Mavericks Square Adaptive Cyclery And Screenprinting


Events


Bike Repair Classes Start January 9!

Click HERE For The Syllabus



New Online Store

The 2015 Human Power Film Festival takes place at the Milford Twin Drive-In Theatre
on September 11th, at 6:00PM.
Join us for a night of participant-submitted short films!
All cash donations will benefit the New England Mountain Bike Association of Southern New Hampshire.
Come watch some locally made films, or submit your own,
and support a fantastic organization!

2014 Get Mobile Challenge

The inaugural Get Mobile Challenge took place on Sunday, May 4th, in the Heritage Place Plaza parking lot. The ride was organized to help a girl with cerebral palsy get her first adaptive bike.
The ride featured three routes - a 10-mile amble, a 20-mile jaunt, and 30-mile challenge - all going through the rolling back-roads of Amherst and Merrimack New Hampshire.
The event drew a field of 25 riders, and featured live music from local musicians Stephen Decuire, Justin Cohn, and Mark Gilday Jr!
This year's event was a smashing success, and next year's event will be even better! This is THE ride to kick off the season - with great riding, music, food, and friends.
DON'T miss next year's event! Stay in the loop by "liking" the "Get Mobile Ride" page on Facebook.

www.getmobileride.com


Maverick's Square now has an online store! We're always coming up with new designs, and our storenvy site allows users to browse our selection anywhere/anytime! Come check it out at http://maverickssquare.storenvy.com/

The Red Eye BMX Jam 2012

Granite Skate Indoor Skate/BMX Park in Nashua, NH, in conjunction with Eastern Boarder and Maverick's Square, is holding the Red Eye BMX Jam on Saturday, March, the third. From 6 to 9 at night, Maverick's is putting on tech clinics during the bikes-only session, and Granite Skate is holding riding clinics to help participants hone their skills!

Maverick's is firing up the hibachi for some grilling and chilling before the contests begin at 9. This isn't your typical contest, any more than Maverick's is a typical bike shop. For example, aside from the traditional park contest, we're having follow-the leader, longest manual, highest bunnyhop, and a huge tournament of B-I-K-E, amongst other events.

The entrance fee for the contest is $12, and proceeds go toward developing the back section of the park. Lots of side contests and prizes, in addition to the $25 overall grand prize, and all pre-registered riders get a free event T-shirt, courtesy of Maverick's!

All ages/gender/skill levels are welcome. Come by, show off your skills and have some fun with us!


Three Notch Century 9/10/11

The whole Maverick’s crew (yes, all 3 of us!) was up in the North Country on Saturday, September 10 for the Three-Notch century. The three day event, put on by Northeast Passage, took participants on a 101 mile bicycle ride through the scenic back- roads around Mt. Washington.

The weather was perfect and the riders were fired up! It was wonderful to see so many riders on adaptive equipment, powering up hills that most able-bodied people would find challenging.

Though Hurricane Irene managed to shut down the original route over the Kancamagus Highway, the event organizers were able to carve out a new route that was every bit as challenging and scenic as the original...with only a week to do so.

The gang from Maverick’s would like to thank Northeast Passage for allowing us to be a part of this event, and all of the participants for welcoming us as friends. We had a blast providing technical support along the way. We met some fantastic people, and we’re hoping that we, and they, will be able to return next year and spend all three days at this wonderful event.

Fingers crossed – we’re trying to convince our third-man Bryan to ride it next year…we’ll see…

Maverick’s Square -Nate, Horne, and Bryan


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