Advocacy in New Hampshire
Bike-Walk Alliance of NH
educates, advocates and agitates for
improved conditions for walking
and biking statewide."
Visit the BWA-NH web site for more details
BWA-NH is now on Facebook and Twitter.
See www.bwanh.org to get
Want to help the Bike-Walk Alliance
Join the Alliance as an individual or a sponsor, help with the bike-ed programs, and get involved with local planning issues affecting bicycling in your area. The more people who know what is going on in our NH bicycling community, the sooner the better, then everyone can express their opinions in a timely manner to help make a positive difference for all bicyclists.
We encourage all interested parties to speak
up in favor of improved bike-ped policies, education, and facilities.
Visit the Advocacy section of the
website to learn how to become an effective advocate.
Join your local planning board.
Join the TAC (Transportation Advisory Committee) and
represent your town at the regional planning commission.
Together we can make a positive difference!
time, paper, and postage!
You may join BWANH or renew your
sponsorship by viewing the “
page on our web site.
All major credit cards are accepted.
Each new BWANH membership comes with a
complimentary one year GSW “electronic” membership if not already a GSW
In addition to supporting your state’s advocacy organization, you will
enjoy discounts at GSW sponsoring shops, knowing about recreational
rides, and having supplemental accident insurance when on GSW rides.
Bike-Walk Alliance of NH
c/o National Safety Council of Northern NE
2 Whitney Road, Suite 11
Concord , NH 03301-1844
From Interstate Route 93:
From Interstate 93 Northbound
From I-93 heading north, take exit 17 (Penacook/Boscawen Exit). At the top of the exit ramp, merge right onto US 4 west. Proceed 1/2 mile and turn left at the Mobil station onto Whitney Road. The entrance to the office is on the right, and designated by a large granite post with a "2". Enter the facility through the main entrance.
From Interstate 93 Southbound
From I-93 heading south, take exit 17. At the top of the exit ramp, merge right onto US 4 west. Proceed a few hundred yards and turn left at the Mobil station onto Whitney Road. The entrance to the office is on the right, and designated by a large granite post with a "2". Enter the facility through the main entrance.
Note: For those arriving by bicycle, Concord Crossing is 3 miles southeast from the southern terminus of the Northern Rail Trail at the Jamie Welch Memorial Field.
The Bike- Walk Alliance of NH is the only statewide advocacy group for bicyclist and pedestrian activities including legislation, safety and education programs.
To be the voice for bicyclist and pedestrians in New Hampshire.
To promote bicyclist and pedestrian safety, education, and access.
To ensure streets are bicyclist and pedestrian friendly.
To provide resources and support for bicyclist and pedestrians of all ages.
To act as a clearinghouse for bike/ped literature, resources, and curriculum.
To promote bicycling and walking as a means of transport, physical activity and exercise.
To be a statewide liaison for all bicycling and pedestrian organizations.
Walking and bicycling instead of taking short trips in the car improves air quality, increases rates of physical activity, and may help people to maintain a healthy weight.
and walking safer and easily accessible to more people,
may reduce the burden of chronic
disease and injury and improve the health
of NewHampshire citizens. Please check
this advocacy page frequently as new developments and announcements will
be posted here even if not in our newsletter. Time and space contraints
prevent everything from appearing in print. Use of this web site to convey
detailed information in a timely manner for those interested seems like
a good idea to us, and we hope you agree. As always, comments are welcome!
For more information, email
firstname.lastname@example.org or call (603)
Granite State Wheelmen