Explore Massachusetts by bike and you’ll experience an up-close look at our vibrant cities, our iconic villages, and our rural byways. Hop on, hop off. Ride a rail trail (no hills). Take a guided trip. Join riders of all ages on a rewarding and fun-filled cross-state tour. Explore Boston at your own pace with a Hubway bike. Welcome to bike-friendly Massachusetts.
Stay safe while exploring Massachusetts by bike. Always wear a bike helmet (Massachusetts law requires that children 16 years old or younger wear a helmet). Obey all regulatory signs and signals. Never ride against the traffic. Watch for car doors opening. Respect all other riders, drivers, and pedestrians. More safety tips fromHubway bike-sharing. Summary of bike-related laws from Boston Bikes.
Hubway is metro Boston’s bike share program. 1,300 bikes are available at 140 Hubway stations in Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, and Brookline. Hubway has 24-hour, 72-hour, and annual memberships. Download the free Spotcycle app for stations and bike availability.
Boston Bikes is Boston’s city-wide initiative to encourage citizens and visitors to use bicycles for fun, exercise, and transportation. It manages the Hubway bike share program and develop bike-related events.