[*BCM*] pleasure bike
ericmearns at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 14:13:46 EDT 2008
Speaking of Milton, a buddy and I both fell off our bikes two weeks
ago and got pretty banged up while going west down a hill on Adams
Street into the Lower Mills section of milton. It was night time, and
I am guessing we both hit the same rough patch of road. Be careful on
the hill, don't build up any speed and keep your eyes on the pavement.
This was near the intersection of Adams Street and Dorchester Ave in
Lower Mills I think. Tell anyone you know who rides in Milton.
On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 1:44 PM, <TSmith4918 at aol.com> wrote:
> Past JP Pond, up Goddard St, past Larz Anderson to Newton St, stay on it to
> Putterham Circle, go 3/4 of the way around the circle to get on West Rox
> Pkwy, take this all the way to Washington Street and cross over on to
> Enneking Pkwy, take this downhill all the way to River St, turn right, cross
> the Mother brook and then bear next left on to Neponset Valley Pkway to next
> left over train track (Milton Street); turn right on Hyde park Ave, wind
> under the bridge to the left which puts you back on Neposent Valley Pkwy;
> after crossing the neposet river, bear right and then right again on Brush
> Hill: this climb will take you up to 138-Blue Hill Ave where you bear
> right and go down to Blue Hill River Rd(signaled intersection); take a left
> and stay on this (see brookwood farm CSA on your right), bearing left on
> Unquity Rd after Houghton Pond and the police stable. This is a great
> downhill that will take you to the intersection of Canton and Blue Hills
> Pkwy: you can take a left on Canton (pretty uncluttered road) which will
> bring you back to Brush Hill or go straight to Mattapan Square for some
> urban riding.
> it's a good loop and shows up well on Mapquest
> In a message dated 7/2/2008 1:26:47 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> leepeters at gis.net writes:
> Hey ya'll.
> I am looking for a pleasant ride from Brookline Village, about 25 miles. I
> plan go at 5:30 today and wondered if there are routes, to say Blue Hill,
> that aren't too gnarly (traffic).
> Do we still have that google bike map anywhere?
> Gas prices getting you down? Search AOL Autos for fuel-efficient used cars.
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