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Biking

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WHOI is proud to be recognized as a Bicycle Friendly Business by the League of American Bicyclists.


We received $1,800 for the Bike Loaner Program! Thank you Woods Hole Foundation for your support!

A $1,800 grant in 2017 from the Woods Hole Foundation supported the Bike Loaner Program and our application for Bike Friendly Business status.


Related Links

» Commuting
from the League of American Bicyclists

» Carpooling

» Bike Path Etiquette
How to use the Shining Sea Bikeway so we can all enjoy it.

» Rules of the Road
from the Massachusetts Registy of Motor Vehicles Driver’s Manual. (pdf)

» Laws pertaining to bicyclists
from MassBike.

» Information regarding bike paths and maps of the area.

Bike Safety Sessions

The Falmouth Bike Safety Sessions will be held May 30th and June 19th, 2018,  6-7:30pm at the Gus Canty Center. There will be a bike safety presentation given by MassBike, the statewide bike coalition, and bike safety checks performed if students want to bring their bikes. 

Silver Bicycle Friendly Business Award

In 2017, the League of American Bicyclists recognized the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) with a Silver Bicycle Friendly Business award to acknowledge efforts by the Institution that promote cycling to help ease traffic congestion, reduce greenhouse gas and pollution emissions, and encourage a healthy lifestyle among its employees. 

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If you would like to help with WHOI's Biking Program, please email sustainability@whoi.edu.

WHOI Bike Loaner Program

Bikes are available to WHOI Guest Students and Investigators for a nominal fee between April 15 and November 1 on a first-come-first-served basis. 
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Secure Bike Storage

We now have three protected storage locations for cyclists to store their bikes: Swift Barn behind Redfield, Carriage House Basement, and a modified storage container behind Clark South (You can't miss it--it's green). All storage spaces have push-button exterior locks and bike racks, but you must supply your own bike lock. Space will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. If you are interested in gaining access, please contact Stephanie Madsen smadsen@whoi.edu.



Last updated: May 18, 2018
 


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