Where should Hubway go next?


Since Hubway’s last expansion in Boston, we’ve received over 33,000 suggestions for station locations. Based on that input and consultation with community-based organizations, we have developed a range of station options for our 2015 expansion. We have focused on options that are close enough to the existing network to ensure the stations will be successful. Boston […]

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2015 Boston Bike Friendly Business Awards

2015 BFB Photo

Now in its 8th year, the Bike Friendly Business program was created to applaud the role of Boston based businesses in supporting and advancing the growth of biking in Boston. Over 150 businesses, ranging from small two-employee firms to large corporations consisting of tens of thousands of employees, have participated in the program since the […]

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Get Biking Challenge — Final Results!


The Get Biking Challenge, the first city-wide biking competition encouraging Boston K-8 students to bike, was a great success! 11 schools accepted the challenge and over 3,500 students were invited to participate by tracking the amount of minutes they rode throughout May, National Bike Month. Check out the stats below to see how students around the city got […]

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Get Biking Challenge Mid-Month Update

We are now half-way through May (National Bike Month) which also means we are half-way through Boston Bikes’ Get Biking Challenge! The Get Biking Challenge is a friendly competition to encourage more K-8 students (and their teachers) to bike by tracking how many minutes they ride each day. Prizes will be awarded to participants and schools; they […]

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Sponsored by Fuji


We’re so excited to announce that Fuji has signed on to sponsor our Youth Cycling Program. They have donated 5 bikes to our fleet and committed to donating 5 bikes per year for 3 years. The bikes will travel to Boston Public Schools throughout the Spring and Fall to be used by students participating in the program. […]

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2014 Roll it Forward Survey


Last year we conducted a survey of Roll it Forward recipients to learn more about the program’s impact and where there is room for improvement. You can download the full analysis here. Key Findings: Roll it Forward distributes bikes to low-income individuals Recipients did not have access to bikes or other forms of personal transportation before […]

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A community space for Boston biking”

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Boston startup Fortified Bicycle just nabbed a $150,000 grant through the Mission Main Street Grants program run by JP Morgan Chase & Co., and it plans to use the money to build out a new office on the edge of Chinatown that it hopes will become a gathering place for Boston’s bike community.” Read the full […]

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Spring Youth Cycling Program Application Released


Last week we contacted public schools across Boston to let them know that we are now accepting applications for the spring season of the Youth Cycling Program (YCP). The Youth Cycling Program aims to increase physical activity as well as provide bicycle education for students in grades 2–12 during the school day. Our goal is for participants to […]

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Did you know?

People have taken over 2 million trips on the New Balance Hubway bike share system since July 2011. Learn why it’s so popular and see membership options at www.thehubway.com

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