Archive for November 2020
The Union Rider: November 2020
With the holiday season underway, we want to take a moment to wish you well, and say thank you for supporting the Boston Cyclists Union. After all the challenges this year has posed, we hope you get some time to relax and be with the ones you love, if only virtually, to celebrate during this season…Read More
We’re raffling off fresh, local beer to enjoy with the Golden Cog Awards!
The Golden Cog Awards (next Thursday!) are a celebration of leadership and biking. So to add another celebratory note to the occasion, everyone who RSVPs will now be entered to win a complimentary beer delivery from Somerville’s Remnant Brewing! The Golden Cog AwardsThursday, Dec. 3rd7:30 p.m. – 8:15 p.m. All you have to do to enter is…Read More
And the winners of the 2020 Golden Cog Awards are…
The Boston Cyclists Union is proud to announce the winners of the 2020 Golden Cog Awards, which honor leadership and contributions to promote biking in Boston: The Ride for Black Lives (Organizers: Alex Joachim, Tiffany Cogell, Elijah Mandela Evans, Laura Gray, Greg Hum, Chris Aileen Ditunno, Saskia VannJames, Noah Hicks and Peter Cheung) Vivian Ortiz (Super Volunteer,…Read More
Bike to Market 2020: We fixed 550+ bikes for FREE!
Thank our B2M volunteers atthe Golden Cog Awards! We will be celebrating our collective work over the past year, including Bike to Market, and honoring some outstanding people in our community at the Golden Cog Awards on December 3rd. Stay tuned for an announcement next week about this year’s Golden Cog winners! In the meantime, register for…Read More
Speak Up to Prevent MBTA Service Cuts!
The MBTA faces significant service cuts in 2021 unless lawmakers act to fill a budget shortfall. The cost of inaction would be disastrous for the region, leaving riders stranded, causing major harm to the environment and economy, worsening inequities, and forcing many more people to drive. Legislators are debating the budget this week. Before they vote,…Read More
Arborway feedback due Fri. 11/6
On October 21, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) shared 3 options for redesigning the Arborway between Jamaica Pond and Forest Hills. DCR now wants to hear from you — what do you like in the three proposals, and what can be improved? Feedback on the designs is due by Friday, Nov. 6. Progress on the…Read More