Author : All posts by Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition

12

Sep

How to Maintain Your Bike Properly

This guest post on bike maintenance is by Patrick Philips. If you would like to write a piece for the RIBike blog, let us know! We’d love to work with you! Learning to care for your bike is something that READ MORE

11

Sep

Introducing Bicyclists of Rhode Island

Guys, this is really exciting. We’re starting a series here on our blog and on social media called Bicyclists of Rhode Island. It’s inspired by the hugely popular Humans of New York series, and aims to highlight the diverse reasons READ MORE

01

Sep

Now is the time: RIBike membership campaign

[UPDATE: Two generous donors have offered to match dollar-for-dollar every membership contribution that comes in between now and September 14th. If you join at the $100 level, the Coalition gets $200! If you join at the $40 level, we get READ MORE

31

Aug

Cycle Tracks – 8-31-15

The Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition sends regular email updates on our work to our members. Join today to get involved! This is the update from August 31st, 2015. This week at RIBike saw the launch of Get Your Bike On! READ MORE

27

Aug

RIBike was approached recently by a writer from a Personal Injury Law website, with an offer to write content for us about what to do in case of a bike crash. Thanks to Deanna Power for submitting the pieces and READ MORE

26

Aug

RIBike was approached recently by a writer from a Personal Injury Law website, with an offer to write content for us about what to do in case of a bike crash. Thanks to Deanna Power for submitting the pieces and READ MORE

26

Aug

Rhode Island Public Radio named a Bronze-Level Bicycle Friendly BusinessSM by the League of American Bicyclists Rhode Island Public Radio, the NPR Member Station for Rhode Island, is the only Bicycle Friendly Business in the Ocean State. Today, the League of READ MORE

25

Aug

RIBike was approached recently by a writer from a Personal Injury Law website, with an offer to write content for us about what to do in case of a bike crash. Thanks to Deanna Power for submitting the pieces and READ MORE

24

Aug

Cycle Tracks 8-24-15

The Rhode Island Bicycle Coalition sends regular email updates on our work to our members. Join today to get involved! This is the update from August 24th, 2015. On Monday RIDOT announced that construction to replace the Pleasant Valley Parkway READ MORE

19

Aug

Last week, the Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission submitted a formal letter to Mayor Elorza with recommendations for bike priorities around the city. We applaud the commission for taking this step, and encourage both they and city staff to READ MORE