"Rolling through Cambridge Geography
from 1776 to Today"

Saturday June 16th, 2007
[postponed from May 19th due to rain]

Arrive at 10:00am at Cambridge City Hall (795 Mass Ave)
Introductory talk at 10:15am
Ride departs at 10:30am

Join the Cambridge Bicycle Committee for a leisurely ride through the streets of Cambridge as part of the city's annual GoGreen Month activities. The theme of this spring's bike tour is how geography has shaped the development of Cambridge.

We start at the City Hall with a short talk from Charles Sullivan, executive director of the Cambridge Historical Commission, at the 1776 historical relief map on the third floor of City Hall (Cambridge Police will watch over our bikes during the talk). The ride itself will take about two hours and will include a few short stops along the way related to the ride's theme. We'll be escorted by the Cambridge Police Department's Bike Patrol. The ride will end at the Cambridge River Festival, where vendors of every description will be on hand to satisfy our food and beverage needs.

Heavy rain cancels, no rain date. Announcements regarding rain will be sent to the ride email list and posted here.

There is no registration or charge for the tour -- just show up and enjoy!

Organized and supported by:

Cambridge Bicycle Committee:

Cambridge Community Development Department

Cambridge Police Department:

City of Cambridge:

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

More bike rides planned by the Cambridge Bicycle Committee.