Mark It – 3rd Annual Boundary Stones Bike Ride is September 19th

Photo courtesy Boundary Stone Bike Ride

From an email:

“Join us for a bike ride around the oldest federal monuments, the DC boundary stones: The whole ride (including bike back to Boundary Stone) is a metric century; each side is approximately 15 miles – join us for 1, 2, 3, or all 4!

Meet at Jones Point Park at 9am, wheels up 9:30am.

As always, the ride will be sponsored by Boundary Stone DC = ride shirts and an awesome after-party at the bar with specials on DC Brau Brewing Company beers! This year, our new partner Phoenix Bikes will be on-hand at the ride start and rest stop(s) for bike safety and maintenance checks.

Mark your calendars, register to make sure you get a tshirt and swag bag, spread the word (#BSride2015) and check the Facebook event for more details!”

One Comment

  • Can anyone give some insight into the difficulty level of this ride (hills, speed, etc)? I’d love to do it- but I’m not the strongest rider and I’m limited by a heavy bike. Does it stop at every stone? Or is it a ride-by? Thanks!

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