100th Anniversary/ 100 Mile Midweek Century Ride

Date and Time

Monday, August 13, 2018


Massachusetts, Central,


Registration is required for this activity. Please contact leader.


This century ride is one I've ridden 15 of the last 17 years starting from my house in Manchaug (Sutton MA.) to Bristol RI and return (100.2 miles). Now that the Blackstone River Bike Path (BRBP) continues to be extended, 2/3 of the century is on bike paths including the new 3 mile section in Millville MA. and all of the East Bay Bike Path (EBBP). By using the bike paths, this route is darn close to flat except the few rolling hills between my house and the start of the BRBP in Millville. To celebrate the 100th Worcester Chapters anniversary, we will stop at convenient segments of the ride and talk about the history of the club. At the ride start, we'll talk about the club's founding and founders. At the 17 mile mark, and the northern end of the BRBP, we'll stop and talk about it's first 17 years of existence. At the end of the paved bike path in Central Falls RI, we'll go over the next 14 years in the club's history. Additional stops are planned at the start of the EBBP and at the 50 year/ 50 mile mark in Bristol RI. and then along the return route. We will celebrate the club's important milestones as we ride the equal number of miles of the century. The listing is for August 13th, but the plan is to wait for a perfect day, hopefully sometime that week. Unlike the bike club Centuries that tend to turn into a race, we will ride as a group, slow and easy, with lunch in Bristol and stops along the way. With a 6:45 meet, 7 AM start, we'll have 12 hours to ride 100 miles, no need to rush. There's an option to meet us en-route at the BRBP in Woonsocket for a metric century, around 60 miles, but think of all the history you'll miss. Signing of the liability waver form, helmets, water, tire repair, a few $$$, and strong legs required.

AMC Trip Policy



bikepath riding


Bicycling - Road

Offered By

Worcester (Mass.)




Adults (18+)


In 2005 I tried bicycle touring and since then I have cycled from Coast to Coast (Annacortes Wa. to Bar Harbor Me.) and North to South (Ft. Kent Me. to Key West Fl.) While extended rides are enjoyable, a bicycle ride need not be an epic journey. A few hours to a few days cycling in the company of like minded travelers to a local destinations is always a rewarding pleasure. Come join us.