Grassroots organizing relies on strong local leaders who know their communities, and the people within them, best. In accordance with our belief that neighborhoods can and should determine their own futures, the Boston Cyclists Union works with passionate people and organizations throughout Metro Boston to accomplish our shared goals.

Neighborhood chapters of the BCU are central to this effort, as they give residents a dedicated local presence to advance campaigns in their communities, while bolstering our efforts throughout the region. In addition, we collaborate with many unaffilliated bike groups who share a commitment to our vision.

Interested in forming a new BCU chapter, or unaffiliated local bike group? For support and resources, contact info@bostoncyclistsunion.org.

BCU Neighborhood Chapters

DotBike
Email
: Contact dotbiking@gmail.com to join the mailing list
Meetings: Monthly, 4th Wednesday at 6 p.m. Meetings held online; info to join here.

JP Bike Group
Meetings: See upcoming meetings on our calendar here.

West Rox Bikes
Learn more and get involved here.

Local Bike Groups

Biking Brookline
Email: 
bikingbrookline@gmail.com
Meetings: No regularly scheduled meetings.

Cambridge Bike Safety
Email: info@cambridgebikesafety.org
Meetings: Weekly, Wednesday

Longwood Area Cyclists
Email: info@longwoodcyclists.org

Milton Bicycle Advisory Committee
Email: info@bikemilton.org
Meetings: Quarterly

Bike Newton
Email: bikenewton@bikenewton.org

Quincycles
Email: Quincycles@gmail.com
Meetings: Monthly, 3rd Thursday at 7:30 pm, Quincy City Hall

Rozzie Bikes
Email: info@rozziebikes.org

Somerville Bicycle Committee
Email: info@somervillebikes.org
Meetings: Monthly, 1st Tuesday

Southie Bikes
Email: southiebikes@gmail.com
Meetings: Second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm at Caffe Nero, 416 W Broadway.