Here are all the ride routes. The list will be continually updated.
Most of the rides start from various locations to cater to people from different areas.
Check Google Maps if you would like to review the ride.
Country Club Circle
A small loop with a fairly long, moderate climb... and a steep descent.
This route takes you out of town on Rt 153, cuts across to Rt 2023, and comes back. The route is somewhat triangular and pretty hilly.
Tour de Susquehanna
Check out the course of Clearfield's own prestigious Tour.
Mart In Zion
Varied climbs on Clearfield backroads.
Bike to Bilgers
From Clearfield through Curwensville, ending with a nice climb out to Bilger's Rocks near Grampian.
This will give you two chances to climb the mountain, one of them being the race route for the King of the Mountain race in October of each year.
This ride takes you from Clearfield to Dubois on some fine roads with plenty of climbing.
Reservoir Ride Version 2
Similar to version one, except this is a bit longer and has a third big climb in the middle!
A ride out to Grampian and into Dubois, and then back to Clearfield.
The Douglas Supreme
Enjoy the supreme beauty of Douglas Road, one of the area's hidden gems of road cycling.
Climb Turkey Hill and head out to New Millport on some scenic backroads, coming home through Curwensville.
Great roads and connected with even better 729.
Hit the Button
A long, hilly ride on small highways. Hard climbs and fun roads with good scenery.
From Clearfield to Luthersburg or Punsxy, through Amish country.
Travel Routes 153, 453, and 53.
Ride down to Prince Gallitzin State Park.
A long ride with lots of long, hard climbs.
The Bootcamp 100
A long journey through backcountry roads that's close to 100 miles.
Grim Reaper Ride
This ride is so long and hard that I don't even know the route yet. But trust me, it will hurt!
A fun ride on low-traffic dirt roads.
140th to Dubec
A rough ride on mostly dirt roads; fun for mountain bikers.
*All route distances were plotted via GPS and Google Maps and are accurate to the best of my knowledge. Cyclo-computer readings may vary, so review the map to make sure you know where you're going.
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