Posts by Bike Union Staff

Union Rider: May 2022

Pride Ride 2022 Join the Boston Cyclists Union on a queer-organized and queer-led group bike ride celebrating all the fabulousness of being a queer person on a bicycle! Get more info and sign up here! This event is a fundraiser for Trans Resistance MA. If it is accessible to you we encourage you to donate…

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Bike Month Membership Giveaway

A Priority-brand white beach cruiser bicycle with brown leather accents.

Bike Month is a chance for us to connect with our members and grow our movement. Be sure to check out our exciting Bike Month 2022 programming! It’s also an important opportunity for us to raise funds for our work. We hope you’ll consider becoming a BCU member or renewing your membership – your tax-deductible…

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You’re Invited! Bike-In Movie – Wednesday, May 18

You’re Invited! In celebration of Bike Month 2022, the Boston Cyclists Union is hosting a bike-in movie! Bike-In Movie 6:00 – 9:30 PM Wednesday, May 18, 2022 Christian Herter Park Amphitheater Join us at Herter Park’s newly renovated outdoor amphitheater on the banks of the Charles River in Allston/Brighton for a screening of Grecia White’s new Boston-based…

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Apply to Join Our Board!

A group of people in semi-formal attire and nametags strike silly poses.

The Boston Cyclists Union’s Board works with staff to define the organization’s direction and strategy and ensure its health, working on many issues of street design and mobility justice. You don’t have to call yourself “an avid cyclist” to join our board. In fact, that’s not what we’re looking for. We’re looking for people who…

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Action Alert: Take Action for E-bike Access!

A family of a mother, father, and two kids are standing by their e-bike. The two kids are strapped into the back of the e-bike.

If we want to pass e-bike legislation this year, we need the Transportation Committee at the Statehouse to move the bills out of their committee by February 2! That means we need your help demonstrating to the committee members that there is far-reaching and plentiful support for these bills. In October we heard from 200…

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Boston Bike Story: Salvador, Jamaica Plain

“I’ve been riding a bike in Boston since I moved here 19 years ago from Guatemala. I like biking because it seems to be the quickest way to get around, because I can go places outside of where T lines take me, and because I usually feel good while I’m riding. I have been hit…

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The Union Rider: January 2022

Speak up for a safer Arborway More than 200 people attended a virtual meeting this month about the Department of Conservation and Recreation’s (DCR) plans to redesign the Arborway between Jamaica Pond and Forest Hills. It was great to see so many BCU supporters in the Zoom room! There are two more opportunities to shape the…

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Shape the future of the Arborway!

On January 20, DCR presented four alternative designs for the Arborway between Jamaica Pond and Forest Hills. We have reviewed the designs extensively with BCU supporters, other advocacy organizations and area-residents who walk, bike and move through here on various modes and have the following suggestions to make the Arborway as safe, accessible and park-like…

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Speak up for a safer Arborway!

On Thursday, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will unveil proposals for permanent changes to the Arborway that could complete the missing bicycle link in the Emerald Necklace between Jamaica Pond and Forest Hills. We need your help to show DCR there is support for moving this project forward—show up and speak up! Arborway Parkways Improvement…

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