Cape in a Day or Two Classic

Boston, Massachusetts

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Many cyclists in New England dream about riding from Boston to Cape Cod—it’s a fantasy trip, one they plan to do someday. For others, this tour is an annual event—thanks largely to the American Youth Hostels (AYH), which sponsors an annual 125-mile ride from Boston to Provincetown (at the tip of Cape Cod) in late June. For all but the most experienced cyclists, pedaling from Boston to Cape Cod is a challenge best tackled in a group. Nowadays there’s also a fund-raising ride from Stockbridge in western Massachusetts to Provincetown, as well as a shorter, 85-mile ride from Plymouth to Provincetown, sponsored by the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC).
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by Paul Thomas (The Globe Pequot Press)

Many cyclists in New England dream about riding from Boston to Cape Cod—it’s a fantasy trip, one they plan to do someday. For others, this tour is an annual event—thanks largely to the American Youth Hostels (AYH), which sponsors an annual 125-mile ride from Boston to Provincetown (at the tip of Cape Cod) in late June.

For all but the most experienced cyclists, pedaling from Boston to Cape Cod is a challenge best tackled in a group. Nowadays there’s also a fund-raising ride from Stockbridge in western Massachusetts to Provincetown, as well as a shorter, 85-mile ride from Plymouth to Provincetown, sponsored by the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC).

©  Paul Thomas/The Globe Pequot Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Boston
Distance: 115
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Difficult
Driving Directions: Directions to Cape in a Day (or Two) Classic

Recent Trail Reviews

5/11/2007
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This is generic road directions that a simpleton could figure out on their own.


5/21/2006
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DO NOT USE THIS GUIDE. I don't know about the trail but this trail guide is relatively useless.



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