We did this ride last year and it was a large great group, 26 ppl attended. It was perfect weather with perfect company, let's do it again!
This is a short trip but worth the beauty. It's about 6 miles one way, the first 3 are on paved road and the rest on gravel/crushed stone and some small rocks, so HYBRID and/or MOUNTAIN BIKES are a must but if you are doing the first half then a road bike is acceptable. I made this an hour earlier than last year so some ppl can enjoy the beach for a while.
$2 entrance fee for bikes.
From Route 95 take exit 57 and travel east on Route 113, then continue straight onto Route 1A South to the intersection with Rolfe’s Lane for a total of 3.5 miles (5.6kilometers). Turn left onto Rolfe’s Lane and travel 0.5 miles (0.8 kilometers) to its end. Turn right onto the Plum Island Turnpike and the parking lot is not too far from there. We will bike from the parking lot. Some ppl parked across the street last year, that is not the one but if you do then just meet us at the visitor center.
**As always bring your helmet and plenty of water and sunscreen. This ride is along with traffic outside and inside the refuge so if you are skiddish around cars and biking on street this may not be appropriate for you.** We will eat at the Beachcoma like last year.