Join us on September 20th, 2015 to bike through a car-free Storrow Drive, explore historic neighborhoods, and take in views of the Boston Harbor with thousands of other cyclists. The ride starts and finishes on City Hall Plaza in downtown Boston, with three different routes to choose from. Registration for 2015 is now open, for what’s sure to be the best ride of the year.

The Hub on Wheels city-wide bike ride is fully supported and safe, with three routes that provide 10, 30, or 50 miles of harbor views and hidden pathways, river greenways and Boston’s wonderful and eclectic neighborhoods. Storrow Drive is completely car-free, as is the entire 10-mile route.

You haven’t seen the Hub until you’ve seen it on two wheels! Register Now!

A Few Ride Details:

Note: Hub on Wheels is presented by Boston’s Office of Special Events in cooperation with Boston Bikes.

The Ride: You can choose to complete a 10, 30, or 50 mile long route. To reopen Storrow Drive in a timely fashion, anyone not reaching the 10 mile turnaround by 9:30 will be turned back early. Many other roads along the 30 and 50-mile routes are open to traffic. Marshals will be along all routes to make sure there’s plenty of space to ride. Tech support and ride snacks are free of charge. All rules of the road apply. Please ride safely and courteously.

Event: For a schedule of events, participant details, volunteer information and more, refer to the Hub on Wheels official website.

Register now: The registration fee is $50. Be sure to sign up early! September 9th is the last day to register before the $5 late fee. Online registration is available here and closes Saturday, September 19th at 12:00am. On-site registration is also available.

Riding with children: Cyclists must be 10+ years to ride the 10 mile loop, 12+ years to ride the longer loops. Children under 10 may participate only if riding with an adult on a tandem, trail-a-bike, bike seat, or trailer. Children under 10 ride for free — no separate registration is required. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Children of any age are allowed as tandem riders with an adult.

Rent a bike: Don’t have a bike but still want to ride? Reserve a bike today by contacting the official bike rental partner, Urban Adventours, at (617) 670‑0637 or at www.urbanadventours.com.

Support Us: This year, in addition to Tech Goes Home, Hub On Wheels is proud to support Boston Bikes and Special Olympics Massachusetts. $5 of your registration fee will support whichever one of one of these three beneficiaries you select.

Don’t forget to check out the TD Bank Mayor’s Cup Criterium the day before to see some professional racers take to Boston’s streets.

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Did you know?

Bikes Not Bombs hosts weekly “Tool Time” to work on your bike every other Thursday night. See their classes page or calendar page for more information.

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