New Balance Hubway is a great way to see Boston and get around in Boston. Under the leadership of Mayor Martin J. Walsh, there’s a bicycle renaissance in the city. You can experience this by riding New Balance Hubway on our new bike lanes, picking up a discounted helmet at any CVS or Walgreens, and saying hi to all the other bikes you pass on Boston’s streets.
New Balance Hubway is great for EVERYONE!
RESIDENTS It’s conveniently located to be part of your daily trips. Pick up your groceries, go out to dinner, you can even visit the Apple store, the Prudential center or Fenway Park on a New Balance Hubway bike.
COMMUTERS With plenty of bikes waiting for you each morning at North, South, and Back Bay Stations, New Balance Hubway can get you to work faster than sitting in traffic or transferring at crowded T stations. It’s also a great way energize the start to your day.
VISITORS You can visit the Freedom Trail sites, shop and eat at Quincy Market, or ride along the picturesque Charles River all on a New Balance Hubway bike.
There are membership options that fit each type of user. From 24-Hour passes, to 72-Hour passes, to annual members – join the thousands of people who are already discovering Boston by bike. Wherever you want to go from Downtown to Allston, Charlestown to UMass, or Mission Hill to the Innovation District on Boston’s waterfront, New Balance Hubway can you get you there. It’s the best way to see the city.
We are grateful for the following stewards that support bike sharing as one of the newest and greenest transportation programs in the country.
- City of Boston, Mayor Martin J. Walsh
- Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization
- Boston Public Health Commission
- City of Boston
- City of Cambridge
- City of Somerville
- Federal Transit Administration
- Massachusetts Department of Transportation
- Metropolitan Area Planning Council
- Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
- Town of Brookline