Boston Bike Party

What is Boston Bike Party?

Boston Bike Party is a monthly social group bike ride at casual pace. It’s completely free and open to the public to participate in, and is completely volunteer-run by collective of people who like to ride bikes. The goal is to build community while partying on bikes!

Boston Bike Party’s mission is to foster an inclusive community of people to enjoy the pure fun of bicycling, and we will be taking steps to use my privilege as an Organizer of this community and as a Chinese-American to fight racism in Boston’s bicycling community that involves recruiting more diverse leadership into our organization and more robust policies in our online communities. We don’t know what that will look like exactly yet either, but we recognize that solidarity isn’t one-and-done, we have a lot of work to do, and going forward, as a 100% volunteer-run organization, we will need your help to fight racism and enforce a bicycling community for all people from all walks of life, because we ride stronger together as an inclusive community than we do apart.

Greg Hum 

Co-Founder and Organizer

Boston Bike Party

How did it start?

Bike Party is a global movement that started in San Jose California and spread all over the world. Elodie Garcia brought bike party to Boston in 2013 after living in DC and riding with DC Bike Party!

Who Runs it?

100% Volunteers!

Who is it for?

People of all ages, ethnicity, gender, nationality, bike size, and colors. ALL are welcome!

Where and when?

2nd Friday of every month. We meet at Copley Square at 7pm unless otherwise stated.