Upcoming Rides

Saturday

Cafe Tour  10 AM Start

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.

Sunday

Tour De Creme

Registration is closed but everyone is invited to ride. Pay for your own ice cream if your not registered.

On Sunday May 20, 2018, the Mattapoisett Land Trust and the Friends of the Mattapoisett Bike Path will once again host the popular Tour de Crème, a fundraising event combining the SouthCoast’s fabulous cycling with a selection of its best ice cream shops along the route.  Approximately 300 cyclists and 80 volunteers participated in last year’s event.  If you want to see how much fun we had in 2017, check out the pictures on our Facebook page.

Monday

Monday Mornings Highland Ride 

Weekly ride – meetup 7:45AM, Ride starts at 8:00AM – Start from Bristol Community College on Elsbree Street (please park by tennis courts). This will be an approximately 11 mile ride through the beautiful Highland section of Fall River. The ride will take an hour to complete. A perfect start to our week day. Rain cancels our rides…hope to see you there!

Wednesday

Wednesday Night Casual

Something different this time.

5:40 Meet at the YMCA and New Bedford

6 PM Leave Staples in Fairhaven and take the long way to Ned’s Point Light in Mattapoisett.

This is a 22 mile ride from the Y and 14 miles if you start at Staples. Mostly quiet country roads mixed bike path riding.

CLICK HERE for the ridewithgps route.

Friday Morning

Cape Cod Canal. Both Sides Both Bridges around 23 miles round trip. 

Leave the Bourne parking lot at 9 AM.

This bike ride is approximately 25 miles round trip, and the highlight is crossing the bridges. Make sure you have your camera when you walk your bikes across.

The ride starts at the RR bridge in Buzzards Bay, crossed the Bourne Bridge and continues to Mashnee Island where you get a great view of Mass Maritime Academy from the Cape side.

Continue on the Cape side to the power station in Sandwich. If interested it’s a short ride to a small plaza where there are lunch options.

After a light lunch, ride back to the Sagamore Bridge, cross, and ride to Scussett Beach. Following a short visit, continue on the mainland side back to the RR Bridge at Buzzards Bay. There you can answer the question. How many bridges cross the Cape Cod Canal?

 

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