Slow ME Down
Speeding endangers cyclists, pedestrians, and drivers. The Bicycle Coalition of Maine has launched a statewide anti-speeding campaign intended to help change people’s attitudes about speeding in cars.
As the situation with coronavirus (COVID-19) evolves, the Bicycle Coalition of Maine office remains closed to employees and visitors. We apologize for the inconvenience but wish to prioritize the health and safety of our community. Please do not hesitate to reach out to staff by email. We appreciate your support and understanding at this time.
For recommendations about how to bike safely during a pandemic, watch this video created by the BCM in collaboration with FRAME Strategies.
Read the BCM’s recommended practices for safe riding during COVID-19 here.
We’ve launched a Summer Super Raffle!
The BCM has been energized by the increased number of people walking and rolling on Maine’s roads this year. We’ve planned the Summer Super Raffle to maintain that enthusiasm throughout the summer. Raffle tickets are $20 each and there are ONLY 300 for sale.
Highlights from Last Year
BCM Course: Mechanics 101
Residents are enjoying parts of the state they’d normally never go to in July or August… “Cyclists are also looking…
Bicycle stores across Maine are struggling to keep up with demand for bikes and repairs as the era of social distancing has…
Slowing or changing direction without looking doesn’t make sense, whether a pedestrian is on a Maine trail or a busy…