Ride 4 Jobs Ride Series
Candidate for U.S. Senate Barry Hinckley has set out to host 7 bicycle rides across the state on Saturdays throughout the summer and fall. On those rides, he will be out discussing his platform while visiting the 39 municipalities of the state. Barry will be challenging incumbent U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.
The rides are free and held over the course of seven Saturdays. The first ride has already passed having gotten lost in the shuffle. Route maps are available on the event series website, as well as additional details.
July 9 9AM: Woonsocket (North Smithfield, Smithfield, Lincoln, Pawtucket, Central Falls, Cumberland)August 13: Burrillville (Glocester, Foster, Scituate)
September 10: Warwick (West Warwick, Cranston, Coventry, West Greenwich, East Greenwich)
September 24: Narraganset (North Kingston, Exeter, South Kingston)
October 8: Westerly (Charlestown, Richmond, Hopkinton)
October 22: Newport (Middletown, Portsmouth)
November 5: Bristol (Barrington, Warren, East Providence, Providence, North Providence, Johnston)
This is not an endorsement for a candidate for political office. The Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition does not endorse candidates for public office, though it may comment on bicycling and transportation related platform, promises, and activities of candidates and incumbents.