The repository contains cue sheets for CRW and other rides, and maps for some rides.
A description of the abbreviations used in these cue sheets is contained in the Cue Sheet Conventions.
Wonder where those arrows you've seen on the road go? Consult our Ride Arrow Design page for information. If you're leading a ride, this will show you what designs to copy or avoid.
To see where the rides starts are on a map, go to the Ride Starts Map page.
We have a library of GPS routes for some of these rides that can be used with mapping programs and downloaded to GPS units.
The elevation gains quoted are derived by importing the route files into DeLorme Topo USA 6.0, which calculates the profile for the route. Your elevation gain may differ.
These cue sheets are offered for your personal use, NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE. Other organizations wishing to lead one of these rides should check with CRW first. CRW Ride leaders wishing to use one of these routes as a CRW ride should contact the leader first, if one is listed, to avoid potential conflicts.
NOTE: The routes in this collection represent rides that in some cases occurred several years ago. Present road conditions and locations may not exactly match the cues provided, and these should be used primarily as a guide. Several of the longer rides in this series are extremely difficult, and should be undertaken only with adequate preparation,
Ride are grouped as indicated below. To see the rides in a section click on the section name
|Central||Most of ride is inside Route 128|
|North||Ride is North of Boston, north of Route 128, east of Route 93|
|South||Ride is South of Boston, west of Route 128, south of Route 2|
|West||Ride is West of Boston, west of Route 128, north of Route 2|
|Centuries||Rides of 100 miles or more|
|Farther Afield||Rides outside the Boston metropolitan area|
|GEAR 98||Rides from the LAB rally at Babson College in 1998|
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Other Ride Information
Do you have a favorite local ride? Send new cue sheets or corrections to cuesheets in the library to to . Tab delimited ASCII or spreadsheet format is preferred following our cuesheet conventions.