Want to know more about  bicycling and walking in New Hampshire?

Check out the variety of resources and information available on the EDUCATION page of our website.  There are links to documents, videos and other resources that contain a wealth of information about safe biking and walking.


What are Complete Streets?

“Complete Streets are streets for everyone. They are designed and operated to enable safe access for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and transit riders of all ages and abilities. Complete Streets make it easy to cross the street, walk to shops, and bicycle to work.”  SmartGrowth America



Bike-Walk Alliance of NH advocates for policies, laws and conditions that increase safety and accessibility for bicyclists and pedestrians.  We also work to educate all road users about the responsible use of New Hampshire’s roadways, sidewalks, bike paths and rail trails.  One of our goals is to become the statewide voice of bicyclists and pedestrians as well as serve as a clearinghouse for information and resources about biking and walking in the Granite State.

Learn more about our mission by clicking on the WHAT WE DO tab at the top of this page or explore the topics listed below.



With the right policies in place more people will feel comfortable walking and biking. Policy sets the tone, reflects our culture. Passing a Vulnerable User Law and Complete Streets legislation are policy priorities for BWANH.

Click and join us!


Want to get involved with a road or trail project where you live, work or play? Tired of feeling stressed by traffic on a portion of your journey? Contact us to find out how you can support bike/walk infrastructure changes in your NH community.

Click here to learn how!


Whether its learning how to bike or how to fix a bike, we will guide you in the right direction. The Bike-Walk Alliance of New Hampshire provides on road and on trail education for youth and adults alike. Education is key to BWANH.

Click through for more!

Bike-Walk Alliance of NH

2 Whitney Rd., Suite 11
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: 603-410-5848 | email: [email protected]