This Week’s Rides

Tuesday:

Leave Staples at 6:30 PM for a 10 mile round trip route. You will need lights for the return if you stay for the entire concert.  From the YMCA at 6:45. It’s a 1/4 mile walk or bike.
High School Jazz Concert

In what has now become a highlight on the calendar of museum events, the Rotch-Jones-Duff House & Garden Museum hosts a jazz concert by local students, Tuesday, May 15 at 7 p.m. on the grounds of the RJD.

New Bedford area’s premier high school and middle school jazz bands will play on the terrace, under the tent.

Visitors can enjoy a broad range of musical styles — from big band swing to upbeat Latin jazz, as the students showcase their energy, style and musical talent.

The event is free of charge, and will be held in rain or shine. Seating is provided.

If you don’t want to ride, this is still a unique and very good concert.


Wednesday

Buzzards Bay Wednesday Night Casual Ride.

Leave Staples in Fairhaven at 5:40 for a 15 mile ride.

Leave the YMCA at 6 PM in New Bedford for a 9 mile ride.


Saturday

The Cafe Tour
Starting at the Fort Hill parking lot a casual** 27 mile ride along the East Bay Bicycle Path to Bristol for coffee and bagels at Bristol Bagel on Hope Street.

For directions to Fort Hill bike path access search for directions to intersection of Mercer Street and Veterans Memorial Parkway in East Providence through Google Maps or GPS. (1 Mercer St.) Parking is overlooking the river on the West side of the highway.

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