Friday, May 1, 2015 / by Martin Millner
Drive through Bucks County and most likely you experience the beauty of rolling hills, fields, covered bridges, trees, and beautiful homes. Just imagine how much more you could experience if you explored Bucks County on your bike.
May is National Bike Month, which makes it an even better excuse to explore our region on our local trails and back roads. You may find covered bridges you never knew existed, dirt roads that might be fun to explore, and scenery that you never knew we had in our region. Just be sure, whenever you ride, that you observe some basic safety rules:
1. Be sure to observe all traffic signals and signs.
2. Wear a helmet – and don’t wear headphones.
3. Always ride with the flow of traffic.
Some of the trails in our area that can be great for both biking and hiking are found in Doylestown, Newtown Township, and Langhorne. If you are interested in biking to explore our amazing communities and surroundings, give one or more of these trails a try!
Peace Valley Nature Center, located in Doylestown, has 14 miles of nature trails. Bikes are only permitted on blacktop trails.
Tyler State Park, located in Newtown, offers hiking, biking and equestrian trails. For biking enthusiasts, there are over 10 miles of biking trails, and all biking trails are paved for an easy riding experience.
Core Creek Park, located in Langhorne, provides several miles of biking, walking and hiking trails. The park surrounds Lake Luxembourg.
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