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Give Me 2 Minutes!

Two minutes is all it takes to save lives and build healthier communities. If you already know that MassBike is working hard to make bicycling safer and more convenient for more people – no need to read further. Help us finish 2013 strong and prepare for the challenges of 2014 by making your most generous […]

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Support MassBike On “Giving Tuesday”!

Black Friday…Shop Local Saturday…Cyber Monday…Giving Tuesday! Many people are busy shopping for gifts for friends and loved ones these days, braving crowded stores and chasing online deals. But there is another way to bring meaning to the holiday season. Giving Tuesday (#GivingTuesday online) is a chance to pause, reflect, and redirect some of that energy […]

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Hurry! Last Chance to Buy Discount Tickets for the Summer Century & Family Fun Fest!

This year’s Summer Century & Family Fun Fest is coming up fast! Taking place on Saturday, July 27th at the gorgeous NARA Park in Acton, this event is geared toward anyone who loves bicycles, BBQ, or the beach! We’ve got you and your family and friends covered—no matter your bicycling experience level. This is a […]

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Ride for Angels: a great race and an even better cause!

Grab your bike and join Angel Flight Northeast for the Third Annual Ride for Angels on Sunday, September 8. Help raise awareness for Angel Flight Northeast,  non-profit organization that provides free flights in private aircraft by volunteer pilots, for persons who need access to medical care or have other compelling needs. Angel Flight NE brings hope and […]

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Get Your Tickets For Bike Night 2013 By June 4th!

Bike Night: From The Bikeway To The Runway is Friday, June 7th! But ticket sales end Tuesday, June 4th, and tickets will not be available at the door. Act right now to reserve your seat at Boston’s only cycling gala and fashion show! Support MassBike‘s statewide advocacy and education programs helping more people ride bikes […]

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Cycle The WAVE Massachusetts Is Coming To Ashland

Women and girls of all ages and abilities are invited to join this non-competitive cycling event. On Sunday, June 23, 2013, the first East Coast event, Cycle the WAVE Massachusetts, will start and end at historic Marathon Park, Pleasant St., Ashland. All proceeds will benefit the local non-profit, Web of Benefit, Inc. This cycling event […]

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The Prouty Ultimate: Two-Days, 200 Miles In NH & VT To Fight Cancer!

You’re going to love this ride! Two days of unforgettable cycling (July 12-13, 2013) along New Hampshire and Vermont roads, by pristine lakes and rivers, and through picturesque New England villages with stunning views of the White Mountains. The Prouty is already established as one of the finest century rides in New England, a result […]

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Cycle Into History On The South Shore

The Board of Directors of the 1699 Historic Issac Winslow House of Marshfield are pleased to announce the kickoff fundraiser for 2013: The Historic Winslow Sprint on Sunday, May 5, 2013. Join them (rain or shine) for a great day of bicycle touring in Marshfield, Scituate, and Duxbury. This 43.5 mile tour will follow along […]

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Get A Bicycle Advisory Committee In Your Community

Having an active Bicycle Advisory Committee can make the difference between a town that’s OK to bike in and one that is fantastic. Looking across the state, the communities with Bicycle Advisory Committees are the ones that stand out for their safer riding conditions, support of bicycle education programs, and strong bicycle culture. Northampton is […]

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Winter Membership Drive: Join MassBike And Get Awesome Member Benefits

Joining MassBike and supporting our advocacy efforts to make biking better here in Massachusetts is a great benefit in and of itself. MassBike works hard every day to make a real difference in the lives of bicyclists throughout Massachusetts. We are your voice at the table with state agencies, legislators, regional planning agencies, and our […]

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