Bicycling

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A Conversation with Outgoing MassBike Executive Director David Watson

A lot can change in eight years, especially when it comes to bike sustainability and infrastructure, and MassBike executive director David Watson has been a […]

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Mayor Walsh Wants ‘Truck Side Guards’ on All Vehicles Contracted by the City

In late July, a Hubway cyclist traveling down Massachusetts Avenue in the South End was hit by a city-contracted trash truck as it went to […]

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City to Add More Bike Lanes to Neighborhoods

Boston Bikes announced this week that parts of East Boston, South Boston, West Roxbury, and Mattapan will be retrofitted with new painted bike lanes to help […]

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‘New Shop’ Wants to Bring the E-Bike Boom to Boston

Update: Boston’s first official electric bike shop, NextGen Bicycles, has opened in South Boston. The shop is focused on serving commuters who are considering alternative […]

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A Vigilante Group Is Busting Bike Thieves from Behind a Computer Screen

From behind his desk more than 3,000 miles away, Bryan Hance is trying to lead a cyclist revolution in Boston to help bikers keep their rides […]

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Somerville’s Streets Are Going Green

There’s more than one Green Line coming to Somerville.  The city put out a bid on Friday seeking a company to lather up existing bike […]

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Why Doesn’t Boston Have a ‘Bike Kitchen’?

Anyone who owns a bike knows that regular maintenance can get costly, especially in the summer months when cyclists are commuting through the city more […]

Wellness

The Hub On Wheels Bicycling Event Registration Is Now Open

Registration for the 10th annual “Hub On Wheels” citywide ride, which takes place September 21, is now open. The ride provides cycling enthusiasts, families, and people of all […]

Wellness

Boston Bikes To Host ‘Women’s Bike Ride and Festival’

Thanks to the city’s “Boston Bikes” program, local bicycle ridership has increased by more than 80 percent since 2007. Now, as part of the program’s […]

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Help DotBike Raise Money for a ‘Fixit’ Bike Station

Some determined Dorchester cyclists are working on ways to bring bike infrastructure needs to the neighborhood, and they’re starting by raising money for a station to […]

Arts & Entertainment

Celebrate the MBTA By Riding Your Bike

Community event organizer Greg Hum said throwing an MBTA-themed bike ride together for this Friday, the same month that the transit agency celebrates its 50th birthday, […]

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Making Comm. Ave. Work for All Modes of Transit Is Like Tackling a Rubik’s Cube

Commonwealth Avenue—specifically the stretch extending between the Boston University Bridge toward Allston—is one of the most “truly multi-modal” strips of roadway in the city. That’s why […]

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A Hubway Cyclist Was Struck by a Trash Truck in the South End

A cyclist was taken to Boston Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries on Tuesday after being extracted from underneath a trash truck at the corner […]

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A Bike Valet Service Is Coming to Fenway Park

Update: A Red Sox spokesman said that the valet bike service will remain in place for the remainder of this season’s weekend home games. Earlier: […]

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Cyclist Hit By Truck On Mass. Ave.

A cyclist was taken to Boston Medical Center with what appeared to be a serious leg injury after witnesses said a truck carrying lumber along […]