Summertime is now giving Boston a big, warm hug—and we should return the gesture by setting out to explore the city by foot or by bike. The timing for a two-wheeled foray into the Hub could not be any better, as all signs point to a genuine cycling revolution with deep roots right here and the potential to spread around the world.
We’re especially excited about Superpedestrian (see our cover story), a company born in the MIT geek-hatchery and poised to change forever the way we negotiate our way around any city. If you get a chance, try their Copenhagen Wheel for yourself and perhaps you’ll joins us in believing that the e-bike community has a bold new leader.
As you’re peddling or ambling around Boston don’t forget to check out our alternative foodie tour—a Feed ‘Em Trail, if you like—which will guide you not only to classic eateries but also to incredible places off the beaten track that sometimes get overlooked. Local dining expert Mat Schaffer has written the perfect insider’s food feature, so don’t forget to take this issue with you when you head out for a bite or two.
Of course, there’s loads more to discover in June’s Where Boston, from a neighborhood (Lower Mills) that’s best accessed by vintage trolley, to a handy roundup of excellent local craft beers and an extended guide to that weekend explorer’s delight, Martha’s Vineyard.
So get on your bike and be safe—June is a great time to be in and around Boston.
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