Rolling into Bike to Work Week

Happy Bike to Work Week! We hope you're putting down the car keys and picking up your bike helmet this week. Bicycling enthusiasts across the Commonwealth have been busy from swapping bike gear to celebrating new infrastructure to community-focused group rides.

On Saturday, May 11th, Worcester area advocates hosted the Worcester Bike Swap! There was lots of bike gear, bicycles, and art for bicycling lovers of all ages. Nathan with the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission (CMRPC) chatted with attendees about MassBike and CMRPC's bicycling education collaborations.

We hope to see Worcester area bicyclists at our Worcester Bike Month Celebration on Saturday, May 18th, 2pm at Stearns Tavern! We'll be taking a group ride on the new parking-protected bike lanes on Mill St. 

On Monday, May 13th, bicycling enthusiasts across the state celebrated new and future bike facilities!

In Newton, MassBike Board Chair Doug Cornelius joined Mayor Fuller, City Councilors, and local bike advocates for the ribbon cutting for the new two-way bike facilities on the Commonwealth Avenue Carriage Road.

In Westfield, Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation Monica Tibbits-Nutt and Mayor Michael McCabe broke ground on the Westfield River Multi-Use Path.


In Holyoke, Mayor Joshua A. Garcia and BikePed Holyoke hosted the Second Annual Mayoral Bike Ride. The ride attracted over 50 bicyclists and featured Holyoke's murals.

MassBike wants to hear about your community bike events this May! Send a write-up about your event and a photo to [email protected] for a chance to be featured in our newsletter.

Bike to Work Week 2024

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