Bicycle racks are provided for the convenience of customers and visitors of 200 Clarendon Street. They are located on Trinity Place and, also, by the main entrance to the 100 Clarendon Street Garage. Please note that 200 Clarendon Street Management and 100 Clarendon Street Garage Management is not responsible for theft or damage of bicycles or other personal property left at these bicycle racks. Storage of bicycles in any common area lobby, service area, stairwell, or corridor is prohibited. Bicycles, skateboards, and gas powered scooters are strictly prohibited from being brought into 200 Clarendon Street.
For information, tips, and rules for biking in Boston, please go to:
Both groups can provide information for all levels of biker, whether you have several years of experience or are just taking your first ride.
If you bike to work even occasionally, you can sign up for the “Workout to Work” program to track your miles and enter to win prizes. Please go to:
Hubway is Metro Boston Bicycle Share program with over 100 stations and more than 1,000 bikes available for both short-term (daily) and extended (seasonal) rent in Boston, Cambridge, Brookline and Somerville. Currently, there are two Hubway stations in close proximity to 200 Clarendon Street – one is located in front of the Boston Public Library at 700 Boylston Street, and the other one – on Dartmouth Street by the Back Bay Station. Hubway provides an accessible and green transit option. Rent a bicycle near home or the office and pedal your way to the next lunch meeting, errand, or shopping trip!
To identify locations and learn more, please visit the Hubway website: http://thehubway.com/.