Wednesday, September 23, 2020 at 05:00 PMZoom Call in Anywhere, MA
Please register with the Eventbrite link here.
WalkBoston is celebrating 30 years of making Massachusetts safer and easier to walk. This year’s keynote speaker is Mark Fenton, a nationally recognized public health, planning, and transportation consultant, an advocate for active transportation, and former host of the “America’s Walking” series on PBS television.
This year’s celebration will recognize the following groups with Golden Shoe Awards:
- Boston Public Library | Renovations that enhance walkability
- Coalition for a Better Acre Walking Champions | Advocating for safer walking in Lowell
- Tufts Health Plan Foundation & Boston Age Strong Commission | Advancing age-friendly walking throughout Massachusetts
Registration is on a pay-as-you-can basis. Suggested donation $30.
Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 06:00 PMZoom in Virtual, MA
Do you want to learn about how to safely share the road with a bus when you’re riding a bike? Are you curious about what a bus driver can see from their seat and what the MBTA is doing to ensure the safety of those riding their bikes? Are you wondering about how the new shared bus and bike infrastructure works and what might be next? Well, you’re in luck!
Join us for a panel conversation to hear from Ronnie Neff, an MBTA bus instructor and Galen Mook, Executive Director of MassBike, plus hear from an MBTA bus driver, as well as a bike rider.
Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 07:00 AM through September 27, 2020Anywhere in Virtual, MA
For more information or to reigster, please visit here.
It’s a make-it-your-own cycling event, Bike MS style.
We can’t ride together in-person this year but people with MS can’t wait.
Join us Sept. 26 for Bike MS: Inside Out, the first-ever nationwide Bike MS event that lets you build your own adventure. It’s a brand new, top-of-the-line cycling experience that everyone can be a part of no matter where you are or how you ride. Thanks to exciting partnerships with Strava and Zwift, you can ride inside or out and choose the mileage that’s right for you.
Whether you’re riding solo or in a safely-distanced group of teammates, we’ll come together in a powerful new way for people affected by MS.
The Bike MS community is 75,000 cyclists strong — help us cross the finish line for people with MS in 2020.
Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 01:00 PMSouthwest Corridor, north of Jackson Sq. in Boston, MA
The Bike Union will be providing free bike repair in JP, just north of the Jackson Sq. T stop on the Southwest Corridor. This event is co-hosted by JP Bikes, the BCU’s JP chapter.
More info here: https://bostoncyclistsunion.org/event/bike-to-market-jamaica-plain