CRW Rides are open to members and limited guests. Guests may only attend two rides before joining.
All riders (both Members and Guests) must REGISTER

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If a rider has not pre-registered, that rider must do so online at the start of the ride. 

The online registration will include a liability waiver that all riders will need to review and accept. 

The online registration will also require all riders to review CRW’s Safety and COVID Guidelines and to agree to follow those guidelines on the ride.


Calling all Ride Leaders! Join us for a Winter kick off ride and share some heady camaraderie with your Ride Leader buddies! Two ride lengths to warm you up starting from Craft Food Hall Project-City Point in Waltham. Both routes will take you out to thru Lincoln, Sudbury and return via Weston. Both rides take you past Ponyhenge and across the scenic Sherman Bridge. The long route has a rest stop at Verril Farm. But don't get filled up because we will gather back at Craft Food Hall Project-City Point where CRW gladly thanks you with some hearty slices of pizza and a glass of beer or wine for being the best Ride Leaders around! Sorry, no rest stop on the short route  (This ride is for Ride leaders only.) We will let you know if any snowflakes will put us off our ride, but think positive!


The ride start is Craft Food Hall Project-City Point at 200 5th Avenue Waltham. If coming from the north take I95S to Exit 43A to Totten Pond Road to 3rd Avenue to Prospect Hill Lane to 5th Avenue.

Date: Saturday Dec 4, 2021
Ride type: 
Show and Go

Click HERE for descriptions of the ride types.


Routes and Cue Sheets from RWGPS

Miles Elevation Print Download
22 1,114 ft Cue sheet GPX
33 1,529 ft Cue sheet GPX

Ride Start

Craft Food Hall Project - City Point

200 5th Avenue
Waltham , MA

From Route 128 southbound, take exit 43A (after the underpass) cross over the highway and turn right onto Third Avenue; turn left onto Prospect Hill Lane. From Route 128 norhbound, the exit takes you directly onto Prospect Hill Lane; which becomes Fifth Avenue where it turns 90 degrees to the right. 200 Fifth Avenue is on the left before the top of the hill.

From Main street Waltham: take Border Road, which becomes Fifth Avenue. There is a gate where they join, and it is closed during morning and evening peak hours on weekdays -- but you can get around it on your bicycle!


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