No Pants Boston 2017 Instructions

An annual tradition with a new twist. What to bring (at the 60 second mark) and where to bring it (2:50 mark):

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Share stories, food, and drink at Flat Top Johnny's starting around 3:30pm (under 21 admitted):

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The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual global event started by Improv Everywhere in New York in 2002. Learn about the history of the event here:

New Midnight Marathon Website


We just made a super pretty standalone website for the Midnight Marathon event.
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Boston 2016 No Pants Subway Ride & Sans-Pants Afterparty

Details for participating in Boston's 9th annual No Pants Subway Ride, Walk, & Party are in the following video as well as on the Facebook event page.

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The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual global event started by Improv Everywhere in New York in 2002.


What You Need To Know About The 2015 Midnight Marathon

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1. Bike Transportation For Train Riders
2. Post-Ride Pancake Breakfast

What is the Midnight Marathon Bike Ride?

The ride is an annual Boston tradition where over 1,000 people bike the same route as the Boston Marathon in the early dark hours of Marathon Monday. During this time the roads are still open to vehicular traffic… and bicycles are vehicles! The ride is not a race nor is it a paid event; it is however a unique shared experience, a fun way to meet people, and a decent workout.

Due to the organic and non-commercial nature of the ride, there is no official support crew during the actual bike ride, which means you are responsible for your own safety throughout the ride; with that said, due to the pro-community nature of the ride, it is usually very easy to get help.

What are the absolute essentials to know?

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Dear Midnight Marathon Riders,

Dear Midnight Marathon Riders,

About a year ago I published an open letter to you about how the MBTA wasn't returning our e-mails, how I was asked by the Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A) to cancel the 2014 ride, and how it was called an "accident waiting to happen" by the Massachusetts Emergency Management Association (MEMA).

But I also wrote about how there was overwhelming community support for the ride to continue.

Read more: Dear Midnight Marathon Riders,


2015 Boston No Pants Subway Ride, Walk, & Party

Kudos to the hundreds of brave Bostonians who soldiered pantless through windy, sub-freezing temperatures last Sunday. This video is for them.

January the 11th marked the 8th anniversary of the No Pants tradition in Boston, which has grown to include walks through famous landmarks and a no-pants no-cover afterparty. This year we returned to the fantastic sports bar,McGreevy's, where pantless staff served drinks and hot food to hundreds of pantless partiers.

Photos of their daring actions can be found in coverage by Boston Magazine, BDCwire, and Of course you'll also find tons of photos on the Facebook Event Page and in our official photo album.

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