This is a 110 mile segment of the Empire State Trail in upper state New York.
A one-way down hill adventure all on a Bike Path.
The entire length of the Empire State Trail is over 700 miles from The Great Lakes to NYC.
This segment should be the most beautiful portion of the Erie Canal portion with the Adirondacks to the North and the Catskills Mountains to the South.
Either paved bike path, or compressed gravel road.
100% off of the roads and travels through many small towns along the way.
Our plan is a 2 day bike packing trip taking a Bus ($40) from Boston to Utica, and catch a return bus in Albany the next day.
This is a new adventure. The Empire State Trail officially opened last October.
Be the first in your group to tell the story of all the fun you had on this All Day Adventure.
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The Cape Ann Road Ride Tour is the most photogenic bike ride on the North Shore.
Rockport, Gloucester + Salem are the main destinations for many thousands of visitors per year. This ride follows along the coastline of these towns.
The Best Local Road Ride when you want a quiet day on the roads with little traffic and shade-tree lined roads.
This is a 55 mile road ride that starts and ends in Salem. Keeps you on the back roads as much as possible. Some areas you will see more horses than cars.
Best local Road Ride for a Hot Summer Day.
40 mile Coastal Route Road ride, Perfect afternoon of coastline sites, public beaches and views of many coastline mansions. Visit 7 beaches in 3 different towns,
Farms and Back Roads of the North Shore. This ride is an enjoyable afternoon ride when you feel like avoiding traffic and the heat of the day almost completely in the shade of tree lined roads. A perfect Solo-ride to settle your mind.
Near 55 miles long, this is a Road Ride for the medium level road cyclist. (Updated and Extended for 2017)
The Cape Ann Road Ride Tour is probably the most photogenic bike ride you can take on the North Shore.
This is an Intermediate Level road ride, because of distance (45+ miles) and hilly terrain. Great ride for the cycling couple, or a small tour group.
The Newburyport to Salem Coastal Road Ride is a long hilly road ride, with lots of coastline scenic views. This ride is designed to be more riding focus than the other road rides. Other (shorter) rides I have listed have a lot of leisure time built in, taking you to better viewing locations.
While this ride has some wonderful view points and scenic stops, this ride is 60+ miles and endless rolling hills.. Plan for a long ride day.
Starting in Plymouth Mass, this ride is an Advanced-Level Road Ride with 80+ miles of coastline riding back up to Boston. A fairly flat ride, the route keeps you off the main roads and on the coastline as much as possible. Expect 6 – 10 hours for this ride.
Many of the rides use the MBTA Train System to start or end a ride. These (3) rides are good examples of that.
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