This is a one-of-a-kind ride along the beautiful coast of Buzzards Bay, celebrating its 14th season on October 4, 2020.
Read about our plans to incorporate social distancing measures into this year's event.
The Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride offers three routes—100, 75 and 35 miles in length—that wind past coastal farmlands, windswept beaches, cranberry bogs, and scenic harbors on the way to Woods Hole, where all cyclists finish the ride.
All riders are fully supported with local food and beverages all day, welcoming volunteers, and SAG wagons with ace bike mechanics and first aid. Registration fee includes five water stops, a hearty food truck lunch, and post-ride refreshments.
On the way to the finish line, you will pass more than 3,000 acres protected forever for the health of our Bay—peaceful beaches, sensitive salt marshes, and rich woodlands. Your participation in the ride will help to protect this beautiful coastline and Bay.
This year's ride is taking place at a time when public health officials recommend following social distancing guidelines. The Ride can and will be adapted to incorporate social distancing measures designed to keep everyone safe—cyclists, spectators, volunteers, and Coalition staff.
Cyclists fundraise to protect clean water by supporting the Buzzards Bay Coalition’s work across land protection, science, advocacy, and education. Team participation is welcome and encouraged to help #SAVEBUZZARDSBAY!
SWAG: Each rider receives a modern cut event t-shirt and a signature 2020 "Bike for Clean Water" finisher's pint glass! We are currently designing prizes for 2020's top teams and fundraisers - stay tuned for the big reveal! Check out last year's additional swag.
"I’m still enjoying some post-Ride joy at the wonderful ride and party you put together. What a day! Every single rider on our team said they’d do it again next year!"
Marlissa B. of Onset