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Bikes on the MBTA Ride

Posted by on Jul 16, 2016 in | 0 comments

Bikes on the MBTA Ride

WHEN: July 16, 7:30 am WHERE: Meet at Quincy City Hall at 7:30 a.m. Please bring, or arrive early enough to purchase on your way, your Charlie Card or Charlie Ticket so as not to delay the group. ROUTE: We will take the Red Line to Broadway.  Anyone wishing to start from another point should plan on meeting the group by 8 a.m. at the Hubway bike station opposite Gillette on Dorchester Avenue, just north of Broadway. From Broadway we’ll make our way to the Fort Point Channel Path, along other scenic ways in Boston and Cambridge, then back to Boston with a stop for coffee along the route. We return to Broadway where riders can opt either to end the ride and get back on the Red Line for Quincy (approximately 10 miles pedaling total), or pedal back to Quincy (approximately 18 miles total). The ride will demonstrate how bringing one’s bike on the T expands a cyclist’s horizons. For information on bikes on the T, go to: http://www.mbta.com/riding_the_t/bikes/#taking_your_bike The ride will also show how neighboring cities are accommodating cycling, which will be informative for Quincy bicycle advocates. This tour will be a good introduction to urban cycling while offering many water views. RIDE LEADER: Joe Hern Please review our Ride Guidelines prior to the...

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Bikes on the MBTA

Posted by on Jul 8, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Bikes on the MBTA

WHEN: July 16, 7:30 am
WHERE: Meet at Quincy City Hall at 7:30 a.m. Please bring, or arrive early enough to purchase on your way, your Charlie Card or Charlie Ticket so as not to delay the group.

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Bike the MBTA Ride

Posted by on Nov 7, 2015 in | 0 comments

Bike the MBTA Ride

New Date: Saturday November 7, 2015 [Due to Red Line weekend shutdowns for track maintenance, the Urban/MBTA ride has been moved up one week.] WHEN: Saturday, November 7, 2015 at 7:30a.m. WHERE: Quincy City Hall Plaza at 7:30 a.m. We will board Red Line at Quincy Center and take it to JFK/UMass. From JFK/UMass we will ride through South Boston to the waterfront, cross the Fort Point Channel into Downtown Boston, ride through the North End to the Charles River where we will cross the locks to the bike/pedestrian path at North Point Park. We will travel into Cambridge, stop for coffee, then cross back into Boston by the Massachusetts Avenue bridge. We will ride through the Back Bay back to Downtown Boston, then make our way along the Fort Point Channel and back to JFK. Approximate biking time two hours. Ride leader: Joe Hern (617) 773-1919...

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