See the sights.
All of ‘em.

We dare you to bike it all

With a growing network of bike lanes throughout the region, Bluebikes is the best way to see Metro Boston. But don’t just take our word for it—see below for some of our favorite rides.

Getting around is a breeze

Check out the map and see how easy it is to get where you want to go.

Get out and ride

Whatever you have planned for the day, there are bikes available to get you there and back. (And to a slice in between).

Dr Paul Dudley White Bike Path

A beautiful way to see the city, this 17.1-mile loop runs on both sides of the Charles River with views of the Boston skyline. Try starting your adventure at the Museum of Science Boston. There’s a bike station right on the front plaza. From there, it’s a scenic ride over to Watertown Square.

East Boston Greenway

If you’re looking for an oasis in the city, this is it. Short yet scenic, the East Boston Greenway takes you through tons of green spaces, including Wood Island Marsh and Constitution Beach.

Emerald Necklace Greenway

A real Metro Boston gem. The Emerald Necklace connects a chain of parks from Fenway, through Brookline, to Jamaica Plain. Take in flower gardens, bridges, lakes, city views, and wildlife all on a single trail.

Neponset River Greenway

Take a break from Metro Boston’s busy streets with a ride along the shores of Neponset River. You’ll spot saltmarshes and seabirds. Head to the Mattapan T Stop station for easy access.

Somerville Community Path

This unique trail follows an old rail path and offers a more adventurous way to commute through East Cambridge and Somerville. It offers a smooth ride without going onto busy streets, and is part of the much larger Mass Central Rail Trail.

Northern Strand

This shared use path starts on the peaceful shores of Mystic River and runs through Everett, Malden, Revere, and Saugus. Once completed, it will connect downtown Lynn to the seashore.

Get to know Metro Boston

Get to know Metro Boston

Metro Boston’s bike trails are always growing and getting better. Follow the links below to learn more about the city and its bike community.

Find out the latest news and learn about important updates.

Check out the numbers to see how we’re positively impacting the community.

Ready. Set. Ride.

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