Join us Monday, April 3rd to celebrate opening day at Fenway Park with the Boston Red Sox! MassBike's FREE bike valet service returns to Fenway for its third year for every home game this season.To help us kick off opening day, Landry's Bicycles will be on site providing free tune ups for any bikes parked during the game. There will be a clinic at 1pm on flat fixes and basic bike maintenance. Park with us and you'll be entered into a raffle for a $25 Landry's gift card and a Harpoon Brewery prize pack!Valet opens 90 minutes prior to the first pitch and closes 30 minutes after the last out.Find us at the corner of Yawkey and Van Ness Outside Gate D!
Massachusetts is the only state in the nation with a statewide bike week!
Every May, Massachusetts residents and bike commuters come together to celebrate human-powered, two-wheeled transportation during Bay State Bike Week (BSBW). From Cape Cod to the Berkshires and everywhere around and in between, Commonwealth participants organize bike-centric events to encourage new riders and raise awareness about bicycle transportation.
To find an event near you, register an event, or find more information visit baystatebikeweek.org
Join us to sample food and drink from across Massachusetts as we take a look at MassBike's 40 years of building better bicycling in the Commonwealth. The evening will feature a silent auction with rare and unique cycling items plus a fantastic raffle.
Executive Director Richard Fries will serve as MC to lead a number of special guests in sharing their stories and involvement with MassBike over the years. Guests of honor will be presented with Lifetime Achievement awards to celebrate their impact on the bicycling community.
Tickets are now available for this evening of MassBike history and recognition of those who built the groundwork of our organization and the bicycling movement.
Premium Supporter Tickets $100 (includes a VIP cocktail hour before the event with MassBike board, staff, and special guests (to be announced), plus priority access to special 40th Anniversary items throughout the year)
MassBike Member Tickets $50
Non-MassBike Member Tickets $75 (Not a member? Don't worry! Your event ticket includes a 1 year membership with MassBike!)
We will have complimentary bike valet on site for guests who ride to the event. There are also Hubway stations nearby.
For those who drive, there are two lots with paid parking nearby. Massport Lot H at 701 Congress St and Massport Lot K at 301 Congress St.
The venue is also accessible via public transit by taking the Silver Line. Take the SL1 or SL2 from South Station to Silver Line Way. Buses run every few minutes from South Station.
Save the date! Bike 62, 100 or 125 miles from Rutland, Mass., around the Quabbin Reservoir, a pristine jewel in the heart of Massachusetts. Not much traffic; plenty of hills. This is not a race.
Ride the the best one-day Boston to Provincetown bicycle ride on the calendar. This is a social ride and requires no fundraising. Even better, it is a weekend happening and a great way to kick off your summer vacation and bicycling season.
Ride Start: Cyclorama Building of the Boston Center for the Arts, at the intersection of Tremont and Clarendon Streets. Check in between 6:00 and 6:30 am; there are no bathroom and water facilities at the start.
During the Ride: Maps are provided and the route is arrowed with our distinctive green triangles. There are 5 checkpoints with refreshments: Halifax, Sandwich, Yarmouthport, Wellfleet and Truro.
Ride Finish: Bas Relief Park, Bradford Street, Provincetown.
What You Get:
- All registered riders receive ride day support of 5 checkpoints, luggage (one bag) transportation to Provincetown, a map and a commemorative t-shirt (at the finish).
- All participants, registered riders and official volunteers are invited to attend both the Friday Night Dinner/Meet and Greet in Boston and the Sunday Brunch in Provincetown at no additional cost. Guest tickets to each event may be purchased for $20 each.
Please visit www.outriders.org for additional information
Registration is now open for the Cycle Massachusetts State Bike Tour! and it is shaping up to be another wonderful tour. Enjoy riding through Massachusetts, Vermont, and New Hampshire.
The famous statewide charity tour for bike advocacy is also known as the Friendliest Ride in the East. Come for a weekend or a whole week depending on YOUR schedule. Here’s some highlights for 2017:
- Jump from a plane! That’s right – you’ll have the option to cycle to Jumptown in Orange, MA, and try skydiving!
- Three states in one ride – not only will you explore Massachusetts, but also the quiet roads of Vermont and New Hampshire
- Family riding weekend! Opening weekend is especially family-friendly complete with shorter rides to kid-approved destinations, a popsicle party, and an all-ages outdoor movie!
Cycle Massachusetts is from August 5th through 11th (2, 4, 5, and 7 day options available) and all proceeds support MassBike! Sign up today: ride is limited to 150 riders to preserve the small-group camaraderie! Early bird pricing lasts only through February 28th!
Blazing Saddles is one of the earliest rides of the fall century season. Travel through the rural towns of Boston's North Shore and southern New Hampshire. Ride along beautiful rivers, lakes, and bridges; past New England churches, town halls, and farms. The terrain includes rolling hills, long sunny flats, and rural roads. The nearby ocean provides cool breezes, trees provide plenty of shade in places, and the sun lends warmth on those open flat stretches.
Blazing Saddles includes routes of 32,50, 62, and 100 miles. The 100-mile route has 2 full rest stops at approximately 50, and 75 miles, plus a water stop at 25 miles (exact mileage may vary). Other routes have 1 full rest stop.
The 2017 DEATH RIDE Tour is a fundraising event to support the Blazeman Foundation, WAR on ALS. Each participant is required to raise a minimum of $300 in contributions by Day One of the Tour.
To register, set up a fundraising page, or for more information please click here.