April 13, 2011: Remarks to the Newport City Council on the passage of Two Bicycle-Related Resolutions Bari George speaking on behalf of the Bike To Work Day Newport Committee which includes Anne Everson, Brian Rurak, Chris Witt, Christina Erwin, Deanna Casey, Jennifer Bailey, Kathryn Farrington, Keith Dunne, Richard Durishin, Rob Purdy, Steve Heath and Tina Dolen.… read more
This evening, Newport City Council passed two resolutions related to bicycling in Newport: 1) declaring May 20, 2011, Bike to Work Day in Newport, and 2) calling for a Community Forum to gather resident’s perspectives and ideas, and to share information about the rules of the road for both motorists and bicyclists.
by Bari George, Editor, firstname.lastname@example.org Get ready for the first-ever BIKE TO WORK DAY in Newport! Bike to Work Day is May 20, 2011 Please sign up for BikeNewport.me on this page (to the right of this post) to receive updates. Registration forms will be posted very soon. In the meantime, please send your comments/questions to… read more
by Steve Heath, Educator/Catalyst, East Bay Met School email@example.com (Introducing Bike Newport Youth Enterprise as a 2011 Change Accelerator Venture to Social Venture Partners RI on March 3, 2011, at the Seamen’s Church Institute in Newport) What exactly is BikeNewport? It is the fermentation of thoughts from many people, and many of us haven’t even… read more
Terry Moy Jr. loved bicycles. He believed that riding bicycles was a cure for everything. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Bike Newport in his memory. Rest in peace, Terry. Ride on. Donate in memory of Terry Moy, Jr. Terry Moy Jr. was an avid bike… read more