Commuter Choice’s Green Transportation Celebration is on!
Join us at the Science Center Plaza from 11-1pm for free safety checks and small repairs. Unfortunately, the shop will be opening at 2pm instead of 1 to allow plenty of extra time for late-comers and transportation from the fair. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Due to the inconveniencing weather we’ll be closed this coming Tuesday and Wednesday. We’ll reopen Thursday the 29th, unless things stay really bad. Be warm out there!
We’ll have normal hours through Saturday, December 20th, and will then be closed until January 12th. We’ll be open normal hours but if the weather is bad, it’s best to call ahead – we’ll post closings here. Enjoy the break!
We’ll be open Tuesday and Wednesday of this week and will close Thursday the 27th for Thanksgiving. We’ll reopen Tuesday the 2nd of December with regular hours. Enjoy the holiday!
We’ll be closed Tuesday the 14th of October, the day after Columbus Day! We’ll see you again Wednesday the 15th.
Do to unforeseen circumstances Quad Bikes will be closed on Saturday August 23, 2014.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
We’ll be open again the following Tuesday from 1PM to 6:30PM.
We’re going to be closed for the week of August 5th to the 9th, to take some time off and recharge before the fall semester. We’ll be open with normal hours through Saturday, August 2nd, and will reopen with normal hours on Tuesday, August 12th. During the preceding week we’ll do our best to get as many repairs finished and picked up as possible, but there will be some things we won’t be able to get to before the break! Thanks for the patience, and enjoy the summer!
We’ll be closed this week on the fourth and fifth in observation of Independence Day. Sorry for any inconvenience. Have a fun holiday! We’ll see you on the 8th.
We’ll be closed Wednesday the 5th of February due to snow. Sorry for any inconvenience, keep warm out there!
Hey friends! If you didn’t already know, Boston Bikes is the city of Boston’s in-house bicycle advocacy organization. They do some pretty great stuff, including overseeing cycling infrastructure improvements and publishing a great bike map covering greater Boston.
A lot of their work depends on or is directed by a yearly survey they conduct to see who’s riding and where, and collect information about what riders would like to see happen in the future. The 2013 survey is now available. If you rode even once in the city limits of Boston last year, head on over and take the 2013 Boston Bike Survey!