As pandemic restrictions continue to ease and life returns to normal, the Bicycle Coalition of Maine has re-opened our office to employees and visitors! However, we cannot guarantee someone will always be at the office to greet you, so if you’d like to meet with a BCM staff member, please make an appointment via email ahead of time. 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
July28

Women’s Ride Series #3

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Coalition News

Local Groups Aim to Improve Safety of Busy Portland Intersection

(PORTLAND, Maine) July 14, 2021 – One of the most hazardous spots in Portland’s Woodfords Corner—the intersection of Deering Avenue…

Three Organizations Team to Launch Bangor Earn-A-Bike Program, Fundraiser

(ORONO, Maine) July 7, 2021 – The Bicycle Coalition of Maine, Orono Brewing Company, and the Maine Discovery Museum are…

“Maine Woods Rambler” Gravel Ride Registration Opens

(PORTLAND, Maine) June 23, 2021 – Registration for the Maine Woods Rambler—a gravel ride scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 26 in…

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