Trip report

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Road Cycling DATE: 09/22/2018 - 09/22/2018

Trip/Event Location: Boston, MA

Trip Leader(s): benj58

Max # People: 5

Trip Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money

Difficulty Level: Easy

Join Neil B. and co-leader Alan V. for "pier-to-pier 'networking'" of Boston's waterfront by bike. Starting from South Station we'll bike out to the Black Falcon

Driving directions to the location and spot to meet at:

We're meeting at the main entrance to South Station, corner of Atlantic Ave. and Summer St. in Boston. On weekends, bicycles may be brought on Orange, Blue, and Red Line trains. Unfortunately, they are prohibited on the Green Line. We strongly recommend parking at a 'T' station outside of the city, and taking the Red Line subway to South Station. Quincy Adams, Braintree, or Alewife on the Red Line are good options. Oak Grove, Malden Center, Sullivan Square, or Forest Hills are Orange Line parking options. Blue Line stations with parking include Suffolk Downs and Orient Heights.

Directions from Red Line: Take the subway to South Station.

Directions from Orange Line: Get off at Downtown Crossing. Walk and/or ride your bike southeast on Summer St., away from the Boston Common, to the corner of Atlantic Ave.

Directions from Blue Line: Get off at Aquarium. Walk and/or ride your bike south on Atlantic Ave., away from the Marriott Long Wharf hotel, to South Station.

Downtown Parking: If you plan to drive and park in Boston, the best deal would be the Post Office Square Parking Garage located at 55 Pearl Street. Their weekend parking is posted at $9 for the day.

Note: If you take the 'T', you may have to carry your bike up/down one or more sets of stairs.

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Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate

Waltham, MA

United States

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate to Strenuous

Boston, MA

United States

Outdoor Fitness Level: Moderate

Boston, MA

United States
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