Be part of Moving Planet Day – avoid your car and keep moving! Join Bike Newportand ride Dawn to Dusk. Ocean Drive loop rides starting from Touro Park at 7am, 1pm and 4pm. Moving Planet / Bike Newport shirts available at Immediat-Tee on Memorial, just uphill from the Red Parrot.
Bike Newport, spearheaded by a representative group of Newport city stakeholders has made a great deal of progress since our May 20 inaugural Bike to Work Day – with a significant focus on bicycle education. We are working with the city, police, schools, businesses, NCCVB, community organizations and residents to reach more cyclists and to… read more
A LOT of activity since our last post: * 14 business-sponsored bike racks confirmed! and in production. Designs by the Steel Yard of Providence and Aardvark Antiques of Newport are underway. Stay tuned for the next wave where we’ll invite more Newport-specific bike rack ideas from Newport industrial artists. * 28 bicycle signs on their… read more
St. Michael’s Country Day School in Newport turned Bike to Work Day into a Bike to School Day opportunity – How cool is that?! Bronwyn McDermott, Chair of the St. Michael’s Wellness Committee, shared this report and photos:
Reminder: Remember to register HERE. SEE YOU ALL ON FRIDAY! Note: For BRIDGE and LONG-DISTANCE commuters: Don’t miss out! – you can leave your car at the Newport Grand Slots (map) parking lot (back right (SW) corner) and bike into town. Greeters will meet you in the morning with a local map. Bike to Work… read more
Coming soon! Finally! The inaugural Bike to Work Day for Newport is Friday, May 20, 2011, and – thanks to an incredible coalition of local orgs and agencies – it’s shaping up to be an exciting day. From the first arrival of cycling commuters to the end-of-day Community Bike Fair, it’s going to be a… read more
by Bari George, Editor, email@example.com 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 firstname.lastname@example.org (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