Princeton Partners

Please see below for a list of Princeton businesses supporting the NYC-to-PHL Greenway Ride! Let's show them some love May 14-15.

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Kopp's Cycle Shop

Kopp's Cycle Shop (38 Spring Street) was established in 1891 by E.C. Kopp and is the oldest continually running bicycle shop in America - the second oldest in the world! We're dedicated to serving the Princeton community, as we have for many years. Stop by for any of your riding needs while in Princeton!

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Palmer Square

Nestled in the heart of downtown Princeton, Palmer Square is an open-air lifestyle center offering the best selection of beauty, apparel, gifts, and home goods. Guests enjoy a variety of dining options in their renowned restaurants, cafes, and artisanal shops, all centered around the historic Nassau Inn hotel. On Saturday, May 14, from 6-8 PM catch Some Assembly Required – and their eclectic mix of cover music spanning all generations and genres - on the grassy area in front of the Nassau Inn.

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Terhune Orchards

Terhune Orchards is a family, owned and operated 200-acre farm in Princeton. The Mount Family is the 10th generation of farmers in central New Jersey and have been at our current location for over 40 years providing fresh fruits and vegetables as well as a community destination. Terhune Orchards will provide food for NYC-to-PHL Riders on Sunday, May 15.

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Whole Earth Center

For over 50 years, Whole Earth has been a gathering place for environmental activists, organic farmers, and fans of real food. A full-service natural foods grocery, Whole Earth features a 100% organic produce department, vegetarian deli, and whole grain bakery, as well as environmentally-friendly household products and cruelty-free natural health and beauty. Our mission is to help shape local response to regional and national environmental issues - from establishing local pesticide-free lawn care initiatives to raising awareness about critical issues related to food labeling guidelines and organic standards.And we encourage bicycling by giving a discount to cyclists who shop at our store and organizing a town-wide bike reward program each May that is now in its 17th year.

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Thank you to the Princeton-Mercer Convention & Visitors Bureau for the suggestions for things to do in the area:

Together, let's grow the Greenway

Recent record-setting funding for design and construction goes directly to building the East Coast Greenway - as it should. The East Coast Greenway Alliance needs your support to continue our advocacy work that is fueling completion of the Greenway. The Alliance has a sustained track record of turning every dollar donated to our nonprofit into $100 in public infrastructure investment. Invest today and support the growth of the East Coast Greenway from Maine to Florida.