West Chester Single Scoop

CYCLE PHILADELPHIA, ROAD RIDE, WEST CHESTER SINGLE SCOOP The West Chester Single Scoop bike ride starts in downtown West Chester and brings you through some of the surrounding suburbs. The roads are beautiful, and once you leave West Chester the traffic is generally mild. You are also certain to see plenty of other cyclists along the way. You’ll start off on Darlington Street by West Chester Scoops and take Gay and New streets out of the center of town. There are plenty of cyclists in this area, but the streets are narrow and not all of the stops are four-way (many a time has a driver with the right of way honked at me in West Chester!). Take your time leaving the center of town. Soon enough you’ll find yourself on the residential roads of Sconnelltown, Barnhill, and St. Finnegan. These roads are very quiet, and they sneak up on you quickly. Be sure to keep an eye out for the next turn as you bike ride through this neighborhood. The bike ride picks up speed on Creek Road, becoming more scenic as well. Creek Road is an excellent road for bicycles, you’re sure to enjoy it! Next comes the intersection around Bridge Road/ Route 842, which can be confusing the first time. Be sure to follow the signs closely, and you’ll be on your way towards Wawaset. You’ll continue along these beautiful, rural roads for the next few miles. The terrain will be quite varied here. Expansive landscapes with red barns, horses and green pastures provide an idyllic picture postcard backdrop. The two miles on Lucky Hill Road is very enjoyable, and you’ll be able to relax for a bit on your bike without having to worry about the next turn coming your way! After Miner, the turn for Price Street sneaks up. Take note: It’s a very hard right, the sign is small. If you miss Price, you’ll cross Bradford Avenue. Price will bring you back into West Chester (again, use caution while heading into town). You’ll arrive back at WC Scoops on Darlington Road ready for a scoop! FOOD AND DRINK Most of the food and drink options for this ride are in downtown West Chester, though there are one or two outposts along the way. Be sure to save some room for ice cream at West Chester Scoops! ACCESS If driving, head west on Route 202 from Philadelphia. Buses 92, 104, and 306 will bring you to West Chester.
Ride type:
Sightseeing
Mountain biking
Road riding
Commuter
Kid friendly
Rail Trail
Difficulty: Intermediate (Red)
Ride Duration: <1 hr
Fitness Level: Medium
Terrain:
Shared Bike Path - Paved
Shared Bike Path - Dirt
On-Road Bike Lane
On-Road
Off-Road - Fire Trail
Off-Road - Rail Trail
Off-Road - Single Track
Off-Road - Downhill
Trail Signage: Good
Estimated Distance (Kms): 23.17
Services:
Water
Food
First Aid
Toilets
Bike hire facilities
Carparking
Bike servicing
Accessible by bike
Accessible by car
Accessible by public transport
Accessible by shuttle / uber
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