Pedego Cape Cod
We've moved! You'll love our new location ON the Cape Cod Rail Trail at the Station Avenue Trailhead!
ELECTRIC BIKE SALES
Hop right on the Cape Cod Rail Trail from our new location and experience the beauty of Cape Cod. Take an instructional ride on a Pedego Electric Bike (complimentary, of course) or take a rental for a few hours or a full day. From this mid-Cape location, an electric bike is all you need to leisurely travel the Cape Cod Rail Trail to the Lower or Upper Cape. But be forewarned – once you ride a Pedego, you’ll want one for your very own!
Brian and Pat Conway have over 30 years of business experience helping others plan and realize their retirement dreams. And now, “We’re excited about our opportunity to help people improve their wellness activities and plan for fun, travels and adventure throughout Cape Cod and beyond. Are hills, headwinds and keeping up with the kids making you hesitate? We have a plan – Pedal Assist and Throttle!”
We’ll make sure you choose the electric bike that’s best for your intended use, with safety and proper fit as priorities and you can rely on Pedego Cape Cod for maintenance and service on these well-built machines!
ELECTRIC BIKE RENTALS
EXPLORE CAPE COD
A Pedego electric bike rental is the very best way to experience Cape Cod and beyond! The nearby bike trails are safe and breathtakingly beautiful.
Visitors always say it’s the most fun and memorable activity of their trip. And locals are surprised to find such an amazing experience right in their own backyard.
Wherever you’re from, we’ll bend over backwards to make sure you leave with a giant smile on your face!
Locks and helmets are included with every rental.
Customers don’t just like Pedegos – they love them!
ELECTRIC BIKE TOURS
Cape Cod boasts 114 miles of bicycle paths and trails and, on a Pedego Electric Bike, you can explore every inch of them!
Cape Cod Rail Trail (22-mile off-road paved path) – Mid, Lower and Outer Cape: The route of the old Cape Cod Railroad passes through five mid- to lower-Cape towns. The CC Rail Trail begins in Dennis – access on Route 134 – and winds through Harwich, Brewster (with a detour through Nickerson State Park), Orleans (through the beautiful Rock Harbor area) and continues through a salt marsh to the Cape Cod National Seashore Center in Eastham and Le Count Hollow in Wellfleet. The route passes by many local points of interest and several lakes suitable for swimming and picnics, including Nickerson State Park in Brewster. It roams through forests, fields, marshes, and cranberry bogs all the way to Wellfleet. It’s a nice, safe place to ride…
The Chatham Loop: Follow the signs in a five-mile ‘loop’ from Chatham Fish Pier or any town parking lot to see Chatham Light, boatyards and harbors.
Nauset Marsh Trail (1.6 miles): Begins at the Salt Pond Visitors Center (Route 6) or Doane Rock Picnic area, both in Eastham, and runs to Coast Guard Beach in Eastham, intersecting with the Cape Cod Rail Trail. The trail provides a panoramic vista of the Atlantic Ocean. A three mile roundtrip, this route first wanders through a large grove of cedar, pine and oak and you’ll come upon a trailside bench to stop, rest and enjoy the scenery. Cross the wooden bridge spanning the marsh overlooking Salt Pond and a short distance further is the old Coast Guard Station, overlooking Coast Guard Beach.
Head of the Meadow Trail (2 miles): Cyclists can access this trail to peaceful Head of the Meadow Beach from the Meadow Beach parking are.
Province Lands Trail (7¼ miles): This is a challenging paved loop through the majestic dunes leading to Herring Cove and Race Point Beaches in Provincetown and starts from the Province Lands Visitor Center in Provincetown. The hilly route is 7-¼ miles long with Trail extensions to Herring Cove Beach, Race Point Beach and Bennet Pond that can add two more miles to your distance. Shady Beech Forest is one of the few places within the tract with extensive tree cover. There are several entry areas.
Wellfleet Town: A great little destination, there are winding roads through a quaint village, lots of art galleries and a bustling Main Street. Everything is just a short bike ride from Bay to Ocean. The Cape Cod National Seashore offers forty miles of pristine sandy beaches, marshes, ponds, and uplands that support diverse wildlife species, lighthouses, cultural landscapes, and wild cranberry bogs that can all be seen by bicycle.
Cape Cod Canal Bike Paths (14.2 miles paved, off-road trail accessed in Sagamore): These wide road paths with minimum grades run along both sides of the Cape Cod Canal. Following the length of the Canal roughly 7½ miles between the Bourne and Sagamore Bridges, enjoy beautiful sea breezes and watch the never-ending ship and boat traffic through the Canal. On the off-Cape side, pedal from Buzzards Bay to Scusset Beach (about seven miles). Or, start at the Herring Run on Route 6 or at any parking lot from the Sagamore Rotary. Cape-side, pedal from Sandwich to Bourne, about 6.8 miles, or start at the U.S. Engineering Observation Station, Sandwich or from Pleasant Street, Sagamore.
Shining Sea Bikeway (10.7 miles of paved, off-road trails):This path runs along some of the most beautiful scenery on Cape Cod, from North Falmouth village all the way to Woods Hole, home to Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and the Marine Biological Laboratory. The path merits it’s name, taken from the song “America the Beautiful,” and sports spectacular views all along the way. The route winds along the beach, past cranberry bogs and harbors, and through marshes and the Salt Pond Bird Sanctuary.
Nantucket is 14 miles long by 3.5 miles wide, is relatively flat, with few hills (some gentle and low), over 30 miles of bike paths and tolerant automobilists which makes it perfect for bicycling. Biking allows you to enjoy the island’s natural beauties close-up…while also getting somewhere. Here’s a rundown of Nantucket’s bike paths:
Surfside Beach: Start at Atlantic Avenue and Vesper Lane in Nantucket Town, and this path takes you 2.2 miles south to Surfside beach.
Cliff Road: Another route to the beaches, this path starts at Crooked Lane in Nantucket Town and follows Cliff Road north and west toward Madaket, meeting the Eel Point/Dionis Beach and Madaket bike paths after 1.2 miles.
Eel Point/Dionis Beach: Continuing west and north from the Cliff Road bike path, this takes you to Eel Point and Dionis Beach in less than a mile.
Madaket: Continuing the Cliff Road ride, the Madaket bike path starts at the intersection of Madaket and Quaker roads and goes 5.5 miles west and south to Madaket near the western end of the island.
Milestone-Siasconset: The Milestone bike path heads due east from Nantucket Town’s Milestone rotary (traffic circle) and, 6 miles later, arrives in Sconset, with its beach and cafes.
Polpis: This is the long way between Nantucket Town and Sconset, turning left off the Milestone bike path east of Milestone rotary and following the Polpis road northeast toward Polpis, Quidnet and Sankaty Light, the now-famous lighthouse that was moved back from an eroding cliff in October 2007 at a cost of $4 million. The bike path continues southeast all the way to Sconset, about 8 miles from Nantucket Town. If you follow the Polpis and Milestone bike paths you will have biked about 14 miles. Be sure to stop frequently to enjoy the natural sights along the way. Hello, fun!
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