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NEW! Bicycle Benefits Program
Calling all local businesses!
We are partnering with Bicycle Benefits, a program that offers discounts and benefits to customers who bike to participating shops.
Here’s how it works:
Businesses become Bicycle Benefit members through FNT and sell a bike helmet sticker to cyclists for $5 each.
Businesses will be listed on the Bicycle Benefits website as well as a shoutout from us.
Once cyclists buy the sticker, they are eligible for discounts or deals at participating businesses (BOGO, or 10% off etc). We’ll help with outreach to encourage cyclist participation in the program.
The cost of a starter kit is $25 and includes 10 stickers to sell to customers for $5 each, decals for your shop window and cash register and informational material.
We are pleased to offer the first 20 business participants the kits at no cost — just fill out this form and we will be in touch and drop off your kit to your location.
Fill out the form here:
Let’s get folks on their bikes this spring!
Ride is still on tonight - cloudy but no rain in the forecast tonight. See you all soon! ... See MoreSee Less
One hour left, don’t miss it!Northampton area advocates: Thursday, June 24th at 6pm join the Main Street Virtual Public Meeting & voice your support for a more bike & pedestrian-friendly downtown. Learn more & get the meeting link at tinyurl.com/picturemainstreet
The proposed design has a separated bike lane on both sides of Main Street which is not only a huge win for bicyclists but will make a more enjoyable pedestrian experience. But the design could be better.
Before the meeting, sign the Main Street For Everyone petition to support an even more people-friendly design than the one currently proposed: www.change.org/p/mayor-nakewicz-support-main-st-4-everyone-s-improvements-to-redesign ... See MoreSee Less
IN PERSON event on the horizon! Bring your kids and join us for an evening ride from Northampton High to Pie in the Sky Berry Farm. Event hosted by MassBike CTRV and Main Street for Everyone.
Strawberry Moon Bike Ride to Pie in the Sky Berry Farm
All riders are highly encouraged to dress up like a strawberry as we celebrate the strawberry moon.
Once at Pie in the Sky Berry Farm, you can pick your own organic strawberries. Take 10% off your strawberry purchase with a Bicycle Benefits sticker. We will be selling Bicycle Benefits stickers at the beginning of the ride! You can learn more about the program at fntrails.org/bicycle-benefits-program/ ... See MoreSee Less
It's that time again, Mill River cleanup time!
If you find yourselves at loose ends tomorrow morning (Sunday, June 13) and could use some fresh air pleases join us for a quick cleanup of the Mill River swimming holes in Leeds.
Meet George and some other FNTers at the little park on Mulberry Street at the intersection of the bike trail @ 8:30am. Bags will be provided. Please bring your own gloves & refreshments, and prepare to be out there for about an hour.
We'll be hosting two more cleanups on Sunday, July 4 and Sunday, July 25. More details to come.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or message us here with any questions! See you soon! ... See MoreSee Less
Hey folks! This event is STILL ON, RAIN OR SHINE! See you tonight at Sheldon Field. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks to Senator Edward J. Markey the Surface Transportation Reauthorization Act that recently passed out of a key Senate Committee includes $200 million in dedicated funding for connected active transportation networks and trails.
The inclusion of this funding is a huge win & we are proud to have a bicycling and pedestrian champion in Senator Markey who is consistently pushing for active transportation funding at home and in Washington, DC.
Please take a moment to contact Senator Markey’s office and thank him for his hard work on getting this amendment included in the bill and for his continued leadership on bike and pedestrian priorities.
Learn more: bit.ly/3fp2vtz ... See MoreSee Less
Join us this Friday, May 28 @ 6:30pm for this summer's first Bicycle Parade in support of downtown restaurants and bike friendly Main Street.
This family-friendly ride will start at Sheldon Field, make our way to Main Street, around downtown and end at Pulaski Park. Riders are encouraged to support the #413Takeout by then grabbing dinner at their favorite downtown restaurant. Bring your friends!
Decorate your bikes! Decorate yourselves! ... See MoreSee Less