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Two If By Sea Ride

Written by Boston Biker on Jul 23

MassBike is putting on this fun little ride, should be good for all ages.

MassBike Spins – Boston Ride Series: Two If By Sea Ride

Saturday, July 26, 10am from Paul Revere Landing Park in Charlestown.

Follow the East Coast Greenway route north through Charlestown, Everett, and Malden, then cut east to Revere Beach and ride south along the beach through Winthrop to Deer Island. The ride will return through East Boston, Chelsea, and Everett, with the traditional lunch stop at Constitution Beach and more bikepaths in East Boston and Chelsea.

The ride will be about 30 miles long, with every type of riding environment you can encounter in metropolitan Boston, from wide busy streets to quiet seashore paths. Helmets are required, and hybrid bikes are recommended due to bad street surfaces. A map and cue sheet will be posted on http://www.masspaths.org soon.


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