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BICYCLING ORGANIZATIONS AND LINKS
Other Cycling Resources
Bicycle Sherpa A guide through the mountains of online bicycle information
Bike Tour Review Objective information comparing bike tours, based on pricing, quality of food and lodging, support services, and countries in which they operate. http://www.biketour-reviews.com/index.htm
Bike Around Long Island We’re just a great group of close friends enjoying exercise, the outdoors, adventure, and companionship. There are no sponsors, meetings, or dues. And we try not to be any more serious than absolutely necessary.http://www.bikearoundlongisland.com
‘Bama Cyclist Mike Munk’s site for those of the road persuasion. http://www.bamacyclist.com/.http://www.copakeauction.com/bicycles/bicycle-home.html
East Coast Greenway The East Coast Greenway is a developing trail system, spanning nearly 3,000 miles between Canada and Key West, linking all the major cities of the eastern seaboard http://www.greenway.org/
Lauren Hefferon Stories, musings, tales, adventures and opinions of Lauren Hefferon, a crazy biker gal whose life revolves around her passion for bicycle culture, kids, travel, her company Ciclismo Classico and trying to live and dream (just) outside the box. http://www.laurenhefferon.com/
League of American Bicyclists Representing the interests of the nation’s 57 million cyclists. With a current membership of 300,000 affiliated cyclists, including 40,000 individuals and 600 affiliated organizations, the League works to bring better bicycling to your community. http://www.bikeleague.org/index.cfm
Mass Bike Promoting the bicycle as a safe, healthful, enjoyable, efficient, and environmentally sound means of transportation, and to serve and protect the interests of the bicycling public. http://www.massbike.org
Danvers Bi-Peds is a non-profit group advocating conversion of an abandoned rail line from Danvers Massachusetts to the New Hampshire Border to a rail trail.
The Ashuwilticook Rail Trail is a paved bike path running from Lanesborough to Adams, Massachusetts. and will eventually connect all the way to the Vermont line in Williamstown.
Border to Boston, an eight-community recreational path. The Border to Boston Trail is a proposed, 30-mile rail-trail linking eight Essex County communities. Numerous neighborhoods, schools, parks, recreation facilities, commercial and transportation centers lay along the trail. When completed, this non-motorized, multi-use trail, with links to many more miles of trails, will be one of the region’s most outstanding recreational assets.
Topsfield Rail Trail Service for the Danvers to Newburyport line ended in 1981. The Topsfield Rail Trail Committee’s thoughts for what we call Topsfield Linear Common (TLC) includes a stone dust surface that will provide a safe way for Topsfield’s children to go to the Proctor School and for all to get outside for recreation. Our expectations for the trail is that is will become a “linear common”; a place for people to meet one another.
North Shore Cyclists The North Shore Cyclists (NSC) is a recreational bike club which draws its membership primarily from the North Shore area of Massachusetts. Most of our bike rides are routed along the back roads and shorelines north of Boston. In addition to our scheduled weekly rides, the club holds cookouts, weekend excursions, and special rides (including our century in August). Our 200 plus members span the spectrum from beginning cyclists to advanced cyclists who participate to be challenged by fast pace line riding.
The Narragansett Bay Wheelmen is a bicycle club serving Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut and Southern Massachusetts. http://nbwclub.org/ Bicycling Life online magazine We intend this site to focus on the Good News about Bicycling as a means of transportation and recreation in everyday life.