CRW Cranberry Harvest Virtual Challenge





Spend the day touring through the cranberry bogs of Southeastern Massachusetts with rides from 50 to 100 miles long. The roads are mostly backcountry, and you should have some magnificent views along the rides




We are disappointed to announce that the Town of Middleborough will not allow the club to use the Nichols Middle School as a start and finish location for the Cranberry Harvest Century. The Chief of Police and Board of Selectmen have cited concerns about safety and lack of general benefit to the Town of Middleborough.


Because this unexpected decision just occurred, we do not have other options for this key part of the ride. We will cancel the 2021 Cranberry Harvest in-person century.

Instead, we will hold a virtual challenge all day on Sunday 3 October 2021.

Volunteers will be at the following locations to meet and greet you with food & hydration supplies:

  • Mattapoisett Wharf
  • Myles Standish State Forest headquarters

The rest stops will be stocked with generous servings of:

  • Cold brew Starbucks coffee
  • Cliff energy bars, shots, & gels
  • Scratch hydration mix & chews
  • Cape Cod potato chips
  • Vermont meat sticks
  • Oreos variety pack
  • M&Ms variety pack

Restrooms will be available at rest stops.

A virtual challenge means that you will ride a route of your choosing by yourself or with friends. We will offer:

  1. Multiple distance routes ranging from 50–100 miles
  2. Multiple starting locations from Kingston & Myles Standish state park
  3. Multiple options for using MBTA commuter rail for public transport

Route options available are:

  1. 52mi from Kingston
  2. 77mi from Kingston
  3. 101mi Century from Kingston
  4. 58mi from Myles Standish
  5. 70mi from Myles Standish

We are making minor edits to these routes. Expect final copies to be available on Thursday 30 September 2021.

We will not have any start or finish activities. Parking is on your own at one of these locations:

  1. Kingston MBTA Station, 134 Marion Dr, Kingston, MA 02364. Total parking spaces: 1,030. Daily fee on Sunday: $2.
  2. Kingston commuter train schedule available at Weekend pass is $10.00.
  3. Myles Standish State Park near College Pond. Daily parking fees MA residents $8 & Non-MA residents $30.

You must have the wrist band that you collect from Myles Standish rest stop. We will also provide a $2.00 refund for parking at the Kingston MBTA station.

If you have singed up for the in-person century and do not wish to participate in the virtual challenge, you may request a refund for the ride from century [at] The deadline for requesting a refund is the end of Monday 27 September 2021.




Sunday - October 3, 2021
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM from Kingston MBTA Station and Myles Standish State Forest
Ride type: 

Click HERE for descriptions of the ride types.


Routes and Cue Sheets from RWGPS

Miles Elevation Print Download
57 2,588 ft Cue sheet GPX
58 2,332 ft Cue sheet GPX
70 3,142 ft Cue sheet GPX
79 3,469 ft Cue sheet GPX
101 3,881 ft Cue sheet GPX

Ride Start

Kingston MBTA Station

134 Marion Dr.
Kingston , MA

Option1: Ride the Commuter Rail. The Kingston Line originates in South Station

Option 2: Drive on Route 3 south of Boston to Exit 17

At Exit 17, head right on the ramp toward Rocky Nook / Smith Lane, and then bear right onto Cranberry Rd
Turn left onto Gallen Rd
Turn right onto Marion Dr
Turn left into the station parking lot