Cycling Routes in New York State

Map of bike rides in NY
Bicycle Rides in New York State
Bicycle rides in New York State:

Google Map: Click on the map image on the left to view an interactive map of; the best bicycle rides in New York State.
Rides by area: New York, Adirondacks, Catskills, Hudson Valley, Long Island
PDF cue Sheets and route maps from cycling clubs in New York State
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Cycling Routes in Massachusetts

MA interactive cycling route map
Bicycle Rides in Massachusetts
Find bicycle rides in Massachusetts:

Google map Click on the map image on the left to open an interactive map of bicycle routes in Massachusetts.
Rides by Subject Berkshires, Boston, Cape Cod, Central Massachusetts, Charles River Wheelmen, Ipswich, Nashoba Valley Pedalers, Newburyport, Massachusetts North Shore, North Shore Cyclists, Pioneer valley, Southeast Massachusetts, Seven Hills Wheelmen
View a comprehensive list of all bicycle trails in Massachusetts
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Cycling Northern New England

Bicycle rides in northern New England
Rides in VT, NH and Maine
Find bicycle rides in Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine
 
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Rides by StateVermont, New Hampshire, Maine
PDF Cue Sheets and route mapsVermont , New Hampshire, Maine 
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Multi-Day Cycle Touring in New England and Eastern Canada

Bicycle tours interactive map New England
Cycling Tours in the Northeast
This map image links to an interactive Google map with descriptions, cue sheets and route maps for multi-day cycling tours in New England and Canada created by Bike New England.
Maine Coast MD Eastern Shore Finger Lakes
Cabot Trail South Nova Scotia Eastern Townships
Petit Train du Nord Laurentians inn to inn Lac St-Jean
Keene NH Lake Champlain Northeast Kingdom
Vermont-Quebec Vermont-Montreal Vermont Rt. 100
North Berkshires South Berkshires Berkshire Camping
Acadia Cape Cod MA North Shore
Virginia Tidewater Western Massachusetts Catskills

Berkshires to Boston Bicycle Tour 2014


The Berkshires to Boston Bicycle Tour route introduces riders to the best of Massachusetts cycling - lots of peaceful roads, good pavement and magnificent scenery and some fun, urban riding on bike paths, bike lanes and community streets. Riders on the 2013 tour gave high marks to the Berkshires to Boston Tour route. Website

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014 Warm UP

We'll be offering an exciting addition to the Berkshires to Boston Bicycle Tour for 2014 - a pre-tour ascent of Mt. Greylock, Massachusetts' highest peak. We'll head out from Hancock Shaker Village in the late morning on Wednesday for the thirteen mile ride to the base of Rockwell Rd, part of the scenic byway that climbs to the summit. The next eight miles climb over 2,200 feet along the parkway through the State Reservation managed by MassParks, the Commonwealth's state parks agency. We'll follow Rockwell Road back to the base the mountain and retrace our route back to Hancock Shaker Village for a total ride of about 45 miles.
Thursday, September 18, 2014: Berkshires to Pioneer Valley

Today's route covers 59 miles between the New York border at Hancock, MA and Sunderland, MA in the Connecticut River Valley. Along the way, riders will pass through Pittsfield, the Berkshire's largest city, ride the Ashuwilticook Rail Trail and climb 1,000 feet to the top of the Hoosac Range. Overall, the day includes 3,589 feet of climbing; but, riders are rewarded with over 4,600 feet of descent as they drop into the flat Valley farmlands. See today's route at Ride with GPS at Berkshires to Boston Day One



Friday, September 19, 2014: Pioneer Valley to Devens MA

Today is the longest day of the tour - 79 miles as we climb out of the Valley and ride through the Central Highlands to Devens, MA. The day begins with flat riding through the fertile farmlands along the Connecticut River before riders begin a gradual 11-mile climb up to the town of Wendell, 1,000 feet higher than our Sunderland starting point. The next 40 miles feature quaint New England towns like Petersham and Princeton and a rolling route through the heart of Massachusetts. The final 20 miles are nearly all downhill or flat as riders drop over 1,000 feet to Devens. See today's route at Ride with GPS at Berkshires to Boston Day Two

Saturday, September 20, 2014: Devens to Boston

Today is the shortest and easiest day of the tour - only 50 miles and a net loss of 200 feet in elevation as we travel into Boston. The route passes by the Minuteman National Historical Park and passes through the historic towns of Lexington and Cambridge. The route also takes advantage of the popular Minuteman Bike Path to get into the City. The short day is designed to let riders savor the rich history and scenic landscapes of this beautiful area of the state. See today's route at Berkshires to Boston Day Three

Sunday, September 21, 2014: Hub on Wheels

Today, riders will celebrate cycling with 5,000 friends who enjoy riding as much as they do. Hub-On-Wheels is Boston's annual cycling celebration. Bicycles take over on a car-free Storrow Drive and other Boston thoroughfares. You'll see Boston in a whole new light as you explore it's parks, neighborhoods and beaches by bicycle. Riders choose between 10, 25, and 50 mile routes. Rest stops are located along the way.
Learn more about Hub On Wheels.

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The Prouty 2014

The Prouty is the signature event of the Friends of Norris Cotton Cancer Center in Vermont. Choose rides from 20, 35, 50, 77, 100 or 200 miles.

There is no registration fee to cycle, only a fundraising minimum commitment of $150 for an Individual Adult; $50 for an Individual Child (8-17) or $275 for a Family (up to 2 adults and 3 children 8-17.

Log on to www.TheProuty.org to sign up. Go here to print a paper registration form.

The 100 mile loop is shown below.