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Word count: 700 words, Reading time: 2.8 minutes"Mount Washington Valley Bicycling Club Home Events CALENDAR & Route Library HomeRides GuideRoad ConditionsUpcoming Rides and EventsMembership & BenefitsSpecial EventsSpring Season Kickoff MeetingKids' Bike Safety DayCrank the KancWhite Mountain Outdoor Health and Wellness Fest Road RidesBike SwapRest Stop- Mt Washington Century RideMidsummer Ride & SocialFall SocialClub Sponsors & FriendsAbout UsPhoto GalleryFor SaleContact UsNews ArchiveBicycling-related events Welcome to the Mount Washington Valley Bicycling Club! Things you might like to know... Angels and Elves...Thank you for your generous donations to our Angels and Elves Bicycle Fund. In 2022, we donated 26 bicycles, strider balance bikes, and helmets to this great MWV Kiwanis program to make the Holiday season a bit brighter for underserved kids in the Mount Washington Valley.And thanks to Club sponsor Bob & Terry's Ski & Bike shop for their generous help with making this happen.The Mount Washington Valley Bicycling Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Monetary donations are used solely to help our charitable activities. They are tax-deductable to the extent allowed by law and are greatly appreciated.In case you missed it...Club member, Sally McMurdo wrote a nice piece about one of the ways the Club has contributed to the Mount Washington Valley community: Wheel Family Fun: The story of Kennett High’s new bike rack — it takes a community! | Family Biking | conwaydailysun.com E-Bike Policy and Table of information...When participating in Club rides, riders agree to comply with Club, governing authority, and insurance company imposed restrictions regarding use of certain e-bikes and acknowledge that such restrictions will be updated as necessary. Please familiarize yourself with this table of information- (Click Here) to help clarify the classes of e-bikes in NH, ME, and VT and their suitability for use on Club rides and bike and recreational trails and paths.Before you use an e-bike on a Club ride, know which class, I, II, or III your e-bike belongs to and what restrictions may apply to it.Here's a terrific article from New Hampshire Magazine by local writer Marty Basch-"Wheel Life: A Journey on the Cross New Hampshire Adventure Trail"...Check it out: Wheel Life: A Journey on the Cross New Hampshire Adventure Trail - New Hampshire Magazine (nhmagazine.com)For Road Conditions Information, visit the Road Conditions page in the main menu above. New Hampshire's E-Bike laws... The Bike Walk Alliance of New Hampshire handout summarizing New Hampshire's recently adopted E-Bike Laws is available by clicking HERE or use the link below, under Additional Links on the Home page of this website. The MWVBC has a "For Sale" page on this website.The page is for posting member's bicycling-related items they would like to sell. Send a concise item description and photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org Have pictures from Club Rides or Events?Send them to: email@example.com and you may get them posted on the Club website Photo Gallery Page or on the Club facebook page.Note: When the weather is not conducive to enjoyable cycling- rides are considered cancelled without notice. If the ride leader decides to cancel in advance of the day of the ride, a notice will usually be posted on the Club Events Calendar.Always check the CLUB EVENTS CALENDAR for the latest on all Club rides and events. THE NEW CLUB GEAR STORE(via the link below)IS CLOSEDMWVBC GEAR STORE We Support... The Cross New HampshireAdventure TrailThe Mount Washington ValleyTrails Association Bike For BooksNorth Conway Plublic Library Angels and ElvesMount Washington Valley Kiwanis Kennett High SchoolMountain Bike Team Bike Walk Alliance New Hampshire Ability Plus Kennett Middle SchoolBicycle Recycle, Repair, and Rehome Project Services for Victims of Domestic & Sexual Violence Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce Safety First What every cyclist must know- NH DOT What every motorist must know- NH DOT Ride Preparation Rules of the Road Group Ride Etiquette & Safety Helmet Fit & Adjustment Bicycle Maintenance Fixing a Flat Tire Annual Cleaning & Inspection Sheldon Brown's Tech Info BicycleTutor.com Additional Links NH E-Bike Laws (from BWANH) Other Rides, Clubs, & Organizations Road Bike Rider The Science of Cycling RideWithGPS-MWVBC Accident/Incident Reporting Form Mount Washington Valley Bicycling Club"To promote safe cycling, unite cyclists, and foster youth cycling throughout Mount Washington Valley" Like us on Facebook The Mount Washington Valley Bicycling Club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Monetary donations are used solely to help our charitable activities. They are tax-deductable to the extent allowed by law and are greatly appreciated.© 2023 Mount Washington Valley Bicycling Club CLUB EVENTS CALENDAR & Route Library Crank the Kanc Membership and Release & Waiver Forms Mailing Address:MWVBCPO Box 12Intervale, NH 03845-0012View on Google Maps Built with concrete5 CMS. Log in"
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