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Volunteer With MassBike

Written by Boston Biker on May 10

Volunteers Needed!

Contact Membership Coordinator Dorothy Fennell to sign up for any of these volunteer opportunities, or call MassBike at 617-542-BIKE.

MassBike Volunteer Night: Tuesday, May 13
Come to our office in Boston for beer, pizza and fun during our monthly volunteer night!

Bay State Bike Week Water Bottle Stuffing: Wednesday, May 14
Get set for “round two” of stuffing water bottles with schwag for Bay State Bike Week. Join us between 5:30pm-9pm on the 9th floor of Boston City Hall in room 937. Enter through the rear entrance on Congress Street. Food provided!

Ski Market Bike Swap: Saturday, May 17
The Ski Market on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston is hosting a bike swap to benefit MassBike. We need help managing a table at the event between the hours of 10am-6pm.

Redbones Bike Party & Benefit: Monday, May 19
From 4-10pm we will be at the Redbones Party in Somerville, and we are still looking for a few more hands to help out with bike parking and managing the booth.

Bike Bash: Wednesday, May 21
We are looking for some folks to help out with the Commuter Challenge closing party in Cambridge where we award those folks who were commuting all week. MassBike needs assistance with managing the bike parking.


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Ski Market Bike Swap

Written by Boston Biker on May 10

Ski Market Bike Swap: Saturday, May 17

Come buy or sell bicycles at the Annual Boston Bike Swap. Bike sales benefit the seller and help support local bicycling groups including Bikes Not Bombs, Hub On Wheels, NEMBA, MassBike, and Bay State Bike Week.

Saturday, May 17, 2008

9am-6pm

Ski Market

860 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston

To sell a bike:

* Beginning Monday, May 12, bring your bike between 10am and 5 pm to Boston Ski Market
* $15 Bike Swap Registration Fee includes free bike inspection and consultation with Ski Market bike technicians to determine selling price. Proceeds from the $15 Registration Fee will be donated to support the efforts of Hub On Wheels, Bay State Bike Week, and MassBike.
* Fill out the Consignment Bike Form.
* Leave the bike. Ski Market sells it on Saturday, May 17.
* You receive 100% store credit or 80% cash back.
* Unsold bikes must be picked up by 6pm on Monday, May 19. After this time, Ski Market will donate unclaimed bicycles to Bikes Not Bombs.

To buy a bike: Just show up between 9am and 6pm on Saturday, May 17. Ski Mark bike technicians will be available to help you find the bike that works for you!

Questions? Contact Boston Ski Market at 617-731-6100 or email [email protected]


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