In the past few years, many commuters have switched to a more environmentally friendly style of getting around. Bicycles zip down streets quickly and make it easy to run an errand or go out without needing to hunt down a parking spot. To help people fuel their passion for two-wheeled motion, Dash Bicycle sells, services, and rents bikes to people across the community to cyclists of all levels of experience. Though the shop specializes in bikes for urban cyclists and commuters, it also stocks a range equipment from fixed-gear track bikes to mountain bikes in a variety of brands, including Bianchi, Pake, and Fyxation.
The Caster family's bike centers have been treating two-wheelers since 1919, and recently received Best of Rhode Island honors from the editors of Rhode Island Monthly. The shop's basic tune-up begins with a safety check and frame wipe-down followed by an inspection designed to determine vintage and appellation. Experts skilled in two-wheelism then adjust bearings, tinker with wheel tension, inspect and lube the drive train, and align the brakes to enable unfettered pumping power.
The instructors at Kenpo Karate Institute strive to pass down the wisdom they were given by their mentor, the late Grandmaster S. George Pesare. In 1960, they began teaching karate classes to adults, many of their students becoming world class competitors. Today, kids take classes as well, learning the focus and discipline that can't be taught in thumb-wrestling classes. The staff also teaches specialty classes from time to time, such as women's combat and MMA fighting.
We are a nonprofit Family Community Center dedicated to peace, health, and safety through the practice of the arts. We offer cultural arts, martial arts, after-school programming, and Saturday programs to the community. We offer many scholarships to underserved children and families.
Carved through dense pine trees according to the vision of legendary course designer Donald Ross, Triggs Memorial Golf Course incorporates the natural terrain into a scenic 18-hole layout. The course begins with three long par 4s—demanding par 4s have become the course's calling card—making it a daunting layout for slow-starting swings and jet-lagged 9-irons. Flat terrain eases golfers into the round on the front nine, and more hilly terrain awaits on the back nine to complicate club selection and force the occasional above- or below-the-feet lie. Before finishing the round, players must again face down long par 4s on holes 17 and 18, each measuring more than 400 yards and marked by gentle curvature that renders shot shaping of prime importance.
After rounds, golfers can head to Yogi's Grill, where a menu of sandwiches, wraps, burgers, and 13 beers slakes appetites that haven't been spoiled by handfuls of savory greenside sand.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 72 course
Course rating of 72.0 from the farthest tees
Slope rating of 124 from the farthest tees
Three tee options