Ride with Bike Newton to Drumlin Farm on August 12

Ride with Bike Newton on Sunday, August 12 from 11am-2pm as they ride through Waltham, Weston and Lincoln on Rt. 117 to the Mass. Audubon’s Drumlin Farm. Bring a picnic lunch, or buy one en route. The group can tour the farm if riders would like to. Return via the same route, with an optional stop at Dairy Queen on the way back! Meet in front of the Star Market on Austin St. (33 Austin Street, Newtonville), and they’ll leave promptly at 11am. This is a family-friendly, “no-rider-left-behind” ride and all ages are invited, but all young children must be accompanied by an adult. Bike helmets are required. 18 miles roundtrip. Be sure to check bikenewton.org for last-minute changes. Approximate route.

 

More Group Rides:

August 20 @ 6pm-7:30pm
Group Bike Ride to Auburndale Cove
Start at: Newton Main Library (330 Homer Street, Newton)
Take a pleasant Loop on the Commonwealth Ave. Carriage lane to Auburndale, through the Cove north and along Charles river path in Waltham, to Newtonville and back to the Library. Meet in front of the Newton Main library on Homer St. in Newton Center, and we’ll leave promptly at 6pm. This is a family-friendly, “no-rider-left-behind” ride and all ages are invited, but all young children must be accompanied by an adult.
Bike helmets are required. 10 miles roundtrip. Be sure to check bikenewton.org for last-minute changes.
Approximate route.

August 26 @ 10am-2pm
Group Bike Ride to Decordova Museum Lincoln
Start at: Star Market (33 Austin Street, Newtonville)
Take a trip to the Decordova Museum in Lincoln. Bring a picnic lunch or dine at their Café. Admission is free for anyone biking! We can stay for as long as the group would like to. And, an optional stop at Dairy Queen on the way home! Meet in front of the Star Market on Austin St. in Newtonville, and we’ll leave promptly at 10am. This is a family-friendly, “no-rider-left-behind” ride and all ages are invited, but all young children must be accompanied by an adult. Bike helmets are required. 20 miles roundtrip. Be sure to check bikenewton.org for last-minute changes.
Approximate route.

September 3 @ 10am-1pm
Group Bike Ride to Chinatown for Dim Sum
Start at: Star Market (33 Austin Street, Newtonville)
Take a ride along the Charles River and North Beacon St., Brighton and Comm. Ave’s to Chinatown for DimSum brunch. Have the option either to bike back to Newton or take your bike on the commuter rail from South Station. Trains leave at 12:40, 2:20, 4:20pm. Meet in front of the Star Market on Austin St. in Newtonville, and we’ll leave promptly at 10am. This is a family-friendly, “no-rider-left-behind” ride and all ages are invited, but all young children must be accompanied by an adult.
Bike helmets are required. 10 (or 20) miles roundtrip. Be sure to check bikenewton.org for last-minute changes. Approximate route.

September 9 @ 10am-12pm
Group Bike Ride to Fresh Pond
Start at: Star Market (33 Austin Street, Newtonville)
Starting in Newtonville, we’ll ride down Mt. Auburn St. through Watertown and Cambridge to Fresh Pond, work our way around the pond and head back with a little pass through Mt. Auburn Cemetery and along the Charles River back to Newton. Meet in front of the Star Market on Austin St, in Newtonville, and we’ll leave promptly at 10 am. This is a family-friendly, “no-rider-left-behind” ride and all ages are invited, but all young children must be accompanied by an adult. Bike helmets are required. 13 miles roundtrip. Be sure to check bikenewton.org for last-minute changes. Approximate route.

September 17 @ 6pm-7:30pm
Group Ride Bike Ride to Newton Community Farm and Nahanton Park
Start at: Newton Main Library (330 Homer Street, Newton)
Take a loop from the Library via Parker St, Dedham St and Nahanton St to the Newton Community Farm (just a ride-by) and then through Nahanton Park and returning to the Library via Winchester and Walnut Sts. And we’ll take in a little of Crystal Lake as well. Meet in front of the Newton Main library on Homer St. in Newton Center, and we’ll leave promptly at 6pm. This is a family-friendly, “no-rider-left-behind” ride and all ages are invited, but all young children must be accompanied by an adult. Bike helmets are required. 8 miles roundtrip. Be sure to check bikenewton.org for last-minute changes. Approximate route.

September 23 @ 10am-12pm
Group Bike Ride to Arsenal Mall/Charles River/Russo’s
Start at: Newton Main Library (330 Homer Street, Newton)
Take a trip to the Arsenal Mall area, along the Charles north and south side, and other city streets. It will show you how easy it is to get to the Arsenal and Watertown Malls, and to Russo’s market in Waltham, and what a nice bike ride it can be! Group can decide which store we want to go to, if any. Meet at the Newton Library on Homer St., and we’ll leave promptly at 10am. This is a family-friendly, “no-rider-left-behind” ride and all ages are invited, but all young children must be accompanied by an adult. Bike helmets are required. 12 miles roundtrip. Be sure to check bikenewton.org for last-minute changes. Approximate route.

September 29 @ 2-6pm
Group Bike Ride to Berklee Beantown Jazz Fest
Start at: Star Market (33 Austin Street, Newtonville)
Join us for a ride to Columbus Ave. in the South End for the annual Beantown Jazz Festival which runs from 12 noon to 6pm. A loop would take us more along the Charles River path one way, and more along streets of Boston, Allston, Brighton and Newton the other way. Meet in front of the Star Market on Austin St, in Newtonville, and we’ll leave promptly at 2pm. This is a family-friendly, “no-rider-left-behind” ride and all ages are invited, but all young children must be accompanied by an adult. Bike helmets are required. It would be advisable to bring some night-biking gear: lights and a reflective jacket, in case we stay to the very end, as it may start getting dark at the end of the trip back. 17 miles roundtrip. Be sure to check bikenewton.org for last-minute changes. Approximate route.

October 7 @ 10am-3pm
Group Bike Ride to Honk Fest Parade – Somerville to Harvard Sq.
Start at: Star Market (33 Austin Street, Newtonville)
Take a ride to the start of the Honk Fest parade from Davis Square in Somerville to Harvard Square. You can bike in the parade and it’s always a very fun event! We’ll bike through Watertown and Cambridge and arrive in Davis Sq. in time for the start, then hang out in Harvard Sq. for a bit, and then head back to Newton via the Charles river path. Meet in front of the Star Market on Austin St, in Newtonville, and we’ll leave promptly at 10 am. This is a family-friendly, “no-rider-left-behind” ride and all ages are invited, but all young children must be accompanied by an adult.  Bike helmets are required. 14 miles roundtrip.
Be sure to check bikenewton.org for last-minute changes. Approximate route.