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2010 Mass BikePike Tour Registration Is Now Open, Proceeds Benefit MassBike

The Mass BikePike Tour, a bicycle tour in Massachusetts, is now accepting registrations for its four-day event to take place August 5th-8th, 2010. The bike tour will begin and end in Amherst, MA with daily riding options ranging from 30 to 65 miles though Central MA, the Quabbin Watershed, the Connecticut River Valley and hundreds […]

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Bicyclists Take DC! MassBike Fights For Cycling And You Can Help!

This year’s National Bike Summit marked a milestone. Not only was this the 10th summit, with over 700 advocates from around the country, but we saw an unprecedented level of commitment to bicycling from both Congress and the Administration. Senators and Representatives in Congress are actively supporting pro-bicycling legislation (see details below). Rather than the […]

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Lobby Congress (Virtually) Tomorrow! $$$ For Biking At Stake!

Thursday, March 11th, is our virtual lobby day – don’t forget to call Congress! We are at the National Bike Summit in Washington, DC. Maybe you’ve been following us at the Summit on Twitter. Last week, Congressman Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) introduced a groundbreaking new bill to support bicycling and walking: the Active Community Transportation Act […]

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Transportation Advocates Including MassBike Strive To Set Long-Term Vision For Longfellow Bridge

We previously reported on the efforts of MassBike, LivableStreets Alliance, WalkBoston, and the Institute for Human Centered Design to keep bike lanes on the Longfellow Bridge during “early action” construction to add sidewalks before the major reconstruction of the bridge (see here and here). We were all pleased when MassDOT committed in principle to implement […]

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MassBike Believes In Bicycle Infrastructure

You may have noticed our recent strong support for bicycle facilities, like bike lanes on the Longfellow Bridge. In the past, MassBike garnered a reputation as an organization that was “finicky” when it comes to bicycle infrastructure. For better or worse, we sometimes got wrapped up in theoretical debates about bicycle facilities that, even if […]

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New Stickers!

MassBike is busy every day working hard to make sure bicycling is better for everyone in Massachusetts, but sometimes we take a break to have a bit of fun. Which is why we are happy to announce our new stickers! These fine yellow beauties are the perfect adornment to any bicycle, and let the world […]

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Kyrgyzstan To Kathmandu: A 6-Month Bicycle Adventure (Update!)

Don’t Miss this inspiring slide show about a physical and cultural bicycle journey across Central Asia. Listen to Sage Cohen from the Boston University School of Public Health tell her tale of cycling across some of the most rugged and beautiful terrain on earth. Be inspired, and awed by this amazing bicycle journey through Kyrgyztan, […]

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Kyrgyzstan To Kathmandu: A 6-Month Bicycle Adventure

EDIT: This post has been updated, see here for more recent information! Thanks.

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Make Your Business A Bicycle Friendly Business, MassBike Can Help!

The City of Boston is once again calling for local business’ to become Bicycle Friendly. MassBike can help your business qualify for the coveted designation of Bicycle Friendly Business. If you are interested in getting one of our awesome commuter workshops, or adult safety classes so that your business can qualify, please contact us. Below […]

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Mass BikePike Tour Registration Now Open!

The Mass BikePike Tour, a bicycle tour in Massachusetts, is now accepting registrations for the four-day event on August 5-8, 2010. The bike tour will begin and end in Amherst, with daily riding options ranging from 30 to 65 miles. The Mass BikePike Tour is a celebration of cycling in Massachusetts. Families and individuals will […]

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