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I am a Machine Operator, And I Ride

Here’s a great story from our And I Ride campaign! We are seeking to put a face on cycling in support of a legislative campaign that we are working on this year. You can read the rest of these great bicyclist bios here. We are still accepting entries, so be sure to read below to […]

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Free, Fun, Bikes! Our First Maintenance Workshop In Waltham RSVP Now

Are you looking for something fun new and exciting? Are you in Waltham or the greater Boston area? Have you wanted to dip your toe into bicycle maintenance? Are you scared of being stranded if you get a flat tire? Well have we got something for you! This Friday, in Waltham, our first bicycle maintenance […]

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MassBike Summer Education Program, Presented By Adobe

Thanks to the generous support of Adobe Systems, MassBike is offering a variety of summer education classes free of charge to the general public. The classes will be in Waltham, where Adobe is located, but all are welcome to attend. Our first round of classes is listed below. These classes will be our Commuter Workshop […]

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New On MassBike.org: Infrastructure Problem Contacts

Photo courtesy of League of Michigan Bicyclists via Flickr We all remember that pothole on the way to work or class, you know the really deep one that always fills with water when it rains and is near invisible at night. It’s been there for months and is downright dangerous on your bike as you […]

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While Out For A Ride Keep Your Eyes Peeled For These Nasty Pests

Cycling is a great way to travel. You are moving at a speed that is quick enough to get you places on time, but not so fast that everything speeds by in a blur. Because cyclists are uniquely situated to take a good look at there surroundings we are asking everyone to be on the […]

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MassBike Gets You Sweet Deals: 20% Off Bike Bags From Mission Workshop!

MassBike has negotiated a special deal for our members and supporters: If you are in the market for a new bag, you can now get 20% off Mission Workshop products! Mission Workshop is a San Francisco-based company with 15 years experience designing and manufacturing American Made packs and bags. Mission Workshop recently introduced a expandable […]

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Traffic Advisory: Southwest Corridor Path Under Construction

DCR REPAIRING BIKE PATH ALONG SOUTHWEST CORRIDOR PARK WHAT: The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will be resurfacing portions of the bike path along the Southwest Corridor Park between Forest Hills and the Massachusetts Avenue T station. The work will correct surface defects such as exposed tree roots, providing a smoother ride for bicycle […]

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Massive Thanks To Redbones Who Raised $5500 For MassBike!

This years Redbone’s Bike Party Raised $11,000, half of which goes to MassBike! We wanted to personally thank Redbones for their continued support. They are a group of amazing people, who go through a lot of trouble to put on this annual must attend event. Thank you thank you thank you! Here are some shots […]

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Mass BikePike Tour Registration Closes July 19th, Sign Up Now!

The 4th Annual Mass BikePike Tour is taking place from August 5-8th, 2010 and there are still a few openings. But registration closes soon, so don’t get left out of what is becoming the premier bike tour in Massachusetts. The Mass BikePike Tour is a celebration of cycling in Massachusetts. Families and individuals who want […]

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MassBike Provides Free Valet Parking For David Herlihy Book Talk “The Lost Cyclist”

Author David Herlihy will present a slide show and talk about his new book, “The Lost Cyclist: The Epic Tale of an American Adventurer and His Mysterious Disappearance,” at The Boston Public Library, Abbey Room, on Thursday June 24, 2010 6:00 PM The program is free and open to the public. No registration is required. […]

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