Copley Square, 560 Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116
Saturday, November 4, 2017 from 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Are you ready to ride your bicycle to the best ramen shops in Boston? Welcome to Boston Cyclists Union’s Ramen Ride 2017! Just because it’s a little chillier doesn’t mean we stop riding and eating amazing local food! What better way to stay warm than with ramen?
Riders will visit three of the most awesome ramen shops in town. Don’t worry, you won’t be expected to eat 3 full-sized bowls. They’ll serve you their most-favorited ramen in a smaller portion so you can have space in your belly to savour all 3!
Participating locally-owned ramen purveyors:
- Ganko Ittetsu (Coolidge Corner, Brookline)
- Pagu (Central Square, Cambridge)
- Shabu & Mein (Kendall square, Cambridge)
Go to Copley Square to get your “ramen tickets” from the Boston Cyclists Union. Then self-divide (meaning, you still get to ride with your buddies) into groups of 10-15 people to keep the lines short. You can ride to all the ramen shops on your own or follow a volunteer ride leader.
Riding to all 3 ramen shops is 8-10 miles depending on which route you take. The routes will include raised cycle tracks and (protected) bike lanes as much as Boston-ly possible.
After the ride, gather at Flat Top Johnny’s (Cambridge) to vote on the best ramen in town. And this is where you get your commemorative Boston Ramen Ride 2017 chopsticks!
Boston Cyclists Union love bikes, good food, friends & Boston. This ride is all about supporting a local economy that in turn supports better transportation options. Slurp your ramen, ride your bike, help make the Boston area better for biking and for local businesses!
All of the proceeds will be donated to Boston Cyclists Union, who are working tirelessly to make sure Boston has the bicycling infrastructure to ride our bikes year round!