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Neponset River Watershed Ride

Posted by on Aug 31, 2017 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Neponset River Watershed Ride

Saturday September 9
Co-sponsored by the Neponset River Watershed Association this ride brings you along the Neponset River via roads and paths in Quincy and Milton.

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September Second Saturday Ride: Neponset River Trail

Posted by on Sep 10, 2016 in | 0 comments

September Second Saturday Ride: Neponset River Trail

Neponset River Trail Co-Sponsored by the Neponset Watershed Association WHEN Sept. 10th, 7:30 am WHERE: Meet at parking lot for Squantum Point Park  (by shelter near ferry dock) at 7:30 am. We will ride along the Neponset River to Milton and then back along the Neponset River Trail and back to Marina Bay. Coffee and pastry at Cream and Sugar. RIDE LEADER: Maura O’Gara Please review our Ride Guidelines prior to the ride.

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Neponset River Trail Ride

Posted by on Sep 1, 2016 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Neponset River Trail Ride

A ride along the Neponset River Trail co-sponsored by the Neponset Watershed Association

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Neponset RiverWalk Ride

Posted by on Sep 12, 2015 in | 0 comments

Neponset RiverWalk Ride

Neponset RiverWalk Ride, coordinated with the Neponset River Watershed Association   WHEN: September 12, 7:30 AM   WHERE: Squantum Point Park, Marina Bay (Meet at the white shelter by the pier at Squantum Point parking lot in Quincy. From Quincy Shore Drive, turn onto East Squantum Street. Turn left onto Victory Road then another left onto the Haul Road in Marina Bay.)   ROUTE: Join us as we make our way along the Quincy/Milton side of the river (Squantum Point Park, Commander Shea Blvd, Newport Ave. Ext., W. Squantum, Adams St., Brook Road) before deciding whether to cross over the river at Central Ave. or make our way to the Pine Tree Brook trail, which connects to Blue Hills Pkwy, and taking Eliot St. back toward the Neponset Greenway and over the Neponset Bridge back to Marina Bay. There are a couple of hills (W. Squantum St. is a good workout) and some hard packed gravel in parts (Squantum Point Park and Turner’s Pond). Near the beginning of the ride, we’ll likely go along the RiverWalk behind Boston Scientific. That part of the trail has some loose gravel, so we’ll likely walk the bikes, but enjoy the views!  When we’re done, we’ll head over to Cream and Sugar on the boardwalk for those who would like. This is a coordinated ride with the Neponset River Watershed Association.   RIDE LEADER: Maura O’Gara...

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Neponset Riverwalk Ride

Posted by on Aug 19, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Neponset Riverwalk Ride

Coordinated with the Neponset River Watershed Association   WHEN: September 12, 7:30 AM   WHERE: Squantum Point Park, Marina Bay (Meet at the white shelter by the pier at Squantum Point parking lot in Quincy. From Quincy Shore Drive, turn onto East Squantum Street. Turn left onto Victory Road then another left onto the Haul Road in Marina Bay.)   ROUTE: Join us as we make our way along the Quincy/Milton side of the river (Squantum Point Park, Commander Shea Blvd, Newport Ave. Ext., W. Squantum, Adams St., Brook Road) before deciding whether to cross over the river at Central Ave. or make our way to the Pine Tree Brook trail, which connects to Blue Hills Pkwy, and taking Eliot St. back toward the Neponset Greenway and over the Neponset Bridge back to Marina Bay. There are a couple of hills (W. Squantum St. is a good workout) and some hard packed gravel in parts (Squantum Point Park and Turner’s Pond). Near the beginning of the ride, we’ll likely go along the RiverWalk behind Boston Scientific. That part of the trail has some loose gravel, so we’ll likely walk the bikes, but enjoy the views!  When we’re done, we’ll head over to Cream and Sugar on the boardwalk for those who would like. This is a coordinated ride with the Neponset River Watershed Association.   RIDE LEADER: Maura...

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