Pennsylvania is the home of Gettysburg - the site of the bloodiest battle in the American Civil War.
The historic battleground sets a poignant backdrop as Craig's race across America nears its end,
Together with Gettysburg, Craig will ride through large Amish and Mennonite communities in rural part of the state on his way to Maryland - the final stage of the Race Across America.
By the time he reaches Pennsylvania, Craig will have travelled 4,660km (2,896 miles), with only the shortest rest breaks imaginable, across 10 states.
He will have crossed deserts, mountain passes and sprawling great plains, crossing America at race speed on two wheels only.
There's now just one state to go to the finish line: Maryland.
Average June temperature: 15 - 27 degrees Celcius
Population: 12.8 million
Hershey Pennsylvania is considered the Chocolate Capital of the United States.
Drake Well Museum in Titusville is on the site where Edwin L. Drake drilled the world's first oil well in 1859 and launched the modern petroleum industry.
Pittsburgh is famous for manufacturing steel. Its professional football team is named the Pittsburgh Steelers
"Truly inspiring, Craig - we are with you all the way"
- Harcourts Marlborough