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The Beaches of Quincy Ride

Posted by on Jun 13, 2020 in | 0 comments

The Beaches of Quincy Ride

COVID-19 NOTICE: This ride is part of our intended 2020 schedule. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and state mandates, this ride will not be held if social distancing and limited gathering size requirements remain in place. Please check this page again to confirm the ride will be held. 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.   Quincycles rides are open to members and non-members. Bicycling involves certain inherent risks.  Your participation in a Quincycles ride constitutes your agreement to this Acknowledgement, Waiver and Release. Please review our Ride Guidelines before the ride and check our Facebook page for weather related...

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Bike the Beaches of Quincy

Posted by on Jun 2, 2018 in | 0 comments

Bike the Beaches of Quincy

May 30 Update: This event has sold out for the T-shirts and lunch.  If you haven’t registered and want to ride with us you may and we welcome you too! But please be aware that the catered luncheon is for those registered — our grant only allowed for food for a certain number.  However, Gaveston’s sells food and you should be able to purchase something if we cannot accommodate you. We look forward to riding with you! Quincycles and Save the Harbor Save the Bay invite you to join us for one of our 2 ride options on Saturday, June 2. The first 60 riders to register will receive a t-shirt, and are welcome to join us after the ride for a free luncheon at Gaveston’s Deli at Marina Bay supported by Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. Come enjoy Quincy’s coastline by bike! 23 Miles and 10 Beaches Ride Option (7:30am) Meet at Anderson Bicycle, 380 Washington Street at 7:30am Cycle with us along Quincy’s coastline and enjoy the views from our beaches. Approximately 23 miles. We will ride the Quincy shoreline via Quincy Point, Adams Shore, Germantown, Houghs Neck and Merrymount communities and then along Wollaston Beach. It is our goal to maintain a pace of 12mph and minimize stops during this ride. We will take a break at the Kennedy Center and meet up with the Short Ride group at 9:30 befroe continuing around the coast of Squantum as described below. Squantum and Marina Bay Ride Option (9:30am) Meet at the Kennedy Center, 440 East Squantum Street, Quincy at 9:30am This ride is for those cyclists who want to enjoy Quincy’s coast but not quite all of it. Approximately 8 miles. This will be a more relaxed ride around the coast of Squantum to Squantum Post then back via Marina Bay to Commander Shea Boulevard and a bike path around the Moorings and then back to Squantum Point Park.     Quincycles rides are open to members and non-members. Bicycling involves certain inherent risks.  Your participation in a Quincycles ride constitutes your agreement to this Acknowledgement, Waiver and Release. Please review our Ride Guidelines before the ride and check our Facebook page for weather related...

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Second Saturday Ride: Beaches of Quincy

Posted by on Jun 10, 2017 in | 0 comments

Second Saturday Ride: Beaches of Quincy

WHEN: Saturday, June 10, 7:15am (or 9:30am for a shorter ride) WHERE: Anderson Bicycle, 380 Washington Street, Quincy (shorter ride joins at the Kennedy Center, 440 East Squantum Street) WHAT: Cycle with us along Quincy’s coastline — approximately 22 of Quincy’s 27 mile coast with water views from 13 beaches. For the second year we will be hosting a longer ride starting at Anderson Bicycle and riders who would prefer a shorter ride can join us later at the Kennedy Center. Followed by a luncheon at Gaveston’s Deli at Marina Bay with support from Save the Harbor/Save the Bay. LONG RIDE DETAILS: WHEN: June 10, 7:15am WHERE: Anderson Bicycle, 380 Washington Street, Quincy LONG ROUTE (approximately 23 miles): This longer more strenuous ride will start at 7:15 am and meet at Anderson Bicycle, 380 Washington Street, Quincy. We will ride the Quincy Shoreline via Quincy Point, Adams Shore Germantown, Houghs Neck and Merrymount Communities and then along Wollaston Beach. It is our goal to maintain a pace of 12mph and minimize stops during this ride. We will meet up with the Short Ride group at 9:30 and continue around the coast of Squantum as described below. ______________________________________________________________________   SHORT RIDE DETAILS WHEN: June 10, 9:30am WHERE: The Kennedy Center, 440 E Squantum St, Quincy, MA 02171 (please park in the Hummock lot across the street) SHORT ROUTE (approximately 8 miles): This will be a more relaxed ride around the coast of Squantum to Squantum Post then back via Marina Bay to Commander Shea and a bike path around the Moorings and back to Squantum Point Park. Quincycles rides are open to members and non-members. Bicycling involves certain inherent risks.  Your participation in a Quincycles ride constitutes your agreement to this Acknowledgement, Waiver and Release. Please review our Ride Guidelines before the ride and check our Facebook page for weather related...

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Beaches of Quincy Rides

Posted by on Jun 11, 2016 in | 0 comments

Beaches of Quincy Rides

Save the Harbor Save the Bay, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, and Quincycles invite you to celebrate Quincy’s coastline on your bike.

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Beaches of Quincy Rides

Posted by on May 23, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Beaches of Quincy Rides

Save the Harbor Save the Bay, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, and Quincycles invite you to celebrate Quincy’s coastline on your bike. June 11 — Long and Short Ride Options

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