Waterfront views, scenic woodlands and some of Maryland’s most historic locales set the backdrop for the Salisbury Jaycees’ fourth annual Soft Shell Metric Century bike ride in lower Somerset County on Saturday, May 28. Following a show-and-go start at the Crisfield American Legion Hall (116 Brick Kiln Rd.) from 8-9 a.m., riders have the option of following a 62.1-mile (100-kilometer) or 23.1-mile route. Both routes pass some of Crisfield’s most picturesque and historic areas, including the rustic crab shanties of Jenkins Creek. Riders also will have the chance to see a working watermen’s community in action at the Small Boat Harbor. The Crisfield Heritage Foundation offers free tours of the restored workshop of famed decoy carvers Lem and Steve Ward for this year’s participants. Cyclists on the 23-mile route will tour the wooded areas of Crisfield and Marion Station, while those braving the full 62-mile route will have the opportunity to see some of the county’s most historic churches as they travel north to Rehobeth before returning to Crisfield, the southernmost point in Maryland. SAG service will be available.