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DateEvent NameLocationDescriptionPhone
Jul 9, 2015Women's Cycling Clinic – Landry's WorcesterLandry's Worcester storeSPECIAL EVENT: 6:00-8:00pm, FREE in-store clinic for women only. Topics include essentials needed for a great ride, riding in traffic and with a group, proper lubrication and cleaning of a bicycle, and fixing flat tires. Presented by longtime cyclist and Landry's Worcester employee Kim Harvey. Come join us for a social evening of learning and fun! [10]
Jul 11, 2015Raid LamoilleStowe, VTChallenging bike route that includes significant packed gravel & climbing, choice of 31 or 62 miles. This ride can be completed on a properly prepared road or cyclocross bike. [4]
Jul 11, 2015Boston Rebellion & Barn Burner 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 11, 2015Prouty Century Bike Ride for Cancer ResearchHanover, NHChoice of various bike routes. Funds raised benefit the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. [2]
Jul 11, 2015Tour de Cure – New England Classic 550 (7 days)Woburn, MASaturday–Friday, 550 miles. Funds raised benefit the American Diabetes Assoc. [2]
Jul 11, 2015Tour de Cure – New England Classic 150 (2 days)Woburn, MASaturday–Sunday, 150 miles. Funds raised benefit the American Diabetes Assoc. [2]
Jul 11, 2015Bravehearts – Dylan Connelly Memorial RideHarvard, MAChoice of 50, 25-mile, and 2-mile children’s bike routes to benefit the National Brain Tumor Society and Camp Sunshine. [2]
Jul 12, 2015Massachusetts State TriathlonWinchendon, MAOlympic distance: 0.9 mile swim, 22 mile bike, 6.2 mile run. [5]
Jul 18, 2015Bike 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 18, 2015Ride to End Alzheimer'sDevens, MAChoice 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]
Jul 18, 2015Mt. 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 18, 2015Women's Bike Ride and FestivalBoston, MAAll-women’s rides and festival, featuring scenic 10, 30, and 50 mile rides, skills clinics, family activities, music, and more. Organized by Boston Bikes. [9]
Jul 18, 2015CF Cycle for Life – Seacoast Safari (2 days)Kittery, MEVarious route options available. Funds raised benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. [2]
Jul 19, 2015Maine Lobster RideRockland, MEChoice of bike routes from 15–100 miles. Organized by the Bicycle Coalition of Maine. [4] [9]
Jul 19, 2015Reid'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 19, 2015Charles 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 19, 2015Ride for LivWestford, MAChoice of 23-mile bike route or 6-mile family ride to benefit the Live for Liv Foundation. [2]
Jul 24, 2015Bike Friday Celebration – JulyCity Hall Plaza, Boston, MA7:00–9:00am. Celebrate bicycling with bike convoys throughout metro-Boston, free breakfast, music, and more. [4] [9]
Jul 25, 2015JDRF Ride to Cure DiabetesBurlington, VTChoice of various bike routes to benefit JDRF. [2]
Jul 26, 2015Cycle for ShelterHaverhill, MAChoice of various bike routes in the Merrimack Valley and southern NH. Funds raised benefit Emmaus Inc. [2]
Jul 31, 2015Pan-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 1, 2015Pan-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 1, 2015Cycle Massachusetts (2 –7 days)Northampton, 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]
Aug 1, 2015Bike MS – Green Mountain Getaway (2 days)Burlington, VTSaturday–Sunday. Choice of various routes each day. Funds raised benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. [2]
Aug 2, 2015Whaling City TriathlonNew Bedford, MASprint distance: 0.25 mile swim in Buzzards Bay, 11.3 mile bike, and 3.3 mile run. [5]
Aug 2, 2015PMC 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 8, 2015Bike MS – Great Maine Getaway (2 days)Biddeford, MESaturday–Sunday. Choice of route options each day. Benefits the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. [2]
Aug 8, 2015Harpoon 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 9, 2015Sharon TriathlonSharon, MASprint distance: 0.5 mile swim, 12.3 mile bike, 4.4 mile run. [5]
Aug 9, 2015Boston TriathlonBoston, MASprint distance: 0.5 mile swim, 9 mile bike, 4.4 mile run. [5]
Aug 13, 2015Vermont Challenge (4 days)Stratton, VTThursday–Sunday. Four-day cycling challenge that tours southern and central Vermont. [4]
Aug 15, 2015Mt. Washington Bicycle Hillclimb – Road RacePinkham Notch, NHChallenging road race to the top of Mt. Washington to benefit the Tin Mountain Conservation Center. [4]
Aug 15, 2015Blazing Saddles CenturyByfield, MAChoice of 50, 62, or 100 miles. Organized by North Shore Cyclists. [4]
Aug 15, 2015Hoosic 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 16, 2015Westborough Sprint TriathlonWestborough, MA0.25 mile swim, 14 mile bike, 3 mile run. Presented by Westborough Rotary Club and Sun Multisport Events. [5]
Aug 16, 2015Hampshire 100Greenfield, NHChallenging mountain bike race in southern New Hampshire. [6]
Aug 22, 2015Pain in the Mass Tour (2 days)Bolton, MASaturday–Sunday. Challenging 1-day century or 2-day ride along "some of the most challenging terrain in the state." Proceeds benefit Home Away Fund. [2] [4]
Aug 22, 2015Cranberry 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 22, 2015Bike 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 23, 2015Cranberry 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 23, 2015Stow Bike for the WoodsStow, MASeveral bike routes (5–65 miles) to benefit the Stow Conservation Trust. [2]
Aug 28, 2015Bike Friday Celebration – AugustCity Hall Plaza, Boston, MA7:00–9:00am. Celebrate bicycling with bike convoys throughout metro-Boston, free breakfast, music, and more. [4] [9]
Sep 4, 2015Bike 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 6, 2015Darn Tough RideStowe, VTChoice of various road routes (45–100 miles) and family-friendly ride options. [4]
Sep 7, 2015Labor Day – HOLIDAYNote Landry's store hours for the Labor Day holiday:
  OPEN 10:00am–6:00pm only in Boston.
  CLOSED all day in Braintree, Natick, Norwood, and Westboro.

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Sep 12, 2015Coast to the CureGloucester, MAChoice of North Shore bike routes of 24, 66, or 100 miles to benefit neurofibromatosis (NF) research. [2]
Sep 12, 2015BikeMaine (7 days)MaineWeek-long bike tour around Maine. Organized by Bicycle Coalition of Maine. [4] [9]
Sep 12, 2015Cycle Merrimack – Salvation ArmyBillerica, MAChoice of various bike routes to benefit the Greater Lowell Salvation Army. [2]
Sep 12, 2015Tour de Streets – LivableStreetsWatertown, MAFun, family-friendly ride that benefits the LivableStreets Alliance. Event formerly named Bike4Life. Can't ride? Volunteer or donate. [2] [9]
Sep 12, 2015Maine Lighthouse RideSouth Portland, MEChoice of scenic coastal routes from 25–100 miles, organized by the Eastern Trail Alliance. [4]
Sep 13, 2015Ride for AngelsNorth Andover, MAChoice of various bike routes to benefit Angel Flight Northeast's free-flight program for life-saving medical care. [2]
Sep 13, 2015Ride to ThriveHarvard, MAChoice of 60 or 30-mile rides to benefit the Healing Garden Cancer Support Center. [2]
Sep 13, 2015Tour de Greenbelt Essex, MAChoice of 25 or 50-mile rides to benefit the Essex County Greenbelt Association. [2]
Sep 13, 2015Martha's Vineyard Triathlon 70.3Oak Bluffs, MA1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 13.1 mile run. Proceeds benefit YMCA of Martha's Vineyard. [5]
Sep 13, 2015Dover-Sherborn Boosters TriathlonDover, MA.25 mile swim, 14.8 mile bike, 3.2 mile run. Landry's is honored to sponsor the Dover-Sherborn Boosters Triathlon. [5]
Sep 16, 2015Berkshires 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 19, 2015TD Bank Mayor's Cup – Pro RaceBoston, MAPro bike race with men's and women's events, plus a kids race and bike festival in Downtown Boston. The event is free for spectators. [4] [9]
Sep 19, 2015Harbor 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 19, 2015Woony River Bike-A-ThonProvidence, RIChoice of various bike routes to benefit the Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council's youth programs and future bike-path extensions. [2]
Sep 19, 2015Pilgrimman Triathlon – SprintPlymouth, MASprint distance triathlon in Myles Standish State Forest. [5]
Sep 20, 2015Pilgrimman Triathlon – Olympic & Half IronPlymouth, MAOlympic and Half Iron distance race in Myles Standish State Forest. [5]
Sep 20, 2015Ride for FoodDedham, MAChoice of 12, 25, or 50-mile bike routes to benefit local food pantries. Organized by Three Squares New England. [2]
Sep 20, 2015Hub 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 20, 2015PMC Kids Ride – LexingtonLexington, MAOpen to kids aged 3–14, with choice of route and activities. Funds raised benefit cancer research and treatment. [2]
Sep 21, 2015Bicycle-Touring Leadership Training (4 days)Littleton, MATraining course designed for experienced bicycle travelers who wish to learn our philosophy of leadership and how it applies to self-contained and supported bicycle tours. Organized by Adventure Cycling Assoc. [4] [9]
Sep 24, 2015New England Bike/Walk SummitWorcester, MARegional bike-advocacy conference with informational sessions, educational opportunities, networking, and more. [4] [9]
Sep 25, 2015Pedal for PSC – Charity Bike Ride on Martha's Vineyard (3 days)Edgartown, MAFriday– Sunday. Friday warm-up ride, Saturday 31 or 62 miles, and Sunday victory ride. Funds raised benefit PSC Partners Seeking a Cure foundation. [2]
Sep 25, 2015Autumn 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 26, 2015Rodman Ride for KidsFoxboro, MAChoice of 25, 50, and 100-mile routes, starting in Foxboro. Funds raised benefit a broad range of programs that serve children across New England. Landry's Bicycles is honored to support the Rodman Ride for Kids. [2]
Sep 26, 2015Ride Against CancerWood River Junction, RIChoice of various bike routes (6–65 miles) to benefit pediatric cancer survivors going to college. [2]
Sep 27, 2015D.W. Field Triathlon (Bike, Boat & Run)Brockton, MA14 mile bike, 2 mile canoe/kayak, 4 mile run. Benefits the Brockton Neighborhood Health Center. [5]
Sep 27, 2015PMC 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 27, 2015Ride to Defeat ALSWayland, MAChoice of bike routes of 10, 25, 50, or 70 miles to support the ALS Association Massachusetts Chapter. [2]
Oct 2, 2015Providence Cyclocross Festival (3 days)Providence, RIFriday–Sunday. Three-day cyclocross race festival, spectator-friendly. [4]
Oct 3, 2015CF 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 3, 2015Paws & Pedals – Fundraising RideNorth Brookfield, MAChoice of 25-mile bike route or 10-mile family-friendly ride to benefit Second Chance Animal Shelter. [2]
Oct 4, 2015Gran Fondo New EnglandProvidence, RIChoice of 28, 63, and 104 miles in spectacular New England fall foliage to support East Coast Greenway Alliance. In collaboration with Providence Cyclo-cross Festival. [4]
Oct 5, 2015Landry's Fall Store HoursLandry's fall store hours start this week, through November 26:
Mon-Wed 10-6, Thu-Fri 10-8, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 12-5.

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Oct 17, 2015Krempels 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 23, 2015Boston Bike Film FestivalArlington, MACelebration of cycling-related films. Proceeds benefit local bike-advocacy groups, including MassBike. [4] [6] [9]
Nov 1, 2015TriFind – Massachusetts TriathlonsMassachusettsFor additional triathlon listings in our area, see TriFind.com. [5]
Dec 6, 2015Blue Hills Mountain-Bike Toy RideMilton, MAMountain bike rides in Blue Hills for all levels, with toy/gift donations requested for less fortunate kids during the holiday season. Organized by NEMBA's Southeast MA chapter. [2] [6]
Jan 1, 2016A 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]



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