COVID-19 UPDATE (10/24/22): The Bicycle Coalition of Maine’s Portland staff are operating on a hybrid remote schedule. We ask that visitors make an appointment via email before stopping by, and please wear masks inside the office. We look forward to seeing you all soon!

DEI Statement

The Bicycle Coalition of Maine is committing to advancing our equity and inclusion efforts. The Coalition is prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in three focus areas: self-education, community engagement/outreach, and event structure for 2022-2023. We welcome community members and visitors of Maine—Wabanaki Territory—from all backgrounds to join the Coalition. Our most outstanding achievement will be that everyone who joins the Coalition or attends our events will feel respected and valued.

Highlights from 2021

274 New Members
2,545 Children Educated about Bike/Ped Safety
117 Educational Events
18 Community Spokes Trained
November30

South Portland Public Workshop: Where do you feel unsafe?

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Coalition News

Public Statement: Connect 2045 plan falls short of transformative action

The Bicycle Coalition of Maine is pleased at the opportunity to make a comment on the Greater Portland Council of…

Pedestrian Killed in Thomaston

(PORTLAND, Maine) Nov 3, 2022 – An 89 year-old man was killed Wednesday night on Route 1 while crossing the…

Bicyclist Killed on Rte 302 in Windham

(PORTLAND, Maine) Nov 1, 2022 – A person riding a bike on Route 302 in Windham was killed on Monday…

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