Explore Metro Boston
by Bike

Bluebikes is the best way to see Metro Boston! If you’re visiting, showing guests around, or just want to be a tourist in your own town, check out our favorite rides, local attractions and events.

Black Heritage Trail

The African American community of 19th century Boston led the city and the nation in the fight against slavery and injustice. Tour the historically significant sites situated in scenic Beacon Hill and learn about the Abolition Movement, the Underground Railroad, the Civil War

Charlestown Navy Yard

The current home of the USS Constitution, the Charlestown Navy Yard was one of the oldest shipbuilding facilities for the US Navy, operating from 1801 to 1974.

Cambridge Black History Ride

These landmarks honor the historical Black changemakers that have shaped Cambridge.

Kendall Sq/MIT

Kendall Square is home to miles of dedicated bike lanes, and the perfect leisurely ride through a city setting.

Boston Green Book Tour

First published in 1936, during the period of Jim Crow segregation, The Green Book identified establishments that would accept the business of African Americans.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Opened in 1903 by art collector and philanthropist Isabella Stewart Gardner, the museum holds several collections of American, European, and Asian art all housed in a Venetian-inspired palace.

Local Events

Local Events

Bike-related events and festivals that are easy to get to by Bluebikes.

Bike Classes

Classes offered by local organizations on topics like bike safety and riding skills.

Group Rides

Organized rides by Bluebikes and other cycling groups around the city.