CRW Rides List

Helmets are required on CRW rides.
Non-members are welcome to ride with us and experience what the CRW offers. At the start we will ask you to sign up for the ride by completing a liability waiver form. If you like our rides and want to continue to ride with the CRW, we urge you to become a CRW member. Membership dues support the CRW Ride Program and other club activities.Click to Join CRW


December 2018

Saturday - December 1, 2018
Ride Start: Duck Feeding Area, 148 Norumbega Rd, Weston, MA (map)
Ride Type: GPS
Times and Routes: 10:02 for 51, 45, or 26 miles
RWGPS Links: 26 mile route    45 mile route    51 mile route   
Leader(s): Barry Nelson
Description: This ride goes on quiet roads to discover the low income neighborhoods in Weston, Wayland, Sudbury, Lincoln, Concord, and Carlisle.
Please print your own Cue sheet and bring it to the ride if you do not have a GPS device.

Sunday - December 2, 2018
Ride Start: Cambridge Common Park (1/2 mi north of Harvard Square), 1556 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA (map)
Ride Type: Cue sheet, GPS, Map
Times and Routes: 10:30 AM for 23 and 34 miles
RWGPS Links: 23 mile route    34 mile route   
Leader(s): Eric Ferioli
Description: Join us for the first Winter Ride of the Season, and a taste of rides to come. This is the season to share in the fun. Meet at the monument in the middle of the Cambridge Common.

Tuesday - December 4, 2018
Ride Start: Old South Meeting House, 310 Washing Street, Boston, MA (map)
Ride Type: Evening
Times and Routes: 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Description: This past month, CRW made a grant of $4,000 to LivableStreets to help underwrite two of their bicycle advocacy events.  CRW members are invited and encouraged to attend these events, one of which is coming up on Tuesday, December 4th:
Join us for the 8th Annual StreetTalk 10-in-1 as we invite 10 innovative transportation and community thinkers to take the stage and share their big ideas. Enjoy 10 rapid-fire "TED"-style talks, with plenty of inspiration to be had! Topics include: Weird Advocacy That Worked and Didn't with Transit Alliance Miami, Designing Playful Cities, Bringing Autonomous Vehicles to Boston's Streets, Evaluating Boston's Bike Network in Terms of Low-Stress Accessibility and Access to Jobs and Other Destinations, Lessons from Mexico City, and more. One of our most popular events of the year - don't miss it! 

 
RSVP required, but event is free!
8th Annual StreetTalk 10-in-1

Tuesday, December 04, 2018 at 5:30pm – 8:30pm


 

Saturday - December 8, 2018
Ride Start: Burchard Field, 269 Concord Rd, Weston, MA (map)
Ride Type: GPS
Times and Routes: 10:02 for 28 miles
RWGPS Links: 28 mile route   
Leader(s): Barry Nelson
Description: Celebrate the late fall season with a short ride before you go to the CRW Holiday party tonight. There are over 100 members who are worried about weight gain when they eat too much at the party, so they requested this ride. You do NOT need to have registered for the party to participate in this ride. Since the forecast is for cool temperatures, you should have a warm jacket, gloves, and tights to enjoy this ride. There will be an optional coffee stop in Concord to warm up in the middle of the ride.
Please print your own Cue sheet and bring it to the ride if you do not have a GPS device.

Sunday - December 9, 2018
Ride Start: Wellesley High School, 50 Rice St, Wellesley, MA (map)
Ride Type: Arrowed, Cue sheet, GPS
Times and Routes: 10:30 am for 25 and 45 miles
RWGPS Links: 23 mile route    46 mile route   
Leader(s): Eric Ferioli
Description: Rides head south through the neighboring towns on quiet roads. The short ride goes through Westwood and Dover. The long ride goes by Willett's Pond in Norwood then through Sharon.

Sunday - December 16, 2018
Ride Start: Natick Common, 6 Main St, Natick, MA (map)
Ride Type: Arrowed, Cue sheet, GPS
Times and Routes: 10:30 AM for 29 and 38 miles
RWGPS Links: 29 mile route    38 mile route   
Leader(s): Eric Ferioli
Description: Route goes to the southwest through pretty roads in Dover, Medfield, Millis, and Sherborn.
 If you need a cue sheet for navigation please print one from the link below. Please note that parking is limited at the ride start.

Sunday - December 23, 2018
Ride Start: Cutler Park Reservation, 112 Kendrick St, Needham, MA (map)
Ride Type: Cue sheet, GPS
Times and Routes: 10:30 AM for 19, 27, and 42 miles
RWGPS Links: 19 mile route    28 mile route    41 mile route   
Leader(s): Eric Ferioli
Description: This is a classic CRW ride on scenic rolling roads through Needham, Dover, Sherborn, and Medfield.