CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with route options of 30 miles, 65 miles or a Century. The 2014 two-day tour shown below offered two 50 mile rides. Day 1 on Saturday begins at Shapleigh Middle School in Kittery, ME, ending at the University of New England in Biddeford. The Sunday ride returns from Biddeford to Kittery with some variation in the route.
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.
Falmouth Housing Corporation honors Peter Kirwin and Bob Murray, two champions of homelessness prevention and access to affordable housing in Falmouth. The Kirwin/Murray Memorial Bike Ride route follows the Falmouth Marathon route for about 29 miles, beginning at the Surf Drive Beach House. The shorter route will begin one half hour after and progress from Surf Drive Beach House to Menauhant Beach where riders will turn around and head back to the start point.
August 5th – 11th, 2017: Registration deadline is July 15th
Are you dreaming of an affordable summer adventure? It’s not too late to sign up for Cycle Massachusetts, the Friendliest Ride in the East! It’s during the first full week of August (the 5th through 11th), and you can ride anywhere from 2 to 7 days – it’s up to you! We explore a different part of Massachusetts each year – this year our start/finish is in Greenfield and we explore the beautiful Connecticut River area all the way up into Vermont and New Hampshire. There’s plenty of fun available off the bike too, with optional activities like kayaking or skydiving available! We welcome everyone from super-mellow cyclists to hardcore cyclists. We do notice that most of our riders feel like a day of riding isn’t complete without an ice cream stop or a post-ride beer.
WB4F is a non-competitive ride through the beautiful Pioneer Valley to raise funds for The Food Bank of Western MA. Now in it’s 7th year, the ride has four routes to choose from: 10, 25, 50, or 100 miles. The event begins and ends at the Lions Club Pavilion, Billings Way, Hatfield MA. The ride will be followed with a fun after-party that includes BBQ, music, games, and complimentary Berkshire Brewing. Register BEFORE August 31 for the lowest price at http://www.willbike4food.org