We want you to enjoy nature by bike this June, so we’re challenging you to bike to a park and share your adventure with us. You can bike to your local park or turn it into a longer adventure, just as long as you visit the park using your bicycle!
How to Participate:
- Bike to a park & take a photo during your adventure
- Share your story with us! Either tag @MassBike in your bike to parks photo on social media or email us a photo and sentence about your adventure to [email protected]
Everyone who participates in our Bike to Parks challenge will be entered to win an Eno Hammock and straps thanks to your local REI Co-op.
Make sure you're following MassBike on Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter so you can tag us in your bike to park photo. You only need to tag us on one platform to be entered into the challenge & we will comment/respond to your post to verify your entry. If your account is private, we won't be able to see your post. Those who email their photo & bike to park story to [email protected] will be given the option to be featured below.
Sheila T. - Maudslay State Park, Newburyport
Jack K. - Stanley Park, Westfield
"I loved the smell of cookouts in the grove and the sound of people talking and laughing. I found a shady spot and enjoyed a breeze on a hot afternoon."
Amy I. - 40 Steps Park, Nahant
"I biked from Brookline to Nahant, covering the full extent of the Northern Strand, and checked out this beautiful view from 40 Steps, a small park in Nahant with beach access."
Doug C. - Wachusett Mountain State Reservation, Princeton
Leo C. - Sunset Point, Harrington, ME
"I biked from portland, me to the Canadian border following the East Coast Greenway. This was my campsite on sunset point in Harrington, ME."
Salem M. - Hermit's Castle, Erving
Rick C. - Manuel Correllus State Forest, Martha's Vineyard
"I ride to parks more times than I can count so I don't record them all. This one's special because it was a day trip to Martha's Vineyard that included a ride around Manuel Corellus state forest, one of my favorite rides."
Lilly W. - Nickerson State Park, Brewster
"I biked to Nickerson Park last weekend while on the Cape visiting family. It was the first proper outing for a 1950s Schwinn Town & Country tandem since the front wheel got destroyed last year and we crashed on the Alford St bridge to Everett. I built a new wheel a few weeks back and now the bike is ready for future adventures."
Ryan S - Highland Park, Greenfield
Katherine L - Cape Cod National Seashore, Provincetown
"Took the Cape Cod Flyer to the Cape Cod Rail Trail featuring Nickerson State Park and the National Seashore, then took the ferry home all in one day!"