Cape Cod Celebrates Bay State Bike Week, May 13-21, 2017

2017 Bike Week Logos
2017 Bike Week Logos

The Cape Cod Commission and the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority will join regional and state-wide efforts to promote the use of bicycles as a transportation alternative to driving single-occupant vehicles during Bay State Bike Week, May 13 through 21, 2017.  Local and regional activities are planned.

Cape Cod Commission-sponsored events include:

Bike Safety Promotions

  • Orleans: Cape Cod Rail Trail at Main Street – Monday, May 15, 2017
  • Dennis: Cape Cod Rail Trail at Route 134 – Tuesday, May 16, 2017
  • Bourne: Cape Cod Canal Bike Path (adjacent to Buzzards Bay Train Station) – Wednesday, May 17, 2017

All Bike Safety Promotions start at 3 PM

Sponsored by the Cape Cod Commission and MassRIDES

Attention bikers: wear your helmet and get free stuff!  Official Bay State Bike Week lights and giveaways will be distributed (while supplies last). Contact: Transportation Engineer Steve Tupper, Cape Cod Commission, 508-362-3828
Hyannis Biker Breakfast

Friday, May 19, 2017
Time: 8:00-9:00 a.m., Hyannis Transportation Center
Sponsored by the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, Cape Cod Commission, MassRIDES, MassBike, Sea Sports Cyclery & Outdoors

Bike Commuters to Hyannis – start your day off right!  Bike lights, maps, schedules, as well as light refreshments/coffee will be available.  Free minor bike adjustments supplied by Sea Sports Cyclery & Outdoors.  Bike Week giveaways will be distributed while supplies last.  Contact: Lev Malakhoff, Cape Cod Commission, 508-362-3828


A calendar, announcements, and information about this and other Cape Cod Commission bicycle and pedestrian planning initiatives are also available on the web site:

Additional Bike Week events being held on the Cape by other organizations are also posted on the Bay State Bike Week online calendar ( A drop-down menu on that site pinpoints events in specific areas of Massachusetts. Bay State Bike Week is supported in part by the Federal Highway Administration, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, and MassBike.

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