This Website is a FREE RESOURCE for Outdoor Enthusiast.
2022 - Already LOTS OF NEW CONTENT - 2022
New content is being added almost every month.
Each time you visit, there is more content to view.
There are no announcements for changes, so you will need to keep an eye open for your favorite subject. This year alone, added 4 new cycling routes, 10+ new videos, and lots of text content.
New Videos, New Tire Reviews, New Bike Gear,
Ride Gear / Tire Repair / Bike Repair
and New BICYCLE RIDE Routes!!!
As always, we try to keep all site content accurate, truthful, and up-to-date. If any content is in dispute, please contact us we we will address any issues that maybe misleading or in-accurate. A large majority of the text content is authored by me, Busted_Spoke. Open to suggestions, opinions, or inaccuracies. There are other authors of articles (properly noted) and I can not control their content, sorry. This is supposed to be a solid resource for all your cycling and hiking needs, and the mission is to provide free and accurate information for all site users.
Cycle-Cross / Gravel Tires
Mountain Bike Tires
Plus Bike Tires
Road Bike Tires
Tubeless for CX
Tubeless for MTB
Tire Selection CX + MTB's
Sealant and Tubeless Repair
Assorted Tire Video's
Hard Tails vs "all else"
Cross-Bike vs "all else"
Eastern Mass Park Video's
Bike Hacks / Tips
Chain Rings + Cassettes
Bike Build Video
Bike Selection Video's
Drop Bars vs Flat Bars
Frame Up Bike Building
Building Carbon Frames
Tubeless Wheel Build Video
Nutrition / Health
Back Pack Selection
Hydro Packs / Bladder
Bike Packing Video's
E-BIKES: While I strongly feel E-Bikes should not be on our local trails because of Safety, E-BIKES are Fun and I love mine.
Seasonal Suggestions for how to prepare for any weather riding.
CX Fully Flat Fifty
CX Danvers Rail Trail
CX Boston - Salem 39 Miles
CX Boston - Salem 72 Miles
CX 101 / Greater Salem Adventure
CX 201 / North Shore Challenge
CX Hill Climb Training + More
Heading out for a biking or hiking vacation?
Make the most of your trip.
This is a great resource for finding your next
All Day Adventure.
If you spend more than a week on a bicycle,
you are on an Epic Adventure.
Read some Epic Stories from other folks.
Whats on your calendar?
The Advanced Level Cyclo-Cross specific rides listed have a great balance of Roads and Real Single-Tracks to challenge you and your bike. We try to host one cyclo-cross ride each month. Join the Facebook Ride-List at the link below.
The Advanced Level Mountain Bike rides shown on the Ride Page often link together many parks for longer MTB adventures. These rides are Long-Distance and we ride at a group pace. The Mountain Bike rides we host are over 4 hours in duration, and some pass through 7 different parks. Most of these rides will be for Advanced Level riders only. You and Your bike must be in its best shape as there are No Bail-outs on these rides.
Also see the Beginner and Intermediate MTB and Hybrid Bike rides for: Solo, Couples, and Group Fun Rides that are Posted.
There are 5 Great Hiking Adventures on the North Shore, posted on the Ride Data-base Page. Check them out.
The MBTA Commuter Rail is used as a way to increase the ride experience, enabling Point-A-to-Point-B rides vs Return-to-Start rides. This allows routes that hit all the best places.
Most of the Road Rides listed take advantage of the MTBA - Solo, Couples, or small groups. As often as possible, we will route you to that "great view" and always try to keep you away from traffic and on quiet back-roads. MBTA carries bikes for free, but has travel black-out hours. Click Here: < MBTA Website>
All-Day-Adventures of Eastern Mass and the Greater Boston Area is a data base of Self-Guided Bicycle Rides (and Hikes) by downloading a RideWithGPS.com route. This website has active links to the Ride page hosted by Ride With GPS. There is no-fee from All-Day-Adventures and ADA is not a club, so there is no membership. We just share the same trails at the same time.
These are your rides. You ride at your own pace, You take your own risks, and You get your own rewards.
Rides listed will always have the level of difficulty, type of bicycle, and duration of the adventure clearly listed. Please adhere to all warnings and instructions for ride preparation.
Rides listed as Difficult (or Tarzan Rides) are to be taken seriously. Never-Ride-Alone, and always have your own bail-out plan. Group Rides will be posted from time to time, so you will need to get on the FaceBook Ride Page (See Link Below).
Over 15 Years and thousands of actual trail-miles have been invested to put these rides together. In all, there are over 25 Cycling and Hiking Adventures on the All-Day-Adventures ride page. These routes are carefully constructed and well-planned. Staying off the main roads when possible, finding the secret paths make the whole thing work for end-to-end rides that are true epic adventures.
Go to the RIDE BLOG Page and sign up for our once per week, email direct to you with all the updated ride information you need. (For folks that do not use Facebook....)
If you current use Facebook, it is currently the best way to get ride information out.
Click the Facebook (F) Link below to join the Ride List..
Click the Ride With GPS Link at the top of the page to see the Ride Data-Base
If you are on Visit from Out-of-State and are looking for a ride, we maybe able to direct you to your goal. In the link at the bottom on the RIDE-BLOG page, send us an Email. Most email responses are less than 2 days.
Just include the following in your email:
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Any content you download from this Web-Site is for your Private Use Only.
All-Day-Adventures Disclaimer: ADA lead Rides are considered a group of folks that happen to be traveling in the same direction, on the same trails at the same time. Each and every person is responsible for themselves.
ADA has no Fees, and no Memberships This is a FREE Information Resource for Outdoor Adventures..
Injury Disclaimer: ADA does not know what your skill level is and if you properly belong in the group or not. That is not for us to determine, you showed up, you need to be ready. You are all adults and riding with this group is an adult life choice. For Group Rides held by us: If the group decides you are not prepared to ride with us, or maybe a danger to yourself and others, we will ask you to abandon the ride. There is inherent risk and danger with cycling sports and we will not take responsibility for an under-prepared rider. Every ride, You will Crash, You will get Hurt, You will break Your Bike and You will be Bleeding. Strong possibility that you may suffer a heart attack, this is a very intense and over exerting activity. We do not know if you are healthy enough for these activities or if you have the knowledge how to operate you bike. Possible you will suffer heat stroke, or get hit by a car. Serious injury or death as any other risk you may occur in your daily life. There is a strong chance of collision with motor vehicles, pedestrians, trees, or what-nots. That is what happens in this sport. No-one under age 18 is allowed on Group Rides we host. Adults Only: No Exceptions. You are responsible for your own hydration, food and transportation to and from ride events. Dressing properly and any other aspect of your day you share with us.
E-BIKE Disclaimer: This Website does not Support Electronic Bike Use on the Trails. The Maps and Routes in this Website are for 100% Human Powered Cycling and Hiking Use only. E-Bikes are not allowed in many of the parks because they are considered a Motorized Vehicle. E-Bikes are too fast for our trails systems. E-Bikes will leave you Stranded many miles deep in the woods. E-Bikes are not rugged enough for our trails systems.
There are 100 reasons ADA does not support E-Bikes on the trails.
Please do not use ADA Maps for E-Bike Routes. Risks of Injury and Death are very high with an E-Bike.
Please to not attend any ADA Group rides with an E-Bike.
You will be asked to leave.
GPS/TRAIL MAP DISCLAIMER: Any content you download from this Web-Site is for your Private Use Only. Downloading a Self Guided GPS Route from either this ADA Website, RidewithGPS, or any other printed / electronic trail maps, photos of trail maps, or data is USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. ADA or RidewithGPS is not responsible for your injury, getting lost, bad weather, icy conditions, animal attacks, distressed that you are lost, or you are braking the law with trespassing. At the time of the making, all trail maps and GPS files were accurate and legally on parkland properties. Years and boundaries things can change and ADA may not know about such events. If it is brought to ADA or RidewithGPS attention a trail or access has changed or disappeared we will make every attempt to correct the download information. If a flood, a tree, a property sign, or any other reason you can not follow the intended route, you are on your own, and ADA / RidewithGPS is not responsible. It is expected you can navigate and already use local parks and bike ways without the aid of a GPS Device. The GPS device is only intend to show you the best way, and does not force you in any way to comply against your own better judgement. Once again, Every time you step out of your home you are at Risk, and ADA does not assume any responsibility for anything that happens. Anything you download should be treated as a tool for you to enjoy your adventure.
Any trail map is a guide, either electronic or paper. You must use it correctly and with thought.
COPY-WRITE Material Disclaimer: All ADA Original Photos, Videos, Text, and other site content are Copyright protected and wholly owned by All Day Adventures. They may not be used without permission.
This does not include publicly available web photos or videos that I have linked-to or borrowed.
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