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It’s Time To Get Past Rage

What happens when the hostile rhetoric we see in local media leaves the page and comes to life on the streets? I had the misfortune to experience it first-hand yesterday. I was intentionally hit by a motorist, who used his car to push me and my bike out of the way while I was stopped […]

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MassBike Receives Grant From Clif Bar And Two Awesome Members

Thanks to Clif Bar’s 2 Mile Challenge and one of it’s feature challenge winners, Jesse Edsell-Vetter, MassBike was given a grant of $1,000 dollars! Clif Bar is helping raise awareness that almost 40% of all urban travel happens within two miles of where people live and that 90% of that travel happens by car! The […]

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MassBike Seeks Office Space

It’s generally a good thing to be a growing organization.  For the first time in MassBike’s history, we have three full-time staff positions, with the hope of expanding it to six by 2014. More staff means more time spent on bicycling advocacy and education aimed at making Massachusetts the best place in the nation to ride […]

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Armstrong Joins MassBike!

No, not seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong.  Or world, national, and Olympic champion Kristin Armstrong. Fresh off the plane from Eugene, Oregon (one of the most bike-friendly cities in America), MassBike is pleased to present its new Program Manager, Price Armstrong.  Price started his love affair with biking here in Massachusetts while attending […]

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Bay State Bike Week 2011

The 2nd annual Bay State Bike Week is set for May 14-20, a week of celebrating bicycle transportation across the Commonwealth. Last year was the first year that MassDOT and MassBike partnered to make Bay State Bike Week a truly statewide celebration and, as we learned, unique in the country. This year Bay State Bike […]

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MassBike Grows In 2010!

At MassBike, our members mean a lot to us—they give us our political clout, fund our advocacy, and are some of the best bicyclists on our streets and paths. That’s why we are excited to announce that the MassBike community grew by over 20% in 2010! We made growing our organization a priority last year […]

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MassBike Kicks Off New Police Training Campaign

MassBike has a long history of supporting police training to improve bicyclist safety. In fact, MassBike literally wrote the book on police training when it comes to bicycles, much of which is available on our website. Now the time has come to update our police training to reflect recent changes in the law and to […]

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MassBike Is Hiring: Program Manager

MassBike, the Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition, is seeking a full-time Program Manager. This brand-new role has broad responsibility including managing our education program, coordinating outreach activities, and participating in advocacy projects. The Program Manager will report to the Executive Director, and will work closely with both the Executive Director and the Development Manager. This position is […]

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Join Us For MassBike’s Annual Meeting: December 14, 2010

The board and staff of MassBike cordially invite you to our Annual Meeting on Tuesday, December 14, 2010, from 6:30-9:00pm, at Coogan’s, 171 Milk Street, Boston. (MassBike’s office is located in the same building.) Starting at 6:30, the MassBike Board of Directors will hold its final business meeting of the year. The Annual Meeting itself […]

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Last Chance To Attend Chapter Summit: RSVP Now

Our first-ever MassBike Chapter Summit is this Saturday in Worcester. We’ve extended the registration deadline, but you must RSVP to events@massbike.org before 5pm on Friday. The location and other details will be emailed to registrants. You should attend the Chapter Summit if: You are ready to play an active role in making bicycling safer, better, […]

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