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Modify Watches – Show your support for bike advocacy

We’ve teamed up with Modify Watches so you can show your support for MassBike in style! Grab one today and a portion of the proceeds will go towards our continued efforts to improve bicycling in Massachusetts. And if you use discount code PERFECTGIFT you’ll receive 25% off your order. Order yours today!  

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Rise and Bike: National Bike Summit and Federal Policy

Join MassBike Executive Director Richard Fries Tuesday February 9th as part of our monthly coffee chat series at Flat Black Coffee – 260 Frankling Street from 8am to 8:30am. Stop by on your way to work! This month, as we get into planning our trip to the National Bike Summit in early March, MassBike is […]

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New MassBike Gear!

Just ask Board Member Tim Johnson and he’ll tell you that these MassBike neck gaiters are the best cycling accessory you can get! Just enough to keep you warm on those extra chilly days and easy to carry in a pocket or toss in your bag.  Stay warm while representing your statewide bicycle advocacy group! […]

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Join us at the National Bike Summit

We invite you to join us at this year’s National Bike Summit on March 7-9. The premier bike advocacy event of the year, the National Bike Summit is an opportunity to unite cyclists from Massachusetts and around the country in a collective voice. For over a decade, MassBike has coordinated the Massachusetts delegation to the […]

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Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation: Update

Stage 3 Construction Rescheduled for February 11, 2016 MassDOT’s contractor, White-Skanska-Consigli (WSC), anticipates setting up the final configuration of Stage 3 by Thursday, February 11, 2016. The shift of the tracks to their temporary positions was completed over a series of Red Line Weekend Diversions. The relocation of the large barrier fence along the tracks […]

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MassBike Relocates to Cambridge Innovation Center March 1

Invites Local Transportation Advocates to Come Together in Shared Office BOSTON, M.A..- (January 25, 2016) – On March 1 the Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition will take an anchor position in a shared work environment with potentially other transportation advocacy leaders at the Cambridge Innovation Center at 50 Milk Street in downtown Boston. The CIC houses co-working […]

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Bring the kids: Cycle Massachusetts has a NEW family-friendly weekend option!

Cambridge, MA – January 19, 2016. It’s been the Friendliest Ride in the East for 10 years now, but Cycle Massachusetts (formerly known as the Mass BikePike Tour) is extending their friendly reputation to welcome a new group of cyclists: kids! Although families have joined the tour throughout the ride’s history, in 2016 Cycle Massachusetts […]

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Meeting Reminder! Re-Thinking Western Avenue, Westfield

Please join our pals with the Friends of the Columbia Greenway Rail Trail for a public meeting on the redevelopment of Western Avenue in Westfield. Tuesday, January 26, 2016 Doors Open at 6.30pm, Meeting Begins at 7:00pm Westfield Middle School South, 30 West Silver Street, Westfield, MA 01085 The redevelopment of Western Avenue is a unique and critical […]

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Transportation Committee Hears Testimony on Crucial Bike Bills

  Bicyclists Pack Hearing Room to Compel Lawmakers to Make Roadways Safer BOSTON, Mass. -(January 7, 2016) – Emotional testimony filled the State House hearing room as the Joint Committee on Transportation yesterday heard legislators, advocates, law enforcement officers, doctors, lawyers and those who have been impacted by injury or loss of a loved one […]

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Joint Committee on Transportation Public Hearing Recap

Standing Room Only As Bicyclists Compel Lawmakers to Act on Key Bills First off, the big question of the day…How did it go? MassBike representatives arrived at the State House this morning to see a full house. Legislators, advocates, enthusiasts, those who have been impacted by injury or loss of a loved one, law enforcement, […]

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