Blackstone River Bike Path

This bike path from Woonsocket to Providence, Rhode Island is one of our favorites. Much of it is on dedicated bike baths and then the last part is along bicycle lanes on the street. It goes through some beautiful and historic sections of the area. Come visit us on a nice day and we’ll take you on a ride. Cheers.

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21 thoughts on “Blackstone River Bike Path

  1. SOHEIR

    Beautiful bike path
    It is between the forests..isnt it?
    Photo Number 5 is the most beautiful
    Great images
    Cheers:-D

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hello Soheir:
      Part is through the forest and then part is in the city.
      I am so happy you like Number 5…It took me sooooo long to make this with my wife holding the bike steady – lol. She gets half credit.
      I hope you are having a great day there.
      Cheers =)

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you so much. I thik we take for granted how lean the path is kept…I must remember to be more appreciateive of this. The mirror shot was not so easy…My wife and I worked on it for a long time. Cheers

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  2. Stacey

    I’ll need to give this Bike path a try! I didn’t realize it went all the way to Woonsocket. We’ve done the East Bay Bike Path and have been looking for similar long rides like that one. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      The East Bay Path is heaven. We ride it at least once a year. This is signed bike lanes through Providence and Pawtucket. Then it turns into dedicated bike lanes like East Bay. It is really pretty. Definitely worth a ride. Cheers. πŸ˜ƒ

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