A Bicycle Tour of Block Island

Select of 2003 summer photos for the Block Island Conservation story. Aerial view of Block Island.

If you’ve never visited Block Island, east of Long Island, this summer is the perfect time to do so, and get some exercise in the process. It’s the Block Island Bicycle Tour, a 16-mile ride with 12 stations along the way. At each station you can watch a one minute video on your phone which describes the area you’re at. It’s a great way to enjoy a piece of New York!

Make a weekend out of it by spending a couple of nights in Newport, Rhode Island, and catch the ferry there to Block Island. Get more info at http://www.blockislandinfo.com/island-events/block-island-bicycle-tour. Enjoy!

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One Response to “A Bicycle Tour of Block Island”

  1. laurascrochetedgifts Says:

    I’m going to pass this on to my sister. She and her boyfriend might find this and interesting weekend trip

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