Tag Archives: Concord

Climate Summer Take Two

Written by Jana Wilkes, Community Outreach Coordinator, Team East, written on June 21, 2014 By this time of Climate Summer I was hoping to have 80 plus miles of biking under my belt, but instead I have scraped up knees, … Continue reading

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Did you know that it is 600 miles from Wilmot to Wilmot?

by Van Scholten, Team Leader, Team New Hampshire When I biked from Concord to Wilmot for the first time, I thought it was one of the hardest rides I have done. The weight of my bags teamed with both gravity … Continue reading

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Poverty, Race and One Community Garden

Post by Ben Trolio I yawned once. My mouth stretched in a colossal circle reflecting my sleep deprived state.  Last night had been filled with fun rather than sleep.   Before me lay the flat, green expanse of the Sycamore Community … Continue reading

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One Month Left

Post by: Sandy Carter As I realized upon waking this morning that there was exactly one month left in Climate Summer, I thought about the true importance of this program. The value of this program, the message that we are … Continue reading

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Freedom Trail

To my team’s pleasant surprise, there is a bike path between Lowell and Framingham (MA) called the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, which is a small paved pathway with two lanes for non motorized travel such as cyclists and pedestrians.  The … Continue reading

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Take Off Those Training Wheels: Our First Rides

“Good luck, you guys!”; “Get outta here!”; “Have fun!”; “Woohoo!” Five young adults, decked out in shiny helmets, grubby sneakers, and clingy bike shorts, rolled out of Camp Wilmot—of Wilmot, New Hampshire—to the cheers of their friends. This was to … Continue reading

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S&W Sports

Thirty-one riders, poised and ready to go. Headed out for a smooth 33-mile cruise to Concord, NH. Alas, we were not in for the smooth sailing that we had expected. All that “practice biking” we had been doing in the … Continue reading

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Week One: Camp Wilmot

Posted by: Brad Samuels Arriving Camp Wilmot in Wilmot, NH on June 5th presented me with many uncertainties. Who will I be with, where am I going, and what will I be eating? These questions loomed over my head and … Continue reading

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