2017 South Coast Alliance Bike Summit Ride

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2014 Summit at Fort Rodman

I will be leading a ride on Thursday, March 23, leaving Staples in Fairhaven at 4:30, to the Summit at Fort Rodman in New Bedford.
It’s a 14.5 mile round trip route traversing both elevated Harbor Walks.  We will ride through the city of New Bedford to Cove road and bike the West Beach Harbor Walk then follow the bike route to Fort Rodman to attend the summit.

After the meeting we will ride the East Beach bike trail to the Harbor Walk on that side before returning to Staples.

***NOTE*** We will be riding after darkness sets in for the return trip.  All the roads are very well lit but bring your lights anyhow.

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A view from the top of the Bikeway. New Bedford, MA

CLICK HERE for the Garmin route.

Once on the web page, if you have a Garmin device  plug your device into your PC and you can load the route directly.  I think you need to have a Connect.Garmin account. It’s easy and free. Once you have an account you can click the “Sent to Device” icon at the upper right of the web page and Wah Lah.  It’s downloaded to your device.  If you don’t want to do that, just follow me on the day of the ride.
All the info is HERE

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One thought on “2017 South Coast Alliance Bike Summit Ride

  1. John, So glad that you agreed to lead the ride to the Summit. Please update the post to reflect the correct date of Thursday, March 23.

    Thanks! Sandy

    On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 8:00 PM, A Midnight Rider wrote:

    > capejohn posted: ” I will be leading a ride on March 26 from Staples in > Fairhaven to the Summit at Fort Rodman in New Bedford. It’s a 14.5 mile > round trip route traversing both elevated Harbor Walks. We will ride > through the city of New Bedford to Cove road and bike the ” >

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