Help build the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail this Saturday the 28th of September 2019. We will be cutting brush and branches in preparation for grading work that will follow. Its fun to be a part of the transformation of this land into rail trail. We are gathering in the field just south of 33 Fisherville Rd, Concord, NH 03301. Use LAD Welding as a landmark. Park in the field. We will have a crew ready to point you in the right direction starting at 8:30 AM. Arrive when you can and stay only as long as you like. Bring gloves and the brush cutting tool(s) of your choice: Loppers, limbing saw, chain saw, pole saw. We will be providing pizza for the crew for lunch. Have questions? Send email to email@example.com
Bike repair stations are springing up along the Concord-Lake Sunapee Rail Trail. CLSRT nearly doubled the number of repair stations in the state of NH by aquiring 5 of the self-contained fixit stands. Each solid bike stand has a variety of built in tools and QR code stamp to access instructions on fixing the most common issues with bicycles.
Today we installed 4 stands along the trail. One in Bradford by the Appleseed Restaurant and Catering,one at Schoodacs and another at Bagley Field in Warner. The fourth fix station is at the Contoocook Riverway Association in Contoocook.
Thank you to our sponsors: Central New Hampshire Bicycling Coalition, Warner Fall Foliage Festival, Kearsarge Area Chamber of Commerce, Hopkinton Rotary, Lake Sunapee Snowmobile Club, Rural Heritage Connection of Bradford, Inc. And Northeast Delta Dental, who is helping sponsor a location in Concord that will be installed later this summer.
For a map of bike fix stations across NH and the United States, see Dero’s public bike fixit map.
Concord Residents: Show your support for the Concord- Lake Sunapee Rail Trail by attending the upcoming Concord Conservation Commission meeting on 9/13/2017 at 7:00pm. On the schedule is a discussion on the possible purchase of a portion of the old rail grade from PanAm railroad. More information about the meeting including the full agenda can be found here: http://www.concordnh.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/3581