Information about biking in and around Milton, Massachusetts from the Milton Bicycle Advisory Committee.

Friday, July 18 - Firefly Adventure Team commuter ride
   Firefly Bicycles invites you to join their Firefly Adventure Team on a beautiful commuter ride from JP, through Milton to Cohasset and then up to Hull for a ferry ride back to Boston:

Friday, July 18 - Boston Bike Friday
   Bikes! Free Food! Friends! Join Boston Bikes' Bike Friday commuter convoy Friday AM at Peabody Square (Ashmont) in Dorchester. RSVP here: http://www.bostonbikes.org/events/bike-fridays/fridays/

Sunday, July 20 - Deer Island bike ride
   Community bike ride to Deer Island, with stops for good food, exploring green spaces in multiple neighborhoods, and fantastic views of the Boston skyline:

Sunday, July 20 - Blessing of the Bicycles ride in Quincy
   An easy ride for beginners and casual riders:

Recurring Events

Ashmont Cycles' Wednesday Afternoon Bike Rides
   Ashmont Cycles in Dorchester offers fast and no-drop local rides, which often include routes through Milton, departing from their shop at Peabody Square at 6 PM.  (Resume in Spring)

Landry's Bicycles' Saturday Morning Bike Rides
   Landry's Bicycles hosts a road ride Saturdays at 7 AM from their new location at 44 Granite Street in Braintree.

Bike to Market
Thursday afternoons, 1-6 PM (Summer and Autumn)
   Bike to the Milton Farmers Market at Milton Village (with a helmet) and you'll get a $2 coupon good at any of the vendors.

Milton: Blue Hills Cycling Club Road Rides
   Weekday and Saturday mornings.  Different rides are available for riders of different levels.  Link: http://www.bluehillscycling.com/rides/

Milton: Blue Hills Reservation Mountain Bike Rides
   Weekly, usually on Thursdays or Fridays, as noted on the Southeastern Massachusetts NEMBA site or on their Facebook page.

DCR's Free Family Flicks!
   Free family movie showings at Houghton's Pond (Saturdays), Martini Shell (Tuesdays) and Pope John Paul II Park (Thursdays) through the summer. Great events to bike to!

Milton's Walk or Wheel Wednesdays / Safe Routes to Schools:
   All of Milton's public elementary and middle schools participate in the Safe Routes program. As a result, the crosswalks at the intersection of Brook Road and Canton Ave are slated to be upgraded. Check with your school for more details.

More events to come!  Check back for more details, or send us an email


Visit the Calendar page for more details

Bikes of all sizes are available at the Bike Committee's used bike sale in May

A scene from the 2009 Blue Hills Classic bike race

Milton Firefighters Donate Bike After House Fire
   A very touching story about how local firefighters replaced a boy's bike after his was lost in a house fire:

Roadwork Notices:

Central Avenue - The Milton DPW will resurface Central Avenue late this summer or in early autumn.  The repaved road will include sharrows.

Unquity Road - DCR resurfaced and re-striped most of Unquity Road along with a little of Chickatawbut RD and Hillside St in April and May.  Thanks to DCR for increasing the width of the shoulders, adding two miles of bike-friendly riding in the Blue Hills!  There are still some narrow sections on Hillside St (left side of photo) but the new shoulders (right side of photo) now make up the majority of Milton's Blue Hills routes.

Blue Hills Parkway - DCR resurfaced and re-striped the Parkway, northbound from Canton Ave to Brook Road (1.3 miles) and southbound from Brook Road to Blue Hills Terrace Street (0.5 mile) AND ADDED BIKE LANES!

Granite Avenue at Squantum Street - Repaving completed (April)

Senate Passes Final Transportation Bond Bill – Milton receives $24.2 million in authorizations - April 18, 2014
   Thanks to Senator Brian Joyce and Rep. Walter Timilty for including funding for local road improvements! Over the next five years, this funding will support projects to improve Granite Avenue, Blue Hills Parkway and Adams Street for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.

Milton Bike Lane and Trail Snow Reports
Also see MassPaths.net for regional snow reports

Bike wheel art on the Neponset River Greenway, courtesy of the Milton Art Center. Dust off your bike, go for a ride, and check it out!

- Mike B., May 6, 2014


Click here for information about Milton's Safe Routes to School program.

Click here to learn more about our campaign to make the intersection of Neponset Valley Parkway / Brush Hill Road / Milton Street safer.

Click here to visit the BikeMilton page about the Neponset River Greenway extension between Central Avenue and Mattapan Square.

Potholes?  Report them to the Town Department of Public Works:
Phone: 617-898-4900
Pothole repair email: potholes (at) townofmilton.org

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