Bay State Bike Week is an annual springtime bicycling event that takes place throughout Massachusetts. It is a celebration of bicycling as a great mode of transportation that is safe, economical, healthy, environmentally-friendly, and fun. Anyone can participate by hosting an event or by participating in an event.

Bay State Bike Week is a partnership between MassDOT, Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition (MassBike), and MassRIDES.


A strong commitment to bicycle transportation is a key part of MassDOT’s sustainable transportation vision to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and promote healthy lifestyles.  The MassDOT mode shift goal seeks to triple the share of bicycling, walking and public transit use by 2030. MassDOT will continue to work to expand the bicycle transportation network, including the establishment of the Bay State Greenway (BSG), a 780-mile, seven-corridor network of on-road and off-road facilities.

To learn more about current bicycle projects, visit the MassDOT bicycling web page at www.mass.gov/massdot/bike.

Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition

Joining the Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition (MassBike) is the best investment you can make to improve biking in Massachusetts. MassBike is the Bay State’s only statewide bike advocacy organization, and has been working toward better biking for 35 years. MassBike fosters a safer, more comfortable biking environment through education, legislation, and infrastructure design. We can only do this through the support of our members, so join MassBike today and add your voice to the greater bicycling community by visiting MassBike.org.


MassRIDES is MassDOT’s free statewide travel options program. MassRIDES provides a range of programs and services that help to reduce congestion and improve air quality across the Commonwealth by encouraging travelers to use options such as ridesharing, vanpooling, public transit, bicycling, and walking. For more information about MassRIDES services visit www.commute.com.