Thank you for participating in or supporting the 2nd annual Bike Your Park Day. 1,142 Bike Your Park Day rides with more than 9,000 people throughout the world took place on September 30, 2017. Read the full report.
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Save the date for Bike Your Park Day in 2018 —September 29— and enjoy exploring parks and public lands all year long!
Our ride will cover approximately 5 to 7 miles, about 50/50 on hard pack dirt trails and paved roads. Almost any bicycle in good working condition (good brakes, air in tires) can handle this ride, though some gears will be useful as we take the gentler grade up from the river shoreline back toward town. This will be a casual ride, good for singles, couples, and families with older children comfortable in traffic or in a child seat, trailer, cargo bike, or on a tandem. The pace will be a toodle. There will be local history highlights as we visit not one, not two, but four parks! Pete and Toshi Seeger Memorial Park, Long Dock Park, Denning's Point Park, and Madame Brett Park. All in 5 beautiful, leisurely miles. We'll start at Bank Square Cafe and then head down to the River. The ride will end at the Howland Center, near plenty of cafes and small eateries!
APPLY TODAY! Whether you are new to bicycle travel or looking to build your outdoor leadership skills, @adventurecycling ‘s Young Adult Scholarship program is here to help get you in the saddle and out on the road by providing resources and support adults ages 18 to 30. Find out more on our website: http://ow.ly/8KYj3059sFi Photo @saarasnow #adventurecycling #jumpstartbiketravel (at Adventure Cycling Association)
Bike Your Park tomorrow (Saturday, September 24! You can go anywhere- a national park, state park, forest, recreation area, national monument. It’s your ride. BikeYourParkDay.org
Photo by Roger DiBrito