Unicorn Madness

Unicorn Madness has a new winner this year! The Roxbury Unicorn came out on top with the most rides and votes. Find the Roxbury bike around town this April to take a victory lap!

Vote or ride your favorite Unicorn Bike! The winner from each match up with move on to the next round. Round 3 will last until April 8th. Please vote only once per round. Your vote will enter you for a chance to win one of our prizes. Every trip you take on one of the unicorns during the Final Round will also count as entry to win a prize.

FINAL ROUND MATCHUP

Roxbury vs Greenovate


Roxbury: In summer 2016, we celebrated Hubway expansion in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. Also designed by the youth at Artists for Humanity, the bike features three important figures in Roxbury's history: Ruth Batson, Melnea Cass, and Elma Lewis. WINNER!

Greenovate: The Boston Yeti unleashed this bike on Earth Day 2016 to bring awareness to Boston's work against climate change. Greenovate is the City of Boston's initiative to involve the broader community in implementing the City's Climate Action Plan and reducing our greenhouse gas emissions 25% by 2020 and 100% by 2050.

ROUND 2 MATCHUPS- Round 2 is now closed

Dorchester vs. Roxbury


Dorchester: This year, more stations will be available in Dorchester than ever before. Featuring a unique design from the youth artists of nonprofit Artists for Humanity, this bike celebrates the history and culture of Dorchester as it travels throughout the system.


Roxbury: In summer 2016, we celebrated Hubway expansion in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. Also designed by the youth at Artists for Humanity, the bike features three important figures in Roxbury's history: Ruth Batson, Melnea Cass, and Elma Lewis. - WINNER

Go Boston 2030 vs. Greenovate


Go Boston 2030: On March 8th, the City of Boston released its Vision and Action Plan for a bold transportation future. The Go Boston 2030 bike celebrates the thousands of people who informed the plan and features how we intend to get around: bicycling (of course!), walking and rolling, taking transit, hopping in an autonomous vehicle, and even floating on a hoverboard.


Greenovate: The Boston Yeti unleashed this bike on Earth Day 2016 to bring awareness to Boston's work against climate change. Greenovate is the City of Boston's initiative to involve the broader community in implementing the City's Climate Action Plan and reducing our greenhouse gas emissions 25% by 2020 and 100% by 2050. - WINNER

ROUND 1 MATCHUPS - Round 1 is now closed

Dorchester vs. Emerald Explorer

Dorchester: This year, more stations will be available in Dorchester than ever before. Featuring a unique design from the youth artists of nonprofit Artists for Humanity, this bike celebrates the history and culture of Dorchester as it travels throughout the system. WINNER

Emerald Explorer: The winning design in Hubway's 2014 "design-a-bike" contest. Designer Amy Fater, a Senior Campus Planner for Harvard University, used a map of the Emerald Necklace surrounding the Charles River to celebrate how residents and visitors alike can connect to the beauty of our cities.

GoBoston2030 vs. The Red Sox Green Monster bike

Go Boston 2030: On March 8th, the City of Boston released its Vision and Action Plan for a bold transportation future. The Go Boston 2030 bike celebrates the thousands of people who informed the plan and features how we intend to get around: bicycling (of course!), walking and rolling, taking transit, hopping in an autonomous vehicle, and even floating on a hoverboard. WINNER

Red Sox Green Monster bike: The Red Sox, through its charitable Foundation and Sustainability initiatives, have been long time supporters of bike share, featuring in-game Hubway ads on Earth Day and throughout the season and encouraging ticket holders to take Hubway to the game. Wally the Green Monster introduced this bike in spring 2016.

Roxbury vs. East Boston

East Boston: In fall 2017, Mayor Walsh unveiled this unicorn, designed by the youth artists of Artists for Humanity, to commemorate Hubway's first 10 stations in Eastie. The bike features an abstraction of clipper ships famously built by East Boston's own Donald McKay. The colors are drawn from flags that represent the rich heritage of today's neighborhood, including Italy, El Salvador, Brazil, Columbia, and the Refugee Nation.

Roxbury: In summer 2016, we celebrated Hubway expansion in the Roxbury neighborhood of Boston. Also designed by the youth at Artists for Humanity, the bike features three important figures in Roxbury's history: Ruth Batson, Melnea Cass, and Elma Lewis. WINNER

Greenovate vs. 1 Million Rides

Greenovate: The Boston Yeti unleashed this bike on Earth Day 2016 to bring awareness to Boston's work against climate change. Greenovate is the City of Boston's initiative to involve the broader community in implementing the City's Climate Action Plan and reducing our greenhouse gas emissions 25% by 2020 and 100% by 2050. WINNER

One Million Rides: Hubway riders surpassed the 1,000,000 ride mark in July 2013. As of March 2018, Hubway riders have taken over 6 million rides and counting.

Prizes

WINNERS WILL BE SELECTED THE WEEK OF APRIL 2ND

8 unicorn riders from the first round receive a free cone from Ben and Jerry’s

4 unicorn riders from 2nd round receive a Bruins T-Shirt and hat.

2 unicorn riders from 3rd round receive a SWAG Pack from Turtle Swamp Brewery, and a Bruins T-Shirt and hat.

1 rider of the winning bike (all rounds) receives 2 tickets to 2018 season Bruins Game and an Ice Cream Party at Ben & Jerry’s.

All 15 winning riders receive a complimentary Hub On Wheels registration.

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Riders who post images to Twitter and Instagram with hashtag #UnicornMadness get an additional ride entry into the drawing for each round. Vote now!