Monthly Archives: April 2014

Saving Bucks with Bikes (USM Free Press)


  This article originally appeared on USMFreePress.org Saving bucks with bikes Posted on April 14, 2014 in Arts & CultureBy nathanbaril From insurance payments to oil changes, cars can be just as limiting as they are liberating. However, there is one method of … Continue reading

 

Governor LePage Recognizes the Maine Safe Routes to School Program


 

Great Maine Bike Swap Comes to Orono (WABI)


  This article originally appeared on WABI.TV Great Maine Bike Swap Comes to Orono  Posted Sunday, April 13th, 2014 at 6:34 pm.By John Krinjak   The University of Maine played host to the annual Great Maine Bike Swap Sunday. “Everyone here … Continue reading

 

Bike Route Mapping Project Underway (Bethel Citizen)


  This article originally appeared in the Bethel Citizen. Bike route mapping project underway April 3, 2014 by admin By Amy Chapman Local communities will see gains in physical fitness, rider safety, recreational opportunities, and economic development through the identification and mapping … Continue reading

 

Great Maine Bike Swap to feature great deals and expert advice (BDN)


This article originally appeared on BangorDailyNews.com Great Maine Bike Swap to feature great deals and expert advice April 1, 2014Field Notes By Aislinn Sarnacki Looking to sell your old bicycle? Or perhaps you’re searching for a new one? The Great Maine Bike … Continue reading

 

Bangor Area Bike and Pedestrian Safety Forum (Fox22 Bangor)


  This article originally appeared on foxbangor.com Bangor Area Bike and Pedestrian Safety Forum  Written by  Karina Bolster  28 March, 2014 BANGOR – It’s almost that time of year when you start to see hundreds of bicycles out on the roadways. With … Continue reading

 

BICYCLE COALITION’S BIKE/PED MAP CAN HELP GET MAINE SAFE RIDING ADVOCATES INVOLVED (Mainetoday.com)


  This article originally appeared on MaineToday.com  Anyone who’s pedaled their way down Congress or Commercial streets knows first-hand that navigating the busy roadways of Portland is a challenging task. But when swerving your cycle around a suddenly open door … Continue reading