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Biking Through History

Wed, 05/25/2022 - 19:14

A bike safety program at the Southampton History Museum on Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. will include safety tips from police, helmet fittings, assistance mounting toddler bike seats, and the launch of a seven-mile bike route that will pass such spots of historical significance as St. Andrew’s Dune Church, the Southampton African American Museum, the Shinnecock Reservation, the site of the former Pyrrhus Concer homestead, Lake Agawam, and the Halsey House and its garden. Bikes will be available to rent through PedalShare.

The route, the brain child of the Southampton Village Climate Action Committee, is accessible by QR code and also available at southamptonhistory.org/tours and in printed form at the Chamber of Commerce, Village Hall, and Rotations Bicycle Center. It begins and ends at the Rogers Mansion on Meeting House Lane.


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