Cambridge Bike Rides

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Discover new places in the city and the interesting ways to get there on a Cambridge Bicycle Committee bike ride! Most rides are themed and include informational brochures and route maps. There is no registration or charge for rides -- just show up and enjoy!

To sign up to receive ride news and updates by email, click here.

Upcoming Rides

Spring 2020 Ride - Saturday, May 16, 2020

Join the Cambridge Bicycle Committee for a themed community ride around the city! The ride will begin and end outside the Cambridge Main Library (449 Broadway) and will travel at a relaxed pace, with a suggested age of 10 and up. We ask that younger children ride tandem with an adult (trailers, bike seats, tag-alongs, etc.).

There is no registration or charge for the tour -- just show up and enjoy! The ride will be cancelled in the event of heavy rain. For weather updates, please check back here or sign up for the bike ride email list.

More details TBA!

Past Bicycle Committee Rides

Bike for Bites Winter Ride and Celebration - Saturday, February 29, 2020

43 cyclists

Event flier


Sponsers: Mariposa BakeryHi-Rise Bread CompanyFlour Bakery, Lamplighter Brewing

Spooky Spokes Halloween Bike Celebration - Sunday November 3, 2019

130 participants


12th Bow Tie Ride - Sunday, September 22, 2019

187 cyclists

Route map


Sponsors: Redbones BBQ, OoOtie

Coast the City - Saturday, May 18, 2019

226 cyclists

Brochure and route map


Sponsors: Bon Me, WardMaps LLCBroadway Bicycle School


Visit for details on past Bicycle Committee rides from 2003-2018.

Other Bike Tour Resources

American Society of Landscape Architect’s Tour of Boston and Cambridge

A ten mile self-guided tour highlighting some of the most scenic and bikeable areas in Boston and Cambridge.


Created to inspire two-wheeled tourism.

Urban AdvenTours

Looking for a guided tour or to rent a bike?

More Information

For more information about bicycling in Cambridge, visit

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