Paper Maps are also available.
Phone mounts can be rented upon request.
City View Tour – 12 miles
This tour is an excellent introduction to the city, as it traverses almost all of our beautiful neighborhoods. This route has some small hills and is divided about 75% on streets and 25% on bike paths.
Boston Harbor Tour – 12 miles
If you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air, try this route which sticks close to the edge of Boston Harbor and affords gorgeous views of the city, especially in the evening. Appropriate for all riders, there is almost no elevation change across the route. Most of the route is on city streets, but many of the roads have bike lanes on them.
Tour de Cambridge – 12 miles
Cambridge is renowned as one of America’s most bicycle-friendly cities. This route will allow you to experience the atmosphere and appeal of Cambridge as only possible on two wheels. Touted as “Boston’s Left Bank,” Cambridge is a hotspot of arts, technology, and academia.
Tour de Boston – 13 miles
Want to go along the water but avoid the waves? Try this tour! It follows the beautiful Charles River Esplanade, and travels on both the Boston and Cambridge sides. Nearly dead flat, it’s appropriate for any rider, and avoids streets almost all of the way.
Emerald Necklace Tour – 18 miles
See the greener side of the city! This route runs the length of Frederick Law Olmstead’s famous Emerald Necklace park. This route is split about 50/50 between paths and streets, and has a number of rolling hills.
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