Rails to Trail  Bicycle Shop

Welcome to Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop
1010 Hershey Road, Elizabethtown, PA 17022

Call (717) 367-7000
for hours

Bicycle rentals are available
$29.99 per day

Fat Tire bike rental at $39.99 per day

Tune Ups

Precision adjustment of brakes and derailleur, topical lubrication and cleaning, sight truing of wheels and safety check.
Parts are extra.

We are located on the Conewago/Lebanon Valley
Rail Trail on
Route 743, Elizabethtown, PA

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Our Mission is to promote community bicycling and pedestrian use of rail trails for health and recreation while fostering a spirit of ownership for improving and maintaining these trails and ensuring "green" spaces for the community to enjoy.

Check Out Our Story on Bicycle Safety on WHTM-27:


Lance Koons, owner of Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop, recently donated a mountain bike to the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail to be auctioned off at the group's annual barrel event. Pictured with Lance are (l to r): John Wengert, president; Jay Green, public relations; Jeff Norton, board member; and Tod Dissinger, treasurer.


Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop is located in Lancaster County near the Elizabethtown/Hershey exit off Highway US-Rt. 283, close to Harrisburg, Lancaster, Hershey and York, PA.

We Repair and Service Most Brands.
 Many Parts and Accessories Are In Stock! 

Comfort Trail Bicycles for the Conewago/Lebanon Valley Rail Trail which spans from             Lancaster County to Lebanon County and also conveniently located near Hershey, PA.

Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop
1010 Hershey Road, Elizabethtown, PA
 Phone: (717)367-7000
E-mail: rails2trail@aol.com

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At the April meeting of the Mount Joy Township Parks and Recreation Board meeting, Lance Koons, owner of Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop, located along the Conewago Rail Trail on Rt. 743 in Elizabethtown, presented a check for a $15,000 donation to be used toward the development of the township's new Old Trolley Line Park, along Beverly Road near Route 743 in Elizabethtown.  Pictured at the presentation are: front row, l to r, Donald Bush (Park and Recreation Board Member), Jayne Duncan (Park and Recreation Board Member), Jeffrey Phillippe (Chairman, Park and Recreation Board), Lance Koons, Richard Fankhauser (Park and Recreation Board Member), and Kaleb Koons, Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop- shop manager. Back row, l to r: Gerald Cole (Chairman, Board of Supervisors), Andrew Brandt (Director of Public Works) and Particia Bailey (Township Secretary).

If you are requesting a donation of equipment, services, or funds, your organization or fundraiser MUST have a direct impact on the Conewago Rail Trail,
the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail, or Old Trolley Line Park.

On Tuesday, July 17, 2012, state leaders including Barry Schoch, PA Secretary of Transportation (10th from left-back), and DCNR Deputy Secretary Cindy Dunn (8th from left-back) and others joined Lance Koons (3rd from left-back) of Rails to Trail Bicycle Shop to celebrate the beauty of the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail by bicycling a stretch of the trail. Topics discussed included environmental and economic impact of local businesses and industries, physical well-being and needs of community members along with future activities and events planned for the rail trail. John Wengert (4th from left-front), president of the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail, led the group on the ride.
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