Guess what? Bikes aren't just toys - they are the tools that will help us transform our built environment and our relationships, with one another and the world around us. In Brattleboro, folks are already realizing the transformative experience that can happen when we "reboot the bike!" Keep on reading and learn more about how some Brattleboro residents are loving their "car-lite" lifestyle.
Read about "Car-Lite"
How cool! VPR's Vermont Edition interviewed Local Motion's friend and VBike founder, Dave Cohen. Listen and learn about how bike innovations are being adopted in Brattleboro and VBike's work to help Vermonters and Vermont bike shops catch up with the new designs and technologies that are revolutionizing bike transport.
A new green space in Brattleboro will make downtown an even better place to stroll and shop. Harmony Place will replace the space where Frankie's Pizza once sold slices with a large green, a stage, space for 150 seats, and much more that will make the space a destination for those who want to spend time in a welcoming public space.
Brattleboro's Safe Streets Project—a group that formed with support from Local Motion—organized a Safer Streets Forum on May 5. Several dozen people turned out for a series of presentations and Q&A with town officials and representatives of various nonprofits. Local Motion was honored to be a part of the event. Read the news story in the Brattleboro Reformer. If you're inspired to help, sign up here as a Windham County walk-bike activist!