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Your Role In The Bicycle Revolution

There are a lot of times here in the MassBike office that we get a familiar call. Our phone rings, and a concerned citizen starts telling the story of a terrible road, dangerous intersection, bad enforcement, or any number of other barriers that keep them from bicycling. And the question inevitably follows, “So, what should […]

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MassBike Comments On GreenDOT Implementation Plan

In 2010, MassDOT launched its GreenDOT initiative, a comprehensive program to combat climate change, encourage biking, walking and transit, and support smart growth. This year, MassDOT released a draft GreenDOT Implementation Plan, and invited public comment. The plan focuses on what MassDOT can do to reduce greenhouse gases from its own operations and to make […]

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Knowlege Is Power: Register Now For Free Classes!

With the students returning and the weather cooling off, the perfect fall bicycling weather will soon be upon us. We have a lot of classes scheduled for the Boston area, and a few classes in the works for the Berkshires and Pioneer Valley. Take a look below to see if there is anything that appeals […]

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Upcoming Safety Class And Bikeable Communities Training

As the riding weather keeps flying by, it’s great to see so many people on their bikes. And what’s better than a lot of people biking around? Even MORE people biking around! We have two classes coming up soon that will help get even more people on their bikes, and keep them safe while doing […]

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Education Program Update: Classes Coming Up

The Education Program has really gotten rolling this summer! We were excited to offer our first Bikeable Communities Training in Northampton on June 30th, and had a good crowd of advocates there to learn about the process of making positive change. We also held our first on-bike skills class for the summer on June 24th, […]

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Northampton, Boston Bike Classes Coming Up

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Education Program Gets Rolling

Hey everyone! We are getting going with our On-Bike Skills classes, sponsored by the Boston Collaborative for Food and Fitness, which are meant to help bicyclists learn to ride more safely and effectively.  These classes are free and open to the public and are going to be offered frequently, so be sure to keep an […]

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MassBike Turns 35!

This year MassBike celebrates thirty-five years of promoting better biking. With its humble beginnings as the “Boston Area Bicycle Coalition” back in 1977, MassBike has had a history of growth and success. Since that time over three decades ago, we have expanded into a statewide organization with three local chapters, developed strong partnerships with other […]

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Making Democracy Work!

Have you ever walked the halls of the State House? Or met your state representative or senator? Do you want to? We are in the very early stages of planning a state advocacy summit at the State House in May. A critical part to a state summit, though, is having people from around the state […]

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Save Cycling At The 12th Annual National Bike Summit

With the current threats to federal bike funding it is more important than ever to show your support for bicycling. On March 20 – 22, the 12th annual National Bike Summit will take place in Washington D.C. and bring together advocates and government official from across the country to talk about biking in America. This […]

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