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Boston Cycling Celebration

You're invited to join the Boston Cycling Celebration on Saturday and Sunday, September 26-27. 

Saturday, more than 200 top professional racers, including Olympic cyclists and national champions, will compete in high speed, fast-action racing in the TD Bank Mayor's Cup Pro Race at Boston City Hall Plaza.  It is FREE to spectators and begins with a block party at 2pm followed by kids races at 3 and the professional adult races at 3:30.   There is a free concert on the Plaza following the races at 7pm. 

On Sunday, nearly 6,000 riders, young and old, beginner and experienced, will join the 5th annual Hub On Wheels citywide ride and festival to help raise money for Boston school children.

Learn more about the Saturday and Sunday Cycling Celebration events here.

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