November 4, 2019 mmicheliPhotos: Fall Colors Ride 2019About 100 Ride in the Sun on the Fall Colors Ride [Show as slideshow] Riders posed for a shot before the ride at Night Shift Brewery in Everett. Traffic was stopped on the Fellsway in Medford to allow the bike riders to cross over to the park. The ride went along a new pathway built in Everett. The new path is an offshoot of the Northern Strand Trail that loops around a newly built park. Riders of all ages, from kids to senior citizens, enjoyed the 15-mile ride. Bike to the Sea Board Member Peter Sutton (green jacket) led the ride along the Malden and Mystic Rivers. The newly built path in Everett loops off of the Northern Strand Trail and then loops back onto it. Riders stopped along the Mystic River on their way to the Fellsway in Medford. The ride was mostly off-road on paths in Everett, Malden, Medford, and Somerville. With temperatures in the high 50s, the sunny weather was perfect for riding. The ride left from Night Shift Brewery and ventured down the Northern Strand Trail in Everett. The ride featured beautiful views along the Malden River. The ride included some off-road paths in Medford along the Mystic River. Towards the end of the ride, bicyclists rode along the Malden River with views of the Encore Casino building. Bicyclists rode beneath Weeping Willow trees along the Malden River. One of the youngest riders enjoyed a fall snack before the ride began at Night Shift Brewery in Everett. Bicyclists rode by the iconic Teddie Peanut Butter sign on the last leg of the trip in Everett.