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Bike to Work Day Festival 2019

On May 17, we’ll host a party for cyclists at City Hall and make it fun for you to meet your neighbors and get here by bike.

Boston’s National Bike to Work Day Festival celebrates National Bike to Work Day and is our way of saying, “Thanks for riding your bike today.” We think it’s important to celebrate everyone who rides in Boston, and we want to make it fun for experienced and new bike commuters.

On Bike to Work Day, you can join a commuter convoy as it rides through one of dozens of locations throughout the Boston metro area. These convoys are guided by experienced ride leaders and follow a fixed schedule and route. Everyone finishes together at City Hall Plaza! Because you rode your bike, you’ll get a free breakfast and coffee amid an expo at City Hall Plaza. Join a convoy, or just show up for the fun at City Hall Plaza. Going to work after the event is optional.

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

Register now

More Bike to Work info

Want to help out as a convoy leader? Want to exhibit at the event?

Bike To Work Day details

7:00am - 9:00am
1 City Hall Square
Boston, MA 02201
Tristan Djaafar
Back Bay
Bay Village
Beacon Hill
Chinatown/Leather District
East Boston
Hyde Park
Jamaica Plain
Mission Hill
North End
South Boston
South End
West End
West Roxbury
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