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IT'S ALL ABOUT YOUR NEXT RIDE:  Landry's Events Calendar lists local cycling events as a community service to our customers and friends. To filter this list, use the menu options at the left. And we'll see you out there!

DateEvent NameLocationDescriptionPhone
May 1, 2016National Bike Month starts (May)USALink to League of American Bicyclists' webpage on Bike Month, Bike Week, and Bike-to-Work Day. [4] [9]
May 1, 2016PMC Kids Ride – LincolnLincoln, MAOpen to kids aged 3–15, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
May 1, 2016Women's Cycling Clinic – Landry's BraintreeLandry's Braintree storeSPECIAL EVENT: 9:00am–12:00pm, FREE in-store clinic for women only. Topics include how to fix a flat, basic bike maintenance, rules of the road, and more. Presented by Patricia Brownell from Landry's Braintree with special guest coach Brian Murphy from MassBike. [10]
May 1, 2016Bike Month Kick-Off Event @ AeronautSomerville, MA1:00–5:00PM. Kick off Bike Month at the Aeronaut Brewery. Event includes socializing with local bike advocates, panel discussion, and live music. [9]
May 5, 2016SPECIAL EVENT: Women's Cycling Clinic with Sara BresnickLandry's Natick store6:00-8:00pm. Join us at Landry's Natick for a women's cycling clinic, led by Sara Bresnick of Team Pedal Power Solutions. Topics include basic bike maintenance, gear-shifting tips, and fixing a flat tire. [10]
May 8, 2016Mother's Day – Cycling Gift IdeasGive her the gift of bicycling! Check out our wide selection of cycling gifts, including new bikes, accessories, and clothing. [10]
May 14, 2016MassCommute Bicycle Challenge continuesMassachusetts (statewide)May 14–22. Week-long challenge for Massachusetts residents and employees, encouraging you to use your bicycle instead of a car to get where you need to go. Register for the challenge today! [4] [9]
May 14, 2016Bay State Bike Week startsMassachusetts (statewide)May 14–22. May is National Bike Month, and here in Massachusetts we’re doing our part to celebrate this great event with Bay State Bike Week. It’s your chance to join thousands of other cyclists across the country by doing something for the environment and having a great time while you’re at it. It’s a win/win proposition. [4] [9] [10]
May 14, 2016Cochituate Rail-Trail – Opening CeremonyFramingham, MAOpening ceremony for the Framingham segment of the Cochituate Rail-Trail. [9]
May 14, 2016NEHSCA MTB Race – Wompatuck State ParkHingham, MAMountain bike race for local, high-school cycling teams/clubs. Organized by New England High School Cycling Association (NEHSCA). Landry's is honored to sponsor NEHSCA. [6] [9]
May 15, 2016JCC Triathlon by the SeaMarblehead, MA1/8 mile swim, 10 mile bike, 3.5 mile run. [5]
May 15, 2016New England Season OpenerHopkinton, MASprint triathlon and duathlon. Tri: 1/4 mile swim, 10 mile bike, 3.1 mile run. [5]
May 15, 2016BIKE-Arlington TourArlington, MAEasy-paced 8-mile tour of Arlington's special places. Organized by the Arlington Bicycle Advisory Committee in celebration of National Bike Month. [9]
May 15, 2016PMC Kids Ride – NatickSouth Natick, MAOpen to kids aged 2–12, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. Landry's is honored to support the PMC. [2]
May 15, 2016Boston Brain Tumor RideWaltham, MAChoice of 10, 25, 40, or 62-mile routes. Funds raised benefit the National Brain Tumor Society. [2]
May 15, 2016Charles River Wheelmen – Spring CenturyWakefield, MANorth to New Hampshire. Choice of 50, 62, or 100 miles. Organized by Charles River Wheelmen. [4]
May 15, 2016Lions Spring Sprint TriathlonMarlborough, MASwim 250 yards, bike 9 miles, run 3 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
May 20, 2016National Bike to Work DayUSALink to League of American Bicyclists' webpage for National Bike to Work Day. Leave the car at home, and ride your bike to work if you can! [4] [9]
May 20, 2016Boston’s Bike to Work Day FestivalCity Hall Plaza, Boston, MA7:00–9:00am. Celebrate bicycling with bike convoys throughout metro-Boston, free breakfast, music, and more. Landry's is honored to sponsor Boston's Bike Week Festival. [4] [9]
May 21, 2016Cambridge Bike Tour – Spring RideCambridge, MABike tour through Cambridge, easy pace, escorted by the Cambridge Police bicycle patrol. Organized by Cambridge Bicycle Committee. [4] [9]
May 21, 2016NEHSCA MTB Race – Willowdale State ForestIpswich, MAMountain bike race for local, high-school cycling teams/clubs. Organized by New England High School Cycling Association (NEHSCA). Landry's is honored to sponsor NEHSCA. [6] [9]
May 22, 2016PMC Kids Ride – SturbridgeSturbridge, MAOpen to kids aged 3–13, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
May 22, 2016PMC Kids Ride – WilmingtonWilmington, MAOpen to kids aged pre-K to 6th grade, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
May 22, 2016PMC Kids Ride – Middletown, RIMiddletown, RIOpen to all kids, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
May 22, 2016PMC Kids Ride – WellesleyWellesley, MAOpen to kids aged 3–13, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. Landry's is honored to support the PMC. [2]
May 22, 2016PMC Kids Ride – WestwoodWestwood, MAOpen to kids aged 4–15, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. Landry's is honored to support the PMC. [2]
May 22, 2016Brookline Bicycle ParadeBrookline, MAFree, family-friendly loop of Brookline's Beacon Street for all levels of riders aged 10 years and older. It's a fun bicycle parade with police escorts. Landry's is honored to support the Brookline Bicycle Parade. [4] [9]
May 22, 2016Tour de Cure – North ShoreTopsfield, MAChoice of routes on the North Shore. Funds raised benefit the American Diabetes Assoc. [2]
May 22, 2016PMC Kids Ride – BelmontBelmont, MAOpen to kids of aged 3–12, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
May 22, 2016PMC Kids Ride – FraminghamFramingham, MAOpen to kids aged 3–12, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
May 22, 2016DU the Speedway DuathlonThompson, CTRun 1.7 miles, bike 10.8 miles, run 1.7 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
May 22, 2016Tour de CrèmeMattapoisett, MAChoice of 13, 25, and 48-mile bike routes with stops at local creameries to sample ice cream. Proceeds benefit walking and biking trails in Mattapoisett. [2]
May 22, 2016PMC Kids Ride – ConcordConcord, MAOpen to kids aged 5–15, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
May 22, 2016PMC Kids Ride – Cranberry CountryMiddleborough, MAOpen to kids aged 3–16, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
May 28, 2016U.S. Coast Guard MWR DuathlonBourne, MARun 2 miles, bike 12 miles, run 2 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
May 28, 2016Lexus / Chatham Bars Inn Gran FondoBoston, MAChallenging and fun 100-mile bicycle race from Boston to Cape Cod. Bike routes also available starting in Chatham. [4]
May 30, 2016Memorial Day – Special HoursLandry's stores will be OPEN 10:00am–5:00pm on Memorial Day. [10]
Jun 1, 2016Ciclismo Classico – Bike Travel Film FestivalArlington, MABicycle travel film festival, hosted by Ciclismo Classico. Proceeds benefit MassBike. [9]
Jun 1, 2016Bike Bash – MassCommute Bicycle Challenge Cambridge, MACelebrate the conclusion of the MassCommute Bicycle Challenge with fellow bike commuters! [4] [9]
Jun 4, 2016Minuteman Road Club – Ken Harrod Memorial Road RaceHarvard, MARoad-race event organized by the Minuteman Road Club. Landry's Bicycles is honored to sponsor the Minuteman Road Club. [4]
Jun 4, 2016AMC Bike RallyConcord, MAAnnual bicycle rally hosted by Boston Chapter of the Appalachian Mountain Club. Choice of various ride routes from 15–63 miles. [4] [9]
Jun 4, 2016Best Buddies – Hyannis Port Challenge Boston, MAChoice of 20, 50, or 100-mile routes from the JFK Presidential Library in Boston to Hyannis Port. Funds raised benefit people with intellectual disabilities. [2]
Jun 4, 2016NEHSCA MTB Race – Highland MTB ParkNorthfield, NHMountain bike race for local, high-school cycling teams/clubs. Organized by New England High School Cycling Association (NEHSCA). Landry's is honored to sponsor NEHSCA. [6] [9]
Jun 4, 2016Escape the Cape TriOnset Village, MASprint triathlon: 1/3 mile swim, 10 mile bike, 3.1 mile run. [5]
Jun 5, 2016Bikes Not Bombs Bike-a-ThonBoston, MAFundraising ride to support Bikes Not Bombs. Choice of various bike routes, starting in Jamaica Plain. [2] [9]
Jun 5, 2016Raid RockinghamNewmarket, NHChallenging bike route that includes significant packed gravel & climbing, choice of 45 or 60 miles. This ride can be completed on a properly prepared road or cyclocross bike. [4]
Jun 5, 2016Tour de Cure – Rhode IslandKingston, RIChoice of routes around Rhode Island. Funds raised benefit the American Diabetes Assoc. [2]
Jun 5, 2016Lake Siog TriathlonHolland, MASwim 0.5 mile, bike 11 miles, run 3 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Jun 5, 2016PMC Kids Ride – ActonActon, MAOpen to kids aged 13 and under, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jun 6, 2016Redbones Bike PartySomerville, MAOutdoor block party for the local cycling community. Proceeds benefit MassBike and NEMBA. (Rain date is June 13.) [4] [6] [9]
Jun 11, 2016Ride to End Alzheimer'sRye, NHNew location this year. Choice of 30, 62, or 100-mile routes through central Massachusetts, plus a family-ride option. Funds raised benefit Alzheimer’s Disease research. Landry's is honored to sponsor the Ride to End Alzheimer's. [2]
Jun 11, 2016PMC Kids Ride – ChelmsfordChelmsford, MAOpen to all kids, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jun 11, 2016Children’s Cancer Center – Cycle for Life Lincoln, MAChoice of 25, 50, or 80-mile bike routes. Funds raised benefit Floating Hospital for Children’s Cancer Center. [2]
Jun 11, 2016PMC Kids Ride – BedfordBedford, MAOpen to kids of all ages, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jun 12, 2016PMC Kids Ride – South ShoreHingham, MAOpen to kids aged 3–18, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jun 12, 2016PMC Kids Ride – FranklinFranklin, MAOpen to kids aged 3–14, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jun 12, 2016King's Tour of the QuabbinRutland, MAChoice of 62, 100, or 125 miles around the Quabbin Reservoir. Organized by Seven Hills Wheelmen. [4]
Jun 12, 2016Ashland Lions Olympic and Sprint TriathlonAshland, MASwim 1 mile, bike 26 miles, run 6.5 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Jun 12, 2016Tour de Cure – Maine SeacoastWells, MEChoice of routes around Maine seacoast. Funds raised benefit the American Diabetes Assoc. [2]
Jun 12, 2016Bicycles Battling CancerMarlborough, MAChoice of bike routes on scenic back roads in Central Massachusetts to benefit the American Cancer Society. Landry's is honored to support Bicycles Battling Cancer. [2]
Jun 12, 2016PMC Kids Ride – PembrokePembroke, MAOpen to all kids, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jun 17, 2016Trek Across Maine – Sunday River to the Sea (3 days)Newry, MEFriday–Sunday, 180 miles. Funds raised benefit the American Lung Assoc. [2]
Jun 17, 2016NEMBAfest (multi-day event)Kingdom Trails, VTFriday–Sunday. Annual NEMBA festival, featuring mtn bike rides, music, bike expo, bike demos, and more. Landry's Bicycles is honored to support NEMBAfest. [6] [9]
Jun 18, 2016NEMBAfest – SaturdayKingdom Trails, VTAnnual NEMBA festival, featuring mtn bike rides, music, bike expo, bike demos, and more. [6] [9]
Jun 18, 2016Patriot Half TriathlonFreetown, MAHalf Ironman distance: 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 13.1 mile run. Presented by Sun Multisport Events. Landry's Bicycles is honored to sponsor the Patriot Half Triathlon. [5]
Jun 18, 2016PMC Kids Ride – Cape AnnGloucester, MAOpen to kids aged 2–15, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jun 18, 2016OutRiders – Boston to Provincetown Bicycle RideBoston to Provincetown, MAOne day, 126-mile social ride; no fundraising required. Organized by a group of mostly gay and lesbian volunteers and cyclists. [4]
Jun 18, 2016Bike MS – Rhode Island (2 days)Kingston, RI Saturday–Sunday. 150-mile ride in Rhode Island. Funds raised benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. [2]
Jun 18, 2016PMC Kids Ride – WinchesterWinchester, MAOpen to kids aged 13 and under, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jun 19, 2016Father's Day – Cycling Gift IdeasGive him the gift of bicycling! Check out our wide selection of cycling gifts, including new bikes, accessories, and clothing. [10]
Jun 19, 2016Tour de NewtonNewton, MARescheduled date: 20-mile bicycling tour of all 13 of Newton’s villages, organized by Bike Newton. Landry's is honored to support the Tour de Newton. [9]
Jun 19, 2016NEMBAfest – SundayKingdom Trails, VTAnnual NEMBA festival, featuring mtn bike rides, music, bike expo, bike demos, and more. [6] [9]
Jun 19, 2016PMC Kids Ride – SharonSharon, MAOpen to kids aged 3–16, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. Landry's is honored to support the PMC. [2]
Jun 19, 2016Tour de Natick Natick, MAChoice of route options from 6–40 miles. Funds raised support scholarships for worthy Natick students. Sponsored by the Natick Rotary Club. Landry's is honored to support the Tour de Natick. [2]
Jun 24, 2016Longsjo Classic – Criterium Races (3 days)Various locationsFriday–Sunday. Series of criterium races planned in Leominster, Worcester, and Fitchburg. Kids Races also available (ages 3-14). Presented by the Longsjo Foundation. [4]
Jun 24, 2016Tri-State Trek (1–3 days)Newton, MAFriday–Sunday, 3 days, 270 miles from metro-Boston to New York. Funds raised benefit research for ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease). [2]
Jun 24, 2016Trans-NH Bike Ride (1–3 days)Pittsburg, NHFriday–Sunday. Choice of 1, 2, or 3-day bike routes in New Hampshire to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. [2]
Jun 25, 2016Bike MS – Cape Cod Getaway (2 days)Boston to Provincetown, MASaturday–Sunday. 150-mile coastal route with overnight accommodations at Mass Maritime Academy in Bourne. Funds raised benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Landry's Bicycles is honored to sponsor the MS Bike Tours. [2]
Jun 25, 2016PMC Kids Ride – Greater BostonBoston, MAOpen to kids aged 5–13, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jun 25, 2016Longsjo Classic – Worcester Criterium Worcester, MACriterium race in downtown Worcester, presented by the Longsjo Foundation. Landry's Worcester store is honored to sponsor this race. [4]
Jun 25, 2016Long Trail Century RideBridgewater Corners, VTChoice of 20, 60, 100 miles, or a family-friendly 5K route. Benefits Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. [4]
Jun 26, 2016Bare Hill Triathlon Harvard, MASwim 0.5 mile, bike 11 miles, run 3 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Jun 26, 2016PMC Kids Ride – PlymouthPlymouth, MAOpen to kids aged 3–13, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Jul 2, 2016Tour de France startsFranceFollow the world's most famous bicycle race. [4]
Jul 3, 2016Whaling City TriathlonNew Bedford, MASprint distance: 0.25 mile swim in Buzzards Bay, 11.3 mile bike, and 3.3 mile run. Presented by Sun Multisport Events. Landry's Bicycles is honored to sponsor the Whaling City Triathlon. [5]
Jul 4, 2016Independence Day – HOLIDAYLandry's stores will be CLOSED for the holiday. Landry's Group Rides and any in-store events are CANCELLED on July 4th due to the holiday and store closures. [10]
Jul 9, 2016Tour de Cure – New England Classic 550 (7 days)Woburn, MASaturday–Friday, 550 miles. Funds raised benefit the American Diabetes Assoc. [2]
Jul 9, 2016Tour de Cure – New England Classic 150 (2 days)Woburn, MASaturday–Sunday, 150 miles. Funds raised benefit the American Diabetes Assoc. [2]
Jul 9, 2016Prouty Century Bike Ride for Cancer ResearchHanover, NHChoice of various bike routes. Funds raised benefit the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. [2]
Jul 10, 2016Massachusetts State TriathlonWinchendon, MAOlympic distance: 0.9 mile swim, 22 mile bike, 6.2 mile run. [5]
Jul 10, 2016Lowell Olympic/Sprint Triathlon or Aquabike Lowell, MAOlympic: swim 1 mile, bike 22 miles, run 6 miles. Sprint: swim 0.25 mile, bike 11 miles, run 3 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Jul 16, 2016CF Cycle for Life – Seacoast SafariKittery, MEVarious route options available. Funds raised benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. [2]
Jul 16, 2016Bike MS – Minuteman RideConcord, MAChoice of 25 or 60-mile bike-tour routes through historic Concord and surrounding metro-west towns. Funds raised benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. [2]
Jul 17, 2016Reid's RideLynnfield, MA28-mile route to Gloucester. Funds raised benefit programs to support Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancers. Landry's is honored to support Reid's Ride. [2]
Jul 17, 2016Charles River Wheelmen – Climb to the CloudsSudbury or Bolton, MACentury ride to Mt Wachusett. Choice of various bike routes from 48–100 miles. Organized by Charles River Wheelmen. [4]
Jul 17, 2016Yomechas Olympic/Sprint Triathlon or Aquabike Middleborough, MAOlympic: swim 1 mile, bike 24 miles, run 6 miles. Sprint: swim 0.5 mile, bike 12 miles, run 3 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Jul 24, 2016AppleMan TriathlonLittleton, MASwim 0.5 mile, bike 10 miles, run 3 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Jul 24, 2016George Street Bike Challenge for Major TaylorWorcester, MAShort, steep uphill time trial. Funds raised benefit the Major Taylor Association. [2] [4] [9]
Jul 24, 2016Cycle for ShelterHaverhill, MAChoice of various bike routes in the Merrimack Valley and southern NH. Funds raised benefit Emmaus Inc. [2]
Jul 30, 2016Mt. Washington CenturyAlbany, NHChallenging ride around Mt. Washington to benefit the Tin Mountain Conservation Center. Choice of 100, 80, or 40-mile routes. [2] [4]
Jul 30, 2016Cycle Massachusetts (2 –7 days)Dudley, MAChoice of 2, 4, or 7 day options. Supported bicycle tour in Massachusetts, with daily route options of 30–70 miles. Proceeds benefit MassBike. [2] [4] [9]
Jul 30, 2016Boston Rebellion MTB Race (2 days)Walpole, MATwo days of mountain-bike races for various levels, held at Adams Farm and organized by Blue Hills Cycling Club. Spectators are welcome, and volunteers are needed too. [6]
Jul 31, 2016Boston TriathlonBoston, MASprint distance: 0.9 mile swim, 24 mile bike, 6.2 mile run. [5]
Aug 5, 2016Pan-Mass Challenge – ExpoSturbridge, MAPre-ride PMC Expo inside the Sturbridge Host Hotel. Visit Landry's booth area to purchase last-minute items before the big ride! Landry's is honored to serve as the PMC's lead bike-shop sponsor. [2] [10]
Aug 6, 2016Pan-Mass Challenge (2 days)Sturbridge to Provincetown, MASaturday–Sunday, 192 miles from Sturbridge to Provincetown, plus additional route options available. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. Landry's is honored to serve as the PMC's lead bike-shop sponsor.


PMC riders starting in Sturbridge in early August.

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Aug 6, 2016Bike MS – Green Mountain GetawayBurlington, VTChoice of various routes. Funds raised benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. [2]
Aug 7, 2016PMC Sunday One-Day – Wellesley to WellesleyWellesley, MA47-mile, one-day route for the Pan-Mass Challenge. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Aug 11, 2016Vermont Challenge (4 days)Stratton, VTThursday–Sunday. Four-day cycling challenge that tours southern and central Vermont. [4]
Aug 13, 2016Harpoon Point to PointWindsor, VTChoice of 100, 50, or 25 mile bike routes that start and finish at the Harpoon Brewery in Windsor, VT, plus post-ride party. Funds raised benefit the Vermont Foodbank. [2] [4]
Aug 13, 2016Bike MS – Great Maine Getaway (2 days)Biddeford, MESaturday–Sunday. Choice of route options each day. Benefits the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. [2]
Aug 13, 2016Hoosic River RideWestern MA, VT, and NY Choice of scenic route options, including 6-mile family ride and longer routes from 30–100 miles. Benefits the Hoosic River Watershed Association. [2] [4]
Aug 14, 2016Sharon TriathlonSharon, MASprint distance: 0.5 mile swim, 12.3 mile bike, 4.4 mile run. [5]
Aug 14, 2016Westborough Sprint TriathlonWestborough, MA0.25 mile swim, 14 mile bike, 3 mile run. Presented by Westborough Rotary Club and Sun Multisport Events. [5]
Aug 14, 2016Wild Dog TriathlonBristol RISwim 0.25 mile, bike 10.8 miles, run 2.9 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Aug 20, 2016DKH – Give it a TriPlainfield, CTSwim 0.5 mile, bike 12 miles, run 3.1 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Aug 20, 2016Pain in the Mass Tour (2 days)Amherst, MASaturday–Sunday. Challenging 1-day century or 2-day ride along "some of the most challenging terrain in the state." Proceeds benefit the Tyler Foundation. [2] [4]
Aug 20, 2016Mt. Washington Bicycle Hillclimb – Road RacePinkham Notch, NHChallenging road race to the top of Mt. Washington to benefit the Tin Mountain Conservation Center. [4]
Aug 20, 2016Cranberry Trifest – Sprint Triathlon & Kids DuathlonLakeville, MATwo-day triathlon event and festival, presented by Sun Multisport Events. Saturday – Sprint distance triathlon, plus kids duathlon. Sunday – Olympic distance triathlon. Landry's Bicycles is honored to sponsor the Cranberry Trifest. [5]
Aug 20, 2016Blazing Saddles CenturyByfield, MAChoice of 50, 62, or 100 miles. Organized by North Shore Cyclists. [4]
Aug 21, 2016Cranberry Trifest – Olympic Distance TriathlonLakeville, MATwo-day triathlon event and festival, presented by Sun Multisport Events. Saturday – Sprint distance triathlon, plus kids duathlon. Sunday – Olympic distance triathlon. Landry's Bicycles is honored to sponsor the Cranberry Trifest. [5]
Aug 27, 2016Bike MS – New Hampshire Seacoast Escape Stratham, NHChoice of 25 or 60-mile scenic bike routes. Funds raised benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. [2]
Aug 28, 2016Tri LincolnLincoln, RI Swim 0.25 mile, bike 10.5 miles, run 2.5 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Aug 28, 2016Stow Bike for the WoodsStow, MASeveral bike routes (5–65 miles) to benefit the Stow Conservation Trust. [2]
Sep 3, 2016Bike to the Beach – New EnglandBoston, MACentury ride from Boston to Newport, RI, to educate our community about the benefits of cycling and to raise awareness and funding for autism. [2]
Sep 4, 2016Darn Tough RideStowe, VTChoice of various road routes (45–100 miles) and family-friendly ride options. [4]
Sep 5, 2016Labor Day – HOLIDAYNote Landry's store hours for the Labor Day holiday:
  OPEN 10:00am–5:00pm only in Boston.
  CLOSED all day in other store locations.

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Sep 9, 2016Beyond the Bike: NYC–Boston (3 days)NYC - BostonNew York City to Boston, 270 miles, 3 days. Funds raised benefit war widows in Afghanistan. [2]
Sep 10, 2016Kelly Brush Century RideMiddlebury, VTChoice of 25–100 mile bike routes through the Champlain Valley to benefit the Kelly Brush Foundation. [2]
Sep 10, 2016Tour de Streets – LivableStreetsBoston area, MAFun, family-friendly ride that benefits the LivableStreets Alliance. Can't ride? Volunteer or donate. [2] [9]
Sep 10, 2016BikeMaine (7 days)MaineWeek-long bike tour around Maine. Organized by Bicycle Coalition of Maine. [4] [9]
Sep 10, 2016Maine Lighthouse RideSouth Portland, MEChoice of scenic coastal routes from 25–100 miles, organized by the Eastern Trail Alliance. [4]
Sep 11, 2016Ride for AngelsNorth Andover, MAChoice of various bike routes to benefit Angel Flight Northeast's free-flight program for life-saving medical care. [2]
Sep 11, 2016Charles River Wheelmen – Fall CenturyLittleton, MASoughegan River Tour. Choice of 50, 62, or 100 miles. Organized by Charles River Wheelmen. [4]
Sep 11, 2016Martha's Vineyard Triathlon 70.3Oak Bluffs, MAVarious race options available. [5]
Sep 11, 2016Ride to ThriveHarvard, MAChoice of 60 or 30-mile rides to benefit the Healing Garden Cancer Support Center. [2]
Sep 11, 2016FirmMan Half Iron, Sprint & Aquabike TriathlonNarragansett, RISwim 1.2 miles, bike 56 miles, run 13.1 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Sep 11, 2016Coast to the Cure Gloucester, MAChoice of North Shore bike routes of 24, 66, or 100 miles to benefit neurofibromatosis (NF) research. [2]
Sep 11, 2016Title 9 Women Only Sprint TriathlonHopkinton, MASprint triathlon, women only: 1/4 mile swim, 10 mile bike, 3.1 mile run. [5]
Sep 14, 2016Berkshires to Boston Bicycle Tour (4–5 days)Hancock, MAThursday–Sunday, 240-mile bike tour showcasing the best of Massachusetts cycling, from the New York border to Boston for Hub on Wheels. [2] [4]
Sep 17, 2016Harbor to the Bay – AIDS Benefit RideBoston, MAOne day event. Choice of 68 or 125-mile options. Funds raised benefit local AIDS-related charities. Landry's Bicycles is honored to support Harbor to the Bay. [2]
Sep 17, 2016TDD TriathlonDouglas, MASwim 0.25 mile, bike 11 miles, run 3.2 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Sep 17, 2016Tour de Greenbelt Essex, MAChoice of 25 or 50-mile rides to benefit the Essex County Greenbelt Association. [2]
Sep 17, 2016Pilgrimman Triathlon – SprintPlymouth, MASprint distance triathlon in Myles Standish State Forest. [5]
Sep 17, 2016CF Cycle for Life – Rhode IslandWestport, MAChoice of 25 or 62-mile bike routes. Funds raised benefit the local Cystic Fibrosis Foundation chapter. [2]
Sep 18, 2016Pilgrimman Triathlon – Olympic & Half IronPlymouth, MAOlympic and Half Iron distance race in Myles Standish State Forest. [5]
Sep 18, 2016PMC Kids Ride – LexingtonLexington, MAOpen to kids aged 3–14, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Sep 18, 2016Y-Not TriNarragansett, RISwim 0.25 miles, bike 9 miles, run 3 miles. Organized by FIRM. [5]
Sep 18, 2016Hub On WheelsBoston, MAChoice of 10, 30, or 50-mile bike routes around Boston, Mass. Funds raised benefit the Technology Goes Home program. Register for Hub On Wheels with Team Landry's. Landry's Bicycles is honored to sponsor Hub On Wheels. [2] [4] [9] [10]
Sep 18, 2016Dover-Sherborn Boosters TriathlonSherborn, MA0.25 mile swim, 14.8 mile bike, 3.4 mile run. Landry's is honored to sponsor the Dover-Sherborn Boosters Triathlon. [5]
Sep 23, 2016Autumn Escape Bike Trek (2–3 days)Plymouth, MAFriday–Sunday, 2 or 3 days, 105 or 160 miles from Plymouth to Provincetown, Mass. Funds raised benefit the American Lung Assoc. [2]
Sep 25, 2016PMC Kids Ride – BoltonBolton, MAOpen to kids aged 2–14, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. Landry's is honored to support the PMC. [2]
Sep 25, 2016Ride to Defeat ALSWayland, MAChoice of bike routes of 10, 25, 50, or 70 miles to support the ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter. [2]
Sep 25, 2016Vermont 50Brownsville, VTChallenging 50-mile mountain bike race starting and ending at Ascutney Mountain Resort. [6]
Sep 25, 2016Ride for FoodDedham, MAChoice of 10, 25, or 50-mile bike routes to benefit local food pantries. Organized by Three Squares New England. [2]
Oct 1, 2016Tour de South ShoreHingham, MAChoice of 25 or 50-mile bike routes to support research for Alzheimer’s and Multiple Sclerosis. [2]
Oct 1, 2016CF Cycle for Life – MassachusettsHolliston, MAChoice of 12, 30, or 65-mile bike routes. Register for CF Cycle for Life with Team Landry's. Volunteers also needed for this event. Funds raised benefit the local Cystic Fibrosis Foundation chapter. Landry's Bicycles is honored to sponsor CF Cycle for Life.


CF Cycle for Life riders get ready to start their ride in October.

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Oct 2, 2016Buzzards Bay Watershed RideVarious starting locationsChoice of 100, 75, 35, and 10-mile routes, all ending in Woods Hole, to benefit the Buzzards Bay Coalition's work to protect clean water. [2]
Oct 10, 2016Columbus Day – Regular HoursLandry's stores will be OPEN 10:00am–6:00pm on Columbus Day. [10]
Oct 15, 2016Krempels King of the Road ChallengeStratham, NHChoice of bike routes. Join pro cyclist Ted King along scenic bike routes to support the Krempels Center's mission to provide "new life after brain injury." [2]
Oct 15, 2016Gran Prix of Gloucester – Cyclocross (2 days)Gloucester, MATwo-day cyclocross race and festival, spectator-friendly. [4]
Nov 1, 2016TriFind – Massachusetts TriathlonsMassachusettsFor additional triathlon listings in our area, see TriFind.com. [5]
Nov 1, 2016Charity Bicycle Ride WebsiteNew EnglandFor additional benefit-ride listings in our area, see CharityBicycleRide.com. [2]
Jan 1, 2017A NEW YEAR FOR BICYCLING!Make a resolution to ride your bike more this coming year, register in advance for events, and get bicycling onto your calendar next year. [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [9] [10]
Jan 28, 2017The Resolution by PMC – SaturdayBoston, MAIndoor PMC cycling event to benefit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Choice of either Saturday or Sunday. [2]
Jan 29, 2017The Resolution by PMC – SundayBoston, MAIndoor PMC cycling event to benefit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. [2]


Landry's Group Rides:  2016 Season

JOIN US FOR A RIDE SOMETIME:  Landry's Group Rides are hosted and sponsored by our store teams.

Landry's Group Rides are a great way to stay in shape, train for an upcoming event, and meet new friends. View Landry's ride locations, descriptions, and registration details.



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Landry's marketing staff maintain this calendar as a community service for our customers and friends in the New England area. If you have a local event that you would like to see listed here, please see our Event Submission Form.

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