Bike Routes and Cycling Resources Now Available!

South Central Pennsylvania offers some of the best bike riding to be found anywhere. You can find quiet country roads, unique small towns, important historic sites, vibrant cities, bucolic farmland and amazing scenery.
Bicycle South Central PA has recruited experienced riders who have taken the time to create some enjoyable routes that connect communities throughout the region. Some of these destinations include Harrisburg, the State Capital, Gettysburg, famous for the Civil War Battle that turned the tide of the war, Lancaster, well known for it’s Amish culture, Carlisle, home of the Army Heritage and Education Center, Hanover, the snack food capital of the USA, Hershey, synonymous with chocolate, Lebanon, Chambersburg, York and many more. More routes are being added all the time.

Just click here  or on the Route tab on this homepage for more information.

Love Your Bike? Register It!

Registering your bike can help you recover it if it gets lost or stolen. Many local communities and bicycle companies have their own great bike registration programs, but BSCPA encourages you to also use Bike Index, a free national registration program that tracks missing bikes across the country.

For more information, visit https://bikeindex.org


Pat Krebs Wins BSCPA Award

Chris Shelly presenting the award.

Pat Krebs, founder of the Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition, was awarded the first ever Bicycle Champion Award at the Bicycle South Central PA Bike Summit in Harrisburg on March 18, 2017. Pat, along with her husband Ed, have worked tirelessly with legislators, PennDOT, municipal officials, and other bicycling advocates for many years to make the roads in our region safer for cycling. One of her most recent accomplishments was negotiating to have several through bike lanes installed at various intersections in Lebanon County. Her knowledge of transportation regulations and guidelines, government processes, and her ability to make connections between advocates and the people that can make things happen made her the unanimous choice for this important recognition of dedicated service.

Over 60 people attended the Summit and applauded loudly as Pat received the beautiful custom made wooden plaque. Chris Shelly presented the award.