Bike Route From New York City To Montreal
The Western New England Greenway (WNEG) is a contiguous network of bike routes that connect New York City with Montreal. The WNEG connects with the East Coast Greenway in Norwalk, CT and connects with Quebec’s famed Route Verte at the Canada border.
For complete details and route maps – visit www.WNEGreenway.org
Discover Connecticut Bicycle Tour – Sunday June 23, 2019
2019 Discover Connecticut Bicycle Tour registration is open!
Bike Walk CT is pleased to announce that registration is now open for two Discover CT events:
- Northwestern CT Falls Village area on Sunday June 23, 2019
- An encore tour in New Britain on Sunday September 15, 2019.
Both bicycle tours feature scenic route distances for the recreational and avid cyclist, plus a post-ride social with food and entertainment!
Sunday June 23 – Falls Village Tour Details:
- The tour starts and ends in Falls Village Center on Main Street. Check-in begins at 7:30 am and wheels roll at 8:30 am.
- Routes: Choose among 4 scenic route distances. With 10, 20, 40 and 46-mile options, there’s something for all cycling abilities – the recreational rider and the avid cyclist. The shortest ride is relatively flat (370 feet elevation) and the longest ride is ~3300 feet of elevation climb.
- Route Maps are here: jackdougherty.github.io/bikemapcode/fallsvillage.html
- Registration Fees: Registration fees start at $45 until May 13. After May 13, registration increases to $50. Youth under age 12 are $20.
Don’t miss our early bird pricing, where registrants of BOTH tours will receive a free quick-dry, commemorative T-shirt plus an additional $5 discount. This special offer is only available through May 13th. See registration details here.
Register now! – http://www.bikewalkct.org/
Western New England Greenway Conference 2019
- Western New England Greenway Conference
- Saturday November 10, 2018 – from 10 AM to 3:30 PM
- Bennington Museum, Bennington Vermont
There is no cost to attend, lunch and refreshments are provided. Seating is limited and attendees must pre-register (see below).
Organizations in Vermont, Massachusetts and Connecticut are already working on creating bike trails. By working together, we can create a seamless network that stretches more than 250 miles.
Please register below if you would like to join the discussion, and explore how to make this idea a reality. Additional information and an agenda are being developed, and your ideas are welcome. Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
Goals of the Conference include:
- Introduce / reintroduce all potential collaborators of the WNEG to one another.
- Explore means to overcome significant challenges to the WNEG
- Agree on list of tangible goals / outcomes for 2019