Bikes Not Bombs

28th Annual Bikes Not Bombs Bike-A-Thon | June 5

Registration for the 29th Annual Bike-A-Thon is now open!  Join  Bikes Not Bombs to ride 10, 30, 50 or 80 miles on the bike ride for social change. Riders of all ages and abilities are welcome to ride.  Join with your friends to create a team and you could win a prize for teams that go above and beyond! The rider after-party will be at the Stony Brook Park from noon – 5:30pm and features live music, hill slides, face painting and delicious food!  


When: Sunday June 5th (June 19th Rain date) >> Read More

Youth Bike-ins | July 9

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Join a community of bikers and feel right at home! Meet new friends, work on your bike, learn mechanics, and just hang out! FREE every Thursday!




Where: 284 Amory Street, Jamaica Plain

For more info: Call (617)522-0222

Bikes Not Bombs Film Screening | May 6

On Tuesday, May 6 Bikes Not Bombs will host a film screening. This event will take place at Bikes Not Bombs located at 284 Amory Street in Jamaica Plain from 6-8:30 pm. Bikes Not Bombs will show a new documentary titled “Power to the Pedals: Wenzday Jane and the Culture of Change”. This is a 30 minute film presentation that features the story of Wenzday Jane, the founder of Metro Pedal Power. Wenzday grew up in a low-income household and was able to harness her mechanical skills to build a successful business-- with priorities on social justice and community building.

After the film there will be a panel of three to four speakers focusing on the process of personal and professional development, and the hard and soft skills youth can develop to move onto jobs after high school. For more information about the event email Erica at

Roxbury Bike Tour | July 28


Travel to the four corners of Roxbury: Egleston Square, Mission Hill, Dudley Square, and Grove Hall. See and hear how and why each is unique, and receive recommendations on places to eat and shop. The tour will begin in front of Mission Church and travel down Tremont St and Malcolm X Blvd to Dudley Square. After a brief visit, we'll continue uphill to Grove Hall. From there we'll bike through Franklin Park and finish our ride in Egleston Square where we can direct riders back to the Southwest Corridor. Tour begins at Mission Church, 1545 Tremont Street, at 10am. For tickets, click HERE. For more info, visit Discover Roxbury.

Help Load Bikes for Ghana, Apr. 17

This Sunday, April 17, Bikes Not Bombs (BNB) will load their first container of 2011 for Village Bicycle Project (VBP) in Ghana. This will also be their first loading out of the new warehouse space in Dorchester, in the ReStore warehouse (10 Harvard Street, Dorchester, MA). So come on out between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to help load bikes fo Ghana, and celebrate the new BNB warehouse with a day of fun, teamwork and solidarity! Come for the whole day or a few hours - whatever you are able. BNB will offer coffee and bagels in the morning, and pizza in the afternoon with a break to talk about the project. For more information, contact David Branigan, International Programs Director, at

Boston ReStore, Inc.
10 Harvard Street
Dorchester, MA 02124 >> Read More

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