||23 Kelley St.
P.O. Box 37
Edgartown MA 02539
Hotel telephone: 508.627.7900
Vineyard Biking. A day or a weekend to remember.
Stretching the length and breadth of Martha's Vineyard there are close to 100 miles of bike paths some along beautiful beaches, others through forests and alongside quite country lanes. The summer on Martha’s Vineyard brings extra car traffic. Please ride defensively.
Here are just a few Island bike trip ideas.
- From Oak Bluffs Ferry Terminal ride to the left at Beach Road, following the sign to Edgartown. Enjoy a spectacular seven-mile ride into Edgartown on the bike path.
- Return to Oak Bluffs. Park and lock your bike, and walk around the quaint (Gingerbread Houses) campground area. Notice that bikes are not permitted.
- Ride directly to Vineyard Haven from Edgartown on the bike path, about eight miles.
- Ride from Oak Bluffs to Vineyard Haven, about three miles.
- Chappaquiddick is perfect for biking: flat terrain, little traffic, and no routing hassles. Since there is only one paved road, it’s almost impossible to get lost.
- Aquinnah (Gay Head) and Lobsterville Route. In order to reach Aquinnah you must bike through Chilmark, whose rolling hills and landscape resemble northern New England.
- West Tisbury South Route. Take a trip back in time, to when the Vineyard relied more on farming than tourism, by cycling through the agrarian center of the island.
- West Tisbury North Route. Curving country roads and picturesque ponds for cooling off.
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