LEBANON VALLEY BICYCLE COALITION is a 501c-3 organization founded in  2008 to make the Lebanon Valley region of Pennsylvania, a better, safer place to bicycle. We work with elected officials and municipal, county and state governments to make certain that new road projects or redesigns consider the needs of bicyclists. We want cyclists to have the necessary skills to be able to bicycle for their transportation, recreation and health. We offer bike rides because we enjoy cycling together. Volunteering will give us more momentum! 

Join LVBC as we strive for a safer, more convenient, and less stressed bicycle transportation network in the Lebanon Valley and region. You are joining an advocacy community who cares about bicyclists of all ages, skills and incomes. The 2017 membership dues is any contribution that you are willing to provide.  You can join by PayPal which allows for use of a credit card or you can pay by check.  Go to "Contribute" at the Menu Bar to access the form or pay on line through PayPal.  Your contribution is tax deductible. 



BMUFL installed on Walton Avenue, Derry Township 

Bicycling on Walton Avenue near the intersection with Hersheypark Drive requires guts and skills.  There are right turn lanes to reach eateries, lodgings and other businesses.  During the tourism season, conditions worsen.    Bikes May Use Full Lane signs were installed.   We learned about these newly installed signs from a restaurant employee.   He lives in Hummelstown and bikes to and from work on Walton Avenue to save money.  He now feels more confident in taking the lane as the signs confirm his right to do so.




“Life is like a bicycle, you must keep moving.” Albert Einstein


"Same Roads - Same Rights - Same Rules" -












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