Cycling in Philadelphia
Rides in Philadelphia
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Restaurants and Café
SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority)
Ben Franklin Bridge
Tacony Palmyra Bridge
Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (Trenton and farther north)
Getting Around Philadelphia
Philadelphia is located between New York City and Washington DC, in the state of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the sixth-most populous city in the United States.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania came out on top of the list of best US city to travel to in the year of 2016 thanks to its rich history, beautiful architectures, unique attractions, expanding food and drink scene, and roster of events for the year. Philadelphia is vibrant modern city offering a wealth of waterways, museums, abundant food offerings, and so much more. The city is famous for its Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. Remember to check it when you come to Philly.
And the best ways to explore them all is on bikes. Philadelphia is quickly becoming one of the most bike-friendly big cities in the country with dedicated bike lanes on city streets, hundreds of miles of trails and a growing number of bicycle commuters. In fact, Philadelphia has more than 435 miles of bike lanes. With the April 2015 launch of Indego, the city’s first bike-sharing program, Philadelphia’s love of cycling is going to grow fast. Riders have plenty of scenic trails to enjoy, including the gorgeous 26-mile Schuylkill River Trail along the waterfront, and there is even a boardwalk that lets you ride over the Schuylkill River. Of the ten biggest cities in the nation, Philadelphia has the largest number of bicycle commuters per capita.
Philadelphia is waiting for your next ride. Let’s explore the city with your best bicycle.