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Employment History


Pinardville Business Association


Pinardville Business Association


Alternative Bike Shop


Jake's Bike Shop


Alternative Bike Shop

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The Goffstown News Archives, Aug. 16, 2001 [cached]

Pinardville resident Ryan Belanger said he has received the mailings from Manchester for several years.

Belanger said it was "immoral" for Manchester to send Goffstown residents auto registrations, and he has refused to pay them.Belanger, president of the Pinardville Business Association, opposed the move towards one zip code for the town, at the time saying that the Manchester zip code attracted business from the city.

The Goffstown News Archives, Nov. 11, 1999 [cached]

Ryan Belanger, chairman of the Pinardville Business Association, said the group wants to be a part of Goffstown and not set apart from it.


Alternative Bike was started in the winter of 1992 by Ryan G. Belanger as a way to live his life with purpose. Being tired of always getting in trouble Ryan discovered bicycling as the vehicle to a better life. After thousands of miles riding and losing 50lbs and realizing his physical potential Ryan found a new sense of emotional peace.

With this new found direction and purpose Ryan realized his joy for cycling was something positive he could share with others. First he tried to reach out to the local cycling community, but was turned away because he did not fit the ideal image of a cyclist, as a result no one in the bicycle business would hire this rebellious, 17 year old with no experience who eats too much. So with out a job and his new passion Ryan thought, "what a great opportunity to start a business?"
Driven to prove himself, the support of his family and a great deal of hard work he started Alternative Bike Shop in the winter of 1992. First he printed business cards and set up shop in his Mother's basement by painted the floor and putting up two sheets of pegboard and there it was his very first bike shop. He then decided to tell everyone about his big idea of creating a bike shop that was accepting of all those interested in cycling.
After relocating the shop several times to the current location and a loan of $750.00 he had enough money to place his first order of 3 Pink Mtn. Bikes and a few small parts on closeout. For days all he could think about was the big order from the bike company. But the day it arrived there was a very serious problem, a 45 foot tractor trailer was parked in his Mother's driveway and driver refused to leave unless he took the entire order, which listed 21 bikes and some small parts. This was too much to handle how could Ryan, a junior in high school pay for $5000.00 worth of bikes and get this truck out of his mother parking spot before she got home? The answer very logical, Ryan called everyone in his family and sold them a pink bike. Needless to say the company intentionally over shipped the order and gave Ryan time to pay the bill. Within two weeks, Ryan sold everyone in his family a bike and by the end of that year Ryan sold over $75,000.00 in bikes and parts.
Eight years later, Ryan had a business that was a very positive and busy place in the local community. Working 100 plus hour weeks he could not keep up with the demands of this growing business, feeling overwhelmed frustrated Ryan was ready to quit, he knew the business needed more then he could give of himself. He knew cycling had a tremendously positive effect on those he helped so he was compelled to create a vision that others would want to embrace as their own.

"We're going to be able to ... [cached]

"We're going to be able to ride our bikes from Manchester to the Massachusetts border in the next couple of years," said Ryan Belanger, owner of Alternative Bikes in Goffstown and Jake's Bike Shop in Manchester.Personnel from the bike shops will be helping out at the tour with technical expertise, and raffling off a few bikes.

Each cyclist must pay a $25 registration fee and then raise $125 to ride in the tour.
Belanger has volunteered time working on bettering area trails, most of which are abandoned train lines that crisscross the state.The fact that the money will go back to the trails is one of the main reasons why he signed up to support the ride.

The Goffstown News Archives, Aug. 17, 2000 [cached]

"From a business standpoint, it is better for businesses to keep their Manchester address," said Ryan Belanger, owner of Alternative Bike Shop.

Belanger, also president of the Pinardville Business Association, said he couldn't speak for the group but a lot of businesses wanted to keep their Manchester address to continue drawing business from the Queen City.
Selectman Phil D'Avanza said the fire and police departments have concerns.
"We still have health and safety issues," said D'Avanza, adding, "Other towns did not have to base it (changing a ZIP code) on a survey."

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