325 Northampton St., Easton Pa

Pedal Power – Ride Your Bike to the Market!

Our market and many Easton businesses are bike-friendly. Here are some tips for cyclists:

Easton Public Market is a trail-friendly business only a 1/4-mile ride from the D&L Trail. Start your day at your favorite spot along the trail and stop at Easton Public Market, to refuel before heading back home. Check out the D&L’s Trip Planner to help plan your route. Please note: Once you leave the trail you’ll need to dismount, loop back on Route 611 West, then head north on Third Street to reach the market.

Need some air? We’ve got an air pump, bike repair/wash station, and bike rack at our back entrance on Church Street. And an air pump and bike rack at our front entrance on Northampton Street. Inside you’ll find restrooms, a refillable water bottle station and lots of healthy snacks and meal options.

Take in some art as you ride the 1.5-mile Karl Stirner Arts Trail from 13th Street into Downtown Easton. Artist-designed bike racks are available throughout Downtown Easton – remember to bring your own lock.

Visit Trek Bicycle Easton while you’re in town. They’ve got everything you’ll need for your trip back.

Pedal Power Rewards

Not only is bike riding good for the planet and for your health, but it could actually earn you rewards at Easton Public Market. Starting this month, wear or show a helmet at the Highmark Farmstand and get a free piece of fruit (apple or banana).



When visitors stop by Scratch with a helmet, they’ll be able to join the Mug Club free of charge (typically a $150 entrance fee!) Club members receive $1 off drafts at Scratch and the ShawneeCraft Brewing Company Taproom in Shawnee-on-the-Delaware, as well as Shawnee gear and swag. Cyclists just need to provide an email address to sign up for the Scratch newsletter to be entered into the club for the first year. The Mug Club has a $25 annual fee for those who wish to renew.



Cyclists get 10% off any cold-pressed juice, or 15% off any other menu item at Green Vida Co. when they show their helmet.