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Be Bright: This Fall Stay Visible And In Style

One of the best ways to stay safe while riding is to be visible on the road. That’s why we recommend all cyclists use lights and wear reflective or fluorescent colored clothing. The trouble is that these bright, highly-visible clothes though functional aren’t always considered the most fashionable items. Well we have some good news […]

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Upcoming Lecture: Professor John Pucher – Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable Cities (10/15)

Come see see Professor John Pucher lecture on Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable Cities: Lessons from Europe and North America. Professor Pucher has especially tailored the talk to include many specific examples of good and bad walking and cycling conditions in the Boston Area.  He will also show several Excel graphics and GIS maps […]

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Volunteers Needed for MassBike Events!

We have a bunch of super fun events coming up soon (as early as this weekend) and we really need some help to make these events happen! We have lots of different types of volunteer opportunities so there is something for everyone. Volunteering with MassBike is a fun way to spend some time showing your […]

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We Did It! 2 Mile Challenge A Success!

During the month of August we asked you, our members, supporters, and the cycling community at large to rally together and log each bike trip they rode online for the ClifBar 2 Mile Challenge. The Challenge is designed as a fun, interactive way to get people onto their bikes while at the same time supporting […]

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Come Join The Fun At The 2012 Connnecticut Valley Century Benefit Bike Ride – Sept. 9, 2012

The COVAC 2012 is a fun but challenging ride offering four routes: 100, 75, 50 or 25 miles. The rides are relatively flat and follow rolling terrain on the West bank of the Connecticut River to Brattleboro, VT, crossing into New Hampshire and returning following the East bank of the Connecticut River through picturesque farmland […]

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2 Mile Challenge Update – Only 9 Days Left!

For the past 22 days riders all across the country have been logging into 2milechallenge.com and recording their bike trips in support of MassBike. Each trip logged during August equals a dollar for MassBike up to $10,000. So far we have been really cruising, averaging 304 trips a day and logging a total of 6,783 […]

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Need Help Logging into 2MileChallenge.com?

We have been getting a lot of feedback from folks who would love to log trips but are having trouble logging in to 2MileChallenge.com.  To help out we have put together some detailed step-by-step instructions (with screen shots of each step) for logging in and logging your miles. Follow these easy steps and you will […]

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MassBike Summer Century and Family Ride Wrap-up

  On the last Saturday in July MassBike held its 3rd Annual Summer Century & Family Ride and it was a terrific success! The weather cooperated with the first few rain drops starting to fall just as we finished packing up.   Over 280 cyclists joined us for a great day of riding and a delicious […]

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MassBike Chosen as Beneficiary of CLIF Bar 2 Mile Challenge

The Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition (MassBike) is excited to announce that it has been chosen as the August 2012 beneficiary of the CLIF Bar 2 Mile Challenge. Each month, CLIF Bar picks a different bicycling non-profit as the beneficiary of its nationwide challenge to get people out of their cars for trips under 2 miles.  For […]

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Help Us Make Bicycling Better in Massachusetts – Volunteer with MassBike

We most definitely appreciate all the financial support we receive from our members, but we couldn’t succeed without the help of our member volunteers.  Volunteering is a great way to give back to the MassBike community while having fun and connecting with others. We have a number of great volunteer opportunities coming up and would […]

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