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Boston Red Sox and MassBike Announce Fenway Park Bike Valet

The Boston Red Sox and MassBike join together to present Fenway Park Bike Valet, a free bicycle valet parking service for ticket holders. The service will be piloted at home games on July 19th and 20th with an eye towards expanding the service to more games in the future. Up to 200 people per game […]

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MassBike is Hiring!

MassBike is hiring a temporary part-time Communications Coordinator. Are you enthusiastic about promoting bicycling as a mode of transportation around Massachusetts? Do you have excellent communications skills, especially with social media and blogging? Would you like a flexible working schedule? If so, this opportunity might be right for you! We want to continue generating excitement and […]

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MassBike Welcomes Barbara Jacobson as Program Manager

MassBike is very pleased to welcome our newest staff member, Barbara Jacobson, as Program Manager. Barbara will be overseeing and implementing our work bringing bicycle education and training to youth and adults across Massachusetts through the Mass in Motion, Safe Routes to School, and REACH programs. Barbara is currently earning her Masters in City Planning as […]

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Registration For BikeMass, Our Summer Century Event, Is Now Open!

You’ve been waiting for it and now it’s here… registration for BikeMass, our 5th annual summer century and family event, is now open! This year, we have a new name and a new look. Previously called Summer Century, the new name BikeMass encompasses the spirit of our mission – better bicycling “for the masses.” But the spirit […]

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MassBike Partners With MassDOT and DPH On New Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Program

On Monday, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) announced the details of the new Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Awareness and Enforcement Program. In it’s first year, the program will launch a statewide safety awareness campaign, work intensively in 12 communities statewide, and engage partnerships with Regional Planning Agencies, local leaders, and law enforcement officials. This initiative marks the […]

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14 Priorities For 2014

New year, new priorities. 2014 is going to be a busy year for MassBike. As we all know, there is a lot that we can do to make biking safer, more convenient, and more fun in the Bay State. But we’ve narrowed it down to a list of 14 priorities for 2014. Legislative Agenda – We […]

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MassBike Welcomes Two New Staff Members

MassBike is very pleased to introduce our two newest staff members, Charlotte Troy, Programs Director, and Nathaniel Fink, Communications and Outreach Manager. Charlotte comes to us with a background in urban planning and a focus on bicycle advocacy and alternative transportation systems. Her professional experience includes research and writing; program development, management, and evaluation; community outreach […]

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Remembering Jeanne Henry, 1956-2013

Please join us in remembering Jeanne Henry, whose quiet support of the Massachusetts bicycling community meant so much to so many of us. Read more about Jeanne here.

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Better Biking On The Vineyard With MassBike

Earlier in July, Programs Director Price and I (Kim) had the opportunity to tour Martha’s Vineyard (on bike—of course!) with some local planners and advocates, and to attend the Martha’s Vineyard Bicycle-Pedestrian Planning Advisory Committee (MVBPAC) meeting for the month of July. We were there to take a look at some of the gaps in […]

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MassBike Annual Meeting at Flat Top Johnny’s – December 19th

The board and staff of MassBike invite you to our Annual Meeting on  Wednesday, December 19th, from 5:30-8:00pm at Flat Top Johnny’s, 1 Kendall Sq,  Cambridge, MA. Starting at 5:30, the MassBike Board of Directors will hold a brief business meeting where Executive Director David Watson will report on MassBike’s 2012 accomplishments and preview our […]

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