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Ride approx. 15 mi. on scenic tour through Concord and Carlisle. Meet at 6PM in Concord center (Monument Square) leaving at 6:15 pm. Helmet and bike in good working condition req. Rain cancels. Dinner after ride at local restaurant.
Meet at 6:00 and ready to ride at 6:15 pm at Concord Monument Square. 20 mile loop through western suburbs at intermediate pace (12-15 MPH). Helmet and bike in good working condition required. Rain Cancels. Dinner at local restaurant often follows ride.
Please join us for a stimulating intermediate ride through the towns of Wellesley and Dover starting from Wellesley High School. Plan on arriving at 5:45PM for 6:00PM sharp start time. You will need a helmet, water, spare tube, rear blinkers and an optional front light. Here is the link for the ride http://ridewithgps.com/routes/4736140, so that you can print a cue sheet. Let's plan on having a bite to eat after the ride.
Please join us for a 45-50 mi moderately paced hilly ride starting in Boxborough, through Littleton, Harvard, Ayer, and Groton, with lunch stop at Kimball Fruit Farm in Pepperell. There will be two 2 groups, a brisk ride with an average of 13 MPH. The other group will ride at a more casual pace of 11-12 MPH. Both will be very moderately paced. We'll proceed through Hollis and Nashua, NH, returning by way of Dunstable, Tyngsboro, and Westford before heading back to Boxborough. Expect beautiful scenery, with some steep and challenging climbs. Bring your lunch and water, bike in good working order, helmets req. Rain cancels.
Region: Massachusetts, Boston Area
Registration Required: Yes
Leader: Robyn Maislin email@example.com 978-254-5599 (Before 8pm), Steve Maislin firstname.lastname@example.org 978-254-5599 (Before 8pm), Janine Papesh email@example.com 978-263-2942
A scenic 100km tour of central MA and southern NH. A short cut before lunch shortens ride by five miles and by-passes the biggest hill on the south-side of Monadnock (left side of photo). Lunch is in Jaffery, NH. Pace is moderate/friendly going 13-15 mph on flats. Will regroup at turns. If you are interested, you will need a working bike, spare tire, bike helmet, bright clothes, wind breaker and sun block. Meet at 9:00 AM for a 9:15 start in Templeton off of Route 2. Join the http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amcboston-bike mailing list to be notified if ride is cancelled because of weather.
Join us for an evening ride of 15 miles (10-13 mph, average) through Lexington, Lincoln and Bedford. Meet 5:45PM, ride departs 6:00PM sharp, dinner to follow at local restaurant. Helmet and bike in good condition required. Meet at Minuteman Statue, Lexington Green/Common, intersection Mass. Ave. and Bedford St., Rts. 4/225. No registration necessary. Rain cancels
20-24 mi. Map & cue sheets provided. Helmet and bike in good condition required. Riders should be able to fix a flat and complete the ride in about 1.5 hrs. Rain cancels. Dinner at local restaurant follows ride. Meet at 6:00 for 6:15 start at Lincoln Schools lot by tennis courts on Ballfield Rd off Lincoln Rd, Lincoln, MA 01773. See Meetup Group url for more information, to comment and see comment threads.
All the charm of Lake Champlain Islands in 35-80 flat miles over scenic Vermont pavé roads (read: some unpaved sections), country stores, Adirondack & Green Mountains views, & dips in refreshing lake water. Advanced ride may cross into Canada-bring your passport. Cost of $225 shared room/$375 private room includes 3 days of group rides (intermediate & advanced options available), 2 breakfasts, 2 dinners, 2 nights lodging, & water front property for dips in the lake at Inn at the Isles B&B.
Region: Vermont, Green Mountains
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: Inn at the Isles
Leader: Rami Haddad (E-mail Rami Haddad) 425-922-0454, Joyce Bailey (E-mail Joyce Bailey)
Co-Leader: Emily McPhillips (E-mail Emily McPhillips)
Ride from Marblehead to Nahant and back. Explore some interesting Boston vistas from two peninsular coastal towns with interesting New England history. Lunch stop overlooking rocky shoreline. Ride 30 - 35 miles. Rain cancels.
THIS TRIP IS NOW FULL WITH A WAITLIST (6/21/15).
We are no longer taking registrations.
Join us for a scenic trip to Cape Cod without a car. That's right! We will take the Cape Cod Flyer train from South Station in Boston to Hyannis and then cycle to the Truro hostel for an overnight Saturday stay. On Sunday, we will have time to bike around some more, and enjoy the scene and shops in Provincetown before catching the high speed ferry back to Boston. This trip will require some light touring gear. The approximate cost for transportation and a night at the hostel will be $153 pp. Please note that this trip is limited to 12. Register online at link below. Leaders: Lamar Winters (firstname.lastname@example.org) Julie LePage (email@example.com) Molly Lunn (firstname.lastname@example.org). This trip is also cross-listed with the Boston Chapter's Young Members Committee.
Join us for a 16-mile ride through Carlisle with a brief moment in Chelmsford. Rolling terrain. Ride will be moderate (13-16mph) leaving promptly at 6pm from Kimball Farms parking lot, 343 Bedford Rd
Carlisle, MA 01741. No advance sign-up necessary. Helmet, water, spare tube, and bike in good working order required. Rain cancels, check this website for a cancellation notice. Please arrive by 5:45pm so that you can get your bike ready. We leave promptly at 6pm. Really, we leave at 6pm.
Relaxed (11-13 mph) 15 mile ride in back roads of Lincoln. Maps and/or cue sheets provided. Helmet and bike in good condition required. Meet at 6:00, ride starts at 6:15 at Lincoln Schools Campus, Ballfield Road, parking lot on left. Rain cancels. Dinner at local restaurant follows ride
Meet at 6:00 ready to ride at Concord Monument Square. 20 mile loop through western suburbs at intermediate pace (12-15 MPH). Helmet and bike in good working condition required. Rain Cancels. Dinner at local restaurant often follows ride.
All the mountain views without climbing the mountains: 35/65mi rides over scenic country roads & rolling hills north of notches in NH & VT, with some flats along the Connecticut River. Cost of $175/ppdo includes 2 breakfasts, 1 dinner, 2 nights lodging, and down-to-earth ambiance at Applebrook B&B in Jefferson, NH. Room set-up is good for singles & couples. Private rooms available upon request for extra fee. Varied routes from year to year-join us again. Trip prospectus available at http://bit.ly/BikeWM
Meet at Bedford Library, 7 Mudge Way at 5:45 for a 6:00pm sharp start. Moderate 13-15mph on a 20-22 mile ride through Bedford/Carlisle Group ride. Helmet, bright clothes, and bike in good condition required. Rain cancels. Dinner at local restaurant will follow ride.
Meet at the town buildings parking lot in Wayland at the Southwest corner of the intersection of rtes 20 and 126. (41 Cochituate Rd) at 5:45 for 6:00pm start. 13 mile rolling ride at a moderate pace. Helmet required. Dinner at The Local follows.
Come to Martha's Vineyard for a mid-August break. Two days of biking, beaching and relaxing. Bike 33 miles (Sat.) along mildly hilly back roads and coastal areas with beaches. Sunday is a shorter ride; return home on a sunset ferryboat cruise. Sign up early to confirm your place. Cost of $140 covers hostel lodging, two breakfasts and Saturday dinner.
Region: Massachusetts, Cape Cod
Registration Required: Yes
External Link: Martha's Vineyard Hostel - W. Tisbury
Leader: Ed McManmon (E-mail Ed McManmon) 781-639-4297 (before 9PM)
Co-Leader: Dan Pratt email@example.com 781-933-7833 (Before 9:00 p.m.)
Registrar: Ed McManmon firstname.lastname@example.org 781-639-4297 (Before 9:00 p.m.)
Bike scenic country roads, enjoy beautiful beaches, watch amazing sunsets, practice yoga outside, and stay at luxurious campground with full service kitchen, modern bathrooms, and large multi-purpose room. Must be comfortable riding 12-20 miles per day with hills. $150 includes two nights tent site fee, two breakfasts, Saturday boiled lobster seafood feast and great company! Parking on mainland and ferry extra (no cars). But sag wagon will take tents, sleeping bags, and pads; you just need to bring your clothing. Come join us for "island time." Option to extend until August 27 at just $30 per night, breakfasts included.
Wellesley Wanderer. Tuesday evening series: 12 rolling miles in Newton, Wellesley and Weston. 11-13 mph, helmets and bike in good condition, rain cancels. Meet 5:45 at Charles River Canoe Lot/Duck Feeding area at intersection of Route 128 and Route 30 at Newton/Weston border, ride leaves 6:00p sharp. Leader doesn't fix flats. Dinner after at local restaurant
18 mi. Map & cue sheets provided. Helmet and bike in good condition required. Riders should be able to fix a flat and complete the ride in about 1.5 hrs. Rain cancels. Dinner at local restaurant follows ride. Meet at 5:45 for 6:00 start at Lexington Common, Mass Ave side near Minuteman statue. See Meetup Group url for more information, to comment and see comment threads.