Join us!

WALK/RIDE DAYS = Last Friday of Every Month!

Step 1: Consider your options

Step 2:  "Check-in"

Step 3: Commute

Step 4: Celebrate at our retail partners


Walk or ride a bicycle, bus, train… Even carpooling, walking partway, or driving - we welcome your check-in!


Invite your colleagues, family and community…the more the merrier!











CAMBRIDGE: The City of Cambridge is hosting a breakfast at City Hall, in collaboration, with a focus on Women and Healthy, Sustainable Commuting.  It starts at 7:30 am, and will run untill 10 am.  Breakfast fare will be supplied by many local buisnesses, including Iggy's bakery.  In addition to the food, there will be guest speakers. Also, many other enviornmental and pro bike groups will be in attendance!  Hope to see you there! 

Before the event, the Cambridge Health Alliance will be leading bike rides from multiple locations, converging on the breakfast. More information can be found below.

Follow up in Boston, where Boston Bikes is holding Bike Friday.  From multiple locations throughout the region, groups of cyclists will bike to City Hall Plaza in Boston for a free breakfast provided by Boloco and other local buisnesses.  Hit them both, because cycling is hungry work after all!

***As part of the City of Cambridge's Walk/Ride Day Celebration of Women and Active Transportation, all CAMBRIDGE HEALTH ALLIANCE women are invited to a CHA-WOMEN'S-BIKE-TO-WORK RIDE and more!***

Date: Friday, July 27

Rides: Various start times

Breakfast: 7:30 am to 10:00 am

Location: Cambridge City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Avenue, Central Square

BIKE RIDE: CHA women from throughout the Boston area, in groups, pairs or singles, are invited to to the free celebratory breakfast, hosted by the City of Cambridge, in partnership with the Green Streets Initiative. To ride with others, PLEASE REGISTER HERE!

OTHER GREEN, HEALTHY COMMUTES: Women who do not bike to work that day are invited to green their commutes as well, by walking or jogging, or riding buses or trains - even driving part of the way or carpooling counts! We're aiming to have all CHA women (and men too!) commute in green ways and CHECK-IN THEIR COMMUTES HERE for the Walk Ride Day Corporate Challenge and online raffles .

BREAKFAST: One of a series, this event is designed to encourage the adoption and use of transportation alternatives that benefit both the person and the environment (walking, biking, public transportation). Come meet female cyclists, bike commuters and pedestrian advocates, and eat delicious food.

Contact Mike Ginieres for more details:


According to the League of American Bicyclists*, only 26% of all bicycle commuters in the US are women. Why do you think this is?

And what about women and other forms of car-free commuting?

Share your thoughts!