Honey 100 2015

Last year was a blast and we are so excited for 2015’s Honey 100. The fourth annual Honey 100 offers some of the best riding in eastern Massachusetts.  This ride is a true adventure, not a race.

For more information, please visit Honey Bikes

To register for this year's Honey 100, go to

Space is limited, so sign up right away!

honey 100 route

Hosted by Ride Studio Cafe, with the routes designed by Overland Base Camp, the day is sure to encompass what Honey Bikes is all about on the road and in the woods.

This year, in addition to the 100 km and 50 km routes, they’ve added a third distance of 100-miles! The truest of Honey 100s.

The Honey 100 will begin and end at Ride Studio Café in Lexington, MA and as with all of OBC’s events, there will be plenty of great food along the way. All riders should come early and bring their appetites for a pre-ride breakfast. Depending on which route you choose, there will also be a lunch stop on the route and two “food Stops” which will include a variety food bars, nutrition options, water, drink mixes, and fresh fruit.

honey 100 trail


honey 100 biscuitsThree Riding Category Options

For this year they've added two more categories! Details are at the Honey 100 Ride page. • Guided Group: Honey and Ride Studio Cafe provide a ride navigator so you don't have to worry about the 1,000 turns. • Team: Get a group of 4-6 friends together and push yourselves to the limit. No waiting for other riders. • Self-Led: For those that prefer to roll at their own pace. Let us know if you have any questions. Email us at:

We are looking forward to hitting the trails with some returning riders and many new faces as well.


Overland Base Camp's Diverged Ride


Overland Base Camp's Season Opener is happening again this Saturday, April 25th!  This ride is hosted by Ride Studio Café in Lexington, MA and sponsored by Honey Bikes.  This ride is free and includes breakfast for all the riders.

Waffles before Diverged - photo - Rob Vandermark

Diverged is all about riding the trails and roads less taken.  Inspired by Robert Frost's poem, The Road Not Taken, it's one of our favorite rides because it's still early in the season so we get to see the trails come to life, and travel many different terrains on our route.

Diverged Ride in the Woods - photo - Rob Vandermark

The ride offers two distances as well as some different speed options to fit your pace.

The longer ride is 38 miles of pavement, gravel, dirt, and rocks.  About half of the ride is unpaved with some singletrack, too.  This ride is expected to take between 3.5 - 5 hours.  You can also choose 17 miles of the same terrain, which is expected to take between 2.5 - 4 hours.

There will be a fun pace for those who want to take pictures, enjoy the weather and ease into the season, a medium pace to challenge and push riders without overdoing it, and a fast pace which will have you riding at your threshold with no time for pictures.

Group sizes are limited.  Get more details and sign up for your ride at Diverged Overview page.