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Wind at Your Back Ride: Andover to Wellesley, 33.8 miles, one way (no loop)

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Sep 16 8:15AM - 9:15AM

SLOW, CASUAL PACE: 10 mph, no one left behind, total trip time 3.5 to 5.5 hours.

Leave Boston from the North Station at 8:40 am (please arrive at the station, to the ticket windows, by 8:15 in time to buy a ticket), arrive in Andover at 9:28 am. Bike to Wellesley to arrive between 1:00 and 3:00. The train to Boston leaves at 1:20 and 3:00.

We will make a snack stop along the way. I will be bringing a snack.

Bring a helmet and inner tube.

Weather should be partly cloudy with an 5 mph wind at our backs ! The temperature should be 62 to start and around 80 at the end.

We will be guided by Google Maps. I have not done the route before. I will be riding a hybrid.

SUBJECT TO CANCELLATION IF THE WIND DIRECTION FORECAST CHANGES.

Map of the route

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