This scenic stretch along the Charles River is a favorite among tourists and locals alike, with a car-free bike and pedestrian path.
This public walkway and bike path follows the shoreline of Boston Harbor, providing a nice spot for parks, public art exhibits, cafés and more.
This special ride will take you past the locations of Cambridge’s lost theaters and sites immortalized on the big screens of Hollywood.
Located on the Freedom Trail in Boston's historic downtown, Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market are now places to shop and dine.
Two separate but adjacent parks, the Boston Common and Public Garden make up one of the oldest public spaces in the country.
The MFA first opened in 1876 and is currently the 4th largest museum in the U.S., home to nearly 500,000 works of art.
Bike-related events and festivals that are easy to get to by Blue Bikes.
Classes offered by local organizations on topics like bike safety and riding skills.
Organized rides by Blue Bikes and other cycling groups around the city.