Starting February 1st, all month long -- anyone who rides with Bluebikes is eligible to receive special prizes. Get ready to warm up during the colder months, and prepare to roll to the top of the Winter Challenge.
At the end of the challenge, we'll be hosting a Winter Challenge Rider Meetup. Anyone who rides at least once in February during the challenge, will be invited to attend. You'll also be able to pick up your hard-earned prizes and network with other riders:
This event is free and open to all ages. Mark your calendar -- you don't want to miss out!
Share Your Ride Experience #BBWinterChallenge
All month long, we'll be featuring riders who get out and ride with Bluebikes. On your next ride, snap a photo of your ride experience and share it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Use hashtag #BBWinterChallenge for a chance to be featured.
Submissions can also be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. I'm not a member, can I still participate?
Yes! Anyone who rides during February is eligible for a prize during the Winter Challenge. Check out our pass options that are available to you.
2. I won a prize, how do I claim it?
Prizes can be picked up at the Winter Challenge Meet-up Event on Thursday, March 7th.
3. Do I have to RSVP for the Winter Challenge Rider Meetup?
Attendees will be required to register for the Rider Meetup. We'll be sharing an Event Page Listing this month, where you can RSVP. For now, mark your calendars for Thursday, March 7th.
4. I am unable to make it to the Rider Meetup to pick up my prize.
If you are unable to make it to the event to pick up you're prize, there will be two other opportunities in Metro Boston.
On Friday, March 8th, we'll be hosting a popup event at the Government Center Bluebikes station. You can pick up your prize from one of our ambassadors between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m
Between March 11-15, visit Cambridge Community Development Center (344 Broadway, 3rd Floor) OR Boston City Hall (1 City Hall Square, Transportation Department, 7th Floor) during business hours.
5. I want to participate, but I'm unsure about biking in the winter.
Stay warm while biking in winter by wearing. Our top recommendations are (1) hats and gloves, (2) warm socks that wick moisture, and (3) face protection.
With the shorter days, we also recommend wearing something reflective. This will help you be more visible while riding. Bike on!