The Cambridge Bicycle Committee Presents

The 4th Bow Tie Ride

Sunday October 3rd, 2010

Orientation at 12:30 PM at Lechmere Canal Park (Behind the CambridgeSide Galleria)

Ride departs promptly at 1:00 PM

"Your bow tie can assume any form you want, from the conservative pout to the boastful swagger. Despite any unfounded rumors you may have heard, tying a bow is as easy as tying your shoe." -Carrot & Gibbs bow-tying guide

Download the ride flier to print and post
Download the ride flier with map
Ride FAQ
How to tie a bow tie (GIS)

Ever notice that the city of Cambridge is shaped like a bow tie? Come see for yourself, at the Cambridge Bow Tie Ride!

Join us for 14½ scenic miles by bike, as we circle our bow-tie shaped city's western perimeter, tie the knot in the center of Cambridge, then loop around the eastern border.

This year's ride will include a short rest break at the halfway point at Russell Field in North Cambridge.

This will be a gorgeous Autumn ride, at an easy pace on mostly level terrain.

No rain date: Heavy rain cancels. Rain announcements will be posted here on the morning of the ride.

Like all our tours, this ride is free of charge. Wear a bow tie, or come as you are!

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Email info [at] cambridgebikes [dot] org for more information.

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