South County Bike and Road Map
Published in 2004
Map dimensions: 26.25″ (66.7 cm) x 23″ (58.4 cm) – w x h – folds to 3.75″ (9.5 cm) x 5.75″ (14.6 cm)
Printed on two sides on high quality, waterproof, tear resistant Hop-Syn® Synthetic paper
Back in the 17th century and early 18th Century, the southern region of Rhode Island was called the King’s Province; then during the American Revolution it was renamed Washington County, in honor of George, the father of his country. Today, it’s more popularly known as South County. Regardless what you call it, bicyclers today don’t really care what it’s name is, they just want to enjoy peddling over the low, rolling hills and intervening valleys on the many shaded back roads this bucolic area is better known for today. This comprehensive road map of South County was designed with bicyclers in mind and includes much information they will find useful, such as mileage between intersections of most roads, symbols marking scenic and hazardous sections of roads, symbols marking steep hills and much more.
Bike and road map of South County also includes West Greenwich and parts of Coventry, East Greenwich, and Southeastern Connecticut. With separate maps of six great bike rides in beautiful southern Rhode Island.
You can see more photographs of the sites along these bike rides at our Facebook page.