The ABC’s of Cycling in and around New Haven

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Amity Bicycles (D’Aniello’s), located 18 Selden Street, Woodbridge, CT

Bradley Street Bicycle Co-op, a community bike shop, located 138 Bradley Street,  New Haven

College Street Cycles, located 252 College Street, New Haven

Devil’s Gear Bike Shop, located 137 Orange Street, New Haven

Elm City Cycling and their awesome bike maps!

Free water bottles, bike patches, bike lights, and cyclists’ rights cards at Mills Law Firm, 1 Whitney Avenue, New Haven. Please cycle on in and introduce yourself!

Go New Haven Go!

Hausladen (Doug), Director of Transportation, Traffic and parking for New Haven. He, too, walks or bikes to work on Orange Street.

It is dangerous and against the law to ride against traffic and to ride on sidewalks. Be an educated rider.

Just a reminder:  Closer to Free is a Ride for Smilow Cancer Hospital.

Kick off September with New Haven’s own Grand Prix Event and support The CT Cycling Advancement Program (CCAP)

Looking for a Bike Buddy? Check out New Haven Bike Rides Facebook Group.

Monthly Bike to Work Breakfasts, organized by Elm City Cycling

New Haven’s Bike month in May acknowledges and empowers bike culture and cycling.

Offered by Yale Environmental Health & Safety is a Bicycle Safety Training Class.

Painted bicycle lanes are throughout New Haven.

Quick coffee refuel? Coffee Pedaler on 605 East Street, New Haven is definitely a stop to "brake" for!

Rock to Rock Earth Day Rides in April

Smart Cycling Handbook is provided by The City of New Haven.

To make travel easier, bicycle racks are mounted on the front of all CT Transit vehicles and Yale Shuttles.

Use hand signals!

Various and varied cycling trails- Map my ride!

WEAR YOUR HELMET ALWAYS.

Exercise for your body and soul. Enjoy nature, fuel your passion, and ride like the wind. Remind yourself of all the benefits of cycling (environmental, financial, spiritual, emotional, physical).

Yale Cycling Club

Zagster, Yale’s partnership, has 50 shared-use bicycles available.