Transport Hartford advocates for biking, walking, transit, and multi-modal transportation as part of a sustainable and socially just city and region. For Hartford to succeed and grow, it has to move beyond single occupancy vehicle travel both culturally and with appropriately designed infrastructure. Join the movement! Friday, Sept 1st – Bike, Walk, and Bus to Work […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Bicycle Loving Friends – If you need a reason to get out and enjoy life in what can sometimes be a bleak month, we have you covered at BiCi Co. Don’t leave your friends out of the loop. Invite and share! Friday, February 10th – IceBike/Walk/Bus to Work Meetups. 7-9am at Sarah’s Coffee House in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
BiCi Co. is rolling quickly into 2017 and wanted to keep you well informed about upcoming activities and opportunities. Make sure you follow the BiCi Co. Facebook page to see the latest announcements, updates, and photos. Mondays – Women’s / WTF DIY Member & Volunteer Hours – Mondays, 5:30-8:30pm. Poster attached. We are recruiting […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Hartford is hosting the Cyclocross National Championships BiCi Co. Needs Volunteers! We need your smiling faces at BiCi Co. to ramp up the DIY workshop hours during the full week of races. The shop will be open from 11am-7pm on Monday, January 2nd through Saturday the 7th. Hours will be extended to 8:30pm on […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Stay tuned to the BiCi Blog and Facebook Page for the latest updates on post race fun and Hartford happenings during #CXNATS! Here are some reasons to get excited about cycling and active transportation in Hartford right now. Yes, in the winter. In addition to just receiving Bicycle Friendly Community recognition, Hartford has DIY programs and workshops at […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Hartford is the Cradle of Cycling in the United States On Saturday, December 3rd we gathered in historic Pope Park to celebrate Hartford’s recognition as a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. The location of the celebration was intentional. Colonel Albert Pope, the Columbia Bicycle Company, the late 19th century bicycle […]Continue Reading... No Comments.