An event to promote all alternative modes of transportation, including
The City of Cambridge encourages everyone who lives or works in
Cambridge to commute a better way (walk, bike, take the T, or
carpool/vanpool) on May 26th (and every other day of the year).
An information fair will be held at Cambridge City Hall (795 Mass.
Ave.; Central Sq. T stop) from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, with special
events at lunch (including prizes, bike tuneups, and the introduction
of a new bike safety bumper sticker designed by an elementary school
Contact: Joe Barr, City of Cambridge.
Explore East Cambridge, Thursday, May 20, 6:30 pm
Urban evening ATB ride of about 10 diverse miles; mountain or hybrid bikes de
rigueur. Explore retro-grunge industrial sub-culture, including the new MBTA
engine terminal, Lechmere area, Kendall + Tech Squares, and the MIT campus.
Lots of dirt, gravel, glass, steps, ramps and other choice terrain. Start:
Boston - Copley Square Park, Boylston Street between Clarendon and Dartmouth.
Directions: Mass Pike or Storrow Drive to Copley Square exits; parking
Call for details if needed. Charles Hansen.
[Bike Week 1999]