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Tomstrummer

Welcome to Boston! You'll be happy to hear that they just recently added a lot of bike lanes on downtown streets.

jones

-not to mention the new bike share program.

john

This isn't the end of "Bike Hacks" is it?

spencer

Good Luck to you! When you get settled into your new commute, please let us know your impressions on biking in your new city compared to the west side hells kitchen route!

MrMacguffin

Welcome to Beantown! Please feel free to hit me on Twitter once you're here, if you want pointers on our bizzare system of roads, placed to eat, or whatever. Happy to provide pointers to a fellow transplant. :)

___Danno

Good luck in Boston! Hope you keep Bike Hacks going!

Matt

Thanks everyone and John, no a move to Boston does not mean the end of Bike Hacks - Bike Hacks will live on!

Ben

Beautifully written article (and I don't make comments like that very often!)

Leo Horishny

It's always be exciting to learn new routes!
And a positive employment move to boot. Best of luck to you and safe riding.

Lots of new winter hacks, I'm thinkin' ;-)

Ethan

The title of the post gave me a scare! I'd hate to see you end this great blog!
Manhattan was my favorite place in the US (of the parts I've been to, at least), till I got to Boston. I'm sure you'll love it.

I look forward to reading about your adventures there.

Tony

I had a vacation at Boston last week and the it was a lovely city to ride in despite the poor condition of the road and pretty aggressive taxi drivers. Most of the cyclists I encountered are very competent with decent bikes, too.

Drew

1. Good luck learning your way around Boston, man. I've been here for a bit and I still cant navigate from one point in the city to another for the life of me.

2. There are a lot of bike lanes, but sometimes I feel like I'm taking my life in my hands when I bike through the city.

and 3, the bike share program is called Hubway, and it's awesome. They do a great job keeping the bikes "tuned up", and if you rent a bike for less than 30 minutes, it's free!

john

YAY!!! Bike-Hacks lives on!!! Glad to hear it. =)

___Danno

Long live Bike Hacks!

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