Quincycles is a group of Quincy residents advocating for bicycle infrastructure on our city streets and promoting responsible bicycling as a means of transportation, recreation, and exercise in Quincy. We are resident led and organized and encourage participation from all types of bicyclists:  commuter, recreational, year-round, seasonal, in all types of weather, only on warm sunny days, long distance, short distance, every once-in-awhile, to every single day cyclists.   We work closely with the City of Quincy Mayor’s Bicycle Commission established in May 2013 to identify issues of concern and safety for Quincy bicyclists.

Quincycles believes that bicycling should be comfortable, safe, and accessible to all regardless of gender, gender identity, race, class, national origin, age, physical ability or any other perceived difference. We believe our many perspectives and experiences unite and strengthen us as a vibrant, trusting, and respectful community. We strive to listen to and learn from all voices, in order to represent and promote an inclusive cycling environment.

Read our By-Laws.

Annual membership dues are $25 with all proceeds going towards supporting bicycling in Quincy.  Subscribe with optional auto-renew via Paypal

Or send a check payable to “Quincycles” to our treasurer.  Please include your email address when paying by check.

Jeanne Ragusa, Treasurer
58 Stoughton Street
Quincy, MA 02169


Free Bike Repair day!

Get ready to ride this summer! Quincycles is hosting a free bike repair pop-up shop at Snug Harbor Elementary School!

Where:   Snug Harbor Elementary School, 333 Palmer St, Quincy
When:   Saturday June 8, 2024 from 1pm to 4pm

Register your spot for the event here!

Read about the event here:
Details here!

Meeting Schedule Unless otherwise announced, monthly Quincycles meetings are held the third Thursday of each month. Meetings begin at 7:30pm following the conclusion of the Mayor’s Bicycle Commission which meets at 6:30pm.  Please check the calendar listing for location or virtual connection details.

For additional information, please check back or email us at Quincycles@gmail.com

In January 2015 our City Council approved Quincy’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Network Plan. See that plan for yourself here.

In June 2018 the Mayor signed Quincy’s Complete Streets Policy.

Examples of Our Work