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The post below first appeared on the Bike Newport blog. Continue reading:  Get Ready for the Second Annual Farm to Farm Ride!



Grand Prize winner Hootie Fogg and Tom Kearns, Ten Speed Spokes owner and Grand Prize donor. HUGE thanks to Tom for the beautiful Specialized Crossroads.

WOW was that a great party! 

Rack ‘em Up was a huge success – more than 200 bike lovers celebrated to the tunes of Pier Jump and Los Duderinos with the help of Common Fence Music in the fabulous venue of our uber host-with-the-most Midtown Oyster Bar. Awards were won, songs were sung, oysters were devoured, videos played and racing hearts pumped (for real!). We welcomed many new Bike Newport members, sold a slew of rad merchandise, and had a blast on RI Bike’s VeloSprints! In addition to all the fun we had, we raised about $4,500 – an amazing start to our campaign to purchase portable parking for 1,000 bikes.

Wow, what a time. We thank everyone for coming out to eat, dance, drink, and bid in support of BIKE RACKS. We love our cycling community! 

Check out some photos from the event, by Tyson Bottenus:

THANKS! to all our wonderful volunteers who made the night a success: Allison McNally, Laura Murphy, Deanna Casey, Lori Bates, Pat Clayton, Alec Boyle, Matt Newton, Amanda Ward, Tyson Bottenus, Tim Leary, Sarah Leary, Matt Moritz, and Betty Bourret.

And THANKS! to all the local businesses, organizations and individuals who donated to our  raffles and silent auction.  Be sure to frequent our donors’ businesses and show the Bike Love!

A4 Architecture
A Market
Alexander Nesbitt Photography
Angela Moore Jewelry
Angel Hair & Nails
Architectural Forum
Tara Brennan
Brick Alley Pub
Cabbage Rose
Common Fence Music
Constellation Brands
Robert Davidson
DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum 
Firehouse Theater
Green Valley Country Club
Greenvale Vineyards
Hotel Viking
Humble Pie Company
Jane Pickens Theater & Event Center
Julie Basil Pierce Massage Therapy
Meg Heriot Photography
Midtown Oyster Bar
Laura Murphy
Narragansett Brewing Company
Newport Art Museum
Newport Bicycle
The Newport Experience
Newport Folk Festival
Newport Pedicab
Newport Yachting Center & Marina
Norman Bird Sanctuary
Patagonia on Thames
Pedal Power
Pleasant Surprise
Preservation Society of Newport County
Pulse Newport
Peter Razza
Renaissance Fitness
Sail Newport
Sailors for the Sea
Salvation Cafe
Sea Angel Salon
Secret Garden Tours
Annie Sherman
Sustainable Aquidneck
Ten Speed Spokes
Touro Synagogue
Tennis Hall of Fame
Twin Oaks Restaurant
Wag Nation

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This just in! Everyone who registers for the Fathers Day Ride – or makes a donation of $50 or more – by midnight, Friday, June 7, will be entered to win TWELVE TICKETS to Common Fence Music’s upcoming season: “Six Shows for Two” – selected from shows listed on the 21st season membership show list – value over $250. You and a date get to see six great shows! Season schedule to be published in August.

One chance for every registration and one chance for every $50. So, if you register 5 people, you get 5 chances to win. If you donate $100, 2 chances to win, and so on.  HUGE THANKS! to Tom Perrotti and our friends at Common Fence Music for your support of local cycling!

REGISTER or DONATE to the FATHERS DAY RIDE. All funds raised support educational outreach by Bike Newport and improved sharing of the road.

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Thanks to all who came out for last night’s Bike Newport Night!  Together we raised over $3000 for “Night Bright”: our inventory of night safety equipment for our bicycle-dependent workers. Many Bike Newport supporters left with arms and pockets heavier with raffle and silent auction prizes – including Grand Prize Winner Jen Sannes and her beautiful Cannondale courtesy of Newport Bicycle! (pictured here – Jen with her Cannondale and Braden of Newport Bicycle)

We all know it takes a village to pull off any event – and no less for Bike Newport Night!  Please take a moment to read our list of friends and partners, and enjoy knowing that we are all in this effort together.

The Team at SpeakEasy:  Kevin, Michelle, Mike, Josh, Krista

The fab four of Anthony Road:  Tom Perrotti, Mike Fischman, Ed McGuirl and Greg Ferreira, along with guest  Jim McGrath.

Sponsor of Night Bright, Newport Fed; and sponsor of our pedal-powered generators, People’s Credit Union

Bike Newport Board of Directors: Deanna Casey, Tina Dolen, Christina Erwin. Steve Heath, Brian Hennessey, Allison McNally, Laura Murphy

Bike Newport Night Volunteers:  Lori Bates, Pat Clayton, Chuck Flippo, Paul Hoffman, Sam Jernigan, Sarah Leary, Tim Leary, Fr. Tom O’Neill, Peter Rice,

Bike Newport Staff:  Mark Chesterton, Casey Farley, Bari George, Mike Montas

And the generous and always bike-friendly businesses of our fair city:  Ace Hardware, Aquidneck Honey, Asian Caravan, Bellevue Wines & Spirits, Bike Stop Café, Brick Alley Pub, Brooks Brothers, Cadeaux du Monde, Carroll Michael & Company, Chuck Flippo, Coastal Storm Brewery, Common Fence Music, Cookie Jar, Diego’s Restaurant, Duris Studios, Empire Tea & Coffee, Firehouse Theater, Farmaesthetics, Gray Matter Marketing, Green Envy, Holy Smokes, Hungry Monkey , Island Pursuit, Jane Pickens Theater, Kristen Correia, Life is Good, Mark Simmons, Michael Hayes, The Mooring, Newport Bicycle, Newport Fed, Newport Festivals Foundation, Newport Historical Society, Newport Power Yoga, Newport Wine Cellar, Old Colony & Newport Railway, Pedal Power, People’s Credit Union, Pete Rice, Pleasant Surprise, Potter & Co., Portsmouth Yacht Rigging, Preservation Society of Newport County, Pulse Fitness, RI Massage, Salvation Cafe, Stop & Shop, Team One Newport, Ten Speed Spokes, Thames Glass, Tim Leary, Touro Synagogue, Vickers Liquors, Wag Nation, Wharf Deli, Wharf Pub

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