Everyone’s invited to ride with NB Bike! Meet us in the Fort Taber parking lot at 5:45 pm. The ride starts at 6:00 pm. This event is free and free and open to the public.
See the route here
This is a 12.58 mi route beginning at Fort Taber in New Bedford, MA. The route has a total ascent of 340.45 ft and has a maximum elevation of 63.39 ft.
Don’t forget to register and log your miles with the League of American Bicyclists’s National Bike Challenge! Follow the link to join our team:
NATIONAL BIKE CHALLENGE
We will be CLOSED all day Monday Memorial day.
Please remember and honor ALL our military who allow us to live FREE.
GOD BLESS !!!
Bay State Bike Week
Celebration/Ride May 10th!
Come join us Saturday, May 10th for a Family Friendly event and ride through Fairhaven and Mattapoisett in celebration of Massachusetts Bay State Bike Week! Check in begins at 9:30 AM at Fort Phoenix in Fairhaven and the group rides will begin at 10:00 AM. Three rides will be offered this year, a short ride (about 8 miles), a medium ride (15-20 miles), and a long ride (30-40 miles). You must have a bicycle, helmet and signed waiver to participate.
There is no charge for the event, and Free Bay State Bike Week T-Shirts will be given to the first 75 to register!
Coming soon ….
Our first “Bike Swap” May 30-31 Bring your bike(s) ANY and ALL bikes accepted. You set the price you want…. We sell them for you !!
We get 35% you get the rest. OR you can take ALL the money in store credit !!!! WIN-WIN.
May is national bicycle month and now is the time to get a brand new bike !!!!
Clean out your shed, garage and cellar and SWAP THEM AT YESTERYEAR CYCLERY…. Fri-Sat May 30-31
The N.B.B.C. first ride of the season scheduled for Wed 4/23/14 @ 6:00 PM has been cancelled !! Watch Facebook and this blog for rain date info. COME ON SPRING !!!!
South Coast Bikeway
Hello to all!!! It appears that Spring is finally here along with the long awaited warmer weather. As you know that means bicycle riding weather!
Weather permitting we are looking to hold our first ride this coming weekend. It will be for beginners and intermediate. We will be riding the East Bay Bike path – more details to come.
The pace will be slow so that all riders can get those winter legs going again. So watch for more details in a day or two.
This ride will be perfect for those who want to start riding again but have left cycling many years ago. Get your bike out of the garage, basement, etc, and get it ready.
Brian Pearson / Chairman Bike Fall River