Rides This Weekend

East Bay Bike Path with Providence skyline.

Fall River bike has two rides this weekend.

Mike K of Bike Fall River will be a group on part of the Narragansett Bay Wheelmen famous Chourico ride.
Thursday – September 4, 2014 Meet up at the Bristol Community College far north parking lot (Near Valentine Street) at 5:15pm – ride starts at 5:30pm – the ride is approximately 18 miles and it will be all on-road. There are some hills. This ride is for experienced bike riders who are comfortable with on-road riding. Since the riders will be finishing up around sunset riders need to have reflectors, head lights and rear lights. Make sure to wear a helmet. Bring water. Rain cancels ride.
Ride 2 – Friday night sunset ride – This Friday, September 5th at 6:30pm we will ride the East Bay Bike Path to view the sunset at Colt State Park at 7:15pm. We will meet at the parking lot that is located on the first left after Dels Lemonade in Warren on Route 103.
Make sure to have headlights and rear lights, reflectors, helmet and water. If some don’t have lights attaching flashlight to handle bars is an option…be creative and be seen!!! This ride will be on flat ground. Beginners are welcomed. More experienced cyclists will lead and take up the rear of the group.

Saturday:   The East Bay Bike Path cafe ride.   Leaves Fort Hill in East Providence at 9AM.  Ride to Bristol, have a light breakfast and/or coffee before returning on this flat easy paced 27 mile loop.

                   Option 2 on Saturday:   Meet at Pope Park in New Bedford for the South Coast Bikeway Summer Series ride. An easy 15 mile spin though the city of New Bedford beginning at 10 AM.


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