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Ateaze Senior Center Cycling Seniors

The Cycling Seniors pose for a group photo
Ateaze Senior Center
7401 Holabird Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21222
Phone: 410-887-7233
Fax: 410-887-7356
Email: ateazesc@baltimorecountymd.gov

Cycling Seniors Schedule

Welcome to the Ateaze Cycling Seniors for 2016. The program has been in place since 1991.

All Rides start at 10 a.m. unless otherwise noted. Rider leader has the option to move ride start one hour earlier in case of hot weather. If weather is questionable, check email or call the leader. Helmets are required on all rides.

Ride Rating

About half of our bike rides are designated as “aggressive” or "moderate"; they are longer and on more difficult terrain than the casual rides. “Casual” rides are for the less experienced rider. These are of shorter distance, on gentler terrain, and may include a bicycle clinic to help brush up on skills. Please choose to attend rides suitable to your capabilities.

  • Casual: flat ride – pace 10 to 11 miles per hour
  • Moderate: a few hills – pace 10 to 12 miles per hour
  • Aggressive: many hills – pace more than 12 miles per hour

Rider Responsibility

  • Your bike should be in good condition. You should have two water bottles, pump and tools to fix a flat.
  • Pick a ride that is within your ability take into account terrain and distance.
  • If the weather is hotter or colder than normal, be sure you are capable of riding under this condition.
  • Be at the ride start at least 15 minutes early to allow time to get your bike ready and sign in.

Baltimore County Department of Aging requires all program participants to be registered members of the center to which they engage in activity. Therefore, ride leaders will have available registrations forms for new members. If you registered last year, a volunteer will be contacting you via telephone to update your application. This process also strengthens the Cycling Senior Program.

Ateaze Senior Center welcomes donations in support of this program. Please mail to the Ateaze Senior Center, 7401 Holabird Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21222. Please mark the envelope and check Cycling Seniors.

Eastern Shore Three-Day Ride

We will have a three day bike ride based in Saint Michaels in October:

October 5, 2016 - Claiborne Landing – Tilghman Island 33 miles or less, check in at Saint Michaels Inn after the ride
October 6, 2016 - Blackwater Refuge to Hoopers Island ride
October 7, 2016 - Check out of Saint Michaels Inn by 9:30 a.m., Easton – Tunis Mills – Oxford ride, pack up and go home after ride

Bud Lippert has made the following arrangements for a reduced rate at Saint Michaels Inn, South Talbot Street, Saint Michaels, Maryland 21663, call 410-745-3333 (Manager – Raj Patel.) Tell them you are with the Cycling Seniors Group. Rooms are reserved for October 5 and 6. The rates are $89.90 plus tax, double occupancy. Arrive October 5, check in time 3 p.m. Depart October 7, check out by 11 a.m. Reservations are guaranteed until September 6, after which the rooms revert back to the regular price for the room. If you need to cancel, please do so by October 1.

Schedule: Autumn

Friday, September 2

NCR (Torrey Brown Trail)
Level: Casual
Meet: Monkton Station, Monkton, Maryland 21111
GPS: Latitude 39.579173, Longitude -76.615606
Leader: Joan Montanari, call 410-719-7851, email joanmontanari@verizon.net
Description: The ride will go to New Freedom, Pennsylvania, about 13 miles. Lunch will be at Paesano’s restaurant, or bag lunch; there are benches along the trail. Round trip is about 26 miles, essentially flat with gravel surface.
Directions: Monkton: Take I-83 to Exit 27, go toward Hereford (east) 0.4 mile on MD-137/ Mount Carmel Road. Turn right on York Road then immediately turn left (east) on Monkton Road. Follow for 3 miles, and look for the parking lot and park office on the left. This location features restrooms, water, telephones and picnic tables. The parking lot at this location is small, but there's plenty of space along the shoulder of Monkton Road.

 Monday, September 5

Taneytown Picnic Ride
Level: Casual
Meet: Taneytown Memorial Park
GPS: Latitude 39.664305, Longitude -77.183722
Leader: Gordon Peltz, call 410-823-0037, email peltzlaw@aol.com
Description: 24 miles with a 13-mile option. A lovely ride leaving Taneytown Memorial Park through green gently rolling rural roads.
Directions: From I-695, take Exit 19, I-795 north to Exit 9B and follow MD-140 through Westminster to traffic circle to Taneytown. Cross MD-194 and go 0.4 mile to Taneytown Memorial Park on left. Use second entrance and meet at pavilions on left.

Friday, September 9           

Tour de McMansions
Level: Moderate
Meet: Lisbon Center, 709 Lisbon Center Drive, Woodbine, Maryland 21797
GPS: Latitude 39.351142, Longitude -77.067606
Leader: John Eckard, call 443-286-6819 (cell), email jreckard@comcast.net
Description: 24 rolling miles (with some hills in the middle) through western Howard County. Not just new large houses but farmland and woods also! Snack/ bathroom stop at Larriland Farm. Lunch at several choices in Lisbon Center at end of ride. Option to shorten the ride by 4 miles.
Directions: From Baltimore Beltway (I-695) Exit 16 take I-70 west for 18 miles to Exit 73, Woodbine Road (MD-94). Go north on MD-94 toward Woodbine. Continue through traffic circle to right into shopping center. Turn left toward Food Lion and park in back corner near Dunkin Donuts.

Monday, September 12

Railroad to Glatfelters Station
Level: Casual
Meet: Heritage Trail, 6 East Main Street, Railroad, Pennsylvania 17355
GPS: Latitude 39.760465, -76.699290
Leader: Lillian Baumann, call 410-472-3476, email lrbaumann@comcast.net
Description: 26 miles with approximately half on the Heritage Trail and half on the road. Lunch will be at the Valley Tavern in Seven Valleys or a brown bag lunch to eat along the trail.
Directions: I-83 to Shrewsbury, Exit 4. West (left) on PA-851 (do not follow PA-851 truck route) and go about 2 miles to rail/ trail parking on the right.

Friday, September 16

Marley Station Mall to Annapolis Dock
Level: Casual
Meet: Marley Station Mall 7900 Ritchie Highway, Glen Burnie, 21061
GPS: Latitude 39.138204, -76.608314
Leader: Alvin Friendlich, call 410-218-2242 (cell), email afriendlich@gmail.com
Description: Ride the B and A Trail and some city streets around Annapolis to the Market. Brown bag or buy lunch in the market.
Directions: Take Ritchie Highway, MD-2, to Marley Station Mall. Use parking lot E in the rear of the mall adjacent to the B and A Trail.

Monday, September 19

Tour de Chase
Level: Moderate
Meet: Eastern Regional Park 11723 Eastern Avenue, Middle River, 21220
GPS: Latitude 39.345387, Longitude -76.392542
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 433-590-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 28- and 23-mile options. Lunch at Dundee Creek Marina, bring or buy.
Directions: From Key Bridge: Take I-695 to MD-702. Take second exit and merge on Eastern Boulevard for 5 miles. Turn right at entrance into Eastern Regional Park. From Towson: Take I-695 East. Merge on MD-43. Follow MD-43 to the end. Left turn on Eastern Boulevard for 1.6 miles. Turn right at the entrance into Eastern Regional Park. From Edgewood: Take I-95 south to Exit 67A. Merge on MD-43 and go south for 3 miles, left turn on Eastern Boulevard for 1.6 miles. Right turn at entrance to park.

Friday, September 23

Northwest Talbot County Meander
Level: Casual
Meet: Talbot County Community Center, 10028 Ocean Gateway (US 50), Easton, Maryland 21601
GPS: Latitude 38.826904, -76.062780
Leader: George Drake, call 443-988-8803, email georgerdrake@yahoo.com
Description: 35-mile or 29-mile back-roads ride in Talbot County west of US 50. Pass the Pickering Creek Audubon Center, ride to Bruffs Island and cross the Miles River. Pass through the hamlets of Longwoods, Todds Corner, Unionville, Copperville and Tunis Mill. Lunch at the Sugarbuns (Easton Airport) Café. Ride can be shortened to 29 miles after lunch.
Directions: Take US 50 East 0.3 mile past mile marker 61. Turn right into Talbot County Community Center (The Warehouse) and park on the far left back side of the lot. Bathroom facilities are available.

Monday, September 26

Chesapeake City to the Sassafras River
Level: Moderate
Meet: Chesapeake Inn Restaurant and Marina, 605 Second Street, Chesapeake City, Maryland 21915
GPS: Latitude 39.525886, -75.810867
Leader: David Hash, call 410-491-7844, email dhash@jhmi.edu
Description: This 36-mile ride will start at the restaurant parking lot and will initially go through horse country south of Chesapeake City, down MD-213 crossing the Bohemia River at Hack Point, then through farmland around Earleville and south to Fredericktown on the Sassafras. There are a couple of food options here, including adjacent deli (with facilities) on George Street right before the bridge; otherwise carry a snack. Head back north to Cecilton, then east to Warwick, then north along the Maryland/ Delaware line via Old Telegraph Road back to the canal, then west to the finish.
Directions: Take I-95 to Exit 100, MD-272 South. Right on US Route 40 to MD-213. Go about 6 miles south to the C and D Canal bridge just prior to Chesapeake City, then first right to MD-286/ MD-342. Right on Basil Avenue, left on George Street then right on Second Street to Chesapeake Inn Restaurant.

Monday, September 28

Ranger Station to BWI with Pot Luck after ride at Catharina Brauer’s
Level: Casual
Meet: Ranger Station, 54 West Earleigh Heights Road, Severna Park, Maryland 21146
GPS: Latitude 39.097322, -76.570010
Leader: Leader: Bob Carson, call 410-828-8604, email bikebob@comcast.net
Description: Ride from Ranger Station to and around BWI, followed by Pot Luck at Catharina’s. Check with Catharina as to what to bring, call 410-647-0734.
Directions: MD-2 south to Earleigh Heights Road. Right approximately 0.5 mile to parking lots on either side of Earleigh Heights Road.

Monday, October 3

Apple Orchards Ride
Leaders: Delores McBirney, call 443-812-8298, email deloresmcbirney@verizon.net; Katie Kinzie, call 410-375-8178, email kinziekt2@verizon.net
Level: Aggressive
Meet: Park and Ride, Lisbon Center Drive, Woodbine, Maryland 21797
GPS: Latitude 39.348403, -77.068111
Description: This is an aggressive ride. There are several challenging hills in this ride of 29.1 miles through beautiful Western Howard County. The roads are lightly traveled. Pack a snack, since there are no food sources on the ride route. Lunch is available at restaurants at the end of the ride at Lisbon Center.
Directions: From Baltimore Beltway (I-695), take Exit 16 (I-70 West). Go 18 miles to Exit 73 (MD-94). Go north on Woodbine Road. Continue north on MD-94 about 0.2 mile to the traffic circle at Old Frederick Road (MD-99). Take the first right off the traffic circle onto Old Frederick Road heading east. Take the first left (about 200 feet from the circle) and then turn left again into the park and ride lot.

Wednesday October 5

Chesapeake Views
Note: Ride starts at 10:45 a.m.
Meet: Claiborne Landing, Claiborne, Maryland 21624.
GPS: Latitude 38.837493, -76.279629
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 433-590-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: Flat ride. 28 to 40 miles with lunch in Tilghman, bring or buy.
Directions: From Baltimore: Take I-97S to US 301/ US 50 east over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Remain on US 50 to MD-322,south to Easton. Turn right on MD-333 towards Saint Michaels. Go slow through the town of Saint Michaels. Bear right on MD-451 to Claiborne, Maryland. Turn left on Claiborne Landing Road.

Thurs October 6

Blackwater Wildlife Refuge
Level: Moderate
Meet: 2145 Key Wallace Road, Cambridge, Maryland 21613, at the parking lot for bike route
GPS: Latitude 38.446319, -76.091561
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 433-590-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 34 miles. Except for the bridge to Hoopers Island, this a flat ride through the Blackwater Wildlife Refuge to Hoopers Island. There will be scenic views of the Chesapeake Bay and Honga River. You might see bald eagles, herons of different species, and other wildlife. Lunch at the Old Salty Restaurant, either bring or buy. If you bring, you can sit at the picnic table overlooking the Chesapeake Bay.
Directions: From the Bay Bridge, turn right on US 50 for 34 miles. Right turn onto MD-16 (Church Creek Road.) Remain on MD-16 for 2.7 miles. Left on Egypt Road, left on Key Wallace Drive, right on Wildlife Drive to parking for bike route.

Friday, October 7

Easton Oxford Delight
Note: Ride starts at 9:15 a.m.
Level: Casual
Meet: Saint Michaels Inn, 1228 South Talbot Street, Saint Michaels, Maryland 21663
GPS: Latitude 38.769640, -76.206501
Leader: Bob Carson, call 410-828-8604, email bikebob@comcast.net
Description: Delight in this ride on mostly flat and lightly traveled roads in scenic Talbot County on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The ride is 33.4 miles. Ride includes a ferry ride across the Tred Avon River on the historic Oxford-Bellevue Ferry, America’s oldest privately owned ferry (established 1683). Cost per ride in 2014 was $4 which covers bike and rider. Lunch will be at the park on the bank of the Tred Avon River in Oxford. Brown bag or buy at the country store across from the park. There are rest rooms available at start and end of the ride as well as at lunch.
Directions: Crossing the Bay Bridge, remain on US-50 to MD-322 south to Easton. Turn right on MD-333 towards Saint Michaels. Turn left into parking lot behind Saint Michaels Inn.

Monday, October 10

Rock Hall East
Level
: Casual
Leader: Lloyd McAtee, call 301-318-8015, email Ltmbjm@yahoo.com
Meet: Bayside Landing Park, Rock Hall, Maryland 21661
GPS: Latitude 39.135882, -76.246734
Description: The morning ride goes for 15 miles past shipyards, marinas and yachts to the east of Rock Hall. The afternoon ride goes south to Eastern Neck Wildlife Refuge for another 15 miles. The Ride starts, lunches and ends at Bayside Landing Park in Rock Hall. Brown baggers can have lunch at Bay Side Landing Park, or order lunch at the Harbor Shack which is a favorite for most cyclers. The roads are level, lightly traveled.
Directions: Take MD-20 from Chestertown through the blinker in Rock Hall. Watch for Bayside Landing Park sign, turn left on Hawthorn, then right on Bayside to the park on the left.

Friday, October 14

Glen Rock to York
Level
: Casual
Meet: Glen Rock trailhead parking lot, 50 Water Street, Glen Rock, Pennsylvania 17327
GPS: Latitude 39.794506, -76.732687
Leader: Alvin Friendlich, call 410-218-2242 (cell), email afriendlich@gmail.com
Description: This is a casual 30-mile ride (round trip) following the Heritage Rail Trail. There is no queue sheet but riders can pick up the park information if they want. There are no facilities in Glen Rock so our first stop will be at the Hanover Junction station (about 5 miles) for a “potty” break. We will picnic lunch in York. Those wanting to leave the ride and lunch in York may do so.
Directions: North on I-83, crossing into Pennsylvania. Take Exit 8, PA-216, toward Glen Rock. Turn left onto PA-216/ Seaks Run Road. Turn right onto Susquehanna Trail (PA-216). Turn left onto Glen Rock Road (PA-216). Turn left onto North Main Street Extension (PA-216/ PA-616). Continue to follow PA-216/ PA-616. Turn right onto Water Street.

Monday, October 17

Cox Creek and Crab Alley Meander
Level: Casual
Meet: Kent Island United Methodist Church, 2739 Cox Neck Road, Chester, Maryland 21619
GPS: Latitude 38.973939, -76.290722
Leader: Barbara Kasemeyer, call 410-744-2071, email barbarakasemeyer@aol.com
Description: 14-mile or 28-mile options. Cycle along lightly traveled roads along Cox Creek to Turkey Point to the Eastern Bay and then along Crab Alley Creek and Crab Alley Bay to Parsons Island Landing at Prospect Bay. You will pass older homes, beautiful waterfront modern homes on gorgeously landscaped lots, and fishing/ crabbing/ boating marinas and boat launching areas. The 14-mile ride will have lunch at a restaurant at the end of their ride. The 28-mile ride will bring a brown bag lunch and eat it at a community park in the middle of the second half of their ride.
Directions: Cross the Bay Bridge on US 50/ US 301 North. Take Exit 39A, Cox Neck Road. First church on the right is Kent Island United Methodist Church. Park on the back side (west) of the church where you see a covered entrance to the sanctuary.

Monday, October 19

Covered Bridge Ride
Level: Moderate
Meet: Lewistown Volunteer Fire Company Number 22, 11101 Hessong Bridge Road, Frederick, Maryland 21788
GPS: Latitude 39.538210, -77.413642
Leaders: Dick and Diana Voelkel, call 410-744-6941, email voelkeldi@verizon.net
Description: Rolling ride with (hopefully) beautiful fall foliage. 31.5 miles with 26-mile option. Restrooms available at fire station.
Directions: Take I-695 to Exit 16 (I-70) Go west 40 miles on I-70 to Exit 53B, US 15 North. Travel 12 miles on US 15 to right onto Fish Hatchery Road. Go 0.5 mile to right onto Hessong Bridge Road. Fire company is 200 feet on the left.

Monday, October 24

Alpha Ridge Park
Level
: Aggressive
Meet: Alpha Ridge Park, 11577 Old Frederick Road, Marriottsville, Maryland 21104
GPS: Latitude 39.320298, -76.916044
Leaders: Delores McBirney, call 443-812-8298, email deloresmcbirney@verizon.net; Katie Kinzie, call 410-375-8178, email kinziekt2@verizon.net
Description: Beginning at Howard County's Alpha Ridge Park, this 26.9-mile ride is a trip through farm lands of western Howard County. Some rolling hills on low-traffic roads, but there are several challenging hills also. There will be a rest stop and places for purchasing lunch at milepost 19.1 in Glenelg.
Directions: From Baltimore Beltway (I-695) take Exit 16 (I-70 West). Go about 8.5 miles to Exit 83 North, Marriottsville Road. Go 0.7 mile and turn left onto MD 99 (Old Frederick Road.) Travel west 0.8 mile and turn left into Alpha Ridge Park. Please park near the restrooms.

Friday, October 28

Cemetery Quest
Level
: Casual
Meet: Easton Sports Complex at the north end of North Washington Street, 1078 North Washington Street, Easton, Maryland 21601
GPS: Latitude 38.795952, -76.062289
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 433-590-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 30-mile flat ride through Easton rail trail, Trappe, and other communities. Visit 11 cemeteries. Lunch in Trappe.
Directions: Take US 50 / US 301 across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge (toll). Turn right on US 50. Bear right on MD-322, immediately move to left lane. Left turn at first traffic light onto North Washington Street. Keep left to remain on North Washington Street to entrance of the Sports Complex. Right turn into the entrance. Park in the lot on the left. If you get to the white building, you have gone too far.

Monday, October 31

Halloween Centreville to Price Back
Level
: Casual
Meet: Centreville United Methodist Church, 608 Church Hill Road, Centreville, Maryland 21617
GPS: Latitude 39.048863, -76.061230
Leader: Steve Mizer, call 217-520-8302 (cell), email skmizer75@gmail.com
Description: 35-mile flat, country, back-roads ride with shorter 28- and 21-mile options. Plenty of farmland and woods plus some beautiful homes. Lunch at Verna's Kountry Corner Kitchen or bag lunch at a different location.
Directions: Cross Bay Bridge and continue on US 50. Bear left on US 301, exit on MD-213 north toward Centreville/ Chestertown. Pass through Centreville and turn right on MD-305 (Hope Road). The church is immediately on the right.

Friday, November 4

York Heritage North
Level
: Casual
Meet: Heritage Trail, 107 Church Street, Seven Valleys, Pennsylvania 17360
GPS: Latitude 39.63333, -76.765515
Leader: John Eckard, call 443-286-6819 (cell), email jreckard@comcast.net
Description: 32 miles on the trail, including the newest scenic 4.5 miles north of US 30 to the northern end in John C Rudy Park. The last missing piece through York may be finished by November, otherwise there is a short stretch on streets to make the connection. Brown bag lunch at Rudy Park.
Directions: Take I-83 north to Glen Rock, Exit 8. West (left) onto 216, right on Susquehanna Trail at T, left to stay on 216. Right on Yellow Church Road (becomes Main Street.) Turn right onto Church Street and go about 0.4 mile to rail/ trail parking on the left.

Monday, November 7

The Oyster Ride
Level
: Casual
Meet: Perry Cabin Park, Saint Michaels, Maryland
GPS: Latitude 38.793059, -76.225601
Leader: Charles Anderson, call 410-977-5521, email cnanderson07@gmail.com
Description: 28-mile ride to Tilghman Island with lunch at Harrison Chesapeake House.
Directions: From Baltimore, take I-97 south to US 50/ 301 over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Remain on US 50 to MD-322 south to Easton. Turn right on MD-333 towards Saint Michaels. Perry Cabin Park is on the left side approximately 1 mile after traffic signal in Saint Michaels.

Friday, November 11

Horse Farm Ride
Level
: Moderate
Meet: Food Lion parking lot, 3744 Centennial Road, Hanover, Pennsylvania 17331
GPS: Latitude 39.799958, -77.031833
Leader: John Eckard, call 443-286-6819 (cell), email jreckard@comcast.net
Description: 31 miles of rolling terrain on mostly country roads. Brown bag lunch at 24.1 miles or at the end of the ride at Subway.
Directions: Take I-795 to MD-30. Go through Hampstead and Manchester. MD-30 becomes PA-94. Go 0.7 mile past the square in Hanover and make a left on Elm Avenue. At the second traffic light Elm becomes PA-116, Main Street. Continue on PA-116 through McSherrystown to parking lot on right at the corner of Centennial Street and Main Street.

Monday, November 14

Cemetery Quest
Level
: Casual
Meet: Easton Sports Complex at the north end of North Washington Street, 1078 North Washington Street, Easton, Maryland 21601
GPS: Latitude 38.795952, -76.062289
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 433-590-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 30-mile flat ride through Easton rail trail, Trappe, and other communities. Visit 11 cemeteries. Lunch in Trappe.
Directions: Take US 50/ US 301 across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge (toll). Turn right on US 50. Bear right on MD-322, immediately move to left lane. Left turn at first traffic light onto North Washington Street. Keep left to remain on North Washington Street to entrance of the Sports Complex. Right turn into the entrance. Park in the lot on the left. If you get to the white building, you have gone too far.

Friday, November 18

Ranger Station to Greenbury Point
Level
: Casual
Meet: Ranger Station, 54 West Earleigh Heights Road, Severna Park, Maryland 21146
GPS: Latitude 39.097238, -76.569892
Leader: Jane Story, call 410-544-2361 or 410-507-5884 (cell), email jstory765@yahoo.com
Description: 22.8-mile flat ride down bike path to Greenbury Point. Snack optional. Moderate hills on return to bike path. Brown bag lunch in Severna Park memorial park on the trail
Directions: MD-2 south to Earleigh Heights Road. Right approximately 0.3 mile to parking lots on either side of Earleigh Heights Road at B and A trail.

Monday, November 28

Middleborough Crab Cake Delight
Level
: Casual
Meet: Hyde Park Station Shopping Center; 1531 Hyde Park Road, Middle River, 21221
GPS: Latitude 39.299400, -76.438624
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 433-590-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 25-mile scenic ride in the Back River Neck Peninsula. Lunch at Johann's Restaurant. If it is raining we still can have the crab cake lunch at Johann’s at noon.
Directions: Hyde Park Shopping Center is located on Back River Neck Road just south of the junction with South East Boulevard (MD-702). From the Baltimore Beltway (I-695) take Exit 36, which leads directly to MD-702. Take the third left around the traffic circle, which is Hyde Park Road, to Back River Neck Road.

Friday, December 2

Wilson Point - 3 Bears
Level
: Moderate
Meet: Wilson Point Community Park on Cypress Drive, 21220
GPS: Latitude 39.322799, -76.425532
Leader: Bud Lippert, call 433-590-0542, email blippert21221@yahoo.com
Description: 26 miles. Some hills and upgrades. Route routes goes through the communities of Wilson Point, Wampler Village, Maple Crest, Aero Acres, Golden Tree, Essex, Hopkins Landing, and Hawthorne via MD-43 bike route. The route has been changed to eliminate the crossing of Eastern Boulevard onto the MD-43 bike path. The bike path is entered from Bengies Road. Two stops: 7-11 in Victory Villa and lunch.
Directions: From Towson: I-695 to MD-43 south to Eastern Boulevard. Turn right at light. Get into left lane and turn left onto Wilson Point Road for about 1.6 miles and turn right onto Cypress Drive. Turn right into parking lot. From Harford County: I-95 to Exit 67A, White Marsh Boulevard for about 3 miles to Eastern Boulevard. Turn right on Eastern Boulevard, merge to left lane and turn left onto Wilson Point Road for 1.6 miles. Turn right on Cypress Drive. Turn Right into parking lot.

 

Revised August 30, 2016        

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