Thursday Night Full Moon Ride

From our friend Paul in Fall River.

Spring is here!!!  Only 1 month till Summer! 
I’ve been watching the weather closely.  Because of inclement weather predicted for Friday and Saturday nights I’m going with Thursday night so… 
It’s time again for a Sunset/Moonlight ride.  This time the full moon falls on  Wednesday 5/26/21.  The ride will be held on Thursday 5/27/21 on the East Bay Bike Path.  As moonrise is at 10:02PM we’ll may be done with our ride before the moon makes it’s appearance. 

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The Details:
Date: Thursday 5/27/21. 
Location:  EBBP off Rt 103 near Del’s Lemonade. 
Set you GPS to 65 Child St. Warren R.I.
Time: 
Arrive: 7:15PM 
Departure: 7:30PM promptly 
Sunset: 8:09PM
Moonrise:  10:02PM
Name: Full Flower Moon
Distance is flexible. 

Rain, snow, strong winds, tornado etc. cancels the ride. 

We will ride to Colt’s State Park in Bristol to watch the sunset.  We will then return to the Warren parking lot (approx 10 miles round trip).  We will then ride toward Providence till we decide to turn around. 
Turn around point should be India Point Park unless we decide to turn around sooner. 
That’s around another 20+ miles round trip.

Bikes should have adequate lighting. 
If you have a second headlight as a backup that might come in handy if the first one goes out. 
Bring water, snacks, cameras and anything else you might want or need. 
 
Dress warmly.  You can always take off a layer if you get too warm. 

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