Same-Day Registration Available for BikeMass – You Can Still Ride!

No need to worry if you missed online pre-registration for this Saturday’s BikeMass event. You can register for all of the rides at NARA Park in Acton the day of the event, beginning 1 hour before the start time for each ride. $85 (100 miles), $70 (62 miles), $55 (30 miles) – all rides include great […]

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BikeMass Online Registration Ends At Midnight!

Advance registration for BikeMass ends tonight at midnight! Register Now Day-of-event registration will be available at NARA Park beginning 1 hour before the start of each ride. There is a $10 surcharge for day-of registration. The weather looks good, so why wait? Register today, save $10, and reserve your spot for a ride, Redbones, and […]

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Volunteer for Fenway Park Bike Valet #biketotheballpark

This coming Saturday and Sunday, the Boston Red Sox and MassBike will be launching a pilot bike valet parking service at Fenway Park. Bike Valet is volunteer powered, and we are seeking volunteers who want to help make sure the pilot weekend of Fenway Park Bike Valet is a huge success. Duties will include helping […]

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Boston Red Sox and MassBike Announce Fenway Park Bike Valet

The Boston Red Sox and MassBike join together to present Fenway Park Bike Valet, a free bicycle valet parking service for ticket holders. The service will be piloted at home games on July 19th and 20th with an eye towards expanding the service to more games in the future. Up to 200 people per game […]

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Last Chance to Sign Up for Mass BikePike Tour!

This Sunday, July 20th is the final day to register for the Mass BikePike Tour! What tour lets you take in the sights, sounds, smells and tastes while riding at your own pace along the scenic back roads of Massachusetts? What tour welcomes whole families, single riders, and everyone in between to gather around friendly campfires every night? What […]

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MassBike is Hiring!

MassBike is hiring a temporary part-time Communications Coordinator. Are you enthusiastic about promoting bicycling as a mode of transportation around Massachusetts? Do you have excellent communications skills, especially with social media and blogging? Would you like a flexible working schedule? If so, this opportunity might be right for you! We want to continue generating excitement and […]

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Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

Here is your weekly roundup of meetings and events happening around Massachusetts. Wednesday, July 9 Public Meeting: Lawrence, Union Crossing Pedestrian Improvement Project Time: 7:00 PM Location: Lawrence Public Library, Main Library, 3rd Fl, 51 Lawrence Street, Lawrence, MA Description: MassDOT will host this meeting. According to MassDOT, “The proposed project will install pedestrian enhancements, including: new sidewalks, lighting […]

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Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

There is only one meeting in the calendar for this week, but it is an important one. Read on! Monday, June 30 Public Meeting: Boston, Bowker Overpass Deck Replacement Project Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM Location: Johnson Conf. Rooms, Boston Public Library, 700 Boylston Street, Boston, MA Description: MassDOT is planning to perform emergency interim repairs on the […]

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Volunteer Opportunity: Help Out With Bike Valet at Cambridge Dance Party

Have you always wanted to try your hand at Bike Valet? This Friday, June 27, MassBike will be providing Bike Valet services at the City of Cambridge’s annual Dance Party on Mass Ave in front of Cambridge City Hall. We need help starting at 6 PM and ending at 11 PM. During your shift, you’ll […]

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Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

Here is your weekly roundup of meetings and events happening around Massachusetts. Tuesday, June 24 Public Meeting: Cambridge, Grand Junction Rail Corridor Open House Time: 5:00 – 8:00 PM Location: MIT Stata Center, 1st floor (Rm. 32-124), 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA Description: The concept of building a multi-use path along the Grand Junction railroad running […]

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