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The short ride travels through Weston, Wayland, Sudbury, Concord and Lincoln; the long ride adds Acton and Carlisle. The lunch stop is in Concord Center. The terrain is rolling.
There will be post-ride refreshments on the lawn at the Spellman Museum following the ride. The museum will be open after the ride


This ride has traditionally been arrowed but due to delay in delivery of paint, it may not be arrowed this year. Cue sheets and GPS are available. Arrows for this ride (if it is arrowed) are headless (just a line) and so turns are indicated by angling them at 45 degrees to the right or left of straight ahead. Arrowing stops just short of Concord Center due to Concord's concern with arrow pollution; departure from Concord center is east on Route 2A, then take first right. The cue sheet for the short ride includes a map of Concord Center. Cue sheets handed out at the ride start will be printed back to back, so you can choose either ride length.

Sunday - June 23, 2019
9:30 AM for 45 miles
10:00 AM for 29 miles
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Cue sheet

Routes and Cue Sheets from RWGPS

Miles Elevation Print Download
28 1,158 ft Cue sheet GPX
45 1,933 ft Cue sheet GPX

Ride Start

Spellman Museum of Stamps and Postal History

241 Wellesley St
Weston , MA

From Rte 20, take School Street (at the Weston center traffic light) approx. 0.5 miles south and bear right on Wellesley Street. Continue about 1.0 miles to the museum, on the right, after the Regis College campus. From Rte 30, take Wellesley Street (at the traffic light near Weston High School) approx. 0.4 miles north to the museum, which is on the left. Park in the large parking lot on the right of the driveway just past the museum -- not in the small lot behind the museum.

Or take commuter rail--Framingham-Worcester line to Wellesley Farms -- Schedule here -- or Fitchburg line to Kendall Green -- schedule here: