Sign up for the Buzzards Bay watershed ride
The Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride returns for its 16th year on Sunday, Oct. 3.
The annual bike ride to raise funds for the Buzzards Bay Coalition includes a 35, 75, or 100-mile route that winds past coastal farmlands, beaches, cranberry bogs, and scenic harbors on the way to Woods Hole, where all cyclists finish the ride.
Routes start in Little Compton, RI, Westport, and Rochester.
Funds go to support the Buzzards Bay Coalition in its mission to reduce pollution and keep the water in Buzzards Bay clean.
More than 300 cyclists participate in the Watershed Ride each year, pedaling through 11 coastal communities and passing more than 3,300 acres of conservation land protected by the Buzzards Bay Coalition and other conservation organizations.
Cyclists are supported with a food truck lunch stop, water and snack stations every 20 miles, bike mechanics, and shuttles for both people and bikes.
To learn more or sign up for the ride, visit www.savebuzzardsbay.org/ride.