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  • Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 07:30 AM
    Broadway Bicycle School in Cambridge, MA

    Pancake Day

    In celebration with the Broadway Bicycle School community we will have free pancakes and coffee during the morning. All ages are welcome to swing by for this community event!

  • Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 08:00 AM
    John W. Oliver Transit Center in Greenfield, MA

    FRCOG Bike Breakfast

    Coffee, water, and light breakfast food with FRCOG. Come hang out with other bicyclists!

    This event is free and open to the public. 

  • Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at 05:00 PM

    Talk by Galen Mook

    Galen Mook will talk about MassBike's mission and how a Cape-wide chapter will help this region advance safe bicycling through education and expansion of bike-friendly infrastructure.

    This event is free and open to the public.

  • Thursday, May 16, 2019 at 04:00 PM
    Collins Branch Library in Cambridge, MA

    Cambridge CDD: Family Bike Night at the Collins Branch

    Join us to learn the basics of riding with families and fixing your bike at this drop in session! Need something quick fixed on your bike, or maybe just a safety tune-up to getting you riding comfortably this season? We'll have 15 minute safety tune-ups, too!

  • Friday, May 17, 2019 at 07:00 AM
    City Hall Plaza in Boston, MA

    City of Boston: Bike to Work Day at City Hall Plaza

    Join us on City Hall Plaza for Boston’s National Bike to Work Day Festival on Friday, May 17, 2019! 

    Registration is free and encouraged so we know to expect you. It will also help us ensure that we have enough food for everyone.
    Breakfast is only for cyclists. Please be prepared to show us your bike, helmet, or Bluebikes key.
    Please register here:

    On Bike to Work Day, you can join a bike commuter convoy at one of dozens of locations throughout the Boston metro area. The convoys will follow a fixed schedule and route and finish together at City Hall Plaza in Boston.

    • 6:45 a.m. Meet with convoy.
    • 7 a.m. Convoys depart (except from Concord).
    • 7:30 — 8:30 a.m. Convoys finish at City Hall Plaza.
    • 7  — 9 a.m. Free breakfast and expo.

    People arrive at Boston's National Bike to Work Day Festival energized from riding and ready to ask questions about your organization and products. The open tent atmosphere is great for engaging area residents. By having a presence at these celebrations, riders will see that your organization supports a bike-friendly community.

    We welcome you to set up a tent, provide product sample, or host a free services tent. Your tent can offer food, bike repair, or anything else that’s fun and relevant. Request exhibition space here:

    This event is free and open to the public!

  • Friday, May 17, 2019 at 07:00 AM

    OCPC: Bike To Work Day

    Bike to work day event! Refreshments Provided. 

    More information can be found here:

  • Friday, May 17, 2019 at 08:00 AM
    Clarksburg Elementary School in Clarksburg, MA

    Clarksburg Bike To School Day

    Join Students, Teachers, Administration, Families and Law Enforcement biking in bike trains to school!

  • Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 10:00 AM
    Beacon Street & Amory Street in Brookline, MA

    Envision Beacon Street

    Stroll, jog, scoot, and bike the historic Olmsted bridle path along the Beacon Street median. Food, community booths, and family fun. (Hosted by: The Brookline Bicycle Advisory Committee and Friends of the Beacon Street Bridle Path.) More information to be found here:

    This event is free and open to the public.

  • Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 10:00 AM · $18.00 USD
    EcoTarium in Worcester, MA

    EcoTarium Bike Fest & Exhibit Opening

    Celebrate the opening of our new exhibit, GEAR UP: The Science of Bikes, with a kids' bike rodeo, reading by the author of a kids' book on Major Taylor, cycling demos, fix-it clinics, hands-on activities, ice cream and more!

    For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit:

  • Saturday, May 18, 2019 at 11:00 AM
    Playstead Franklin Park

    2019 Kite & Bike Festival at Franklin Park

    Celebrating 50 years of wonder and play at Franklin Park! Gather your family and friends at Franklin Park on Saturday, May 18th to celebrate spring at the annual Kite & Bike Festival!

    Started in 1969, the Kite & Bike Festival is a Boston tradition that gathers more than 1,000 people at Franklin Park each May to enjoy picnicking, kite flying, bicycles & music. One resident describes the Kite & Bike Festival as “My favorite day ever in the twenty years I’ve lived in Boston!”

    Picture endless blue skies dotted with colorful kites, children and families running and laughing across bright green fields — this event is not to be missed! Hosted by the Franklin Park Coalition and Hot 96.9 Boston. Check out photos from past festivals!

    2019 Community Partners: Bike with Kids – Roxbury Way, Boston Cyclists Union, Bluebikes, Playworks, Appalachian Mountain Club’s OutdoorsRX, Lena Park Community Development Center’s FabLab (DIY Kite-making) & MORE!

    Getting There: Biking, walking, and transit are encouraged! There will be limited parking available adjacent to the Playstead at the Giraffe Entrance to the Franklin Park Zoo.

    • By Bus: MBTA bus #16 stops at the main park entrance on Blue Hill Avenue, while the #22, #24, and #49 stop at Seaver Street & Humboldt Ave or Seaver & Elm Hill Ave entrances.
    • By T: Take the Orange Line T Station to Green Street or Forest Hills station. Click here for detailed walking directions and map.
    • By Bike: Click here for detailed biking directions and map.
      • Bike with Kids Group Ride: Grab your helmet and bike for a fun filled bike ride through Roxbury. Join Bike with Kids on their 1st annual ride, starting in Dudley Square and ending at the Kite & Bike Festival. For more details and to register, visit
      • There are two Bluebikes stations located by the park:
        • @Franklin Park Zoo – Franklin Park Rd at Blue Hill Ave
        • @Seaver St at Humboldt Ave

    History of the Kite & Bike Festival

    The festival was founded in 1969 by Boston quiltmaker and visual artist Clara Wainwright, who was also a founder of Boston’sFirst Night celebration seven years later, expanding opportunities for creativity and connections. In 2010, the Franklin Park Coalition brought back the event, reimagined as the Kite & Bike Festival. Held every year on the Saturday after Mother’s Day, the festival brings out more than 1,000 people to fly kites, ride bikes, and picnic in historic Franklin Park.

    In 2019 we are celebrating the start of spring and an exciting new phase for Franklin Park– the start of a new master planning effort that will guide $27 million dollars of investment in the park recently allocated by Mayor Walsh.

    More information can be found here: