What we're about
Welcome! BCC is a motorcycle meet-up group for riders of 2 and 3-wheeled motorized vehicles. It doesn't matter what you ride, only that you ride. Our group is about enjoying the backcountry roads of New England at a leisurely pace in a relaxed social atmosphere. Rides start a variety of places along Route 128 or 495, or other easily-accessible locations then head out for some great country roads. The ride could be a few hours or a full-day. We even do multi-day rides. “It's the not the Destination, It's the Journey.”
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About our Rides...
A posted ride will have a reasonable map of the ride and a list of planned stops. We usually end up near or where we started and plan rest stops with bathrooms and fuel every 60-90 minutes within a ride.
Rides are typically planned to avoid highways, but if we have to use one you will know before signing up for a ride and we'll keep the highway travel to a minimum. Our ride leaders set a pace that is within 5-10 MPH of the posted speed limit. If you have the need for speed, this isn't the group for you.
Rides often stop for a casual meal, ice cream, etc. along the way and we generally avoid chain restaurants.
Riders are always welcome to leave a ride early, but please communicate this with the Ride Leader so that no one is waiting and wondering.
We’re also about safety...
We believe in "Safe Riding Skills" which includes our members having a minimum of 1- year or 2000 miles of riding experience, and understanding the MSF Group Riding protocol. Here's a good, 10-minute video on group riding. Bottom line - you must be comfortable with, and have the riding skills necessary to safely ride in a staggered motorcycle formation, maintaining a 2-second gap between you and the bike in front of you, without drifting from side to side in your lane or lagging behind. You must also be able to understand, act on, and pass along group safety hand signals. Click here for the MSF hand signals that we use. Ride leaders conduct a safety briefing before each ride including a review of commonly used hand signals.
Boston Countryside Cruisers is free to join for a 30-day trial period, after which you will be asked for an annual dues payment of $5.00 if you wish to remain with the group.
All members and back-seat or side-car passengers must complete our 2022 Waiver Form which you MUST fill out online BEFORE your first ride with us. Fill out the form here: click for W-22 Form
All Boston Countryside Cruisers rides will:
• Be open to all 2 or 3 wheeled motorized conveyances.
• Be thoughtfully planned.
• BE DRUG and ALCOHOL FREE.
• Usually have 10 or fewer vehicles.
• Stay within 10 mph of the speed limit nearly all of the time.
• Choose back roads over highways.
• Be a relaxed and fun way to meet other riders.
2022 Leadership Group:
"TJ" Co-Organizer 
Karen S. Assistant organizer 
Kevin Buckley Event Organizer 
Bob G. Event organizer 
George Faidell Event organizer 
Kelly Event Organizer 
Steve W, Event Organizer 
Mike P. Event Organizer 
Our Founding Organizer, emeritus, Kevin Buckley, Joined Aug 30, 2013, retired from Leadership Team 2018 & Back 2020.
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