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Discovering Quincy: Houghs Neck

Posted by on Apr 11, 2020 in | 0 comments

Discovering Quincy: Houghs Neck

Update April 9, 2020: This ride will not be held due to the Coronavirus public health emergency.  Thank you for understanding. 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. Come explore Houghs Neck with us — Ride along the MWRA Dike and discover some hidden gems of the city. Ride Route (Map below) Our Discovering Quincy Rides are designed to show you routes through Quincy that are less stressful than riding on the main roads you might use when driving.  We want you to experience how bikeable Quincy is, to feel comfortable riding to local destinations and doing errands on two wheels. 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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Discovering Quincy: Wollaston and Milton

Posted by on Jul 9, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Discovering Quincy: Wollaston and Milton

Learn new routes through the back streets of Wollaston and Milton neighborhoods and connect our city by bike.

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