Bikes

Red Shed Bike Camp — Sign Up Now

Registration is now open for the Red Shed Bike Camp: sessions start in July and run to mid-August. All skill levels welcome and scholarships are available. At Red Shed Bike Camp, kids ages 8-13 spend a fun-filled week in the summer exploring the watershed on two wheels! Through the week, campers enjoy daily bike rides. […]

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Red Shed Bike Camp — Register Now

At Red Shed Bike Camp, kids ages 8-13 spend a fun-filled week in the summer exploring the watershed on two wheels. Sign up now for one-week sessions at the Red Shed Summer Bike Program. Through the week, campers enjoy daily bike rides. They also learn safe riding skills, basic bike maintenance, and watershed stewardship. After

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‘Tour De Tentacle’ Bike Quest

(10.30) The ‘Tour de Tentacle,’ a bike-based quest game inspired by the writing of H.P. Lovecraft, starts off and ends up, Sunday at the Arcade Providence. (From the Facebook event page.) Inspired by the arcane writing of H.P. Lovecraft, this bike-based quest around the city of Providence will require you and your teammates to solve

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Bike-Walk Summit

(10.6) The 2013 New England Bike-Walk Summit starts today, October 4, from 9am to 5pm. This regional conference returns to the Providence Biltmore for a full day of sessions on compelling topics, field sessions, networking, and national leaders in the pro-bike movement. Organized by Providence resident Eric Weis the ProJo reports, From a small downtown

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A Weekend Of Handbuilt Bikes

Are you worried about toe/tire overlap? Do you even know what the hell toe/tire overlap is? If you answered yes, keep reading. This weekend Providence will host the New England Builders Ball, a handbuilt bike show featuring New England-based framebuilders. Local exhibitors include Chapman Cycles (seen here), Circle A Cycles, and Cleverhood (apparel). Then there’s

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Gallery Night Providence

The bike tours are back!  Gallery Night Providence launches the 2012 bike tours with photographer and avid cyclist Peter Goldberg and artist Lani Stark.  The tour starts at 5:30 and leaves from Two Regency Plaza on Washington Street in downtown Providence.  They will visit several galleries including the Krause Gallery and the Bell Gallery.  Bring

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Two Free Bike Movies At Knight Memorial Library — Wednesday

Providence Community Library will be presenting two free bike-themed films this Wednesday for Earth Week at Knight Memorial Library. Join us in watching “Return of the Scorcher” and “Critical Mass“, both by director Ted White. Providence Bike Coalition will be on hand with information about biking in Providence and to answer any related questions that

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Dash Bicycle Shop One Year Anniversary Celebration Saturday

Saturday April 17th — come and celebrate Dash’s first anniversary! A full day of fun all over the city of Providence. 1pm ‘Here To Stay’ alley cat race starting at DASH. Come and ride all over Providence in our messenger style checkpoint race. Bag and lock required, 1pm sharp, $5 entry fee, prizes TBA. 4pm

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Announcing The RI VeloSprints Winter Series 2010

Winter blues got you snowed under?  Just think — this is only the beginning. We have a cure for those winter blues.  Announcing, the RI VeloSprints Winter Series! RI VeloSprints is Rhode Island’s winter series for cyclists, spinners, commuters and hipsters frustrated by Mother Nature’s cold shoulder! RI VeloSprints is 500 meters of full out sprinting

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Recycle-A-Bike Yard Sale Saturday

Bike Yard Sale — Those interested in finding a new inexpensive bike, or getting parts for the one they already own should check out the Recycle-A-Bike yard sale on Saturday. Find a metal accoutrement for artistic inspiration, a quality vintage piece, a hard-to-replace part, or a new bike to fit your life. There is a

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