Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Biking Around Nantucket with Schwinn

While there are many places in this world that will always have a piece of my heart, none will ever take the coveted spot of my self-designated happy place: Nantucket. For a tiny island of just 30 miles, Nantucket (or ACK as the locals call it) just oozes all things quintessential New England: charming gray-shingled cottages marked with nautical names such as Clam Shack or Seascape, endless rows of watercolor hydrangeas dotted along unpaved, sandy roads, and quiet beaches with vast rolling dunes and fleeting sailboats passing out on the ocean.

This year, I got to celebrate my birthday and the start of summer with the Schwinn ambassador crew (+ my good friend and fellow ambassador David) biking around my favorite spots on the island. There are many coveted spots and hidden gems sprinkled throughout Nantucket, but nothing truly compares to a ride through the quaint village of  'Sconset on the way to Sankaty Head Light, undoubtedly one of the most iconic American lighthouses in the north east.

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*Thank you Schwinn Bikes for partnering on this post

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