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Started Feb 17, 2015 0 Replies

This May will be the first New Haven Bike Month. New Haven Bike Month is a month-long celebration of bicycles and bike culture events, hosted by Elm City Cycling, the New Haven Department of…Continue

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New Haven Bike Month

Started Feb 17, 2015 0 Replies

This May will be the first New Haven Bike Month. New Haven Bike Month is a month-long celebration of bicycles and bike culture events, hosted by Elm City Cycling, the New Haven Department of…Continue

Tags: #newhaven, #bike

New Haven Bike Month

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This May will be the first New Haven Bike Month. New Haven Bike Month is a month-long celebration of bicycles and bike culture events, hosted by Elm City Cycling, the New Haven Department of…Continue

Tags: #newhaven, #bike

 

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New Haven Bike Month: Debrief and Survey!

New Haven Bike Month was a celebration of biking culture this past May 2015 in collaboration with Elm City Cycling, the New Haven Department of Transportation, the New Haven Parks Department, and many other community members. It included over 160+ events, including over 50 large group rides, 30 bike repair clinics, 5…See More
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Name of the Organization
New Haven Bike Month
Contact Person
Caroline Smith
Job Title
Organizer
Contact phone
8595364791
E-mail
nhvbikemonth@gmail.com
Website
http://www.newhavenbikemonth.com/
Interest
Youth, Health, Education, Advocacy, Arts
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We are working with Elm City Cycling, the New Haven Department of Transportation, and other community folks to bring a New Haven Bike Month to the city in May.

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New Haven Bike Month: Debrief and Survey!

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New Haven Bike Month was a celebration of biking culture this past May 2015 in collaboration with Elm City Cycling, the New Haven Department of Transportation, the New Haven Parks Department, and many other community members. It included over 160+ events, including over 50 large group rides, 30…

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