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Philly to Schwenksville

May 25 - May 26

A celebration of Philadelphia's beautiful trails, this ride will travel from the Museum of Art along scenic waterways to a summer camp in Montgomery County.

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Beautiful route

About 38 miles a day, almost entirely on car-free multi-use trails.

Cabins or Camping

Choose a cabin with bathrooms and showers or tent camp under the stars.


Including snacks when you arrive at camp, a hearty dinner, breakfast, and coffee.

Ride support

Gear transport, ride leaders & mechanics and turn-by-turn directions.


Fun in the pool or lake, basketball and pickleball courts, fire pit, and lakeside porch.

Sliding Scale

Pay according to your available resources, keeping Bikeout broadly accessible.


  • An amazing journey

    Attendees can expect a unique trip at Bikeout 2024: Philly to Schwenksville. More than 150 riders will follow the Schuylkill River Trail from the heart of Philadelphia to the Perkiomen Trail in Montgomery County. Part of the Circuit Trails network, our ~38-mile route parallels old canal ways and historic railroad tracks, with plenty of scenic waterside views and greenery.

    Relax & ride

    At Bikeout, all you need to do is ride! We’ll carry your gear to camp and will provide snacks when you arrive. Rolling mechanics will be on the trails to help you out if you need it -- we’ve got you!

A summer camp celebration

At Camp Kweebec, we'll enjoy everything summer camp has to offer — swimming, games, relaxing by the lake, and a hearty meal. Riders will enjoy great brews, stargazing, and a campfire before tucking in for the night in a cozy cabin (with bathrooms and showers!) or in a tent of your own under the stars.

Eat & drink with friends

Enjoy an afternoon snack and communal dinner prepared by the staff of Camp Kweebec, breaking bread with new and old friends in a traditional summer camp dining hall. Breakfast and coffee will be ready for you in the morning before heading out for your ride back to town.

This is a digital trip guide for someone interested in exploring a curated Bikeout experience as a self-guided trip on their own. Our Guide provides you with a map of points of interest, turn-by-turn directions, accommodation recommendations, a sample itinerary, exclusive partner discounts and other resources so that you'll spend less time planning and more time focusing on having a great time on your bike!




This ride starts near the Art Museum in downtown Philadelphia, following the Schuylkill River Trail through the canal paths of Manayunk, and past Norristown and Conshohocken. There's a quick break for lunch at Valley Forge National Historical Park, the half-way point, before continuing north on the Perkiomen Trail to Schwenksville, where we’ll ride a short distance on-road to our destination, Camp Kweebec. We'll return using the same route the next day.

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What's included

What this digital guide includes

Bag transport
Group leads & mechanics
EMT & support vehicle
Two drink tickets
Breakfast & coffee (Sunday)
Training tips & packing list
Welcome snack
Event app with turn by turn navigation
Option to camp
Option for cabin with bed, bathroom and showers
Pool or lake swimming with lifeguards
Summer camp fun and games
Hearty camp dinner (Saturday)
A bike and helmet
Lunch and additional snacks (both days)
Camping gear, for those that chose to tent camp

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Philly has some of the best routes in the country, including the Schuylkill River Trail and the D&L Trail.

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Philly to Schwenksville
May 25 - May 26