Are you a beginner cyclist looking for a great event to join? Look no further than the Big XXXVI Bicycle Tour in Philadelphia, taking place on July 28th. This event is organized by American Bike Ride in partnership with the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia (BCGP), and a portion of the profits will be donated to the BCGP's youth cycling program. The tour is designed to be non-competitive and will take cyclists through some of the most iconic places in Philadelphia, such as Center City, Independence Hall, Penns Landing, Kelly Drive, and Manayunk. The route was carefully planned by Mike Krizauskas from BCP, SCU and the Jersey Shore Cycle Club to coincide with the Blueberry Festival in Hammonton.
The Big XXXVI Bicycle Tour is an ideal event for beginner cyclists who want to explore Philadelphia's iconic landmarks while enjoying a leisurely ride. The event is expected to grow in popularity as more cyclists become aware of it and its accessibility increases. So if you're a beginner cyclist looking for a great event to participate in, don't miss out on the Big XXXVI Bicycle Tour in Philadelphia!.