Biking the NH Coast - Seabrook up to Odiorne Point State Park & Back

  • June 14, 2014 · 10:30 AM
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This is always a Great ride :)

Anyone who has driven or biked the NH Coast along 1A, knows how nice & scenic it is with long rolling hills along the way, nice beach homes with perfectly landscaped yards & plenty to see along the way. There are nesting swans in Eel Pond just before Jenness Beach. There are a few places along the way for snacks or water.

** we will plan on stopping for ice cream at the Beach Plum on the ride back **

I know you are all wondering .. a Meetup at a Seafood Restaurant..?? Well there is a small town beach with a nice parking lot to the right of this Seafood restaurant that will allow for sufficient parking. We can meet here & ride North up route 1A to Odiorne Point State Park & then back. We usually break for a snack in the shade of the tree's at Odiorne Point, where can also use the facilities. 

After the days ride, join us at Castaways Seafood for a few drinks & appetizers. We can sit out on the deck which over looks the ocean. If you stay long enough you can watch the sunset on the upper deck.

This ride is approx. 14 miles one way so we will cover 28 miles total for the day.

** Pace will be Moderate to Fast (ave 12-15mph) would like the group to stay together - Sometimes breaking into 2 smaller groups, faster & slower but this is still a good paced ride.

** no guests please per this group's policy, please have them sign up & agree to the waiver - thanks

Castaways Seafood & Grille, 209 Ocean Blvd., Seabrook, NH 03874 - PH[masked]

http://www.castawaysseafoodandgrille.com/

Gear Requirements: any bike (road, hybrid or mountain bike - just make sure it is in good working condition), Helmet, spare tire. Please bring water, snack if you want, sun glasses. Clothing layers, as it might be chilly at the shore.

Your safety and the safety of the group is the most important thing, so come prepared so you don’t put yourself or others at risk. Bring your own gear and know how to use it.

As a condition of attending this activity you agree to release, hold harmless, and indemnify the organizer(s) and all members of this group from any and all claims for property damage, injury, and/or death, including those caused by negligence and/or other reasons. You also agree to assume all risk associated with this activity and agree to know and follow the Hiker Responsibility Code described at www.hikesafe.com. The leader(s) of this activity are volunteers; and you release, hold harmless, and indemnify the leader(s) and all members of this group from any and all claims for property damage, injury, illness, disability, and/or death - including those caused by negligence and/or other reasons.


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  • Sharon S.

    Had fun & weather turned out nice. Thanks for riding & see you guys soon :)

    1 · June 14

  • Sandy

    great ride nice small group and the day turned out good.

    June 14

  • Sandy

    It was a great ride got more miles than planned so that was good. And it turned out to be a really good day!!!

    June 14

  • Mark

    Little here, little there, some good laughs and a lot of miles, no rain though.
    No traffic, waves crashing over the sea wall.. I love that ride

    1 · June 14

  • Janet

    Thought for sure the ride would be cancelled. I have a sore knee and wouldn't be able to make it in time. Sorry.

    June 14

  • Pam

    I am going to ride on the Chelmsford bike path ten-thirty or ten-fifteen. Telling you all about it now, as forecast unchanged. Sorry last min cxl. folks but I know there is no rain now in Chelmsford,

    June 14

  • Sharon S.

    I am still hoping to ride. Driving out there anyways. Hope to see you there

    June 14

    • Janet

      Thought for sure the ride would be off. I'll still come if I can manage.

      June 14

  • Ruth E.

    Sorry, too wet for me.

    June 14

  • Sandy

    Well going to ride today anyways. Going even if you cancel. Got to hope for the best.

    June 14

  • Donnie

    Rain <bleh>

    June 14

  • Janet

    Looks like another rainy day.

    June 13

  • tom a.

    I am being optimistic that my ankle will heal by then. Even if it did, I will not be at the desired speed. I probably go at a slower pace or only do half the distance and join you guys for a beer afterwards. Going crazy sitting at home.

    May 23

    • Ruth E.

      Stay optimistic, I would love some one to keep me company in the "slow" group.

      May 25

    • Janet

      Tom - I get that you are bored out of your mind. I would be, too. It would be great to see you. Just make sure you don't overdo it. You will regret it if you sustain another injury and have a setback. I'd say you'd be kicking yourself, but your injury would prevent you from being able to do that :)

      May 27

  • Mark N.

    Is this ride for road bikes?

    May 27

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