No Pants Boston 2015 Instructions

This Sunday: The Ride. The Walk. The Party. Not the pants.

All the details are in the video- date, time, location, what to bring, and how the ride works. Don't worry if it seems complicated at first- your Route Card will tell you everything you need to do and in what order e.g. "Get on Blue Line Outbound" and then "Rob a bank".

Tell us you're coming & invite friends

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No Pants Subway Ride Boston 2015

Sunday the 11th heralds the return of not wearing pants. In public. In winter. For no reason.

ALL DETAILS for participating in Boston's 8th annual No Pants Subway Ride (including meetup location) will be available the Friday before the event and announced over email. Subscribe for updates if you're not on our list.

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:


1st Class Subway & Black Tie Beach 8/17

Black Tie Beach 2012

It's our annual summer twoffer! Convert a car on the subway into a first class experience, then play and relax at the beach dressed to the nines. It's ok if the outfits aren't in good condition or don't fit great- just no gag outfits/costumes.

Meet at Cardinal Cushing Park at noon and look for any people holding a black umbrella. Bring whatever you would normally bring to the beach, such as a towel, a change of clothes, a book, a frisbee, sandcastle stuff... and a bag to hide all that in.

We will provide a number of props for the first class subway portion, but if you have white gloves or white rags, please bring those as well. If you can play a string or woodwind instrument, please get in touch by replying to this email.

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Black Tie Beach is the brainchild of Improv Everywhere. Check out their official announcement.

Photos of First Class Subway

Photos from last year's Black Tie Beach


Midnight Marathon 2014 FAQ

Buy your tickets now:

1. Bike Transportation
2. After-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 the night before Marathon Monday. The roads are not closed off but open to vehicle traffic (and bicycles are vehicles!) - The ride is not a race nor is it a paid event; it is however a pretty unique community 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; that said, due to the community nature of the ride, it is usually very easy to get help.

Read more: Midnight Marathon 2014 FAQ


Open Letter from Midnight Marathon Originator

Dear Midnight Marathon Riders,

Now is a good time to fill you in on what's going on with the Midnight Marathon bike ride this year (it's still happening, but after months of questions and back and forth). But first, a few words about last year, the most successful Midnight Marathon bike ride to date...

Read more: Open Letter from Midnight Marathon Originator


No Train For 6th Annual Midnight Bike Ride

Six years ago a Boston student unwittingly started one of the region’s most popular traditions amongst cyclists. With no leader, no registration, and no fees, Greg Hum instigated the annual Boston Midnight Marathon Bike Ride. This year the tradition hits a snag as the Boston Athletic Association and Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency ask riders not to participate, calling it "a public safety issue."

Read more: No Train For 6th Annual Midnight Bike Ride


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