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Gear Up for Will Bike 4 Food

May 18 2017
Will Bike 4 Food Kickoff Event Mill 180 Park , 180 Pleasant Street, Ste. 217 Easthampton, MA
Join us for a special kickoff event for the annual ride to end hunger. Whether you’ve already registered for this year’s Will Bike 4 Food  (Sept. 24) or simply want to learn more, you’re [continue reading]

Sweet Spoken Spring Tweed Ride in Northampton, May 21

May 17 2017
May 21 at 2 PM – 5 PM Armory St, Northampton, MA 01060, United States Tickets Available:
Join Sweet Spoken for our third annual Spring Tweed Ride on Sunday, May 21st from Downtown Northampton to Look Park! The perfect way to finish up Bike Week with your family and friends, we [continue reading]

City-wide Pedestrian and Bicycle Comprehensive Plan| Northampton

Feb 17 2016
The Friend of Northampton Trails and Greenways’ Office of Planning & Sustainability staff and consultants are inviting the public to join them in an interactive discussion of public vision and goals that will improve walking and cycling in the city of Northampton. Happening Monday, March 7th starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Northampton Senior Center (67 Conz [continue reading]

All Out Adventures

Jan 10 2010
The mission of All Out Adventures is to promote health, community, and independence for people with disabilities and their family and friends through outdoor recreation.
They run biking, hiking, kayaking, ice skating and other programs at parks, skating rinks and bike paths across the state. They provide trained staff and specialized [continue reading]

Easthampton to Northampton Bicycle Commuting, 2008

Nov 17 2008
missing imageOld Springfield Road along the Pynchon Meadows
It was my pleasure to bicycle commute from Easthampton to Northampton once or twice a week during the summer of 2008. I tried a few different routes before settling on one that skirted the edge of the Acadia Wildlife Sanctuary and the Oxbow. On several evenings I [continue reading]

Bike Paths & Rail Trails

Nov 2 2008
Published by under Bike Paths
Manhan Rail Trail – 4.2 miles – South Street, Easthampton to the Mount Tom Junction at route 5 in Northampton. Runs near the Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary.
Norwottuck Trail – 9 miles – Connects Northampton, Hadley and Amherst, parallel to route 9. Uses an old railroad bridge with a great view [continue reading]

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