Weavers Way Co-op is a member-owned, cooperative grocery store with locations in the West Mt. Airy and Chestnut Hill neighborhoods of Philadelphia.  We offer a friendly shopping environment and reasonably priced, quality products that are local, sustainable, organic, fairly traded and healthful.

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Get your ticket to ride!

Join cyclists of all levels on an urban farmland adventure! Check out the Philadelphia farming scene from the seat of your bicycle and see what "local" is in its purest form - right in our own backyards!

All proceeds benefit Weavers Way Community Programs (WWCP), the non-profit arm of the co-op.  Dedicated to educating Philly's youth about farming, healthy eating and community values, WWCP’s mission is to empower children, youth, and families with the values and knowledge to be healthy, strong, andinformed through experiential activities centered on urban agriculture, nutrition, and the cooperative economy.

Tickets are now available online.  Early bird tickets are only $39.99 and available until 9/2.  Regularly priced tickets are $45.

The Urban Farm Bike Ride is a rain or shine event.  All registration fees are non-refundable.

When: Saturday, September 27, from 8:00am to 4:00pm

Where: Kensington, South Philly, West Philly, North Philly, Germantown, Roxborough & Mt. Airy

The ride starts and ends at Philadelphia Brewing Company (2439 Amber Street, 19125) in Kensington.

What to expect: Great rides through Philadelphia’s unique and vibrant neighborhoods; inspiring talks with Philadelphia’s pioneering urban farmers; great beer and pizza at the end of the ride; snacks and water along the route; and your own commemorative t-shirt.

The routes: This year we continue the tradition of two rides, one of shorter length (21-23 miles) visiting farms from Kensington to South Philly, and a longer ride (30-33 miles) that will include farms in West and Northwest Philadelphia.  Check back for details of specific farms as they are confirmed.  (Have a farm you think should be on the tour?  Tell us about it!)

Who will it benefit… besides you? All proceeds benefit the farm education programs at Weavers Way Community Programs.  WWCP operates programs through the Weavers Way CSA Farm at Saul High School, the WWCP Children's Garden at the Weavers Way Farm at Awbury, and the Hope Garden located at Stenton Family Manor, an emergency housing facility for homeless families. 


$39.99 per person before 9/2/14.

$45 per person from 9/2/14 to 9/24/14.

$50 - day of the ride (cash or check only).

What you'll need to bring on the day of the ride:

  • Bike
  • Helmet
  • Water bottle
  • Bagged lunch

 What we’ll provide:

  • Snacks
  • Cooler of water for refilling your bottle
  • Beer & Pizza at the end of the ride


Weavers Way Cooperative

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Digital Innovations

Philadelphia Brewing Company

Fuji Bikes

Tees Delivered

For questions or to volunteer:

To sponsor the ride: jill@weaversway.coop

For questions about the ride or to volunteer to be on the ride crew: chris@chrishillmedia.com 


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