4200 cue sheets on disk

Our cycling tours and favorite bike routes are available on disk & online.Bike New England routes diskWe've collected an inventory of over 4200 cue sheets and route maps.

The disk includes Bike New England's cycling routes in the Berkshires, the Massachusetts North Shore, Cape Cod, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Quebec, Nova Scotia, the Adirondacks, Lake Champlain, the Finger Lakes, and the Eastern Shore of Maryland, as well as vintage cue sheets and route maps from cycling clubs from Virginia to Maine. All cue sheets and maps are in PDF format.

Files for GPS units are not included, but you will find many on this site.

Online acccess is now free at Bike New England

On Disk: For faster access, we recommend purchasing the entire directory on disk. Order all of the above PDF cue sheets and map files on disk. $25.00 disk price includes a password giving you permanent direct access to the up-to-date online cue sheet directory. Disks are available for mailing only in the U.S. All others please order only on-line access

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You may also order by mail. fill in details on the mail-in order page along with a check or money order for $25.00 to: Bike New England, 17 Mill Rd., Ipswich MA 01938. Upon receipt of your payment, you will be sent the link for the access page with the log-in and password, and your disk will be mailed to you, generally within 24 hrs. Go to the Order form

NOTE: Disks can be mailed to US customers only. Order the online version if you are from other locations. Please contact Bike New England if you have any questions or problems with your order.

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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

Registration Full Registration: $358 (before June 1, 2014) See more options

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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MassBike Pike Tour 2013

Since 2007, the MassBike Pike Tour has been celebrating cycling in Massachusetts while raising money for bicycling advocacy, education and awareness. For 2013, the Mass BikePike Tour starts and ends in Fitchburg, MA.Tour riding dates are August 1st – 4th, 2013. The Mass BikePike Tour is limited to 150 riders. Your registration includes luggage transport, most meals, camping privileges beginning on Wed, July 31st and a tour t-shirt. This is a camping tour.  Optional motel/B&B and Camptel* (tent set up service) options are available.  Please refer to the Ride Planning page for more information. Two routes are offered each day. The shorter routes are between 25 and 45 miles and the longer routes are between 45 and 70 miles. Read more and sign up at the MassBike Pike Tour.





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2013 Thursday Fitchburg to Keene, NH

Day 1 Long (64mi)Day 1 Short (41mi)

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2013 Friday  Keene, NH to Greenfield

Day 2 Long (68mi)Day 2 Short (40mi)

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2013 Saturday Greenfield to Barre

Day 3 Long (71mi)Day 3 Short (40mi)

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2013 Sunday Barre to Fitchburg

Day 4 Long (49mi)Day 4 Short (29mi)

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Coastal New Hampshire from Hampton NH

The stretch of Rt. 1A along coastal New Hampshire is scenic and easy. The stretch through Hampton Beach is very congested in the summer, but north of the beach the highway has a wide shoulder and much less traffic. The routes below start in the town of Hampton  at the municipal parking lot and quickly get you to the ocean north of Hampton Beach. The return is on some nicely paved and quiet inland roads.

19 mile ride to Wallis Rd. and back
: This is the short route and does not go to Portsmouth.

31 mile ride to Portsmouth and back: The basic route to Portsmouth along Rt. 1A and the ocean, and back.on very quiet roads just half a mile in, between the ocean and Rt. 1.

46 mile rideincludes some roads south of Great Bay for the return.

67 mile ride with Great Bay: This long route includes the ocean, Portsmouth and a ride around Great Bay.

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CF Cycle for Life

CF Cycle for Life offers two routes, so cyclists of all levels are sure to enjoy this unique day of fitness, fun, and new friendships. No matter what route you choose you will have breathtaking views of Long Island Sound! Choose the 60 mile route to challenge your mind, body, and soul as you climb the roads along the Saugatuck Reservoir; or choose one of the shorter route for an event day that is sure to please.

This premier cycling event is a fully supported journey with stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, support and gear (SAG) vehicles, on-site medical services, hydration stations, smiling volunteers, a finish line festival featuring great food, beer, entertainment and much more. This unique event empowers participants to take action and demonstrate their fight in finding a cure in a tangible, emotional and powerful way.

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