Cycling is better when We pedal together.

I support Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition because the organization demonstrates a sincere belief in making the Commonwealth a safer place to bike.


  • Kittie Knox Ride

    On Sunday, June 5, 2022, MassBike and coalition partners will host a community bike ride around Boston, Cambridge, Watertown, and Waltham to feature Katherine “Kittie” Knox, a bi-racial woman cyclist and barrier-breaker in the 1890s.

    Riders will learn about Kittie as a bicycling pioneer and we’ll ride and reflect on issues we’re facing today in terms of racial and gender representation in bicycling and advocacy. A historical site summary will be provided for this ride by the NECCD (New England Cycling Coalition for Diversity).

    There will be 3 Route Options along the Kittie Knox Path:

    • 16 miles starting at Copley Square
    • 23 miles starting at Franklin Park
    • 35 miles with Waltham route

    Meeting points for all routes will be emailed in advance of the ride and attendees will be sent a survey before the ride where they can indicate which route they will be joining. RSVP today and stay tuned for more details to come. 

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  • Volunteer

    Every organization needs volunteers. We'll continue to update this page with specific needs as they arise, but please feel free to let us know you are interested in helping out!


    Join MassBike's Board

    MassBike is looking for board members in Massachusetts to join our work making cycling more accessible and safer for everyone in the Commonwealth. Spandex is not required for this role, but rather an interest in making Massachusetts better for all bicyclists. We are seeking folks with a community-centered approach who care deeply about transportation, environmental justice, community organizing, fundraising, or non-profit governance to join MassBike's team in pursuit of equitable access to bicycling throughout the Commonwealth.

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