On Saturday, November 7, join the LandHealth Institute and the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, for the Two Rivers Wild Ride urban bike tour. This city-wide tour will examine the ecology of the grittiest parts of the city while experiencing first-hand the state of bicycle connectivity in Southwest Philadelphia.
The tour will begin at the South Street Bridge, continue south to the Grey's Ferry Crescent trail, then cross over the Schuylkill River to southwest Philadelphia where a long stretch of trail is proposed to connect Bartram's Garden to Ft. Mifflin. The group will then continue back over the Platt Bridge, through FDR park, and north on Columbus Blvd. to contrast the waterfront of the central Delaware. To conclude, the tour will finish at Washington Avenue Green, approximately two miles east of the starting point.
This unique, urban tour through Philadelphia is for confident riders ages 16+ and we encourage you to register in advance. The tour is about 16 miles and refreshments will be served along the way. Come out join us! You can register here