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Boston Bikes

Boston Bikes is part of Boston's vision for a vibrant and healthy city that benefits all its citizens. It seeks to make Boston a world-class bicycling city by creating safe and inviting conditions for all residents and visitors. Boston Bikes focuses on improvements in all six universal bike planning areas: Equity, Engineering, Enforcement, Education, Encouragement, and Evaluation.

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    New Balance Hubway Bike-Share Sytem

    Sign up now to be part of Boston’s regional bike-share system with more than 1,300 bikes. From March through December, you can rent a bike near your home or office. Visit their website to sign up and explore stations, pricing, and how bike sharing in Boston works! »

    $5 Subsidized Memberships »

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    Bike Events

    Boston Bikes hosts several annual events to generate awareness and excitement for bicycling in the city. Learn more about Bike Fridays, Hub on Wheels, the Mayor's Cup and more.

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    Bike Statistics

    Since former Mayor Menino launched Boston Bikes in 2007, ridership in the City has more than doubled. Many other important strides have been made in safety, education, and facilities. Learn more about Boston's progress in becoming the leading bike-friendly city.

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    Public Transit Options

    Review rules and information for taking bicycles on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority system.

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    Bike Friendly Business Awards

    Boston's Bike Friendly Business awards recognize companies that incorporate bike-friendly practices to encourage their employees or customers to ride.

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  • Hubway: New Insights and a View of the Future
    Hubway Executive Director, Emily Stapleton, talks about how Hubway is changing transportation behaviors and patterns in the region.Watch Video »
  • Climate Change: What Would Olmsted Do? Forum
    Ted Landsmark, President and CEO of the Boston Architectural College moderates a forum discussing Climate Change and the principles of Frederick Law Olmsted.Watch Video »