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Broadway Commuter Repair Clinic Classes, Date Changes

Due to a slight mix-up the very fun and very informative Broadway Commuter Repair Clinics have had their dates changed. Below is a re-post of the original posting for these classes with corrected dates. There are still some slots in each class but they have been going fast so sign up now! ————— Be ready […]

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Riding Your Bicycle To Logan Airport

We are still sorting through some good stuff from the old website, this gem turned up today. I have updated what I could, but it is not perfect, if you have information that can be added please leave it in the comments. Original Content by Doug Mink, John Allen and Dan Moraseski. —————————————————— Getting to […]

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Reminder: Tuesday December 15, Important Meeting About JFK Street Bridge (Anderson Memorial Bridge Rehab)

This is a reminder to everyone in the Metro area, the JFK Street bridge is up for rehab, it is important that you attend this meeting and let the planners know that it is vital to include bicycle infrastructure in the rehabilitation process. Current conditions on this heavily cycled bridge are not optimal for bicycling, […]

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MassBike Launches “Same Roads, Same Rules” Campaign

In response to the sharp rise in bicycle commuters and recreational bicyclists, MassBike, in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, the Department of Conservation and Recreation, and the Department of Public Health, has launched a new safety campaign to educate both bicyclists and motorists about the […]

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BroadWay Bicycle School And MassBike Team Up To Offer Commuter Repair Clinic

Be ready to protect your bicycle against the ravages of winter, or get it ready to start riding again next spring! Learning how to perform basic repairs on your bicycle is an important part of bicycle commuting. To help you get there, Broadway Bicycle School has teamed up with MassBike to offer some great commuter […]

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It’s Time To Light Up!

Today is the first workday since Daylight Savings Time ended, so almost all of us will be riding home after dark tonight. You need to be seen! What’s that you say – you can see well enough by streetlight/moonlight/starlight to get home? Maybe so, but riding in the dark is about 25% seeing where you’re […]

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Forest Hills T Stop Bike Cages: Video

New Bike Link to Orange Line from Chris Lovett on Vimeo. Found this little gem, you may notice cameo’s from Laura Smeaton one of our board members, Nicole Freedman Boston Bicycle programs director, and David Watson our executive director. They really are nice cages.

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You Like Us You Really Like Us!

It is always great when we get to help people, I got this in the email today and it really brightened my day. Hi Shane, I was at the Dana-Farber bike commuting workshop you did yesterday. Just wanted to let you know that I tried your trick of putting plastic bags over my socks for […]

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The New Bicycle Commuter Benefit: What Does It Mean For You?

We’ve received many questions about the new benefit for bicycle commuters that Congress included in the financial industry bailout bill. The bottom line is that bicycle commuters nationwide are now eligible to receive up to $20 per month for commuting expenses, either as a cash reimbursement or a pre-tax deduction, and their employers can obtain […]

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