Our flagship tour, this route is an excellent introduction to Boston! This ride has some small hills and is divided about 75% on streets and 25% on bike paths. Please note that this route is subject to change based on construction and events in our dynamic city.
Cambridge is renowned as one of America’s most bicycle-friendly cities. This route allows 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.
This family-friendly bike route avoids riding on streets with cars, following the Dudley White Bike Path along the Charles River. Nearly dead flat, it’s appropriate for any rider and avoids streets almost all of the way. It also includes a visit to the USS Constitution at the Charlestown Navy Yard.
You can continue farther down the river (all the way to Waltham) or you can take any of the bridges to cross the Charles River and come back when you please. The route as shown crosses at the Weeks Footbridge near Harvard Square.
See the greener side of the city! This cycling route runs the length of Frederick Law Olmstead’s famous Emerald Necklace system of parks. This route is split about 50/50 between paths and streets, and has a number of rolling hills. After riding through the Arnold Arboretum, this route returns to the city on the Southwest Corridor.