NBW Ride Starting In New Bedford

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I’ll be on tour for the next week so there will be no local ride info posted here. I will however be posting photos and stories of our bike ride from Pittsburgh to Washington DC beginning on Sunday night.

The Narragansett Bay Wheelmen’s Sunday ride will start in New Bedford this week. It’s a great chance for some of our local “challenge” riders to do a group ride. There is a place for everyone regardless of your level of riding.

The usual Saturday morning Cafe Ride is another easy ride to build up those “challenge” miles. Either or both are open to everyone.

Saturday 05/30/15 – NBW Cafe Ride (weather permitting)
East Bay Bike Path – from Fort Hill to Bristol Bagel and back (27 miles)
Leaves Fort Hill Parking Lot at 9:00 AM
Contact John Nery for more details

Sunday 05/31/15 – NBW #062 Joe Medeiros Ride
17, 25, 47 & 63 mile rides
Starts in New Bedford, MA

Towns & Villages we travel through on Sunday
New Bedford – Dartmouth – Freetown – Assonet – Berkley – Lakeville – Rochester – Acushnet

Some of the landmarks we pass by
New Bedford Airport – Turner Pond – Cobra Helicopter – S.E. Mass Bioreserve – Freetown State Park – Profile Rock – Assonet River – Taunton River – Berkley Nursery Blueberry Farm (pick your own) – Berkley Town Common – Myricks International Airport – Assawompsett Pond – Quittacas Pond – Snipatuit Pond – Long Plain Museum – Country Whip Ice Cream (sadly closed due to fire) – The New Bedford Dump

Start:
10:00 am Regular Start
Start from the commuter parking on Mount Pleasant St in New Bedford, MA
Take Route I-195 East to Route 140 North, Get off at Kings Highway Exit, Turn right onto Kings Highway, then turn right again onto Mount Pleasant St, the parking lot will be on your right just after the entrance to Route 140 South
The GPS address of 1055 Mount Pleasant St is across the street from the parking lot

Here is the map. nbw062-joemedeiros

GPS Files – RideWithGps format (free to use)

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