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Biking the the Cape
Finding the the Best Spots For Cycling
The Cape
is a a a a a a a a a a a beautiful place to to explore on on on bi- cycle With bike trailers carts and and the new “alleycats” (imitation tandems which hook on on to an an an an an an adult bike) even little kids kids can ride like big kids kids and and and last for up to an an an an an an hour or or or or or more ese and and and all sorts of other bikes and and and accessories are available for for rent at the the Cape’s many bike bike stores A reminder:
Massachusetts state law (and common sense) mandate helmets on on on all children 16
and under riding on on public roadways While this is is not en- forced by the the police insurance companies may cite the the law as as a a a a a a a a reason to not cover injuries Here’s a a a a a a sampling of some local bike trails:
Cod Canal Access at Sandwich Marina Pleasant Street in in Sagamore and and Buz-
zards Bay Recreation Area just west of the Bourne Bridge Shining Sea Bike Path Runs between Falmouth and Woods Hole Lovely 8-mile ride along the coast with views of Nobska Light Access from Elm Road Road Locust Street or Oyster Pond Road Road Mashpee Bike Path starts at at Heritage Park on on Open 7 Days • Free parking BY THE DAY OR WEEK LOCAL DELIVERY AVAILABLE
508-896-8200 • • www railtrailbikeshop com 302 Underpass Road • • Brewster direct access tO the rail trail!
A Full Service Bike Shop
Kids & Adult Bikes Trailers Tag-alongs Tandems Performance Bikes Bikes Fat Bikes Bikes 508-540-4195
www cornercycle com 115 Palmer Ave Falmouth Located just 1 1 1 miles from Shining Sea Bikeway!
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