Sounds like a sweet adventure!
It was - blissfully a beautiful day here. Had my son working as stoker on the tandem. When you live near a river like the Charles, you take it for granted and don't think about where it came from, and how it changes over its course. Topography was mostly so flat that until you get close to Boston the river was never useful for industry, so it is overwhelmingly rural countryside. Saw the nesting swans, flushed a great blue heron at one point. Love "adventure rides"!
http://bikemass351.com/ROM%20Apr18.html has the ride details
Appreciate that Marc. This is one I have had in my back pocket for a long time. Today ended up being the day!
Enjoyed the ever-informative blog entry. Thanks for sharing, and for the pics.
Thanks for that Marc, and hopefully we can co-create another blog entry soon! Today was a history lesson- reminder how geography defines how the land gets used
That is awesome! It’s amazing how much we can learn from the land
Short sleeves and miles, fantastic day Michael 👊
Amen to that Matthew Williams. Fingers crossed, but felt today like spring was finally here!
Pedal de ouro Michael McKay ... parabéns
Great ride Mike!! Looks like an awesome route as well.
Appreciate that Ben -- I was overall pleased with the route -- you never know when you go exploring what you will find, outside of a mile long stretch through Bellingham where the "road" was a total mess, I would enjoy doing all of it again.
Fantastic Ride Mike!!
Thanks for that Philip Kirby! One of those days you will remember for a long time!
Nice ride Mike 👍
Thanks for that Mervyn, not your epic Mallorca excursion, but we take advantage of what we have :)
Yeah, for sure. Riding with family is just as special though.
Feel lucky to have a son who is willing to spend an afternoon with Dad on the tandem. Was a brilliant day in our neck of the woods.
Huuuuuuuuuuuuurrraaaaaaaa Michael McKay .... Granfondo of gold, man
Falcao -- your enthusiasm is so motivating!! -- obrigado!