Every year we make a trip back East. There is nothing that represents fall better, in my mind, than autumn in Boston. Mums, bittersweet, pumpkins. The Farmer’s Market in Copley Square, crunching leaves under foot through the Boston Common. And now the new intercity Hubway rent-a-bike program are among my favorite things.
Hubway is an innovative new bike rental service with the first half-hour free. You can pickup and drop off at kiosks throughout Boston. It gets you anywhere you need to go above ground.
The latest yarn doodle is a simple rectangle in a seasonal shade of rust with charcoal lettering. It was left at the corner of Commonwealth and Massachusetts, not far from the Harvard Club. It is attached to a stylized bike rack along with a funky art installation – an orange painted mini bicycle that I walked by daily on my way to Newbury Street from our hotel in Kenmore Square.
Hope you have an opportunity to hop onto a bike for a delightful ride about the birthplace of freedom – Boston.
Bye-bye Bike Boston
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