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Welcome to Cycle Blackstone

Leisurely Bike Tours offer 4 hour guided tours through the backwoods of the Blackstone River Valley.

Stay tuned for 2016 dates.

Stay tuned for 2016 Leisurely
Bike Tour Dates

Latest News & Events

Blackstone River Valley Celebrates National Bike & Tourism Month Starting May 1 More

Support state bike and transportation paths - Paths to Progress RI

Cycle Blackstone was recently featured on Rhode Island Homes, one of the top sites for Pawtucket real estate. Check out the article here: Cycle Blackstone: Bringing Biking Opportunities to the Blackstone River Valley.

Editorial by Donald Grebien, Mayor of Pawtucket - Providence Journal  More

Help us plan activities and programs for cyclists in the Blackstone River Valley by taking our online survey  More

View or download Blackstone Valley Bike Maps

Videos Wanted

Please send any Bikeway or Blackstone Valley cycling related videos to BVTC, 175 Main St. Pawtucket, RI  02860. Videos will be posted on this website and YouTube.

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Join us and learn about Rhode Island's historic Blackstone River Valley. Participants enjoy a fun and relaxing way to experience culture, nature, history and recreation on the Blackstone Valley Leisurely Bicycle Tours.

Cyclists ride at a very leisurely pace, stop often and all tours are appropriate for all fitness levels. We pedal through the Blackstone Valley enjoying the little known facts and stories while riding through charming back streets and the Blackstone River Bike Path 

Blackstone River Bike Path

Cycle Blackstone provides news and information about cycling activities in Rhode Island's Blackstone Valley, including the development of and activities on the Blackstone River Bike Path and Blackstone Valley Tourism Council Leisurely Bike Tours. The Bike Path will ultimately extend forty-eight miles from Providence, RI to Worcester, MA and connect to the East Bay Bike Path through Bristol. Currently, 11.6 miles of bike path are open to the public in Central Falls, Lincoln, Cumberland, and Woonsocket, Rhode Island. An additional 2.5 miles of bikeway are complete in Worcester and Millbury, MA.  The goal is to complete the Bike Path over the next several years.


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