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CyclingSavvy Course

 
   Are you a Savvy Cyclist? Are you confident and comfortable riding your bike in traffic? Do you feel safe around vehicles? Are drivers comfortable around you on the road?
 
   Join SABR Tuesday, May 13th from 5:45 - 8:45 pm at PixelMedia on Pease in Portsmouth. The "Truth & Techniques Large Group Presentation" delves into cyclists' responsibilities and ability to coexist with vehicular traffic. More information at our page about CyclingSavvy.
 
   For more information contact info@seacoastbikes.org or register for the presentation in the top right corner of this webpage.
 

Bike/Walk to Work Day - May 16, 2014

It is Bike to Work Week! – try leaving your car at home and start having more fun getting to work!

The Seacoast’s 12th Annual Bike/Walk to Work Day is Friday May 16th. Ride your bike or walk to work, and stop in at one of ten free Commuter Breakfasts around the region. Enjoy a delicious free continental breakfast and sign-in to enter a raffle of great prizes donated by local businesses!

Breakfast locations include Dover, Durham/UNH, Exeter, Lee, Newmarket, North Hampton, Pease TradePort, Portsmouth Downtown, Rye, Stratham, and Kittery, Maine. Participate in the Tour de Breakfast and stop at all of them!

Join Us for Breakfast!

The week of May 12th-16th will also see the Commute Green NH Challenge and the Seacoast Corporate Commute Challenge. Sign up your workplace, and rally your co-workers to bike or walk for one day or five. Four size categories for small (1-15 employees), medium sized (16-199 employees), large (200-999 employees), and extra-huge (1000+ employee) workplaces.

Keep an eye out for more info in the coming weeks about free online registration for both the breakfasts and the commuter challenges.

Seacoast BWWD Home

Notes of Interest

New Castle Island Loop*

*The Sagamore Bridge is a critical link between Portsmouth and the coastal communities of Rye and New Castle Island. The Sagamore Bridge is currently in the process of an 18-month replacement and won't be completed until 2015.