Check out these resources and links for making your workplace or business more bike-friendly:
Apply to be certified as a bicycle-friendly business
Bikes are good for businesses and their employees. Through the national Bicycle Friendly Business program, employers are evaluated and recognized for their efforts to encourage a more welcoming atmosphere for employees, customers, and the community. Administered by the League of American Bicyclists.
Participate in Bay State Bike Week (May)
Every May, residents across Massachusetts come together in celebration of human-powered, two-wheeled transportation. This is Bay State Bike Week. From Cape Cod to the Berkshires and everywhere in between, participants organize events like film screenings, bike breakfasts, festivals, and more, to have fun while encouraging new riders and raising awareness about bicycle transportation. Organized by MassBike and MassDOT.
Join the MassCommute Bicycle Challenge (May)
Week-long challenge for Massachusetts residents and employees, encouraging you to use your bicycle instead of a car to get where you need to go. Local businesses and institutions are invited to register bike-commuting teams with the MassCommute Bicycle Challenge.
Start a team for Hub On Wheels (September)
Start a company or workplace team to ride Hub On Wheels in Boston. Experience a car-free Storrow Drive, explore hidden pathways and historic neighborhoods, and take in views of the Boston Harbor that you've never seen before.
Connect by bike to the MBTA
Encourage employees to take advantage the MBTA's Bikes on the T program, including bike-parking facilities at major transit stations.
Sponsor a local Blue Bikes station
Promote bike-sharing transportation in your local business area.
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Go by bike! Cycling makes a lot of sense for local trips. It's more fun, saves money, and keeps you healthy.