Biked 54 miles from Boston, Massachusetts to Providence, Rhode Island. It was beautiful, easy and on the way out of the city I had a wonderful bike path for almost 15 miles which was a rail to trail bike way. Rails to Trails is an amazing organization based out of Washington D.C. that converts unused railroads into community paths for pedestrians and bikes! They are just wonderful bike advocates.
Rhode island is the smallest state in the U.S. and was actually the state that I picked for my 5th grade project and in a weird way, I have always wanted to visit! Founded in 1636 making it one of the oldest cities in the U.S.
I was fortunate to stay with my friend Erick who lives in Providence and happens to bike! We biked around maybe 40 miles and got a really great look at the city.
There were great bikes paths, I love this state!
The ride was gorgeous, Rhode Island has some pretty incredible bike paths.
Here is a view of the apartment I stayed in, it was a really cool loft and art place! Thank you Erick!
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