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Fabulous Ride

Thoroughly enjoyed this flat, scenic ride. We parked in Bristol park and enjoyed the ride along... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
kathleen g
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New York
EBBP is a RI gem

The EBBP is easily one of my favourite things about PVD. It is a mostly flat easy ride, with a... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2017
tealgap
,
London, United Kingdom
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A 14.5-mile paved path stretching from East Providence to Bristol.
  • Excellent67%
  • Very good31%
  • Average2%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Thoroughly enjoyed this flat, scenic ride. We parked in Bristol park and enjoyed the ride along the water and through the greenery. We ended in Bristol with a walk around town and enjoyed dinner at a waterside restaurant. One of my favorite cycling paths.

Thank kathleen g
Reviewed 7 September 2017

The EBBP is easily one of my favourite things about PVD. It is a mostly flat easy ride, with a section or two that goes uphill for a short period of time. Great scenery, occasional salty ocean breezes, and over 14 miles of fun-riding. The...More

Thank tealgap
Reviewed 2 September 2017

Rode my bicycle from Roger Williams University (near Mount Hope Bridge) through Bristol to Warren to the East Bay Bicycle Path and onto Riverside about 12.2 miles. For those of you a little braver (or fool hardy) than me, you can ride your bicycle across...More

Thank 2S2P2L
Reviewed 23 August 2017

This ride in Rhode Island is a favorite. Not the longest, not the most strenuous, but definitely the most scenic. There are numerous intersections with public roads. Vehicle drivers are extremely courteous. There is very little signage on the path. If you had an emergency,...More

Thank rdna5
Reviewed 8 August 2017

Had a beautiful day to do this trail and enjoyed it very much. Started in Providence and rode to Bristol, had lunch and rode back. The trail is easy to do and flat, with the exception of 1 or 2 small hills. As others have...More

Thank Toby168
Reviewed 4 August 2017

We traveled from Bristol along the path 8 miles to Barrington. It's a nice flat trail but the lack of maintenance has left so many bumps from roots and cracks that it's more like mountain biking. Never mind the loose wood planks on either of...More

Thank Tim P
Reviewed 29 July 2017

Participated in a group ride on the rail trail. It was very scenic, flat and wide. The trail had quite a few tree roots poking through so you had to keep your eyes on the trail to prevent falling. People are very friendly and courteous....More

Thank nancy2010
Reviewed 29 May 2017

Took us about 1.5 hours in each direction, there are many stops at intersections. The path can be crowded with other cyclists and families with kids, but chill out and realize that your are not training for the tour de france and enjoy the day....More

Thank leafpeeper98
Reviewed 15 April 2017

This is a great bike path for anyone in reasonable shape. There are no big hills, nothing that will require anything more than a moderate level of riding. The path goes through many towns from Providence to Bristol, passing through wooded areas and by the...More

Thank RhodeIslandActor
Reviewed 12 October 2016 via mobile

This is a great bike path for families. Views are beautiful and there are few road crossings (at least on the southern portion we saw.) One warning: this path is fairly narrow and is used by families with strollers, little kids on bikes, pedestrians of...More

Thank abcjen
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