1. Portsmouth/Pease Bike/Ped Bridge: SABR's first big milestone came in 2000 when our efforts helped complete this $800,000 Bridge linking downto Pease International Tradeport just off the Portsmouth Traffic Circle.
2. Bike/Walk to Work Day: Third Friday every May since 2002 with 10+ Bike/Ped Commuter Breakfasts around the Seacoast.
3. NH Seacoast Greenway: SABR provided the matching funding that started work in 2007. Now the official NH on-road portion of the East Coast Greenway (ECG) with work towards an off-road route on the railway.
4. Memorial Bridge: The new Memorial Bridge has better bike/ped facilities then neary any roadway in the region: a fully-paved surface, 5-foot shoulders and 6-foot sidewalks.
5. Sarah Long Bridge: SABR is pushing for adequate bike/ped facilities on the Sarah Long Bridge when it is replaced - on a bridge which for the past 60 years has had none.
6. Pease Multi-Use Path: For 8 years SABR worked with the Tenant Association at Pease and the Pease Development Authority to get this project built as originally planned. A $5000 SABR Challenge Grant helped generate over $12000, which was enough to fill the final funding gap on a project to be completed in Summer 2014.
7. Seacoast VeloKids: The Seacoast VeloKids program is a free after-school program that is teaching elementary, middle school, and soon high school kids to ride mountain bikes in the woods.
8. Bicycle Benefits: SABR is spearheading the implementation of the Bicycle Benefits program – a Shop by Bicycle program that provides discounts at local member businesses to cyclists with Bicycle Benefit helmet stickers.
9. Bicycle Friendly Community Program (BFC): SABR is working with Seacoast cities and town, like Portsmouth, which now is actively seeking to become an official Bicycle Friendly Community.
10. Portsmouth Criterium: In 2005 SABR provided the nest egg and financial framework to start this popular event, and our non-profit status has allowed the race to grow and thrive.