Thursday, June 7 Bike the Night in Providence
RI Bike Coalition is partnering with PVDFest to host the most festive Bike the Night yet! We’ll be meeting at Burnside Park at 8 PM before departing on a 8 to 10 mile ride through Providence and ending for a party at the The Black Sheep Providence. Providence Art Culture Tourism will be providing some bike decorations, but support the fun by getting you and your bike PVDFest-ready!
Saturday, June 9 Ride the East Bay
This ride is perfect for beginners. Mett up at 8:30 A.M. The ride stars at 9:00 A.M. Meet up location………Route 103 to Warren. At Dell’s Lemonade, take the first left into the parking lot. For beginners it’s an 8 mile ride to Bristol and back. After returning to Warren the more experienced riders can ride to Providence and back making it a 32 mile round trip ride.
Sunday, June 10. Elliot’s Ride. 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. in Newport R.I. at Fort Adams.
It’s a free ride during an all day bicycle event for every age, every skill, everyone. come out and ride along Newort’s scenic ocean coastline. Whether it’s your first time, or your favorite ride, this is the day to celebrate the joy of bike riding together. There is also a walking event if that’s your preference. You do need to register HERE
Monday, June 11. Monday Morning Highland Ride. Weekly ride that meets at 7:45 A.M. Wheels down at 8 A.M at Bristol Community college on Elsbree Street. Park by the tennis courts. The is an 11-15 mile ride through the beautiful Highland section of Fall River. About an hour to complete. Some riders are apt to continue riding to get a few more miles under their belts.
Wednesday, June 13. Wednesday Night Road Ride.
*****NOTE****This is an upgrade for the more advanced riders. We will no longer have two meeting places and the rides will be on quiet country roads.
Meet at Staples in Fairhaven at 5:45 P.M. for a 6 P.M. wheels down start. This week will be around 26 miles through the towns of Fairhaven, Mattapoisett and Rochester. It’s mostly flat but there are a couple of inclines that may slow you down. We will have a lead rider for those who want to hammer as well as a sag rider for those who want to smell the roses.
Sunday June 17, 2018. Westport Ride to Horseneck Beach. Meet at 8:45 A.M. for a 9 A.M. start at the Westport Middle School- 380 County Rd. Westport, MA.
21 miles from the middle school to Horseneck Beach and of course, back. Bring water, snacks, sunscreen, cameras and anything else you may want or need. Helmets are a good choice for this all road ride. This is best suited for intermediate or better, riders.
Thursday, June 21. Longest Day of the Year Ride. Sponsored by Ten Speed Spokes Bike Shop.
Click Here for directions.
Ten Speed Spoke’s Longest Day Ride is our yearly event held to celebrate the start of summer and all things cycling. It features 4 different length arrowed courses. Everything is free! Shirts and helmets are required.
All skill levels and ages of cyclists are invited. To join, please register here.
See the video of one of the past year’s ride HERE