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MassBike 5th Annual Bike Night Celebration Mon Oct 18
Friday, October 01, 2004

Please join MassBike for our 5th annual Bike Night celebration! See details
below, and please circulate widely.


Secretary of Commonwealth Development Doug Foy to Keynote; Awards Given to
Sen. Jarrett Barrios and Comedian Jimmy Tingle

BOSTON—MassBike, Massachusetts’ statewide bicycling education and advocacy
organization, announced today that it will hold its 5th Annual Bike Night
Celebration on Monday, October 18, 2004 at Ryles in Inman Square, Cambridge.

The event, MassBike’s premier annual fundraising event, will raise awareness
about MassBike’s advocacy successes this year, including passing legislation
requiring the Drivers Manual to be updated with bike safety information. A
silent auction will be held featuring items including an electric bike, gift
certificates from Redbones and Harpoon Brewery, apparel from EMS, and more.
Bike valet parking will be provided, and the cost per ticket is $25. Online
registration is available at

EVENT: MassBike’s 5th Annual Bike Night Celebration

GUESTS: Keynote Speaker Doug Foy, Secretary of Commonwealth Development;
“Influence Pedaler” Award Winners State Sen. Jarrett Barrios and comedian
Jimmy Tingle

WHEN: Monday, October 18, 2004 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

WHERE: Ryles, 212 Hampshire St., Inman Square, Cambridge

COST: $25 per person

Bike Night business supporters include Major Sponsor Stonyfield Farm/O’
Naturals; Sponsor Jason & Fischer; and Supporters Seyfarth Shaw LLP; Landry’
s Bicycles; Charles River TMA; Cycle Loft; and WheelWorks.

Founded in 1977, MassBike is the only statewide bicycling education and
advocacy group in Massachusetts, and has more than 1300 dues-paying members.
In addition to this year’s win on the Drivers Manual update, MassBike has a
history of results. MassBike was instrumental in the creation of the
Minuteman Bike Path, now the second most popular trail in the U.S.; the
passage of the 1996 Bike-Pedestrian Access Law; and the MBTA policy change
allowing bikes on the T without a special pass. For more information about
MassBike, visit

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