Thank You to Our "Adopt-a-Highway" Volunteers!
We all love riding through the beautiful countryside and the bright, clean neighborhoods of the Lehigh Valley and surrounding area. As a cycling club, we are in a unique position to give back to our community and support these places we love to ride.
To do this, we are participating in PennDOT’s “Adopt a Highway” program. Through this program, we can both serve the community and promote our cycling club!
A team of volunteers has already provided two clean-ups of our designated section. And we so appreciate their time and hard work to clean up the neighborhood and beautify the area.
Our section of road extends two miles east from the intersection of Cetronia and Trexlertown Roads at the new Sheetz store.
In light of our pending name change, PennDot has already placed the Adopt-a-Highway signs with our new club name, Lehigh Valley Cycling Club. Although our name change won’t be official for a couple of months, we are excited to continue supporting this program for a long time to come.
We are looking to clean up our stretch of road every few months and would love additional volunteers to lend a hand. As the old saying goes, many hands make the work light!
We invite you to join us in showing our community spirit by beautifying our neighborhood. Keep an eye out for our signs the next time you ride through – a symbol of our dedication to the communities we love.