It depends on you, and the Winter.
I live in NE Pennsylvania in the Pocono Mountains which is pretty much the same climate as much of Mass, this year I was able to ride all winter, though there were some stretches of a week or two when I didn't ride or didn't ride much because of the weather. Other years there is just too much snow on the roads to even consider it at times. So you CAN usually ride all year, but not every day.
It's all about setting safe limits, here are some of mine;
Cold and dry is ok, with proper clothing and electric gloves I found I am comfortable on the highway down to around 25 degrees, but I won't ride far if it's wet and around freezing, motorcycles don't do well on ice or snow and I'd hate to hit black ice on the interstate at 4am going over a mountain on the way to work!
Warm and wet is OK, I ride in the rain to work (not for fun usually, because it takes some of the joy away) but I don't like riding in the rain in the dark because it's hard to see, so I don't usually leave for work on the bike if it's raining but I don't worry much if it's going to be raining on the way home.
Other folks don't ride below 40 or 50 degrees, or if it's cloudy, or rainy, or if it's hot, it's all personal choice.
Thanks and im in Massachusetts , think the conditions in this part of the U.S suits all year riding?