Below you can find information about bike friendly shops, inns, restaurants, locations and services in and around Newport. Of course, all of our local bicycle businesses are bike friendly as well!
Want to be a bike friendly business? Email or call us at 401.619.4900 to find out how!
Our 2018 Bike-Friendly Business Award winners are…
The Newport Visitors Center has bike racks ready to accommodate riders as they come in to cool off, or warm up, use the facilities, grab water or a snack, buy tickets for attractions and events, book reservations, find visitor information, or pick up a free bike map. Cyclists who look to bring their bikes to Newport by vehicle can park at the Visitors Center (for a fee) or take bike-friendly RIPTA buses. We’re celebrating the center’s 25th anniversary this year, and are proud that cyclists have always been welcome!
Juan and Alba Campos, owners of Leo’s Market, were awarded the 2018 Bicycle Friendly Business of the Year Award for their unwavering support of bicycle education and outreach, from distribution of night lights and reflectivity to translation of bicycle safety messages to promoting the Newport Wave.Entertainment
Bike Friendly Business of the Year 2013! Bike to the movies: Jane Pickens is centrally located in historic Washington Square and easily reached by bike. Hitch your ride to our recycled bike racks (made from a historic antique gate by Aardvark Antiques) and enjoy the show!
Hyatt Newport encourages our guests to discover beautiful Newport by bike. Guests may bring their own bikes or use one made available through our activities department. Guests may also participate in a guided 10-mile bike tour around Ocean Drive.
Newport Harbor Corporation
366 Thames Street
Newport, Rhode Island 02840
Newport Harbor Corporation is an employee-owned (ESOP) hospitality company located in Newport, Rhode Island, that owns and/or operates Newport Restaurant Group, Castle Hill Inn and the Newport Yachting Center Marina & Special Events.
Preserving the environment and being conscious of environmental impact is extremely important to our company. As we work toward becoming a more sustainable company we strive to minimize the ecological impacts of our products and action. We encourage and support bicycling to all of our restaurants and to the events at The Newport Yachting Center Marina & Special Events.
Visit all our bike-friendly restaurants!
Pour Judgment is the perfect restaurant to get to by bike! Centrally located close to Thames Street on Broadway, it is a nice, leisurely ride from anywhere in Newport! Many of our customers ride their bikes to Pour Judgment year-round, and there are plenty of fixtures available for bike parking right outside our door!.
Park your bike out front!
58 Aquidneck Ave, Middletown
401-619-1388 x 2
Right off the Memorial Drive bike lane, Empire East is the perfect spot to stop for coffee during or after a ride.
Sponsors of our annual Bike to Work Day breakfast, this coffee shop right on historic Washington Square has plenty of space to park your bike.
Park your bike and enjoy your coffee in our spacious front patio.
282 Thames St
Bike parking across the street.
“Sustainable Beauty” is not just skin deep, it is in every choice you make, including how you get to work! Happily we can say that we have employees who ride their bikes to work during the warmer months. We look forward to seeing more bike riders stop in at our Skincare Apothecary on Bellevue. We have the perfect lamppost out front to park!
Located on Lower Thames at beginning of the famed Ocean Drive bike loop, Team One Newport is ideally situated for cyclists to meet up in, stock up on water bottles and set off from for group ride.
JD’s Newport Tees & Sweats
198 Thames Street, Newport, Rhode Island 02840
Huge selection of Newport t-shirts, sweatshirts and caps at great prices. Unlimited bike parking! We love cyclists – just pull right up on our patio and come on in!
Ocean State Fresh
18 Market Square, Newport, RI 02840
Map of where to pick up for pre-ordered deliveries
Our fish is delivered each Friday to the State Pier at the corner of Washington Street and Long Wharf, an easy bike ride from anywhere in Newport!