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Bike Week 2014 infographic FINAL-01MassDOT, MassBike, and MassRIDES thanks everyone for all of the hard work put into making Bay State Bike Week a success!

We were thrilled to see returning and brand new events this year throughout Massachusetts, from bike breakfasts to group rides and so many other great events. Congratulations to all on a successful week of events! Check out the stats, left, to see our statewide impact.

Events like those during Bay State Bike Week are what help to keep us as a top ten bicycle-friendly state!

Thank you again for your participation in Bike Week 2014. We look forward to working with you throughout the year to continue promoting bicycling as a safe, healthy, green, and fun form of transportation.

For more information about bicycling in Massachusetts, visit MassDOT’s bike page at

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