EVERYONE IS INVITED to greet the Climate Riders who are pedaling 390 miles from Bar Harbor to Boston and are arriving at Boston Common at 3:30pm on Monday, September 12th. You can join us for the final 5 miles or meet us at Boston Common for our arrival.
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Climate Ride Northeast 2016: Bar Harbor to Boston
The nation’s largest environmental bike ride and ‘green…Read more →
Join the Climate Ride as we pedal to the U.S. Capitol
Join the Climate Riders for the final stretch in Washington D.C. Bring your bike and ride the last few miles of Climate Ride NYC-DC 2016 with our spectacular riders and crew, from the Thompson Boat House up Constitution Avenue and finally to the U.S. Capitol. Congratulate riders who pedaled 300 miles from New York City and help bring the message of clean energy, sustainability, conservation and bicycle advocacy to our…Read more →
In February, thirty individuals participated in Climate Ride's Death Valley Ride through Death Valley National Park. One of those participants, Kevin Martin, shared with us his recap of his experience in the park.
It almost seems a disservice to call Death Valley a desert. A desert in my mind conjures up images of zero life and miles of nothingness. Death Valley could not be further from that imagery. I have never seen…Read more →
Emily Gluckin is a young women preparing for her first event with Climate Ride. She’ll be participating in Climate Hike this August, traversing through Glacier National Park with 20 like-minded hikers led by a team of knowledgeable Glacier Guides.
Emily is currently serving a term with Montana Energy Corp, which is a project of Americorp aimed to address unmet community energy needs. Energy Corp promotes sustainable energy consumption and education, fosters community…Read more →
Kate Williams, CEO of 1% for the Planet, is participating in Glacier Hike this August 3-7, 2016. We interviewed Kate about her motivation to participate in events organized by Climate Ride and what inspired her to hike with her daughter through Glacier National Park.
Hiking at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park on Glacier Hike
Why did you decide to become a part of Climate Hike? Read more →
"Anneka and I both care deeply about the environment and love getting outside under our own power.…