Hub on Wheels

Have you heard of Hub on Wheels and Mayor’s Cup?


On Saturday September 17th, we will be doing our second team ride of the fall. When we arrive back to the city around noon, we will be taking a group down to Government Center where the last major crit of the road cycling season will be happening! It’s a SWEET and SUPER FAST criterium around Boston City Hall and the Gov Center. There will be men, women, and kids, all from category 3/4 to Pros. Awesome event to see what racing is all about!

On the following day, Sunday September 18th, we will be doing our annual trip out to Hub on Wheels! Every year we meet at Marsh Plaza in the wee hours of the morning, and ride together to be marshals for the ride through the Boston area. This is a team fundraising opportunity: the more marshals/volunteers we have, the more $ we raise! FREE FOOD, FREE T-SHIRTS, AND YOU GET TO RIDE ON A CAR-FREE, CLOSED STORROW DRIVE.

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Everyone is welcome!

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Hello all!

Welcome back, to some of you;

welcome to campus, for those who are new students;

and Hello to those who haven’t been on campus in a while but are still a part of the cycling family.


We begin a brand new school year as of today, and man oh man are things picking up quickly. Splash will be this Saturday, September 10th at 1pm, on Nickerson Field. We will be there with some of our key members, showing off some roller skills and tricks, and answering questions. Come say hi! The following day, Sunday September 11th, we will have our first team group ride! It will be a no-drop pace, ~30 miles to Dover, MA. Minimal hills, and a great ride to just get to know everyone.

Also, ending our first day of school, we will be at our first Club Sports Officer meeting night TONIGHT from 6 to 9pm.


Speaking of officers, meet the new key people! These are the people you can rely on to contact and answer any questions you may have. More info will be up under the “team” tab soon! For now, here’s some basic info:


PRESIDENTS- Tanya Boulanova (SAR’17) [], Peter Daniels (CAS’17) []

TREASURER- Allen Zhu (SAR’18) []

SECRETARY- Babatunde Alford (CAS’17) []

MEDIA- Fisher Curran (COM’18) []

ROAD CAPTAIN- Carlo Quicho (ENG’18) []


And for general questions answered by all, please contact us at



It’s been a long wait-

Many months of researching vendors, designing kit, and waiting for the shipment.

BUT THE WAIT IS FINALLY OVER! 2016 Season kits are HERE!

We are so excited to have gotten them right on time, and to see our hard work in person. They definitely have a different look and feel than previous years, so we’re also excited to share with everyone who bought them. We’d love to hear your feedback!

BU students should expect to pick them up ASAP, and those who are receiving their orders by shipment- expect them within the next week as we take time to organize and ship out everything individually with love.

Thank you to all again!

And big thanks to Craft for making our experience go as smoothly and stress-free as we could have imagined!



Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’

Hey team, alumni, and friends-

Hope everyone is enjoying this awesome weather before the winter descends on us (I hear it’s going to be like last year! Brrrr).

New England is the absolute best place to be riding at this time of year, because you get to see all of the great changing colors.

This past weekend was our first 50 mile Concord route, which is one of our favorites. It’s a bit longer, more challenging, with some good climbs.

For all those who don’t have the opportunity to join us on the group ride or don’t want to be stuck behind the ride leader the whole time when there’s so many town lines to sprint for—

Here’s a map and route guide! If you have a Garmin, including the 500, you can download it and put it on there to follow on your ride. If not, you can study some of the major turns and intersections on your own and jot them down on a cue sheet, which can be taped onto your top tube (just like how the pros do it).

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Here is the TCX file download if you would like to add it to your Garmin or GPS!



Now, go out and explore!

Love, BU Cycling

Announcements! 9/10/2015

We will be holding our fall information meeting next Thursday, September 17th, at 8pm! It is being held in Fitrec 222 (second floor of fitrec, follow the hallway to the end).
If you are interested in joining the club, knowing more about riding, or even racing with us in the spring, we will see you there! Everyone is welcome.
We will be talking a bit about dues, racing schedules, sponsorship deals, and kits!
Veterans, we hope to also see you there, as we will be having FIT KITS to try on that night as well! If you are interested in ordering new BU Cycling kits for the spring season, come try these kits on so you know your sizing for the order. (wowza what good scheduling, am i rite?)
Ah yes, the good ol’ 2 hours of “procrastination”, “working out”, or just being silly with friends. Whatever you consider it,..
Spin Practices are resuming, beginning TONIGHT (9/10/15) at 8:30pm! Fitrec L131 (lower level). They will continue every week, each Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30-10:30pm, unless otherwise stated.
We welcome all members, as well as those simply interested in knowing more about the team. We will be playing some of your favorite music and getting to know each other, with the occasional “pain cave” lead by Eric, our spin leader! Come on by to get those legs moving!
– water
– sneakers
– fun facts
Keep an eye out for a couple more very important announcements and events coming soon!
In the meantime, go check out our Twitter, Facebook, and Blog if you’d like to stay up-to-date!
If you have absolutely any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact either myself ( or Peter Daniels (, as well as the other officers.
BU Cycling