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We've added another date for the Grand Hotel tours.  Come join us for cycling, camaraderie, luxury and gourmet dining!  Reserve a spot on this bike trip for woman of the historic Grand Hotels of New Hampshire August 19-24.

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Woman Bike Tour Riders (12 photos)
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Beautiful images on this new app.  Going to check it out.

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Just redesigned our website, with more and larger pics.  Looking forward to a busy summer of riding.  Locals, join us at Red Jersey Cyclery in N. Conway Sundays for women's rides. 

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Not sure want to 'compete' while riding to work.  It is a relaxing and invigorating endeavor now.
Strava: a commuter's dream.  Use the iPhone app or a Garmin device to race against other people on sections of your ride, in virtual leaderboards.  It turns a boring commute into exciting interval training, and is really addictive!

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Have you checked out our Pinterest boards? 

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Sometimes when you're riding it just has to be slow so that you can smell the roses. After all who wants to go fast all the time?

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Received this message from People for Bikes and wanted to share:

National Bike Month is officially here! With longer, milder days, May is a perfect time to recognize bicycling for the multitude of benefits it provides – improving our health, economy, and environment. Here are three ways to make the most of this year’s National Bike Month:

1) Go for a type of bike ride that you normally wouldn’t: If you’re a road rider, try a mountain bike ride. If you’ve never ridden your bike to work, give bike commuting a shot. And if the ride to work isn’t something you can tackle this year, ride your bike to run an errand you would normally do by car, even if it’s just a trip to the coffee shop or ice cream parlor. Remember—forty percent of trips Americans take are two miles or less, an easy bicycling distance.

2) Introduce one other person to bicycling. Whether it’s your partner, a coworker, a family member, or just a friend, help someone find a bike and go for a fun ride. Bicycling is a pretty amazing thing, right? Why not encourage someone else to discover the activity that brings you so much happiness.

3) Participate in one or more National Bike Month events. A list of community rides can be found at the League of American Bicyclists, and here are some key national events:

National Bike to School Day (May 9)

CycloFemme, the International Day of Women’s Bicycling (May 13)
[PS - we are leading a ride for those in North Conway, NH are a ]

National Bike to Work Week (May 14-18)

National Bike to Work Day (May 18)

National Bike Challenge (May 1-August 31)

This May and this summer should be an amazing time for bicycling in America. An increasing percentage of our national leaders recognize bicycling as a simple solution for transportation challenges, jobs and economic development, and health and obesity issues. Communities are investing in bike lanes and paths more than ever, helping bicycling to become safer and stress-free. We encourage you to take advantage of these new places to ride by participating in National Bike Month!
Happy riding,
The crew
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