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MAPC 2012 Bike Map

Written by Boston Biker on Jan 03

Don’t know why I didn’t see this sooner, but still pretty awesome!


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MAPC is proud to present our walking and cycling map with a nearly complete inventory of the regions bicycling and walking facilities.  This map includes on road cycling facilities including bike lanes and cycle tracks, rail trails and other shared use paths, plus hiking trails.

Access our online map, download a copy of our print map, or pick up a free copy of the print map at the MAPC office in downtown Boston.


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MassBike Spins: DotBike And MAPC MetroFuture Ride

Written by Boston Biker on Sep 08

September 17th – MassBike Spin Series & MetroFuture Neponset Greenway Bike Ride 10:30 AM

Join us with MassBike & DOT Bike of Dorchester for the first ever MetroFuture Walks & Talks Bike Ride!  The bike ride will span about 12 miles along the coast, with some on road travel, including a visit to Victory Park and is suitable for adult riders of all abilities.  Prior to the bike ride, learn about the work that the Metropolitan Area Planning Council does regarding bicycle planning, including more about the new Hubway Bike Share.  Hear more about MassBike and about specific DOT Bike advocacy projects such as their work with the Boston Natural Areas Network (BNAN) to push for closing the gap in the Dorchester Coast Trail. Bring your own bike and meet us at JFK Station on the Red Line to learn about biking in Boston and to enjoy a pleasant coastal bike ride.  If you don’t have a bike and are looking into a rental, email Amanda Cleveland at [email protected].

Click here for a map of the route that we will take.

The number of participants is limited.  RSVP here.

P.S. If you can help out as sweep or just an experienced rider for this ride let us know at [email protected]


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New Bike Map From MAPC

Written by Boston Biker on May 09

The MAPC is coming out with a new biking and walking map, these sort of projects are always very valuable for new bikers, and even some experienced bikers like to carry a map with them when they are going on a ride they have not been on.


more info here

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