Fourth Annual Lynn PD Ride-to-Remember North Shore Training Ride
On Saturday, August 10th 2019 at 10:00 A.M. the Fourth Annual North Shore Training Ride will begin!!
Riders meet at “The Johnson Elementary School” parking lot located at 290 Castle Road, Nahant, MA. All riders must wear their official Ride-to-Remember bicycle jersey to take part in this training ride.
The ride will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. and we ride along the shore. We go through the
following towns on the North Shore:
Salisbury … then into New Hampshire ending in Rye.
The total ride is about 70 miles.
The Ride ends in Hampton Beach, NH.
The ride is fully supported and we will fix your flats. There are two awesome rest stops where you will be fed an hydrated. The end of the ride is on North Beach in Hampton, NH. You will
enjoy an awesome BEACH PARTY for you and your entire family. You will be fed like a king or queen!
Beer and alcohol is provided with a changing area. We have trucks following us the entire way so you can store all your gear and change of clothes!
The ride is amazing and you will see some fantastic sights along the way! The ride has grown every year and is becoming more and more popular. We are limiting riders this year so please sign-up early!
The cost for this fundraising ride is ONLY $60.00!!! Pay the morning of the ride in Lynn!!! All proceeds go towards the Ride to Remember and towards the North Shore Ride. Non-riders or family members must pay $30.00 for food and drink.
To be part of this once in a lifetime ride please e-mail the R2R Ride Director John Delaney at
firstname.lastname@example.org or text him at 413-265-8255. Please do so ASAP so we can make plans for your food and transportation.
You leave your cars at the Johnson Elementary School in Nahant where it will be watched all day. The Ride-to-Remember
has provided buses and bike transport for you after the beach party where you will be brought back to your cars. Buses will leave Hampton Beach at 8:00 P.M. and 8:30 P.M. You will be back to your car by 9:00 P.M.!!!
If you have any questions please call or text Sgt. John Delaney at 413-265-8255