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MassBike Tackles Seasonal Worker Bike Safety On Cape Cod

Cape Cod is fondly regarded as a top bike-friendly destination in Massachusetts with its rail trails, scenic byways, and frequent organized rides. But local residents and officials have recently been sounding the alarm about bicycle safety for the thousands of seasonal workers who flock to the area every summer to work in restaurants and resorts. MassBike and […]

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Safe Routes To School – Wait, Did You Say FREE?

Did you know that MassBike offers free bike safety trainings to children grades 4 – 8? That’s right, I said FREE. Each school year, MassBike teaches thousands of elementary and middle school children how to ride their bikes more safely. Since beginning our youth education outreach, we’ve brought our school-age workshops to schools in Worcester, […]

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We’re Crowdsourcing The State!

Help us capture the best of Massachusetts biking in video! MassBike is in the midst of producing a new police training video, working with the Boston Police Department and several other police departments. We’ve been busy filming the actual training scenarios, but we could use some help from every corner of Massachusetts to lend a […]

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Safe Routes to School: Get Biking! Get Walking!

The school year has just begun and we’re getting ready to teach thousands of elementary and middle school children how to ride their bikes more safely. Since 2009, MassBike has been teaching through the Safe Routes to School Program, a federally-funded initiative which promotes healthy transportation alternatives for trips to and from school. On October 9, 2013 join Massachusetts […]

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MassBike’s New Project In Springfield

Earlier in the month, MassBike kicked off a project in Springfield to help develop a bicycle and pedestrian plan and implementation strategy, which will set the stage for increased rates of active transportation in the city. While the details are still being finalized, Programs Director Price Armstrong has been spending two to three days per […]

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MassBike Is Hiring!

We are excited to announce two great job opportunities. We are hiring a part-time Bike Safety Instructor for the Boston area and a Project Coordinator based in Springfield, Massachusetts. If you or anyone you know would be interested in either of these positions, please send in an application. We are expecting to close the hiring […]

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MassBike’s New Program Associate

We are proud to introduce our new Program Associate, Shawn Musgrave! Shawn will be coordinating the Education Program and helping out with communications, so you can count on seeing him on the blog and in the classroom. A recent graduate of Boston University, Shawn is deeply committed to bicycling for recreation and transportation. One of […]

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Bring MassBike to Your Kids’ School!

Each school year, MassBike teaches thousands of elementary and middle school children how to ride their bikes more safely. Since beginning our youth education outreach, we’ve brought our school-age workshops to schools in Worcester, Cambridge, Salem, Franklin, Framingham and dozens of communities around the state. With April vacation upon us, MassBike already has bike safety […]

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Springfield High Schoolers Work Toward Safer Streets

Last Fall, we went to the Renaissance High School in Springfield to work with a small group of high schoolers on how to do a Bikeability Assessment. That initial training has now grown into a larger project, and last week Programs Director Price Armstrong went back to Renaissance High School to teach even more students […]

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MassBike Is Hiring!

We have an incredibly busy year of advocacy and education planned, and we need more help to make it happen! We have two positions available immediately: a half-time Program Associate and a full-time Events and Outreach Manager. Check out the job descriptions below for the details, and please forward this on to others who might […]

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