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.
|Tour de Hives
BABA (Boston Area Beekeepers Association) is an non-profit organization based in the Boston, MA area whose goal is to promote sustainable beekeeping through the sharing of knowledge. Join us to celebrate honeybees and beekeeping on the Tour de Hives, a bike tour of Boston area hives! Learn about honeybee biology, bee-friendly flowers, and backyard honey production from urban beekeepers on-site at their local apiaries. Locally screen-printed t-shirt, free snacks and honey tasting included in event registration.
July 16th, 2017, Glouchester MAReid’s Ride is held each year on the third Sunday in July. Cyclists begin gathering for check-in around 6:45 AM in the parking lot at Lynnfield High School and begin departing between 7:15 and 7:30 AM on bicycle ride that travels along a scenic and varied route of town and country and seaside roads to Gloucester’s Stage Fort Park for food, music, fun and festivities. The 28 mile open-road route is supported by technical and emergency chase teams, water stations, and a rest stop.
July 15, 2017 Concord-Carlisle High SchoolBike MS: Minuteman Ride is a ride that will take you farther than you’ve ever gone before. What makes this ride so special? Join us as we ride the beautiful roads of historic Concord and surrounding metro-west towns. From this area the “shot heard round the world” was fired. Revolutionary-era homes and beautiful New England scenery are just some of the sights you’ll enjoy on Bike MS: Minuteman Ride.Your participation will drive MS research forward faster, and deliver services to those who face the challenges of MS every day so they can live their best lives.
|Galeria Run & Ride
2017 dates TBDDo you love to ride your bike and run? Compete in the seventh annual, kids only, FREE duathlon with biking and running in and around CambridgeSide!Run & Ride at CambridgeSide is for kids ages 5-13 years old, with prizes, race t-shirts, giveaways, entertainment and more. Race with your friends and make new friends – sign up for Run & Ride at CambridgeSide today!
|Pan Mass Challenge
August 5th + 6th, 2017 77 Fourth Avenue, Needham, MAThe Pan-Mass Challenge raises money for life-saving cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute through an annual bike-a-thon that crosses the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Since its founding in 1980, the PMC has successfully melded support from committed cyclists, volunteers, corporate sponsors and individual contributors. All are essential to the PMC’s goal and model: to attain maximum fundraising efficiency while increasing its annual gift. Our hope and aspiration is to provide Dana-Farber’s doctors and researchers with the necessary resources to discover cures for all cancers.
|Bike to the Beach New England:
September 3rdBike 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.
2017 dates TBDClimate Ride is a grassroots movement to protect the planet. Our events inspire, educate, and generate powerful grants for the environment, climate, conservation, and bike advocacy.Through multi-day hiking and cycling charitable events, and the Independent Challenge program, our participants are taking direct action to grow the sustainability and active transportation movements.
|Hub on Wheels
Sunday September 17th 2017
|Berkshires to Boston:
September 16th – 20thThe 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.
|Harbor 2 Bay
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Riders will have 3 options:
Launched in 2003, Harbor to the Bay (H2B) has raised over $4 million for four local HIV/AIDS organizations; Fenway Health Center, AIDS Support Group of Cape Cod, Community Research Initiative (CRI), and AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts (AAC). 100% of all rider-received pledges has gone directly to these beneficiaries.
September 23, 2017 Foxboro, MAJoin the nation’s #1 one-day athletic event raising funds for youth. Ride 25, 50 or 100 scenic miles throughout Southeastern Massachusetts, all while raising funds to support at-risk kids. Riders can support their choice of 50 Affiliate Charities, or support all of them by raising funds for the Ride’s Match Fund. 100% of every dollar raised will go directly to kids in our community.
|ALS MA RideSeptember 24, 2017 | Longfellow Club, Wayland, MA
Riders will start their ride through the peaceful open spaces of Wayland and ride through the charming Village of Sudbury. Riders will be thrilled to arrive in the “outdoor lovers’ paradise” of Hudson with its’ scenic New England charm. As they continue to cycle, riders will be treated to the picturesque community of Bolton and then onto the beautiful sights of the small community of Stow which boasts several apple orchards. After breezing through the forests of Acton, the riders will then embark upon the “natural world of beauty” in Concord and finish back at the Longfellow Club in Wayland.
Riders on the route are fully-supported by the Safety Team, SAG Team, and rest stops located every 4-10 miles.
|Ride for Food
Sunday, September 24, 2017.Recognizing that hunger is widespread throughout our surrounding community and that community-based non-profits have limited resources to undertake large fundraisers, TSNE organizes an annual charity bike ride, the Ride for Food to raise money for local food pantries, kitchens, community farms and food rescue organizations.
|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.
|Cycle for Life
October 7th, 2017 Join us for our 20th Annual bicycle event as we ride through ten scenic towns in the metro-west area. CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with route options of 12, 30 and 65 miles. From breakfast to our cycle post party, you can enjoy fully stocked rest stops, bike mechanics for minor maintenance and repair, ride marshals to cheer you along the way and plenty of support vehicles to help you complete the ride. This unique event empowers participants to take action and demonstrate their commitment to finding a cure for cystic fibrosis in a tangible, emotional and powerful way.