Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

Here’s the weekly meetings and events roundup for the week of May 19. Tuesday, May 20 Public Meeting: Springfield, I-91 Viaduct Rehabilitation 25% Design Time: 6:30 PM Location: Basketball Hall of Fame, 1000 Hall of Fame Avenue, Springfield, MA Description: MassDOT will host this meeting to discuss their project rehabilitating the I-90 viaduct through downtown Springfield. The project does not contain any specific […]

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MassBike Partners with the City of Cambridge to Discuss “City Bicycling” with Immigrant Populations

Last week, MassBike instructor extraordinaire Laura Smeaton led a workshop on “Biking in the City” for under-served immigrant populations in the City of Cambridge. Over 40 adults and 25 children learned more about riding comfortably in their own neighborhoods by asking questions and discussing topics such as overcoming common barriers to bicycling. The great turnout was a result […]

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What’s Happening On The Norwottuck Rail Trail

Residents of the Pioneer Valley have been patiently waiting for construction on the Norwottuck Rail Trail to finish. That trail, along with the Manhan Rail Trail and the Northampton Bikeway, make up the robust network of rail trails that provide low-stress biking and walking routes which connect the Pioneer Valley communities of Amherst, Hadley, Northampton, Easthampton, and […]

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Registration For BikeMass, Our Summer Century Event, Is Now Open!

You’ve been waiting for it and now it’s here… registration for BikeMass, our 5th annual summer century and family event, is now open! This year, we have a new name and a new look. Previously called Summer Century, the new name BikeMass encompasses the spirit of our mission – better bicycling “for the masses.” But the spirit […]

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Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

Here is a roundup of public meetings and events happening this week – Bay State Bike Week edition! There are several important public meetings happening this week, including the Beacon Street 75% Design Plans Meeting in Somerville on Tuesday, and Connect Historic Boston in Boston on Thursday. In addition to the events and meetings listed here, be […]

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Volunteer Opportunity: Help Out With Bike Valet and Outreach at Radio 92.9 EarthFest

MassBike will be providing Bike Valet parking and doing outreach at the annual Radio 92.9 EarthFest on Saturday, May 17. Many event goers will arrive by bike, but bike parking is very limited in the Hatch Shell area, so we need your help to make sure Bike Valet can handle all the bikes we expect […]

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MassBike Releases Bike Safety Training Video for Police Departments

MassBike has partnered with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) and the Boston Police Department (BPD) to produce a police training video called “Shifting Gears: Bicyclists & Public Safety.” The video is the product of a unique partnership between MassBike, DPH’s Mass in Motion Program, and the Boston Police Academy to enhance the safety of […]

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How To Make Your Miles Count This Month And Beyond!

With so many great bike events happening during Bay State Bike Week and Bike Month, it can be hard to keep track of them all. One particular type of event that has become increasingly popular are commuter challenges. People sign up in a friendly competition to see who can log the most miles during a […]

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Weekly Meetings & Events Roundup

Here is a roundup of public meetings and events happening this week. Even if it wasn’t the week before Bay State Bike Week, this would still be a busy seven days of meetings, events, and more! Be sure to check out the Bay State Bike Week events calendar to find fun, exciting Bike Week events in your […]

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Lowell Residents Speak Up For Better Biking

On Tuesday night, Lowell residents turned out in numbers to let Mayor Rodney Elliott and the City Council know that they want more opportunities for people to ride bikes in Lowell, and they were heard. On the agenda at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting was a motion, introduced by councilor Rita Mercier, to remove the recently-installed […]

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