About Us

EDIT: You can access our current up-to-date site at *www.commonwheels.org*

Commonwheels Bicycle Collective promotes a better bicycling environment through advocacy and programs intended to empower the common rider.

We offer tool access for bicycle repairs and maintenance, multilingual resources, community events, and skillsharing workshops on cycling skills and bike maintenance.

We are managed by a small staff of volunteers and welcome participation from the entire community. We support any and all endeavors to further better bicycling, in Boston and beyond.

To hear about news, updates, and events please contact us at info@commonwheels.org

feel free to contact us for any reason: admin@commonwheels.org

And check us out on Facebook: “Commonwheels Bicycle Co-Op”

3 Responses to About Us

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  2. Sgt. Mike O'Hara

    Galen Mook, We have the District 14 “Child Safety Day” event posted on Massbike and bikesafetyweek sites. We look forward to Commonwheels Bike Co-op and Massbike teaming up to put on a BIG Show for the event. We are expecting about 350 kids, 16-3 years of age. Feel free to add the post to your website. Thanks for all the help.

  3. Keven Suttle


    The Boston Phoenix is putting out its annual “Bike Bible” edition on May 13th. The Bike Bible is the annual bicycle advocacy publication that is released in conjunction with MassBike’s Bay State Bike Week (May 14th-20th). This supplement is by far the most widely read and heavily promoted issue of its kind. We are the only publication in the city that markets to cycling enthusiasts.

    The Bike Bible is the perfect opportunity for your business to reach cycling enthusiasts all over New England. The Phoenix Media Communication Group works very closely with bicycle shops to promote biking as a healthy and fun alternative to other less green modes of transportation.

    While Facebook, Twitter, and word of mouth may be good ways to reach your fans, there is no substitute for The Phoenix’s one million weekly readers. Considering that 80% of our readers are between the ages of 22-44 and 65% have an average household income of over $75,000 per year, this is an unbeatable opportunity for you to promote your business. Market your company in the Bike Bible and you will successfully reach your ideal target audience. I am happy to discuss, negotiate and accommodate, pricing within your budget. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have.

    The Phoenix –Over one million weekly readers in Boston, Providence, and Portland, Maine
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    Best regards,

    Keven Suttle Account Executive

    Boston Phoenix & Stuff Magazine

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