Boston kicks off National Bike Week May 9, 2014

Ride to work

Bike Week is a yearly international event that originated in Europe. It is typically a seven day event that advocates the importance of bicycling as a means of transportation. The event has been steadily gaining popularity in North American cities over the past decade. Bike Week takes place during the second week of May or June and is typically an entire week of city-wide cycling supplemented with events.

The central aim of the event is to give citizens of a city the opportunity to help the environment and exercise in a fun and social way. Participants include professional cyclists, celebrities and individuals who choose cycling as a chief means of transportation for the week.

Join more than 9 "convoys" of riders as they meet for the Boston Bike Week Festival on
May 9th, 2014 from 7–9 AM at the City Hall Plaza, Boston

There will be Free breakfast hosted by Boloco as well as more vendors, music and fun!