Turners Falls - Northfield Bike Ride

Date and Time

Saturday, July 13, 2024, 10:00AM - 1:30PM


Turners Falls, MA,
Massachusetts, Connecticut River Valley,
MA United States


Registration is required for this activity.

Registration is closed


This is a moderately challenging ride starting in downtown Turners Falls. The ride is 24 miles in length over rolling terrain. Total elevation gain on the ride will be about 1300 feet. All roads are paved. When we reach Northfield (the northern most point on our route), we'll stop at Mim's Market and the Northfield Creamie for lunch. We'll return via beautiful rural roads before we descend back into Turners Falls. The pace will be relaxed at 12-14 mph average, and we will keep the group together, regrouping at various points along the way. If we don't know you, you will be contacted once you register and asked to answer a few screening questions. You will need a road bike, hybrid bike, or pedal-assist e-bike in good working order, a helmet, snack, water, and tube or tubeless tire kit to fix a flat. Once confirmed, you will be sent an information sheet with the starting point along with all necessary additional guidance.

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Bicycling - Road

Offered By

Western Massachusetts






Adults (18+)


Robyn has been leading group rides for the AMC Western MA and Boston chapters since 2005. She enjoys introducing newcomers to the sport. She also has ten years of experience as a group exercise leader, in a variety of settings. When not cycling, Robyn enjoys hiking, cross-country skiing, boot camp, and snowshoeing.


Steve has been road cycling most of his life, leading group rides for the past 17 years for the AMC. He is well-versed as a bike mechanic and is an advocate for safe riding, teaching others not only the rules of the road, but how to maximize the enjoyment of the sport. He typically rides over 2000 miles per year, including some rides during the winter months. When not riding, he can be found hiking, snowshoeing, and Nordic skiing.