Start Memorial Day - and Fathers Day -  with a BIKE RIDE! 
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Start a new tradition this year:
8am to 12 noon, Sunday, June 16
Rides for the whole family!
  • 6, 10 and 25 mile bike courses.
  • Pedicab rides available for the 6-mile route.
  • or choose the 2-mile walk around Fort Adams
  • a fabulous Kid Zone inside of Fort Adams will include a protected ride for youngsters and a Safety Town to learn and practice bike skills.
Here’s a way to practice and support safe cycling and to pay tribute to Elliot Kaminitz, a gentleman who dreamed of a bicycle-friendly Newport.
Register at and help SPREAD THE WORD. Funds raised support Bike Newport's education and advocacy programs.

Have you been hankering to give the Group Ride a try – how about tomorrow - Memorial Day Monday morning? Join us for a ride around Ocean Drive and then to Sachuest Point Wildlife Refuge in Middletown.  It’s going to be a lovely morning and we’ll be joined by our friends from the Fall River Bike Committee. The ride is leisurely, about 25 miles – ride all or part. Meet at Touro Park (Bellevue/Pelham) at 8:45am. Depart 9:00am. Bring water, a snack and your camera. We’ll end the ride with refreshment at Empire Tea and Coffee on Aquidneck Avenue and have you back in time for your barbecue. 

Wow! Bike Newport is the happy recipient of a generous gift from A2B. This hot little electric-assist number will help us to get more people and stuff where we need to go.  Those errands that were just a little more than the bike could handle, just got some help. And our cycling friends who would join our group rides if it weren’t for those pesky hills – well, they may just be back in business. BIG THANKS to A2B, Ryan Maccione, and local A2B dealer, Newport Bicycle. Pictured:  Mike Mendell and Bari George, before and after the hat swap.
“This Way on Bellevue”
The original art on the cover of the new Bike Newport Map is available as a poster, free to all who sign up for Bike Newport Membership (choose Free or “Perk” membership).  AND a limited number of signed/numbered posters are available for a contribution of $20.  We are so grateful to our friend, local artist Rafael Medina, for creating such a delightful illustration to benefit Bike Newport. For a free print, join Bike Newport; for a limited edition signed print, contact Bike Newport.
The First Open Bike Garage Night
was a nice success! Open Bike Garage Nights are the chance for you to use our tools to work on your bike and also learn some basic maintenance. 
Watch for more dates - announced in this e-newsletter, on the Bike Newport Calendar and on our Facebook page.  If you haven't already, LIKE us on Facebook, FOLLOW us on Twitter. You'll see what's happening between our newsletter notices. 
For more information about the Bike Garage and youth programs, contact Mark Chesterton, Bike Newport's Director of Youth Programs. Pictured: Paul Cardoza and his grandson at the first Open Bike Garage Night.

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