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Boston And Massachusetts At The Top Of Their Class For Biking And Walking

You may have heard about how Massachusetts and Boston have been on the rise as great places to bike. A recent report released by the Alliance for Biking and Walking confirms it! This report is good news for MassBike, which for 35 years has been partnering with other advocacy and governmental organizations to make cycling […]

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Save Cycling At The 12th Annual National Bike Summit

With the current threats to federal bike funding it is more important than ever to show your support for bicycling. On March 20 – 22, the 12th annual National Bike Summit will take place in Washington D.C. and bring together advocates and government official from across the country to talk about biking in America. This […]

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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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Boston Conducting Bicycling Survey: Have Your Say

The City of Boston is conducting a brief 2010 year-end survey of people who bicycle in Boston. If you ride a bike in Boston–rarely, occasionally or perhaps every single day–please take a moment to complete this important survey. They will ask questions about your riding habits and ask for your feedback on their events. To […]

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No Love For Bicyclists In Charlestown

We were shocked to learn that the bike lanes installed on Main Street in Charlestown just weeks ago were removed last week. Especially when the City of Boston has been doing so much to encourage bicycling and improve bicyclist safety. Apparently, there was some sort of public process snafu. We’ll give the City of Boston […]

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Boston Bike Share Passes “Go”, Collects $3M

Late yesterday afternoon, I began getting calls from reporters seeking comment on the news that Boston had landed a $3M federal grant to launch the long-awaited bike share program. See the Boston Globe article or visit our Press Room. Yes, that’s right, the city now has the money for bike share! Originally planned to launch […]

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Live From Cities For Cycling Event In Boston

Hearing from bicycling experts from around the country about how to make great bicycling cities. And MassBike is providing free valet bike parking!

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We Need You On The Ride Of Silence This Wednesday

MassBike will lead the Boston-area Ride of Silence on Wednesday, May 19, 2010, one of hundreds of such rides taking place worldwide in memory of bicyclists killed or injured while riding on public roads. The ride occurs during Bay State Bike Week, the statewide celebration of bicycling. We’ve seen lots of you riding this week, […]

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Live From Mayor Menino’s Bike Week Kick-Off

MassBike was at Mayor Menino’s Bike week kick-off this morning. After a nice ride out to the new Comm. Ave. bike lanes we listened to several speakers talk about the many improvements that Boston has made in the last couple of years. We had a great time riding with a police escort, and the new […]

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MassBike On The Airwaves: Listen To David Watson On WGBH 89.7

Click here for streaming audio of MassBike Executive Director David Watson on WGBH’s The Callie Crossley Show on April 21, 2010. David discussed bicyclist safety with Boston’s Director of Bicycle Programs Nicole Freedman.

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