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Your Support Helps Build Bike Lanes

Our work in Springfield helped build their first ever bike lane! Give to MassBike to help residents across Massachusetts get infrastructure.   Click here to open image on the web and to share.  

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Your Support Helps Make Bicyclists Count

Giving Tuesday is coming up in one week, and we are kicking off our winter appeal! To show you how important you are to MassBike’s mission to promote a bicycle-friendly environment, we’ve cycled through the ways your support helps bicyclists. Click the image below to read about how you help make bicyclists count or just […]

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The Different Safe Routes to School

Everyone in Massachusetts should have the option to ride his or her bike safely. This is especially true for young, school-aged riders. The benefits of getting kids on bikes are big: healthier kids, less air pollution, and a larger cycling community that can encourage infrastructure changes such as new bike lanes or paths. But one […]

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Foxx Announces New Initiative at Pro Walk/Pro Bike

At Pro Walk/Pro Bike today, Secretary Anthony Foxx of the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) announced a new USDOT national bicycle and pedestrian safety initiative to Close gaps in bicycle and pedestrian networks, especially in low-income neighborhoods. Conduct bicycle and pedestrian safety assessments in every state. Recently in Quincy, MassBike and WalkBoston led one of […]

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Biking in Melrose: Good for Business

This August, Melrose became the latest community to participate in MassBike’s Bikeable Communities Program. The Melrose Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Committee, which promotes biking and walking in Melrose, contacted us because they wanted more information about how they could implement bike infrastructure in their city and encourage more biking for transportation. As Kara Showers, of […]

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MassBike Is Hiring a New Executive Director

Yesterday we announced that David Watson is stepping down as the Executive Director of MassBike. Now we are starting the search for a new ED. If you or anyone you know is interested, read the job description here (pdf), and send an application to EDsearch@massbike.org!

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Executive Director David Watson Shifts Gears

Today our Executive Director, David Watson, announced that he will be leaving MassBike. David has been with us for more than eight years and in that time has used his passion for biking to help make Massachusetts safer for all cyclists. Watson remembers biking in the streets of Massachusetts at the beginning of his tenure […]

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All the World’s a Playway

MassBike’s Jimmy Pereira at the DSNI Playway Imagine what it would be like to have a street dedicated to bicycling and walking. This street is not a shared bike lane. It is a neighborhood block with houses and open spaces for play and community engagement.What you are picturing is a playway. Playways are temporary street […]

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Volunteer for Fenway Park Bike Valet #biketotheballpark

This coming Saturday and Sunday, the Boston Red Sox and MassBike will be launching a pilot bike valet parking service at Fenway Park. Bike Valet is volunteer powered, and we are seeking volunteers who want to help make sure the pilot weekend of Fenway Park Bike Valet is a huge success. Duties will include helping […]

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Last Chance to Sign Up for Mass BikePike Tour!

This Sunday, July 20th is the final day to register for the Mass BikePike Tour! What tour lets you take in the sights, sounds, smells and tastes while riding at your own pace along the scenic back roads of Massachusetts? What tour welcomes whole families, single riders, and everyone in between to gather around friendly campfires every night? What […]

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