BPD in the Community: The City of Boston Celebrates 3rd Annual Bike Ride for Peace in Dorchester

BIKE RIDE FOR PEACE: Today, Sunday, August 12, 2018, the men and women of the Boston Police Department, along with members of the community took to the streets for the 3rd Annual Bike Ride for Peace, which started at 1:00pm, and began and ended at the Franklin Park Zoo's front entrance. 50 free helmets were given to the first 50 kids who showed up for the ride. Riders of all ages were encouraged to attend. As the name suggests, the Bike Ride for Peace is all about promoting peace, unity and togetherness in our community. Together we make our city safer and the Ride for Peace gives us a chance to send that message while coming together for a really good cause. As for the ride itself, the the group traveled approximately 6.8 miles and traveled along the planned route listed below:   

Began at Franklin Park Zoo, Blue Hill Ave to Morton Street, Left on Norfolk Street, Right on Talbot Ave, Left on Washington Street, Right on Harvard Street, Left on Geneva Ave, Geneva Ave to Blue Hill Ave, Right on Blue Hill Ave to Warren Street, Warren St to MLK Boulevard, Left on Humboldt Ave to Seaver Street, Left on Seaver Street to Blue Hill Ave, and finished at Franklin Park Zoo.

Thanks to all those who came out. Can't wait until next year!