Our area boasts a multitude of opportunities to experience greatly maintained single track, gravel and dirt roads. Whether you're a beginner or experienced rider, there's a ride for you.
Join us for regular weekly rides and monthly picnic rides on flat roads (okay, not many), moderate hills, and challenging climbs. We have it all on the best roads Southwestern PA has to offer.
Casual, comfortable riding on bike trails converted from old rail lines. An excellent choice for any cyclist who prefers not to bike on the road.
LHORBA RIDE AND EVENT DISCLAIMER
Our goal is to make every ride as enjoyable and safe as possible. However, we cannot guarantee anybody’s safety. We rely on all riders to use proper riding techniques and if you are unsure of proper etiquette or proper technique please ask.
Please be aware of the following:
- Helmets are required
- If you choose to listen to music during rides we request you only use the headset in the right ear and keep the headset out of the left ear. Communication is essential during all rides and having the ability to hear is a part of your responsibility to others.
- Please also ride within your limitations.
- It is everybody’s responsibility to follow all traffic laws for road or any land manager rules and regulations for MTB or Rails to Trails.
WE SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY ACCIDENT OR INJURY THAT OCCURS ON OUR RIDE. EVERY PERSON IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN SAFETY AND THE SAFETY OF OTHERS AROUND THEM.
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Support the Cause
Support the “My Bike” program
Our goal is to raise enough money each year for an adaptive bicycle for a special needs child in our area, in conjunction with Variety – the Children’s Charity “My Bike” program. The cost per bicycle is $1800. LHORBA’s first donation in December 2015 went to a young girl from Northern Cambria.
To cover costs for tools, fuel, signage, materials for bridges and drainage, and most importantly to match money requirements for grants received to construct trail projects, such as the Quemahoning Reservoir mountain bike trails.