Allentown, PA 18109
All stores closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Please join us and all are welcome to our Sunday morning, 9am Intermediate ride starting and ending at our shop. We will average 16mph and ride for 30 miles. This is a no drop ride and the group will stay together.
This will be a varying terrain loop north of the store. Conversation pace with a few hills.
Please bring your helmet, water and a positive attitude.
All bikes and bodies are welcome to join us on the Performance Great Ride Series!
Pace: Brisk: 15-17mph
Interest: Training: Focused on preparing riders for a specific upcoming event, or to increase speed, endurance and performance in general.
All rides have trained ride leaders and follow the rules of the road..
For more details and to sign up for the ride please visit our page on MeetUp,
Great Ride Series Allentown.
Ironton Railroad Trail
Desciption: The trail consists of a 6-mile loop and 3-mile spur. You can pick up the loop at Hokendauqua Park, this flat, paved section passes through wooded terrain and runs adjacent to Coplay Creek for a short section before turning north toward the town of Coplay, where it runs past the Thomas Iron Works Property. Just after this property the trail is unfinished, and the surface changes to dirt before the paved surface picks up again at Saylor Park in Coplay. The 3-mile spur has a crushed stone surface and offers a historical tour of the area's cement manufacturing heritage, passing through scenic Whitehall Parkway whose ruins of old buildings are sprinkled throughout. The trail ends on Quarry Road at another ample parking lot.
D&L Trail Lehigh Canal Path
Description: This peaceful trail follows the canal and Delaware River for almost its entire length. This trail offers a variety of path surfaces—wide paved asphalt, wide crushed stone and single-track packed dirt.
Description: Trail 1 is the main multiple use loop around the property. It is a 5.1 mile loop of mostly single track, with a lot of twists and turns, also a good amount of ascends and descents. There are multiple technical rocky areas threw out the trail; most of which are marked with signs. Along the way you will encounter some bridges,views, and a tree ride here and there. There are also multiple short cut along the way as well.