The Cape Cod Commission is joining regional and state-wide efforts to celebrate bicycling as an alternative to driving motor vehicles during Bay State Bike Month this May.
Bicycle advocates in Sandwich are imagining a safe connection between the future shared-use path along the Service Road and the Cape Cod Canal.
Residents and visitors alike love to bicycle on Cape Cod’s roads and rail trails.
Each year Cape residents and visitors enjoy the recreational opportunities associated with our region’s rail trails.
As part of the MassTrails Bicycle/Pedestrian Counts Pilot Program, a permanent count station was installed on the Cape Cod Rail Trail in Brewster in June 2019.
Town of Yarmouth receives a 2020 MassTrails grant to support construction on Higgins Crowell Road Yarmouth’s Higgins Crowell Road runs from Route 28 to Willow Street, crossing Buck Island Road.
Photo courtesy ME Small Elementary School Social distancing requirements in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic may provide an opportunity for increased walking and bicycling to school.
Bicycling is one of the most attractive ways to see the sights on Cape Cod; most notably in the Outer Cape and within the Cape Cod National Seashore.
The Cape Cod Rail Trail is a scenic, relatively flat, protected off-road paved path that runs approximately 25 miles from South Yarmouth to Wellfleet.
Bicycling on Cape Cod is a wonderful way to see the sights. Our roads and bike trails are a major asset that attracts tourists and new residents.