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Please join us for a rerun of our June rally ride in and around the Concord/Sudbury area. We will plan on leaving Verrill Farm in Concord at 10:00 for a 30 mile cruise at an intermediate pace. All cyclists must come prepared with a spare tube, helmet, water and snacks for the ride. Plan on bringing a change of clothes and having lunch at the farm after the ride. In the event of nasty weather consult the trip listing on outdoors.org for a cancelation status. Parking: please don't park in the main lot in front of the store. Use the right side of Wheeler road so we don't interrupt business. Please RSVP so we have an idea of how many folks plan to attend.
(Intermediate) Follow the Leader Ride. Approx. 20 miles some hills, starting andending at farm pond in Sherborn. Must have helmet, water, good bike,ability to keep the 13-15 mph pace. Faster riders are welcome. Bring tools, optional swim gear, snacks/money. Current plan is to meet in Sherborn at 9:15 AM for a 9:30 start. Check listing here for updates. CLs Welcome. Email Carla for directions, registration. Rain cancels. Print the appropriate one page of this form before arriving. http://www.outdoors.org/pdf/upload/volreleaseDoubleSided.pdf
Easy Fall ride through Essex County around salt marches overlooking Plum Island Sound & Ipswich Bay. Coastal views from Great Neck & Little Neck. Stops at Russell's Orchard, Crane Estate, & Crane Beach. Easy pace. Some hills. Rain cancels.
Please join us for a lovely 38 mile moderately paced late summer/autumn ride in and around Little Compton RI. A little known historical fact. The Rhode Island Red is a breed of chicken originally bred in Adamsville, a small village that is part of Little Compton. Little Compton is the only place in the United States with a monument dedicated to a chicken (really it's true!). We will visit a couple of beaches and get plenty of ocean views. Feel free to bring your lunch or purchase something in Little Compton. You must have a bike in good working order, spare tube and of course helmets are required. After the ride we are going to have something to eat at Evelyns in Tiverton for some great seafood. This ride is limited to 24 people. Please review this ride link: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/2834210
Please join us Columbus Day Weekend for what has to be the most enchanting time to visit Martha's Vineyard without the summer crowds. We will be staying at the Hostel and have two full days to enjoy cycling around the island at an intermediate pace up to 35 miles/day. The cost is $195 pp incl 3 nights lodging 3 dinners, 3 breakfasts, and 3 Happy Hour snacks. This is a small group trip and is limited to 18 souls. Arrive on Friday afternoon at your leisure for a light evening supper.
Join us for 25-50 mile led road rides over scenic, hilly country roads on both sides of the scenic Taconic Range along NY-Mass border (10-13 mph easy pace, but intermediate hilly terrain). Enjoy the beauty and color of New England's showiest season! $198-$228 per person includes 3 nights lodging in a relaxing country home, 3 breakfasts, 2 happy hours & dinners Saturday & Sunday (meals fit for a foodie!). Please register with Aldo.
Please join us for a 45 mile ride through the farms, fields and cranberry bogs of Middleborough starting at 11:00 AM. Middleborough was once called the "shoe capital of the world". It is still home to the Alden Shoe Company, one of the last remaining shoe manufacturers in America. Middleborough has since become the cranberry capital of the world, hosting the corporate headquarters of Ocean Spray Cranberries. Registration is required and is limited to 24 participants. You must be able to maintain a 12 to 14 MPH pace for what is pretty much flat terrain. Please make sure you have a spare tube, helmet and layers to keep warm. You will also want to pack a lunch or buy something at A.D. Makepeace farm when we stop for lunch. Ride with GPS link: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3538611