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Ride Of Silence Tonight: Making Our Presence Known

Tonight at 7:00pm (meet by 6:45pm) in Davis Square, bicyclists will depart on a six-mile ride through Somerville, Cambridge, and Boston on the Ride of Silence.¬†This ride honors cyclists killed or injured on public roads, and raises awareness among drivers to be more careful around bicyclists. The more riders that participate, the more powerful the […]

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Boston-Area Ride Of Silence Postponed

With the weather Wednesday predicted to be the worst of the week, we’ve decided to postpone the Boston-area Ride of Silence. The purpose of the Ride of Silence is to draw attention to bicyclist safety, and to do that we need lots of people to participate, which is unlikely to happen on a rainy evening. […]

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Upcoming Ride Of Silence To Raise Bike Safety Awareness

MassBike will lead the Boston-area Ride of Silence on Wednesday, May 18, 2011, one of hundreds of such rides taking place worldwide to honor bicyclists killed or injured while riding on public roads, and to raise awareness of the need for motorists to exercise more caution around bicyclists. The ride occurs during Bay State Bike […]

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A Moving Ride In Support Of Bicyclist Safety

About fifty dedicated bicyclists (40 signed our registration forms, but we think a few people just jumped on as we went) braved a raw, wet evening to join MassBike for the Ride of Silence last week. We were part of a global movement, joining over 300 other rides worldwide that day, in 22 countries, all […]

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Ride Of Silence Will Happen Tonight

We have looked at the weather, and it looks like we are going to go for it. There is still time to rsvp, email Shane@massbike.org. More details here.

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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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