CT: New Haven County: Milford to West Haven (Spring Biking)

Awesome shoreline ride from Milford Library to Westhaven Savin rock following the “Folks on Spokes” signs! So many beaches! Such a great ride!

Park at the Milford Library. I chose to start my ride behind the library and through the park.

Soon thereafter you reach Gulf Beach. Remember to bring a bike lock so you can take a stroll.

The FOS signs (Folks for Spokes) will route you along the shoreline to the beach communities. Pointe Beach soon follows.

The ride then continues through to Woodmont.

Per the New York Times, the Villa Rosa, a gated peach-stucco mansion built by Sylvester Poli, a theater-chain owner, in 1910. Lining a cove behind it are 10 similarly styled homes, built for Mr. Poli’s daughters and grandchildren, whose red-tile roofs recall the Mediterranean Riviera.

While I was tempted to turn around the changes in the shoreline was too enticing and so I continued to West Havens Savin Rock before I returned.

This was approximately a 10 mile out and then another 10 back for a 20 mile shoreline tour.

Published by Belinda Sheets

This is a non-promotional blog. I am not a photographer nor am I selling anything through this blog. Professionally I am a Business Transformation Specialist focused on gaining efficiencies and reducing costs for major corporations. Recent life experiences made me better appreciate the present and all that can be seen by increasing my focus and attention on my surroundings. I always enjoyed going out and exercising and I would look but I did not see as my attention was on resolving some problem. Captured through pictures and sharing insights about various locations, I hope others can enjoy my research and insights and allow themselves to pause a few moments and truly appreciate and learn new things. When you follow me that is my only gift. To know I have touched you enough to want to follow the blog. Respectfully (Stay Safe), Belinda Sheets Business Transformation professional with interests in photography, hiking, bicycling and kayaking and learning how to be present.

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