Events

Bos/treal 2020: Registration is now live!

Do you dream of biking through the gorgeous Green Mountains? Do you want to help make biking better in Boston? If the answer to both questions is yes, then we want you to join our team for the fifth-annual edition of Bos/treal! On Bos/treal, you’ll pedal 400 miles from Boston to Montreal over five days, traversing…

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A Major Opportunity to Improve Boston’s Bike Network

The Southwest Corridor Extension Project Needs Your Input! Do you want to see a connected, low-stress bike network all the way from JP to the Longfellow Bridge? Then participate in Boston’s Southwest Corridor Extension Project! As you can see in the study area on the map below, the City is considering building out this bike network — while also…

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There’s strength in numbers — and our numbers are growing

It’s with joy and gratitude that we can call last Thursday’s Biketoberfest a resounding success. At our annual party this year, we: Topped our fundraising goal and brought in more than $35,000 —  our largest tally ever  Met many new members and first-time attendees, a rewarding sign that our community (and clout) continue to grow…

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You’re invited to our annual fall party, Biketoberfest!

Food & drink, raffle prizes, a “bicycle orchestra” and more! We’ve been working hard all year to improve biking in Boston. Now, it’s time to celebrate — and we hope you’ll join us on October 17th to do just that at our annual bike bash, Biketoberfest! Biketoberfest 2019October 17th, 2019 // 6:30 p.m. – 9…

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Support West Roxbury Bike Safety Improvements!

This Wednesday, February 27, elected officials will hold a public meeting to discuss ways to improve road safety for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers in West Roxbury. The meeting comes after two pedestrian fatalities in West Roxbury over the last four months, one on Washington St in November, and one on Centre St in February. While…

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Rally for Protected Bike Lanes on the Craigie Bridge

On Tuesday Dec. 18, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) and Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will hold a public hearing to present two options for restriping the Craigie Bridge (also known as O’Brien Highway) which was the site of last month’s fatal crash that killed Boston University student Meng Jin. Neither plan includes…

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Defend The Longfellow Bridge’s Protected Bike Lanes

Last summer, we won the first protected bike lanes across the Charles River. Now, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) wants to remove that protection in just a few days — while refusing to even consider protected bike lanes on another dangerous Charles River Bridge crossing. We need all of you to join us in…

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