Bike to Vote 2020

Blue Cross Blue Shield is offering free Adventure Passes on Election Day to provide Metro-Boston voters an easy and socially distant transportation option as they head to the polls. Here’s what you need to know if you’re riding with Bluebikes to the polls on November 3.

Are you registered?

In order to vote, you’ll need to register. The deadline to register to vote is Saturday, October 24 — Boston City Hall will stay open that day until 8 PM for voter registrations, but you can also register on the state’s website. If you’re unsure if you’re registered, check your voter registration status beforehand.

Free Rides on Election Day

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts is offering complimentary Bluebikes rides to sponsoring Bike to Vote with free Adventure Passes all day on November 3, as the largest health plan in Massachusetts looks to remove transportation barriers this election season. To take advantage of this offer, just download the Bluebikes app, tap Adventure Pass, and enjoy 24 hours of access with up to two hours of included ride time at no cost.

Blue Cross is in the third year of a six-year Bluebikes title sponsorship, which launched in May 2018. Through its partnership with the municipal owners of Bluebikes, Blue Cross is supporting continued expansion, including system upgrades, additional bikes, and station expansions to increase access.

Make a Plan

We’ve got your voting information below, no matter where you live in the Bluebikes service area:

*Offer is valid on November 3, 2020 between the hours of 6:00 am-10:00 pm local time for one Adventure Pass for each valid Bluebikes user. An Adventure Pass allows 24 hours of access and unlimited rides up to 2 hours, after 2 hours, usage fees will be incurred. Limited quantity available. Limit one per user. The Adventure Pass is offered in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and cannot be combined with other ride credit or offers. Offer of Adventure Pass is not intended to induce, nor is it conditioned on, the act of voting, or voting for or against any particular person or measure. Subject to our Liability Waiver and Rider Agreement