My first coffeeneuring trip was an early morning ride, starting in the fog, with remarkably little traffic. You say there shouldn't be much traffic at 5:30 AM but there is some and there wasn't any that day. Full report is here. In case you don't follow the link, here is what sunrise looked like:
My second coffeeneuring trip was a weekday trip, taking advantage of new rules as of 2016:
My third coffeeneuring trip was a ride from Concord to Harvard with my friend Carl. Concord is approximately the midpoint between our homes and starting there made for a pretty short ride to Harvard. We had very cold weather to start but the day warmed up so we could enjoy coffee outside.
|On the way up the hill - time to remove some layers.|
|Bike parking at the Harvard General Store.|
|Coffee, outside. But not a coffees shop without walls. We even sat on one.|
Coffeeneuring #5 was a nice dirt and paved road ride, including the Reformatory Branch Trail and Battle Road along with a great latte at Ride Studio Cafe.
|Side trail in Concord. It was a bit rooty but I made it on 28 mm tires.|
|At Ride Studio Cafe.|
And, finally, I missed the ending date but still made time for an espresso at NOCA (North Cambridge) Provisions, which was worth the stop:
Mary asked me to make the maps again and I happily worked with her on the maps. Mary adds the data and I've been hosting the maps here.