Pedals & Pints
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Ride beautiful penns valley and do good
Centre Bike is happy to support Penns Valley Pedals and Pints and their weekly summer rides. Go to the Millheim Fire Company’s festival grounds, register and pay a small fee, ride a great ride, and the return to the grounds to Enjoy Elk Creek Beer and Food (pre-order food at the registration truck) and camaraderie with your cycling friends. There is a small fee per ride and ALL proceeds support local charities.
Bower Hollow to Apple Butter
One of the PVPP favorites. You’ll be sure to see a buggy or two on this nice, mostly flat, rural route.
Harter Road Loop
Penns Creek ramble with a side of Georges’ Valley
Want to ride to the PVPP ride? Nice, mostly low traffic road route to Millheim. Out-and-back the same way so you can concentrate on enjoying this very cool little corner of Centre County and take in WalkFest or Penns Valley Pedals and Pints
Another option to ride to the PVPP Ride. Roll through Brush Valley and Centre Hall to the little hamlet of Rebersburg, then down through “The Narrows” to Millheim. Make your way back home through Coburn and Spring Mills. Lots of scenery; lots of Amish buggies and scooters! Verified 5/23/2021 by Dana M.
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Get the FREE RideWithGPS (RWGPS) app from the Google Play or Apple App Store. Once you download your ride, you can use it with or WITHOUT cell service to travel Happy Valley.
Please be advised
While these routes are mapped by experienced bicyclists to provide you with routing assistance, use of these routes is at your own risk. Some of these routes traverse bike lanes or other facilities designed specifically for bicyclists, but others include or are exclusively on local streets and highways, or are technical, single-track mountain bike trails. CentreBike does not warrant the safety of bicyclists as they access these roads and trails. Every bicyclist is responsible for his or her personal safety and welfare and for remaining alert and mindful of conditions on the roads or trails.