HMNH World Bicycle Day Celebration
Join the Harvard Museum of Natural History (HMNH) for a World Bicycle Day Celebraton on Sunday, June 6 at 12 pm EDT.
Human-powered transportation helps protect the natural world. It can also contribute to health and wellness by offering a fun way to get moving. Dedicated to cyclists of all ages, this program will inspire you to seek out warm-weather adventures on two wheels and…
- learn more about biking’s many benefits
- enjoy music made with and on bicycles!
- get maintenance and safety tips
- discover nearby bike routes
- find out what’s being done to improve urban biking infrastructure
The event begins at noon so grab some lunch and join them on Zoom.
Celebrating Bicycles through Music
IDEAS, NOT THEORIES is a theatrical percussion company that explores the use of unconventional instruments. In two sessions, Reynaliz Herrera and her company will perform using bicycles as their instruments.
Basic Bicycle Maintenance
Do you know how to change a tire? Fix a chain? Before heading out on your bikes, it is important to know what to do if problems arise.
Bike Safety Tips
Going out for a ride is fun, healthy and a great family activity but you want to be sure you cycle safely. Find out how to prepare for a safe ride and what rules you need to follow when you’re on two wheels.
Massachusetts is working to boost ridership and individual communities are actively working to improve biking infrastructure. Cara Seiderman, transportation program manager for the city of Cambridge, will discuss how municipalities can improve safety and bikeability.
This webinar is free and will be hosted via Zoom. Advance registration is required. Please note that registration closes 30 minutes prior to the event start time.