Winslow Sprint 2013

 Thank you to all participants and volunteers of the 2nd Historic Winslow Sprint held Sunday, May 5th 2013!

Thank You to our Sponsors

About the Historic Winslow Sprint

Join us (rain or shine) for a  great day of bicycle touring in Marshfield, Scituate, and Duxbury.  This 43.5 mile tour*  follows along the salt water marshes, beaches, historic districts and most likely a few cranberry bogs in three beautiful South Shore towns.

The Winslow Sprint is a fundraiser that supports the ongoing efforts of preservation and operations for the the Issac Winslow House of Marshfield, MA.

Join us for a fun way to get out and enjoy spring, and represent a cornerstone of the history of Marshfield and South Shore!

*Riders have the option of completing the entire 43.5 miles or stoping at the rest stop at mile 21 at the rest stop.  (2012 Cue Sheets)

 

The Historic Winslow Sprint Sample Schedule

7a.m. registration and light pre-tour breakfast snacks.

9a.m. Start Time 

1 p.m. – 4 p.m. After-Party Start

 For more information on the event please contact info@winslowhouse.org.

Check back on this page for updates for the 2013 Sprint.

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Our inaugural ride was held May 6, 2012.  The Photo Gallery for the 2012 Sprint is here.

Photos courtesy of Julius Prince, Jr. of Duxbury, MA.

About the House:

The Historic 1699 Winslow House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is the ancestral home of the founding family of Marshfield. Built by Judge Isaac Winslow, grandson of Mayflower passenger and three-time governor of Plymouth Colony, Edward Winslow, the house is an example of Marshfield, and the South Shore’s historic past.

Beginning in 1920, the Winslow House has been the property of the Winslow House Association a group created specifically to promote and sustain the long-term preservation of the home. Today the Historic Winslow House is a cultural center for all of the South Shore communities, and beyond to enjoy.

Hope to see you May 2014!

The house is a 501 3 (C) non profit organization, and the flat rate donation to participate in the Tour is tax deductible as allowed by the law.

 

The Ancestral Home of the Founding Family of Marshfield