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Bay State Bike Week Pictures, Flyers & More!

We have wrapped up another successful Bay State Bike Week. With 175 events across the state and an estimated 13,000 participants, this was a hugely successful year. We had events from the Cape to the Berkshires ranging from bike breakfasts to races and rodeos to film screenings. What we need are pictures, flyers, and any […]

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Bay State Bike Week Starts May 11!

Just around the corner is a statewide celebration of two-wheeled, human-powered transportation: Bay State Bike Week! Be sure to check out this year’s calendar of events so that you don’t miss out on the free breakfasts, t-shirts and other swag, and fun rides that make this week a truly unique time for Massachusetts cyclists! There are more than 120 […]

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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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Bay State Bike Week Right Around The Corner

Snow is still on the ground across much of the state, but Bay State Bike Week is right around the corner. This year, it takes place between May 11 and 19, and will be here before you know it. Bay State Bike Week is an umbrella event organized by MassBike in partnership with MassDOT and […]

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Light Up The Night!

With Daylight Savings Time behind us, it getting dark a lot earlier. This means it’s that time again – our annual “Light up the Night” blog post! Even though we put out a riding at night post every year, I don’t want you to think that this post is pro-forma.  We write this annual post […]

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Be Bright: This Fall Stay Visible And In Style

One of the best ways to stay safe while riding is to be visible on the road. That’s why we recommend all cyclists use lights and wear reflective or fluorescent colored clothing. The trouble is that these bright, highly-visible clothes though functional aren’t always considered the most fashionable items. Well we have some good news […]

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Upcoming Lecture: Professor John Pucher – Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable Cities (10/15)

Come see see Professor John Pucher lecture on Promoting Cycling and Walking for Sustainable Cities: Lessons from Europe and North America. Professor Pucher has especially tailored the talk to include many specific examples of good and bad walking and cycling conditions in the Boston Area.  He will also show several Excel graphics and GIS maps […]

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Kickoff Fall With Bike Trainings!

Fall has officially arrived in the Bay State, which means changing leaves and crisp fresh air, perfect for outdoor activities. Why not kickoff this fall season with a bicycle education class?! If you need a little refresher course on the rules of the road, how to stay safe, riding skills, or just want to feel […]

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Volunteers Needed for MassBike Events!

We have a bunch of super fun events coming up soon (as early as this weekend) and we really need some help to make these events happen! We have lots of different types of volunteer opportunities so there is something for everyone. Volunteering with MassBike is a fun way to spend some time showing your […]

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We Did It! 2 Mile Challenge A Success!

During the month of August we asked you, our members, supporters, and the cycling community at large to rally together and log each bike trip they rode online for the ClifBar 2 Mile Challenge. The Challenge is designed as a fun, interactive way to get people onto their bikes while at the same time supporting […]

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