Cycle Martha’s Vineyard is a recreational ride on the scenic island of Martha’s Vineyard. The 100k route circuits the island traveling along the Atlantic Ocean, Nantucket Sound, rolling farmland and State Forest. The 50k route also offers breathtaking views of Nantucket Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. All roads are paved.
Cycle Martha’s Vineyard is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Martha’s Vineyard with proceeds to benefit Rotary charities.
There is a $100 registration fee. Although additional donations are appreciated, no additional fundraising is required to participate in the ride. The registration fee entitles each rider to aid stations and assistance along the course, tshirt and post-ride pig roast.”
Boston Bikes is Boston's city-wide initiative to encourage citizens and visitors to use bicycles for fun, exercise, and transportation.
Mayor Martin J. Walsh invites you to join us for the 12th annual TD Hub On Wheels Citywide Bike Ride on Sunday, September 18th, 2016. Travel along a car-free Storrow Drive, explore hidden pathways and historic neighborhoods, and take in views of the Boston Harbor that you've never seen before. The ride starts and finishes on City Hall Plaza in downtown Boston. This year, $5 from your registration fee will benefit Boston Children's Hospital, or create a fundraising page and help raise even more donations for pediatric cancer research!
Upon your return from your ride across the city, celebrate with a party on the City Hall Plaza, complete with a beer garden, food, live music and more!
The Mt. Washington Century ride is fast becoming known as New England’s Most Challenging Centurytm. We have mountain passes that thrill the eye and challenge the soul. For those wanting to ‘test their personal best’, the Mt. Washington Century Ride is it! AND the first 325 registrants receive a great 100% cotton event shirt… SWEET!Century Ride Elevation STATS�
No landscape rivals the natural beauty of Mt. Washington and the Presidential Range, and a Century Ride through three notches and around the base of New England’s tallest mountain is without equal. Abbreviated 44- and 88-mile routes provide wonderful rides for those wanting a little less than a Century. The Century is completely supported with five aid stations along the 109-mile course (three on the 88-mile and two on the 44-mile), support vehicles with ham radio operators, and a bike repair support vehicle.
The Mt. Washington Century Ride continues to grow in popularity, with participants from as far away as the west coast taking part. Riders are always pleased with the route and support received. Many have ridden in every Mt. Washington Century Ride since the inception in 2001.
Find out more here - http://www.tinmountain.org/mt-washington-century-ride-2/
There's no doubt that this year's NEMBAfest was the best ever. Nearly 4000 people came through over the three days, including 67 industry partners and scores of volunteers from NEMBA, the Kingdom Trails Association and the Burke Chamber of Commerce.
The new venue at the Wildflower Inn was a hit with everyone: classic Vermont vistas, easy access the best trails that the Kingdom has to offer, and a lovely field adjacent to the expo for camping. Combine this with perfect weather and the longest days of the year, and you pretty much reached mountain bike nirvana.
We're pleased to announce that NEMBAfest 2016 will be at this same location, so mark your calendars now: June 17-19, 2016. Be there!
Click here for more info http://www.nemba.org/nembafest
6th Battlefield to Vermont (B2VT) Ride
134.3 Miles | 8,101 Feet of Climbing
2016 will be the 16th annual edition of the B2VT ride (formerly known as the B2B). In 2014 the course was altered to accommodate the new start and finish points but still contained most of the original B2B course (but was even more hilly!). The 2016 B2VT Ride will continue to be one of the most challenging single day rides in New England. By design, it is not for everyone. This ride is for cyclists who are physically and mentally tough, don’t whine, excel in the face of challenges, know the rules of the road and can ride 130+ miles to the finish safely and without their hands being held. While it is an epic ride, it is not for novice riders nor the faint of heart…
Weekly Tuesday night ride from Norwell High School starting this Tuesday April 9 until early October, at 5:30pm sharp (weather permitting each week). It’s a show and go ride for 35 miles, the route is not marked. It’s also a fast pace fitness ride, the average pace is typically 19+ mph for the entire ride in the summer.