Sunday, August 01, 2021 at 12:00 AMCentral Massachusetts in Worcester, MA
The Central MA Regional Planning Commission (CMRPC) invites you to venture into the Central Massachusetts region to experience its networks of multi-use pathways and bike trails through the month of September.
In light of Bay State Bike Month, the CMRPC has created a limited series bike blog featuring new posts every Tuesday beginning in the month of August gearing up to September. In September, residents and visitors alike are invited to share their cycling experiences with us to promote cycling in Central MA and for a chance to be featured in the blog!
Visit the Central Massachusetts Cycling Hub to access blog posts, regional and educational information, and to share your experiences as you explore the Central MA region!
Sunday, September 12, 2021 at 07:00 AM
Join Bikes Not Bombs (BNB) in their annual Bike-A-Thon, a bike ride for social justice. On Sunday, September 12th, 2021, BNB is holding their 34th annual Bike-A-Thon, which is a community fundraiser to promote environmental sustainability and social justice.
This year BNB features six different fully-supported routes: 10, 30, 50 and 100 miles, as well as short and intermediate mixed terrain routes. Registration, routes, and more information is available at https://bikesnotbombs.org/bike-a-thon
Bikes Not Bombs Is a non-profit organization in Jamaica Plain that uses bicycles as a vehicle for powerful social change to achieve economic mobility and racial equity for Black and other marginalized people and communities in Boston and the Global South. Questions about the Bike-A-Thon can be answered by contacting Angela Phinney at BNB, [email protected] or 617-519-6189.
Monday, September 13, 2021 at 12:00 PMVeterans Park- Near Transportation Center in Holyoke, MA
Saturday, September 18, 2021 at 12:00 PMMeet at Heritage State Park in Holyoke, MA
Sunday, September 26, 2021 at 07:00 AM
Each year, The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts and an amazing group of supporters dedicated to raising funds to help strengthen our local communities, get together for a fun day of biking. For 2021, you can participate in Will Bike 4 Food a couple of different ways- the live event on Sunday, September 26th and the Ride & Seek Community Challenge.
The Will Bike 4 Food live event on Sunday, September 26th will include specific leave times and routes for 100 mile, 50 mile, 25 mile, and 10 mile rides. There will also be an after-party at the Lion’s Club Pavilion with more details to come.
Registered participants are also invited to join in on the Ride & Seek Community Challenge. This is a new addition to WB4F and will encourage riders to explore all four counties The Food Bank serves while visiting local businesses and farms. The more bases you tag – the more opportunities to win prizes leading up to the live event and be included in the drawing for the GRAND PRIZE on September 26. You can do the Ride & Seek Community Challenge in place of or in addition to the live event.
Learn more at www.willbike4food.org