Nearly 400 Cyclists Bike Along the Brandywine

cyclist Bike the Brandywine with dog in basket
Image via Chadds Ford Live.
A cyclist with her dog.

Nearly 400 cyclists took part in the Brandywine Conservancy’s fifth Bike the Brandywine event on Sept. 17, reports Chadds Ford Live

The participants enjoyed a sunny day along Brandywine Creek Greenway and the Chester County countryside as they rode three scenic loops filled with gorgeous views of rural landscapes, rich history, and farmland, much of it protected and preserved with help from Brandywine Conservancy. 

The event returned after a two-year pandemic-related hiatus. 

“This event continues to be a great way to engage the community in the vital work of the Brandywine Conservancy, all while supporting our mission to protect and preserve open space and clean water resources,” said Stephanie Armpriester, Brandywine’s Director of Conservation and Stewardship. 

Cyclists were able to choose between distances of 25, 45, and 62 miles. Each loop started and ended at the Chadds Ford Historical Society. 

Read more about Bike the Brandywine in Chadds Ford Live

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