If you’re not a member, then join the fun!
Trip leaders, including your truly, are volunteers. Participants provide their own gear and cover their own costs. Trips are limited to small groups (usually 14 people or less), usually fill up and always have prerequisites in terms of experience, ability and gear. Please be prepared for trips to be full when you inquire, or for a trip leader to decide that you need more experience before attempting the trip in question. For AMC trips, you may also check the AMC calendar. I will try and schedule trips for beginners at least once a year.
(Additional trips and dates may be added at a later date. Be sure to check back.)
|Bear Mountain Bridge, looking towards Anthony’s Nose. Photo copyr. Robert Matson 2011.|
Bicycle Trips 2014
(AMC, NY/NoJ Chapter Trip)
Edward Island (PEI). From North Shore to South Shore and East Point to West
Point, our scenic route circles the island, returning to where we started.
Expect dramatic coastlines, inviting swimming beaches, picturesque rolling
hillsides, historic farms, scenic roads, lots of exercise, fresh air…and good
produce, bakery goods and ice cream.
$500 estimated cost for campground fees and group gear (i.e., first aid, maps, tools). Trip run at cost: any shortfall will be made up by participants equally, any excess is refunded equally during trip. Full accounting provided. Non-AMC members need to join the AMC (cheap) to join the trip.
To sign up, e-mail trip leader: RMatson@TheInnovationWorks.com.
Cycling the Parks: 150 mi./3 days
This unique three-day/two-night trip starts at Central Park in New York City and goes from urban, to suburban, to two spectacular nearby wilderness areas and then back to urban. Open to 6 fit participants with full proper gear and food. No group cooking. No sag or support vehicles. Participants must be fully self-supported with own tools and bicycles must be in perfect working condition. Fitness requirements: riders must be able to ride a minimum of 65 miles/day fully loaded, without injury.
|HP Velotechnik Grasshopper fx at rest at Lake Sebago, in Harriman State Park.
Photo copyr. Robert Matson 2011.
Biking Central Park to Harriman State Park, and back.
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