Urban AdvenTours is proud to support the following organizations:
Urban AdvenTours sponsors the Massbike Spins Ride Series, a set of fun rides in and around the city.
Urban AdvenTours is a proud member of Cycle Cities, a network of bicycle tour and rental providers. For the best city bike tours, and discounts, visit Cycle Cities to see destinations!
We work hand in hand with this group and wholeheartedly support their mission to promote a livable city by “rethinking urban transportation”.
is an organization that truly appreciates the revolutionary power of bicycles. The ultimate in bike advocates, they teach young and old alike, in places as diverse as Boston, Ghana and Honduras, how to maintain their bikes, giving people all over the world valuable skills and invaluable independence. BNB packs and ships bikes to all corners of the globe and spreads the transformative power of bicycles all over the world. Visit them and help in their mission!
Dedicated to promoting the everyday use of bicycles by advocating for safe, convenient, and enjoyable cycling facilities in all of Boston’s neighborhoods.
Urban AdvenTours has worked closely with the city and Mayor Menino to bring forward our joint mission of making Beantown a Green town that is healthy, safe and friendly to bicyclists. We’ve teamed up with the city to put forward the following programs and events: Boston Bikes, the Hub on Wheels Festival, and the Community Ride Series.
Urban AdvenTours is proud to be partnered with the League in their nationwide mission to advocate and educate on behalf of bicyclists and set up fun rides and events in their communities.
Bikes Belong is a nationwide bicycle advocacy group focusing on four specific areas: Federal Policy and Funding, National Partnerships, Community Grants and Promoting Bicycling.
The CRW is a social riding group that organizes and undertakes fun rides all year long. The Wheelmen ride all over New England and through some of the most beautiful scenery you can explore on two wheels.
We understand that you can’t always ride your bicycle, especially during snowy Boston winters, so, if you must drive, we suggest using Zipcar, a car-sharing company based in Boston. It’s the greenest way to drive in Boston.
The Emerald Necklace Conservancy brings people together to renew, enliven and advocate for the Emerald Necklace park system. This historic park system serves as the back yard for city dwellers and a destination for more than 1 million visitors and residents each year.
The Green Streets Initiative is a grassroots organization of people from Cambridge, Massachusetts and surrounding cities, who celebrate, promote, and advocate for the use of alternative transportation.
Urban AdvenTours supports Clif Bar’s commitment to environmental awareness, and we use their ‘Clif Kid’ products for our school programs. Last but not least, this very green company puts out a healthy and delicious product – perfect for a hungry cyclist!
Urban AdvenTours has created strong partnerships with the Vistor and Convention Bureau and we are both very excited to offer a breath of fresh air – original, fun and healthy tours of Boston to visitors.
Urban AdvenTours knows that Boston is ‘America’s walking city’, and we support advocacy groups like Walk Boston, who are taking steps (pun intended) to reduce carbon emissions and promote healthy lifestyles here in Boston.
Urban AdvenTours is very happy to be running the ‘Two Wheelin’ Teens: City Bike Trips for Boston Youth’ program. Together with BNAN, we explore Boston parks, bike paths and trails, using our favorite mode of transportation: bikes!
The DCR manages the state’s beautiful open areas, including the Charles River Bike Path, a major bicycle artery in Boston.
The people who run Bike and Roll are dedicated to bicycle travel and touring a city on two wheels. Next time you visit New York City, Washington DC, Chicago, San Francisco or their newest location, Miami, you should look these guys up for the ‘wheel deal’. See these great American cities the way they were meant to be seen – by bike!
When you need a place to stay, but don’t want the hustle-bustle of a hotel, vacation rentals can be just the thing. From charming and quaint neighborhoods like Beacon Hill and the South End to modern lofts in South Boston and the Back Bay, you’re sure to find something that’s right for your stay.