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Your Support Helps Build Bike Lanes

Our work in Springfield helped build their first ever bike lane! Give to MassBike to help residents across Massachusetts get infrastructure.   Click here to open image on the web and to share.  

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MassBike Gets Festive

MassBike is pleased to announce that we have been chosen as a beneficiary for Ride Studio Cafe’s Ride Conservation Fund during the Rapha Festive 500. Ride Studio Cafe (RSC) in Lexington, a cycling shop with a goal to get more people on bikes and to get cyclists out more, has been participating in the Festive […]

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Your Support Helps Make Kids Safer and Healthier

When you support MassBike, you help kids throughout Massachusetts get on their bikes.   Click here to open this image on the web and to share.

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Your Support Helps Advocates

Today is Giving Tuesday. As you plan your year-end giving, remember how you help bike advocates when you give to MassBike. This year during the Bike/Walk summit, advocates held 22 meetings with elected leaders, and that led to funding for infrastructure. We couldn’t hold the Bike/Walk Summit without supporters like you!    Click here to […]

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Safety Program Helps Cyclists Across Massachusetts

MassBike is in its first year of working with the MassDOT Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Awareness and Enforcement Program to make cities and towns across Massachusetts safer for cycling. This initiative is part of the federal Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) developed to reduce serious injuries and fatalities. The program requires collecting and using data […]

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Your Support Helps Make Bicyclists Count

Giving Tuesday is coming up in one week, and we are kicking off our winter appeal! To show you how important you are to MassBike’s mission to promote a bicycle-friendly environment, we’ve cycled through the ways your support helps bicyclists. Click the image below to read about how you help make bicyclists count or just […]

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Foxx Announces New Initiative at Pro Walk/Pro Bike

At Pro Walk/Pro Bike today, Secretary Anthony Foxx of the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) announced a new USDOT national bicycle and pedestrian safety initiative to Close gaps in bicycle and pedestrian networks, especially in low-income neighborhoods. Conduct bicycle and pedestrian safety assessments in every state. Recently in Quincy, MassBike and WalkBoston led one of […]

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Will Beer for Bike

You may have heard about how The People’s Pint was supporting bicycling in general and MassBike specifically back in June. Last week we had a chance to enjoy the beer along with the support during a Training Wheels tasting at the Craft Beer Cellar in Newton. At the tasting a steady stream of people came […]

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Biking in Melrose: Good for Business

This August, Melrose became the latest community to participate in MassBike’s Bikeable Communities Program. The Melrose Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Committee, which promotes biking and walking in Melrose, contacted us because they wanted more information about how they could implement bike infrastructure in their city and encourage more biking for transportation. As Kara Showers, of […]

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MassBike Is Hiring a New Executive Director

Yesterday we announced that David Watson is stepping down as the Executive Director of MassBike. Now we are starting the search for a new ED. If you or anyone you know is interested, read the job description here (pdf), and send an application to EDsearch@massbike.org!

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