Saturday, September 23
Ride the Berkshire section of the Western New England Greenway from Sheffield to Williamstown.
During the 16th Annual Housatonic Heritage Walks.
The Berkshire route will be divided up into seven ride segments. You are welcome to ride one or more segments. These rides are on-road rides, thus you should be an experienced road cyclist requiring minimum support. Only the Ashuwillticook segment will be off-road.
Maps, refreshments, parking and toilets will be available at each location during the hours listed.
|Sheffield Town Hall|
21 Depot Square, Sheffield
|8:30am - 9:30am||Great Barrington Big Y||7 miles|
Great Barrington BIG Y
|8:45am - 10:30am||Rockwell Museum||10 miles|
Norman Rockwell Museum
|9:30am - 11:30am|
Lenox Town Hall
Lenox Town Hall
6 Walker St, Lenox
|9:45am - 12:00pm||Pittsfield Arrowhead||5 miles|
780 Holmes Rd, Pittsfield
|10:00am - 12:30am||Lanesboro Ashuwillticook|
Berkshire Mall Entrance
|10:30am - 1:30pm||Adams Visitor Center||11 miles|
Adams Visitor Center
3 Hoosac St, Adams
|11:15am - 2:30pm||The Spoke Bike Shop||10 miles|
The Spoke Bike Shop
250 Main St, Williamstown
|12:00pm - 4:00pm|
Sag wagon available for emergencies only.
PRE-REGISTRATION is not required, although highly recommended so that we may notify you in case of cancelations or rain delays
(rain date Sunday September 24).
Please let Marge know your intention of riding with us, no need to specify which ride.
The new multiuse extension added about 1 mile to the existing Ashuwillticook and terminates at Lime St.
Advocating bike path development in Berkshire County Massachusetts
Approximately 90 people attended the opening ceremony as well as representatives from the following organizations.
Adams officially opens the Ashuwillticook Rail Extension
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Berkshire Bike Path Council
The Berkshire Bike Path Council is working to promote the establishment of a Vermont to Connecticut multi-use recreational path of approximately 75 miles. The border to border trail will utilize railway corridors and related off-road bike paths where possible along with on-road bike lanes. Through the involvement of community groups and towns the trail will extend from the Vermont border in Williamstown south through North Adams, Adams, Cheshire, Lanesboro, Pittsfield, Lenox, Stockbridge, Lee, Great Barrington and Sheffield to the Connecticut border. This primary north-south route will serve as the central spine for secondary connections with diverse destinations, including schools, businesses, community centers, transportation links, recreational opportunities and other points of interest.