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Virtual Lobby Day Today: Help MassBike Protect Federal Funding For Bicycling

Read on for information on how you can be part of our Virtual Lobby Day. On Thursday, March 22nd, while we are visiting Congress in person, we need you to call your own U.S. Representative and both Senators and ask them to save federal funding for bicycling. All of our Representatives and Senators strongly support […]

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Cycle for Shelter: Sunday, July 22, 2012

• The 24th annual Cycle for Shelter will take place on Sunday, July 22, 2011 at Northern Essex Community College in Haverhill, MA. The ride benefits Emmaus Inc. a non-profit that since 1985 has been helping 2,500 men, women, and children out of homelessness and into independent living every year. • Cycle for Shelter has […]

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Join Team Challenge Cycle

Team Challenge for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation is pleased to announce that it will be an official charity of Centurion Cycling’s 50 mile bike event in Lake George, NY on June 24th. About Team Challenge: Team Challenge Cycle is an endurance training and fundraising program that prepares participants of all abilities to cycle 50 […]

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Volunteer Night Rescheduled To Wednesday February 15th

As many of you know, every month on the 2nd Tuesdaywe invite our members to the MassBike office to help us with our mailings and to meet some other like-minded cyclists. As an added incentive we always supply pizza and beverages for everyone in attendance. We highly recommend coming by to check this event out […]

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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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Free Winter Bike Workshop

Have you ever noticed those intrepid bicyclists out there on the roads 365 days a year, no matter how low the temperature or how high the snow? Maybe you see them and just think they’re nuts, but many year-round bicyclists will tell you how much they love biking in the cold, citing the old truism, […]

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MassBike And MassDOT, Moving Together

Last Wednesday, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation hosted the Moving Together Conference, which is an annual conference bringing together bike and pedestrian advocates with state and municipal officials to discuss active transportation in the Bay State. This year’s theme was “Advancing Healthy Transportation with GreenDOT,” GreenDot being MassDOT’s comprehensive sustainability policy. We were especially excited […]

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Attend The Boston Bike Film Festival

The Boston Bike Film Festival is returning for its 7th year and will take place on Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 7 to 11 PM at the Brattle Theater in Harvard Square. A number of short films and documentaries will be shown that explore both local (metro-Boston) and international (Holland, Brazil, Kenya, and Canada) perspectives […]

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Neighborhood Walk for New Complete Street: Dudley-Melnea Cass

Next week there will be a walk to showcase and gain feedback on the redesign of Melnea Cass Blvd. Specifically, we will look at how the redesign better serves bicyclists and pedestrians. The city is hosting this walking tour with Mayor Menino and special guest Mark Fenton, a walkability expert. Also attending are advocates and […]

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Register Today For Bike Skills Classes

There’s still time to register for the on-bike classes coming up this weekend! If you or anyone you know needs to brush up on their bike maneuvering skills or safety knowledge, then these classes are for you. And, really, who couldn’t use a little more practice on the basics of better biking? Saturday, August 20 […]

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