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WHAT'S NEW

  • It’s Good to be Here – Sunday, May 22nd, 3pm

    It’s Good to be Here – Sunday, May 22nd, 3pm

    Carol is kindly donating a portion of every ticket sale to the Harbor to the Bay General Fund. Dubbed “Boston’s First Lady of Cabaret”, Carol O’Shaughnessy has earned the city’s Cabaret Entertainer of the Year” for appearances at New York City’s Town Hall, and locally at Club Cafe, Jordan Hall, The Regattabar and Scullers’. Carol […]
  • Registration is OPEN –Join us for the Kickoff!

    Registration is OPEN –Join us for the Kickoff!

    Join us for Ride Fourteen on Saturday, September 17 and bring your +1! Time to take your bike in for a tune up and to start planning your training rides – registration is now OPEN for Harbor to the Bay Ride 14! Register before May 12th for a chance to win a roundtrip JetBlue voucher. […]
  • You have Heard of Safe Sex? Well, Safe Cycling is just as Important.

    You have Heard of Safe Sex? Well, Safe Cycling is just as Important.

    With the kickoff of training season it is time to remind everyone about safe cycling. Safety is a paramount value on Harbor to the Bay. Your behavior will affect not only your safety, but the safety of those around you and the perceptions of the communities we ride through. We want each and every one […]
  • Sing Out! a tribute to Rent

    Sing Out! a tribute to Rent

    Saturday, April 30th at 6 pm | Tickets $15 Rent debuted at the Nederlander Theater on Broadway on April 29th, 1996; 20 years later we celebrate this epic musical that transformed the musical theater genre. Join us as we pay tribute to the music of Jonathan Larson and the story of his friends. Featuring some […]
  • Michael Healy

    Michael Healy

    It is great sadness that I have to let you know of the passing of Michael Healy, our founder, beloved board member, and avid cyclist. We feel so very fortunate to have had him with us since the very beginning, and there is NO WAY Harbor to the Bay would be where we are today […]