Join Us Tomorrow For MassBike’s Summer Century & Family Fun Ride!

Pre-registration is closed, but you can still register tomorrow morning for MassBike’s Summer Century & Family Fun Ride. Come out and join us for a great day!

All rides (12, 23, 45, 62 and 100 routes) leave from – and return to – Lexington High School. The routes will traverse the heart of early American history, from Paul Revere’s Ride through Lexington and Concord and to nearby battlefields. Longer rides visit the towns and villages that sent the first Minutemen. As you leave in the morning, Ride Studio Cafe will be providing support for our riders. After the rides, everyone is invited to stay at Lexington High School for lunch and socializing. Food will be available until the mid-afternoon, so even intrepid century riders can share in the fun. After your ride, Redbones Barbecue is cooking up lunch (included with your registration) – their famous pulled pork, BBQ beef, and portobello sandwiches!

Plus, by joining in the MassBike Summer Century & Family Fun Ride, you’ll be helping to make bicycling better in Massachusetts. All proceeds go to support MassBike’s bicycling advocacy. MassBike works through legislation, education, and infrastructure projects to get more people on bicycles and to make our roads and paths safer. Your support is important to making sure that bicyclists are protected in Massachusetts.

Find out descriptions of the routes here.

See you tomorrow!

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One Response to Join Us Tomorrow For MassBike’s Summer Century & Family Fun Ride!

  1. matt July 30, 2011 at 11:44 pm #

    just wanted to say what an outstanding event I thought this was.

    route was great. only one gravel road, and that for less than a mile. (a little surprised it was 104 not just 100, but better too long than too short!)

    road markings and GPX files were fabulous. I can’t believe someone went around and painted all of those markings. they were great.

    support was also very nice. I didn’t know where the rest stops would be, so I ended up going to convenience stores for the most part, but it looked like others made good use of them.

    hats off to all!