Monthly Archives: August 2015

Maine Cycling Club Supports Bicycle Safety in Lewiston/Auburn

We’re happy to share this Guest Post from Joe Pelliccia, A Bicycle Coalition of Maine Community Spoke and Board Member of the Maine Cycling Club, based in Auburn.


BikeMaine to tour beaches, towns and mountains in September (KeepMECurrent)

By Adam | 0 comments BikeMaine – the Bicycle Coalition of Maine’s fully supported, weeklong cycling tour through some of the state’s most idyllic locales – returns in mid-September for its third annual go-round. Riders of all skill levels are signing … Continue reading


BikeMaine expected to draw 350 cyclists for weeklong ride (BDN)

This article originally appeared in the Bangor Daily News.   By Aislinn Sarnacki, BDN Staff  Follow on Twitter  Find on Facebook Posted Aug. 26, 2015, at 12:48 p.m. The third annual BikeMaine, a weeklong ride organized by the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, is set for Sept. 12-19, and … Continue reading


Maine Voices: Recent pedestrian deaths remind us roadways are full of vulnerable users (PPH)

This opinion piece originally appeared on ABOUT THE AUTHORS Lauri Boxer-Macomber, attorney at law, and James Tassé, assistant director of the Bicycle Coalition of Maine, are both members of the coalition’s Bicycle Law Enforcement Collaborative. The recent tragic and avoidable deaths … Continue reading


Bicycle Coalition of Maine Watching Latest Pedestrian and Motorist Crashes (Media Advisory)

MEDIA ADVISORY Contact: Brian Allenby Communication Director Bicycle Coalition of Maine 207.623.4511 (office) 207.252.8688 (direct)  Bicycle Coalition of Maine Watching Latest Pedestrian and Motorist Crashes August 5, 2015 – Portland, ME – As the state’s leading group promoting bicycling and walking … Continue reading


Bicycling in Maine (MPBN – Audio)

This article originally appeared on Where are the best places to bike ride in Maine?  Are towns and communities seeing an economic impact from the number of bikers drawn to the state each summer?  We talk pedal power on … Continue reading