COVID-19 UPDATE: The Bicycle Coalition of Maine has re-opened our Portland office, but 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!

Slow ME Down

Speeding endangers cyclists, pedestrians, and drivers. Even small increases in speed increase the lethality of a crash with a vulnerable user, and speed affects everything from how fast a car can stop to how quickly a moment of distraction becomes a disaster. Learn more and sign our Slow ME Down letter of support here.

Highlights from 2020

5,182 Children Educated about Bike/Ped Safety
150 New Members
$6,500 Awarded in BikeMaine Community Grants
7 Community Spokes Trained
81 Educational Events
February15

Fat-Tire Bicycles 101 – Part 1

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Coalition News

Federal Bill Includes Funding for Walking and Biking Infrastructure

This past weekend, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the $1.2 trillion bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), which…

Portland Resident Killed by Motorist on Commercial Street

(PORTLAND, Maine) Nov. 8, 2021 – A 68-year-old Portland resident was hit and killed by a driver while walking on…

Orono business owner biking to D.C. to help others access bicycles (via WABI)

ORONO, Maine (WABI) – Many Mainers dream of having a bike, but for some, that dream is just out of…

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