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Between October 2012 and November 2013, over 1.5 million people took a trip on a Hubway bike. Join them today!

More than 33,500 rides were taken from the Hubway station outside the MIT library. That’s almost 100 per day!

Hubway riders burned 108,489,602 calories in 2015. That’s almost 31,000 pounds!

Biking on Hubway is good for you, and the environment. In 2015, Hubway riders were responsible for a CO2 offset of more than 1.7 million pounds!

Annual Hubway membership has grown by more than four times. Help contribute to the increase in ridership!

There are over 160 Hubway terminals and 1600 bikes to ride around 3 cities in the Greater Boston area -- so many great places to go!

A study by the National Institutes of Health, showed that people who engaged in leisure-time physical activity increased the life expectancy by an average of 4.5 years.

There are 3 Hubway terminals sponsored by MIT around campus, plus another 3 near the Kendall Square T stop.

A monthly T pass costs $75 -- that’s $900 a year! A yearly Hubway costs $80 -- or $25 for MIT students!

You’re joining the 969 people who rode to one of the 4 Hubway stops on Boston Commons

If you rode to and from Boston Commons every weekday on Hubway, you’d be biking 1.7 miles per trip, 3.4 miles per day, and 17 miles a week. (850 miles a year!)

Biking 1 mile at a comfortable pace of 10-12 miles/hour burns about 38 calories. That’s 130 calories on this commute.

The average person could burn 9 pounds a year if they biked to and from Boston Commons every weekday!

According to Google Maps, to get from 77 Mass Ave to Boston Commons, you’d need to take the Number 1 bus to Hynes Convention Center, wait for the Green Line, and take it to Arlington, for a total of a 16 minute commute, with no waiting time between transfers. How quickly can you do it?


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