We make high quality recreation and bicycle maps of Massachusetts and
the New England region.
Our regional maps also contain mountain biking features and
guides to bed & breakfast inns that welcome cyclists.
We also publish
Car-Free in Boston and
Bicycling Street Smarts.
See below for titles and purchasing options.
Books published by Rubel BikeMaps
- Car-Free® in Boston:
The area’s ultimate transit guide since 1977,
by the Association for Public Transportation —
the classic guide book for locals and visitors to hundreds of places to
visit and how to get there. Thoroughly covers Eastern Massachusetts with
additional coverage of New England and beyond.
- Bicycling Street Smarts: Riding
Confidently, Legally and Safely, by John Allen —
Increase your safety and confidence on any road.
Regional Bicycle Maps & Recreation Maps
by Rubel BikeMaps
- Western Massachusetts Bicycle Map —
NY state border eastward to include Quabbin.
- Central Massachusetts Bicycle Map —
Quabbin Reservoir to I-495.
- Eastern Massachusetts Bicycle Map —
All MA east of I-495 except Cape Cod.
- Cape Cod & North Shore Bicycle Map —
Cape Cod, Islands, Cape Ann, North Shore.
- Massachusetts Bicycle Map Set —
Includes above 4 maps (great gift!).
- Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket Island Recreation Map —
Both islands plus town details.
Urban Bicycle Maps by Rubel BikeMaps
- Boston’s Bikemap —
Greater Boston detail map
by Rosemary Jason (eastern Mass.)
- Beyond the Minuteman Bikeway, Bedford 1-5 —
five rides, 19-58 miles, start in Bedford, MA
(aka West of Boston 1-5).
- Beyond the Minuteman Bikeway, Bedford 6-10 —
five rides, 12-35 miles, start in Bedford, MA
(aka West of Boston 6-10).
- Beyond the Minuteman Bikeway, Arlington —
five rides, 16-70 miles, start in Arlington, MA
(aka Northwest of Boston).
- North Shore Massachusetts —
five rides, 24-46 miles, start at various North Shore commuter
rail stations. (The Bikes on the T program
makes it easy to take your bike on the train.)
- Starting at the B.U. Bridge —
five rides, 9-50 miles SW of Boston, start at B.U. Bridge in Boston.
- South Shore Massachusetts —
five rides, 22-83 miles, start at various South Shore commuter
rail stations or ferry landings. (The Bikes on
the T program makes it easy to take your bike on the train.)
- Swimming Hole Rides —
five rides, 12-27 miles. Four rides start at commuter rail stations west or
north of Boston (see Bikes on the T); one starts
at Bedford end of Minuteman Bikeway.
- Farm Tours —
five rides, 17-39 miles. Four rides start at commuter rail stations west of
Boston (see Bikes on the T); one starts at
Bedford end of Minuteman Bikeway.
- Beach Rides —
five rides, 16-37 miles. Start and end at commuter rail stations
north or south of Boston (see Bikes on the T).
- Lighthouse Rides —
five rides, 18-48 miles. Four rides start at commuter rail stations north
or south of Boston (see Bikes on the T); one