Jul 21 2005

Bike Rides

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Bike Rides

yes, I used to be an avid cyclist and put in at least 200 miles a week on my trusty fixedgear or Colnago. I loved to ride but then, over Memorial Day weekend, 2006. I was hit by a car, bike was totaled, head injury messed me up (wear your helmet, I was, and I still was injured). Anyway, I used to map my rides around Cape Cod, so, if you are here looking for routes in the Upper Cape area, here are some. I would say the "Cape Cod Metric Century" below is one of the best rides on the planet. Seriously.

Cotuit !0 Mile Loop -- Tour de Cotuit fixed gear loop

Wrentham - Cumberland Road Island Fixed Gear Route

Wrentham Fixie Loop 2x=16m

Northeast Corner of Rhode Island Fixie Ride 14.8 mi

Cape Cod Metric Century (and then some)

Sandwich Service Road Loop 18.5 Miles

A variation on the above 22,5

Sandwich-Marstons Mills-Centerville 40 KM

Cotuit-South Cape Beach 22.5 m

Woods Hole - Nickerson State Park

Woods Hole - Cotuit Lollipop 62 km

Cotuit-Chatham Light Lollipop Metric Century Plus 70+ miles

Cotuit-Woods Hole - 62KM/41 miles

Cotuit-Sandy Neck Loop - 46 KM

Sandy Neck-Cotuit Quickie - 21 miles/34K

Cotuit-Osterville-Service Road Loop - 28 miles/46km

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Granite State Wheelmen Tri-State Seacoast Century 100 miles

Local Runs

Cotuit-Oregon 5K

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3 Responses to “Bike Rides”

  1. tizeincesseon 05 Jan 2009 at 10:48 pm

    Complimenti per idea del sito. Anche noi siamo amanti del trekking. Perche non organizziamo un incontro di appassionati per delle escursioni insieme? Magari non piu di 6-8 in tutto? Un saluto.
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  2. nick fullertonon 11 Sep 2011 at 11:06 am

    nice. I found a Gary Fisher mountain bike in the dumpster at work, and fixed it up for about $100. Works great on my occasional jaunts to Point Pinole regional shoreline. I also found a dumpstered Roll Fast cruiser bike that I’ve rehabilitated with white tires, chain and spray paint from the local 98 cent store. Not bad for a brief ride down memory lane to the liquor store. I ride over the tracks, past Pick N Pull, recycled metal yards, and take pictures of humming birds around abandoned nursery greenhouses. Some kids with spray paint cans chased me on a rather rough section of the San Francisco Bay trail, stealing my bicycle and returning it after deciding it wasn’t worth taking I suppose. Such is the value of what I call urban camouflage (spray paint)–a rat bike’s best friend.

    I’d like to get a 29er some day. I wonder what your opinion of these is.

  3. Anonymouson 01 Jun 2012 at 6:58 pm

    lets ride

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