On Saturday, May 17th, Join Mayor Hollar and members of the bike advisory committee for a mellow-paced ride to the Post Office Cafe in Worcester, said to be “One of Vermont’s hidden little secrets”.
Ride departs from Montpelier High School at . All participants must provide their own bicycle and helmet in good working order. Hard rain cancels.
Other Bike to Brunch Events:
May 24th -Bike to Brunch, group ride to Maple Valley in Plainfield
May 31st –Bike to Brunch, ride to On the Rise Café in Richmond
Also on : Family Bike Safety Clinic and Ride, at MHS.
: Kids can ride the bike safety skills course set up in the high school parking lot.
: Group ride out the bike path west and the River Road to Three Mile Bridge, returning on the wide shoulder of Route 2.
Best for kids at least 6 years and older. Sorry, no training wheels on group ride. Each rider should bring a helmet and bicycle in good working order. Some helmets will be available to borrow. All kids should be accompanied by an adult.
All rides departs from Montpelier High School at . All participants must provide their own bicycle and helmet in good working order.
About Montpelier’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committees
Montpelier's Bicycle and Pedestrian Committees are volunteer-citizen bodies tasked by the City Council to raise the status of walking and biking in Montpelier by advocating for cyclist and pedestrian issues, engaging the community, and advising the City Council on relevant issues.
For more information, call 262-6273