Cambridge takes major steps towards expanding its network of protected bike lanes

On Monday, June 26th, after hearing testimony from dozens of residents and business owners, including many of you, the Cambridge City Council passed an ordinance asking the City Manager “to accelerate the planning and installation of two or more protected bike lanes by September, produce a plan by October 2017 for the roll-out of protected bike […]

Job opportunity with the Bike Union: Mechanic/Bike Repair Program Coordinator

Mechanic/Bike Repair Program Coordinator

The Bike Union is looking for a passionate and personable bike mechanic to help run our new Bike Workshop and assist in managing our Bike to Market program!

With a current staff of two full-time employees and one part-time lead bike mechanic, you’ll be joining a small but effective team of passionate bike advocates who are dedicated to making […]

Who Bikes Boston? Claiming Your Identity in Boston's Bike Culture.

NOTE: This is the first of six guest blog posts with reflections on Boston’s first Neighborhood Bike Forum. The forum was held on April 29th in Dudley Square, Roxbury. It was sponsored by Let’s Get Healthy, Boston! a partnership between The Boston Public Health Commission and Boston Alliance for Community Health, together with Boston Cyclists Union, Transportation for […]

Another preventable tragedy: It's time to act.

Dear members and friends,

As many of you know, one week ago, we lost a member of our community. While riding home through the Back Bay, Rick Archer, 29, was struck by a car recklessly speeding down Comm Ave.  From all accounts, Rick was a thoughtful, creative, caring person whose early departure has left a large hole […]