Praise for Yankee Roundabout, 2014

Each day brought not only beautiful and varied scenery, but also a sense of appreciation of the history through which we were rolling.  The evening sessions lead by local historians, park rangers and similar folks allowed us to see and absorb things we never would have picked up on otherwise.

Bob R., Atlanta GA ​


What a wonderful ride. The route is pleasant with many interesting sites. There is so much valuable history there. I really enjoyed listening to the evening speakers and learned so much. The lead and support group was well organized and made everyone feel comfortable and confident. I highly recommend the Yankee Roundabout to anyone interested in New England – and everyone should be interested in the place where this country was founded.

Peter, Akron OH


 

This was one of the best biking trips I ever took.   The staff members were great, and services provided by the organization were excellent.    I loved the route – lots of variety and interesting stopovers.   In particular, I enjoyed and appreciated the guest presenters at each of the stops, where the group was given some details and information about the location, its history, and important insights into the area from people who were very well informed.  I also liked the idea of having a “destination,” in this case, Provincetown.  While the trip appears as a “loop,” we all knew that our goal was to get to the end of the Cape.  The mileage each day was perfect, and the variety of trails and roads made the trip extremely enjoyable.   Couldn’t have asked for much more!

Tom S., Lancaster OH

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