventures

PA Bike Trails:
Allegheny Highlands Trail:
        Runs from Cumberland to Pittsburgh
    The Montour Trail:
        Allegheny and Washington Counties, PA
    Youghiogheny River Trail:
Along the Yough River in PA

DCNR Rails to Trails:
PA Bike Rental & Shuttle, Clearville:
      Mountainside Bike Tours
      Grouseland Tours

WV Bike Rental & Shuttle, Harpers Ferry:
        River Riders

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy:
Rails-to-trails Conservancy is a non-profit organization working to create a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines.