Sponsored Events & Rides

We’re proud to partner with city and community organizations to offer unique and exciting rides this year. From touring local farms to providing bikes for special events, we’ve got a great lineup! Stay tuned as we finalize our (long) list of sponsored events. If you’re hosting an event and are looking for sponsors, just click the “Contact” tab above and send us an email!

If you’re interested in renting a bike for one of these events, please call us at (617) 670-0637 or contact the event organizer for instructions.

tst-logo-200x180 Tri-State Trek – ALS Therapy Development Institute

The ALS TDI Tri-State Trek raises money and brings attention to the work ALS TDI is doing to find an effective treatment for a horrific disease.

The Trek began in 2003, when 16 cyclists pedaled from Boston to New York and raised about $30k for ALS research. The event has since grown to over 400 participants, raising over 7 million dollars. People ride, crew or volunteer to support changes in medical science. Riders gain strength from spectators cheering them on with cowbells, letting them know they are not alone on their bikes.

Bike to the Beach New England: September 3rd

Bike to the Beach New England is a fully supported 100-mile Charity Cycling event from Boston, MA to Newport, RI offered on Labor Day Weekend to educate our community about the benefits of cycling and to raise awareness and funding for autism.

The charity ride goes from Boston, MA through the suburbs of South Boston towards Providence, RI, down the East Bay Bike Path, over the Mt. Hope Bridge, down the Western Shore of Aquidneck Island, and around the beautiful Cliffs of Newport past the famous Newport Mansions. It ends on the beautiful shores of Atlantic Beach where there are finish line festivities for the riders, volunteers, and friends & families.

Berkshires to Boston: September 16th – 20th

The Berkshires to Boston Bicycle Tour is a four-day, 240 mile bike tour across Massachusetts from the New York border to downtown Boston. Beginning in the scenic Berkshire hills along the New York border, the tour meanders through the Connecticut River Valley, rolls over the state’s central plateau and spins through Lexington and other historic communities before arriving in the vibrant capital – Boston. There, riders join more than 5,000 cycling enthusiasts for Hub on Wheels, Boston’s annual bicycling festival.

mccourt Tour de South Shore: October 1st

This is a 25-mile and 50-mile fundraising bike ride that will start and finish at Wompatuck Start Park and travel through the towns of Hingham, Cohasset, Scituate and Norwell. This is not a race, but rather a great way to support much needed research for Alzheimer’s and Multiple Sclerosis. Rain or Shine.