Burrillville Bike Path
Burrillville, Rhode Island offers a 1.2 mile off-road bike path that runs along the former New York, New Haven and Hartford Railway and connects the villages of Harrisville and Pascoag. The paved path has entrances along Mowry Street, Railroad Avenue, and Eastern Avenue.
Additionally, the Narragansett Bay Wheelmen are a community based cycling group that organizes weekly bike rides in Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut, and Southern Massachusetts which past through our town and are open to all skill levels. The Wheelmen have a wide variety of routes throughout the area which they describe as “adventures you would rarely experience in a car.”
Map of the Burrillville Bike Path
The following are a few suggested bike rides to enjoy while visiting Burrillville that traverse our beautiful villages and countryside:
Burrillville Bridge Ride
The ‘Ville’ Ride
Other Cycling Resources:
A Guide to Cycling in the Ocean State map
Burrillville Bike Path email sign-up
The town of Burrillville has begun plans to extend the bike path several more miles. If you would like to be informed of updates in regards to its development email email@example.com or complete the email sign-up form below.
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