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Bike Night 2002 benefit tonight! (english)
20 Nov 2002
Bike Night 2002 is the bike event of the year. Guest speakers include Jill Stein of the Green Party, and State Representative Anne Paulson, who rides her bike to the State House almost every day.
Celebrating 25 Years of Bicycle Advocacy in Massachusetts

Bike Night 2002, MassBike's annual meeting, is this evening. We have good reason to celebrate: 25 years of making Massachusetts a better place to bicycle. Dress code: spandex, black tie, and anything in between is acceptable. All proceeds go to funding bicycle projects.

Free bike valet parking will be on-site, you'll hear about MassBike's recent Share the Road public service announcement tv spots and our promising new Police Training program, along with many other accomplishments and future challenges. Confirmed speakers include Dr. Jill Stein (Green Party Candidate), Representatives Anne Paulsen (Transportation Committee) and Timothy Toomey (Public Safety Committee Chair), Governorís Highway Safety Bureau Executive Director Nancy Luther, and MassHighway Coordinator of Bike/Ped Projects Lauren Adams.

What:The State of the Bicycling State address: 25 years of bicycling; Influence Pedaler Awards; VIP speeches; silent auction; and food and fun.

When: Wednesday, November 20th. Bike Night will run from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

$25 admission, $20 for MassBike members (Volunteers get free admission)

Where: Cambridge Brewing Company, Cambridge. Located at One Kendall Square, at the intersection of Hampshire and Portland Streets.

Find out more information at


The Massachusetts Bicycle Coalition (MassBike) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting bicycling in Massachusetts through education, advocacy, awareness, and improved cycling facilities.
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