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Statewide On-Bike Safety Classes Starting in August

Starting in August, several on-bike safety classes will be offered around the state as part of our restructured Education Program.  We have hired seven instructors located in the different regions who are eager to start using their bike education knowledge to teach hordes of bicyclists how to get where they’re going in comfort and with […]

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MassBike Offers Free Bike Safety Classes For Hubway Users

In late July, hundreds of shared bicycles and thousands of their users are going to be taking to the streets of Boston on the Hubway Bikeshare system. The City of Boston has ramped up efforts to improve safety and enforcement to improve the car-bicycle interaction, as reported today by The Boston Globe. A crucial addition […]

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Locations Needed For Classes

As I posted earlier, things are really rolling with the education program.  Most recently, we hired six new instructors located throughout the state to teach our Workshop Series and On-Bike Tutorials.  Soon, we’ll be offering open classes to the public, but before we can do that we need locations for these classes to take place! […]

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MassBike Education Program Gaining Momentum

When I started at MassBike a month ago, I hit the ground rolling with the education program. Teaching current and future bicyclists safety and confidence is an important part of what we do at MassBike, so I was glad to get started on it as soon as I joined the team. Our commuter workshop program […]

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MassBike Hiring Bike Safety Instructors

As the warmer weather approaches, more people are going to be thinking “How do I get started bike commuting” or “What do I need to know to ride in traffic?” We at MassBike are working hard to teach people exactly what they need to know – but we need some help. We are currently looking for […]

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Download The All-New “Go By Bike” Brochure

If you’ve stopped by the MassBike tent at an event, chances are that you left with a Go By Bike brochure in hand. After years of use and tens of thousands printed, Go By Bike has been updated to be even more useful, with improved information, new traffic laws, better graphics and a more readable layout. […]

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MassBike Participates In T’s New Bus Driver Training

MassBike, along with other transportation advocates, has been working closely with the MBTA to revise their bus driver training to better prepare drivers for interactions with bicyclists, and earlier this week, MassBike Executive Director David Watson participated in the first of these trainings. We are happy to report that the new training is a vast […]

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More Free Fall Classes! Sponsored by EIA

MassBike, through generous sponsorship from our partner, the Environmental Insurance Agency, will be offering four more fall classes free of charge open to the public. The classes will held in downtown Boston, at the Conservation Law Foundation office , EIA’s HQ. We will be offering our standard Commuter Workshop, two Maintenance Classes, and one Winter […]

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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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