“Quincy a City on the move....”
Join Quincycles and the Mayor’s Bicycle Commission for the 2nd annual Ride the Spine of Quincy.
WHEN: Saturday, May 14 (Rain Date May 21) 8:30 am
WHERE: Meet at 180 Old Colony Ave, E.N.C. Campus
WHEN: April 16th , 9:00 am – 10:15am WHERE: Meet at Squantum Point Park ROUTE: We will ride to and over the Neponset Bridge to Point Norfolk and then ride the Neponset River trail and return. Coffee and pastry at Cream and Sugar. DISTANCE: Our Easy Rider Rides are 5-8 miles long RIDE LEADER: Bob Mackey Please review our Ride Guidelines prior to the...
WHEN: April 9, 7:30am to 9:30am WHERE: Meet at 34 Coddington Street, Quincy ROUTE: Ride to East Milton, to Brook Rd. to Neponset River Trail, cross Neponset Bridge to Commander Shea Blvd. to Marina Bay (a short break) and make our way back to Quincy Center. Coffee and pastry at Gunther Tooties DISTANCE: approximately 15 miles RIDE LEADER: Mike...
Quincycles is a group of Quincy residents advocating for bicycle infrastructure on our city streets and promoting responsible bicycling as a means of transportation, recreation, and exercise in Quincy. We are resident led and organized and encourage participation from all types of bicyclists: commuter, recreational, year-round, seasonal, in all types of weather, only on warm sunny days, long distance, short distance, every once-in-awhile, to every single day cyclists. We work closely with the City of Quincy Mayor’s Bicycle Commission established in May 2013 to identify issues of concern and safety for Quincy bicyclists.
Annual membership dues are $25 with all proceeds going towards supporting bicycling in Quincy. Subscribe via Paypal
Or send a check payable to “Quincycles” to our treasurer:
Meeting Schedule Unless otherwise announced, monthly Quincycles meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at Quincy City Hall. Meetings begin at 7:30pm immediately following the conclusion of the Mayor’s Bicycle Commission which meets at 6:30pm.
For additional information, please check back or email us at Quincycles@gmail.com.
In January 2015 our City Council adopted the MAPC Bicycle and Pedestrian Network Plan for Quincy. See that plan for yourself here.