Start/Finish at Just Roots Community Farm, 34 Glenbrook Drive, Greenfield, MA. 2 scenic courses with some hills (15 & 43 miles) with proceeds going to Stone Soup Cafe, a pay-what-you-can community kitchen in Greenfield, MA.
Rock to Rock riders raise support for more than 20 local groups — all doing high-impact work to create a healthier, greener community.
Rock to Rock begins at Common Ground (358 Springside Avenue -directions), at the base of West Rock Park, and finishes at College Woods at East Rock Park. Along the way, we stop at Beaver Pond Park and Edgewood Park. Choices of 8, 12, 36 miles or the full metric century.
Ride For Angels takes you through Northeast MA and Southern NH portions of New England to raise funds and awareness of Angel Flight NE’s mission. All of the donations given on behalf of these “Road Angels” will benefit Angel Flight NE.
Angel Flight Northeast is a non-profit organization that provides free flights in private aircraft by volunteer pilots, for persons who need access to medical care or have other compelling needs.
The Eigth Annual “Ride for Angels event is being held on Sunday, September 9, 2018. The start and finish of the rides as well as the other associated events will be held at Angel Flight NE corporate headquarters at the Lawrence Municipal Airport , 492 Sutton Street, North Andover, MA
The Champ’s Challenge for Cystic Fibrosis is hosted by the Basin Harbor Club in Vergennes, and offers a 43-mile course for more advanced cyclists, an 8-mile course for more recreational riders and families, or a 5k Walk/Run.
Ride the Vineyard the Multiple Sclerosis fundraiser on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. With the quaint charm and beautiful ocean views of Martha’s Vineyard, choose from 15, 30, and 60mile routes and enjoy the cliffs of Gay Head, the beaches of Katama, and the scenic views of East Chop! Start: Martha’s Vineyard High School, Vineyard Haven, MA
The Loon Echo Bike Trek offers 25, 50, 80 or 100 miles, with scenic rural roads, starting and ending in Bridgton, Maine, circling through the mountains to Bethel and back.
The 18th annual Loon Echo Trek is the largest event benefiting the Loon Echo Land Trust! Proceeds from the event and sponsorship help us in our mission to conserve land for future generations.
The Trek begins at Shawnee Peak Ski Area in Bridgton, ME. Hike 4.5 or 6 miles across the ridge line of beautiful Pleasant Mountain, or bike 25, 50, 80 or 100 miles through the scenic hills and valleys of western Maine. Do a bit of both with the Trek’s Hike & Bike option!
The Century ride is shown below. Prepare for a very steep 1,200 foot descent through Evans Notch.