Brandywine Conservancy Holds 2nd Annual Bike the Brandywine

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Grab your helmet, best bro or sis, and head to the Brandywine Valley for the 2nd annual Brandywine Bike Ride hosted by the Brandywine Conservancy.  The leaves have already begun to change color so what better way to enjoy the fall colors than riding through the Chester County countryside.  You’ll not only enjoy a wonderful day in the fresh air of Chester County, Pennsylvania but partake of the scenery and history along the Brandywine Creek.  This event will be hosted during the Brandywine Conservancy and Museum of Art’s (known to locals as the Wyeth Museum because of all the paintings by NC Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, and Jamie Wyeth).  The ride offers three new loops that take in the beautiful Brandywine Valley countryside.  The routes vary in distance from 25, 50, and 100 miles and are appropriate for both the recreational rider as well as more seasoned riders.Whichever loop you choose you will ride through beautiful country vistas.  Not only will you enjoy a wonderful day out but by participating you will help support the clean waters program of the Brandywine Conservancy.  

The date is September 30, 2107.  It begins and ends at the Chadds Ford Historical Society in Chadds Ford, Pa.  More information here.