Downingtown

Downingtown, Pennsylvania

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Pennsylvania has only a few biking trails. The Strubel Biking/ Hiking Trail is a nice one. It's short and isn't suitable for fast riding, but it's an excellent place for parents and children to ride together and for children to learn to ride. The trail, which utilizes an abandoned railroad right-of-way, is flat. A single-speed bike will work quite well here. The Brandywine Creek runs beside the trail, and tall trees line most of the route. The road surface is fair.

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"Pennsylvania has only a few biking trails. The Strubel Biking/ Hiking Trail is a nice one. It's short and isn't suitable for fast riding, but it's an excellent place for parents and children to ride together and for children to learn to ride.

The trail, which utilizes an abandoned railroad right-of-way, is flat. A single-speed bike will work quite well here. The Brandywine Creek runs beside the trail, and tall trees line most of the route. The road surface is fair."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Downingtown
Distance: 6.2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Riding Time: .5 hour
Season: Best March to November
Driving Directions: Directions to Downingtown

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9/10/2007
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Only worth it if you want to take kids. No real trails to speak of, just blacktop for 3 miles.



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May 2018