Ride to Support Natural Conservation
On June 11, 2017, the tour will begin at the Kimberton Fire Company Fairgrounds in Phoenixville and continue throughout the historic Warwick and Hopewell Furnaces near the Hibernia Iron Works.
The ride has 11, 20, 32, 50, 62, 75, and 100 mile options, so it is well-suited for beginner and experienced cyclists. A complimentary lunch is provided after the ride. Register Online by 5 PM on June 8, or before 1,800 riders have registered.
About French and Pickering
Founded in 1967, French and Pickering is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving natural resources in Northern Chester County. By working with local and state government and partnering with landowners, French and Pickering helps preserve endangered land in the area.
To prevent development of land and ultimately the destruction of natural habitats, landowners will entrust their property to French and Pickering. French and Pickering then sanctions the land with protected habitats for wildlife and trails for the public to enjoy. To date, French and Pickering has conserved more than 12,000 acres of land.