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RSVP for the Bike Union's 10th Birthday Bash!

The Bike Union became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in December 2011.

Join us on December 9th at 7:30pm as we celebrate the BCU's first 10 years and kick off the next decade!

Volunteer for programming, events and advocacy efforts

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Repair and education, both mobile and at our workshop

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What we’re engaged in and how it improves cyclist experiences

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Information for cyclists in the Greater Boston area

RESOURCES

30,000

bike trips per day in Boston

2.4%

of people who work in Boston bike in

14%

yearly reduction in the odds of cycling injuries

The Union Rider: October 2021

I Bike, I Vote Election Day is Tuesday, 11/2.  Early voting is open in Boston, Cambridge and Somerville. During early voting, you can cast a ballot at a select number of polling locations across the city.Voter guides — The MA Vision Zero Coalition has guides compiling responses from candidates in Boston/Cambridge/Somerville about where they stand on transportation…
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🎂 Save the date: BCU 10th Birthday Bash

In December 2011, the Boston Cyclists Union officially became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. What an incredible decade of growth and progress it’s been! Please join us on Thursday, December 9 for a virtual celebration reflecting on the BCU’s first 10 years and looking forward to the next 10 years (and beyond!) of advancing our mission to…
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Sign the petition: Protected bike lanes on the Mass Ave Bridge

Massachusetts Avenue across the Harvard Bridge (commonly known as the “Mass Ave Bridge”) is one of the busiest bike routes in the region. It’s also one of the most dangerous. Although Boston and Cambridge have protected bike lanes at both ends, the state controls the bridge and has yet to follow suit. We’re determined to…
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