Monthly Archives: November 2013

2013 Bicycle Coalition of Maine Annual Appeal

  Click here to give to the Annual Fund now. At a time when increasing numbers of Mainers and Americans are embracing bicycling for health, transportation, and recreation, your commitment to the Bicycle Coalition of Maine is more important than … Continue reading



  Let your bicycle-loving high school and college friends know that New York City is the place to be from February 14-16, 2014 for the 4th Annual National Youth Bike Summit.  Again this year, the Bicycle Coalition of Maine is … Continue reading


Public Comment: Falmouth Route 1 Plan

Nathan A. Poore, Town Manager Town of Falmouth 271 Falmouth Road Nathan: On behalf of the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, we’d like to thank you for meeting with members of our staff on Thursday, November 7th to discuss Falmouth’s plans … Continue reading


BikeMaine Ride Generates $235,000 for Maine Communities

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brian Allenby Communication Director Bicycle Coalition of Maine 207.252.8688   Inaugural BikeMaine Ride Makes Economic Impact An estimated $235,000 spent in Maine communities Portland, Maine. November 8, 2013 – Maine’s first seven-day mass bicycle … Continue reading


How I almost Doored A Cyclist

This story was submitted by cyclist and Coalition member Pierre Avignon.   Tonight, I was parked across from King Middle School a little after 7pm, waiting to pick up my daughter and her friends from an activity. I come early … Continue reading


Regional Street Plans Visits

The Bicycle Coalition of Maine is working with PACTS and five towns north of Portland to convene a regional bike/ped/trail connectivity planning process, starting in November.  This process, facilitated by bike/ped advocate and planner Mike Lyden of the Street Plans … Continue reading