We’re a not-so-serious group of cyclers who meet up Thursday evenings @ 6pm rain or shine from May to September to bike, enjoy the beauty of Penns Valley, hang with friends (old and new), and cheers to another great ride. All the while, raising money to support our community.
2023 regular season is over. We’ll announce the May 2024 season kick-off date in the Spring.
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Safety Guidlines and Tips
We’re glad to see so many cyclists in our community joining us each week. But with numbers, comes safety concerns. We’ve seen some unsafe riding and people making sketchy moves – of their own free will or because of someone else’s negligence. Click below to view a complete list of safety tips. But at the very least…
Stay in your lane – especially cresting of hills.
Leave room for other riders and cars to pass safely.
We Ride in Penns Valley
Central Pennsylvanian’s love cycling in Penns Valley. And for good reason. As you pedal across the rolling hills – past Amish farms, through tunnels of outstretched tree branches, and beside babbling creeks – you’ll find the beauty makes even the toughest hill more enjoyable and rewarding.
Penns Valley Pedals and Pints takes you on a different journey each week. Rides always start at 6pm behind the Millheim Fire Department with routes winding through Spring Mills, Coburn, Woodward, Rebersburg, Smulton and/or Madisonburg, avoiding lengthy stretches on Route 45 as much as possible. Usually, a shortened route is marked for those looking for a more leisurely ride.
After each ride returns to Millheim, we meet up again at Elk Creek Cafe + Aleworks or the Elk Creekside tents to celebrate the day to clank glasses and enjoy time with friends.