A huge loss for RI cycle enthusiasts

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August 18, 2012 by Art Eddy

This past Thursday Rhode Island lost one of its greatest cycling enthusiast when George Redman passed away. The East Bay Bike Path is a multi-town 14.5 mile path that is the model for all paths in the state. I had the honor of meeting George during the design of the linear park on the Washington Bridge. George immediately made a lasting impression in the short time I knew him. It was easy to see why he was able to accomplish so much. George led the charge and will be greatly missed. We here at Birchwood Design Group send our condolences to his family.

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