Save On The MassBike Summer Century & Family Fun Ride

There is still time to save when you register for the 3rd annual MassBike Summer Century & Family Fun Ride on July 28th!



The MassBike Summer Century & Family Fun Ride is a great ride through historic parts of Massachusetts, which goes to benefit your state-wide bicycle advocacy organization. The ride helps to support MassBike's advocacy efforts, so by joining us you'll help to make bicycling better in Massachusetts. When you ride with us, not only do you get to ride, but your registration gets you free Redbones lunch, a ride t-shirt, and the good feeling that comes along with knowing that you are helping to make our roads and paths better for Massachusetts bicyclists!

MassBike works everyday to make sure that your daily commute or weekend ride is safe and enjoyable. MassBike works through legislation, education, and infrastructure projects to get more people on bicycles and to make our roads and paths safer. Your support is important to making sure that bicyclists are protected in Massachusetts.

The ride begins at Lexington High School and will traverse the heart of early American history, from Paul Revere’s Ride through Lexington and Concord and to nearby battlefields. Longer rides visit the towns and villages that sent the first Minutemen. After your ride, Redbones Barbecue is cooking up lunch (included with your registration) – their famous pulled pork, BBQ beef, and portobello sandwiches!

There are two ways to register. The first way is to pay a low registration fee of $15 and commit to fundraise for MassBike. Fundraisers have the low minimum of $100 and our registration page will help to make reaching out to your friends and family easy. The second way is not to fundraise, but pay a higher registration fee only. Pre-registering MassBike members pay $35 to register, and non-members pay $40. All day-of registrations will be $45. Kids from 10-17 are only $25, and kids under 10 are free!

Plus, the first 300 riders to register receive our ride t-shirt! So hurry and register today to support your state-wide bicycle advocacy organization.

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