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Dave Pryor from SSCXWCPhilly13 , Mark Elsassar, Ed Bush and Walt XXX of BPTA, with Philadelphia Parks and Rec's XXX.

SSCXWCPhilly13 gives back a year after the historical event.

A ridiculously large check and a hand-up

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on December 10, 2014

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Advocacy, Cyclocross, Mountain, News:

Last year at this time Philly hosted the Singlespeed Cyclocross World Championships (SSCXWCPhilly13) at Belmont Plateau. This past weekend Belmont Plateau Trails Alliance (BPTA) celebrated… Read More ›

Philly Pumptrack is Open!

Philly Pumptrack is Open!

on May 13, 2014

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Philly Pumptrack held its first “Pump Jam,” marking the grand opening of the track to the public. Check out our photo gallery to get a glimpse.

Philly Pumptrack receives $10,000 donation

Philly Pumptrack receives $10,000 donation

on November 22, 2013

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Family, News, Urban, Youth:

At last night’s Parkside Association of Philadelphia community meeting, Philly Pumptrack received a $10,000 check from Monster Energy Drinks and Brown’s ShopRite. “This gets us closer to putting kids and families on bikes,” commented Heidi Grunwald, Project Coordinator.

© Pat Engleman 2013

Love your Park Day at Belmont Plateau

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on November 18, 2013

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Over 40 volunteers joined the Belmont Plateau Trails Alliance for Love Your Park day. They helped prepare the course for the Single Speed Cyclocross World Championships in December.

Trails Don’t Build Themselves

Trails Don’t Build Themselves

Cresheim Trail Workday

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on October 29, 2013

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The Cresheim Trail is a proposed 8-mile trail that starts in Philadelphia and continues into Montgomery County, connecting the Wissahickon trails to Fort Washington State Park and the Wissahickon Green Ribbon Trail. The first part of that trail is the natural surface loop where I had a chance to join the trail-building crew in September and October.