Getting Around

These are routes that some of our members prefer to and from the attractions and neighborhoods of Quincy.

Please remember that bicycling involves certain inherent risks and use these maps responsibly and at your own risk.


COVID-19 Riding guidelines:

Please ride responsibly during the public health crisis. If you choose to ride on your own, please follow these safety guidelines:

1)      Ride alone or with people you already live with and adhere to social distancing guidelines.

2)      Bring all the snacks and water you will need to minimize stops at stores and interactions with others.

3)      Ride with caution since our medical community is already overburdened.

4)      Plan your ride to minimize stops and have a backup plan should you need assistance.

5)      Do not ride if you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19.


Quincy Ctr to Braintree Locations

Distance: Varies (around 4 miles depending on destination)
Type: Assorted routes
Notes: Review alerts on the route map before departing including one way streets and busy, narrow streets.

 

Quincy Adams MBTA Station (west side destinations)

Distance: Varies
Type: Assorted routes
Notes: Take special care leaving the station. Use the Penn Street lights and pedestrian signal to cross on foot.

 

North Quincy MBTA Station to Marina Bay

Distance: 5.5 miles round trip
Type: Loop ride<
Notes: Restaurants and shops at Marina Bay. Great views from Squantum Point Park.

 

North Quincy MBTA Station to Wollaston Beach

Distance: 4.1 miles round trip
Type: Loop ride
Notes: Beach, Restroom, Restaurants, Playgrounds.

 

Quincy Center MBTA Station to Houghs Neck

Distance: 10.5 miles round trip
Type: Loop ride
Notes: Views of Quincy Bay, the islands, and the Boston Skyline from the Nut Island Pier.

 

Quincy Center MBTA Station to Quincy Point

Distance: 4.5 miles round trip
Type: Loop ride
Notes: Dairy Queen at the halfway point.

 

Discovering Quincy: Merrymount and Houghs Neck

Distance: 13 miles total
Type: Loop ride
Notes: This is the route we took for a 2017 for “Discovering Quincy” ride. It was designed to help cyclists learn new routes through Merrymount, Adams Shore and Houghs Neck neighborhoods — and connect to our city by bike.