Nov
14
7:30 am07:30

Rivers and Lakes Century Ride

This ride is part of the Adirondack Ultra Challenge.  Enjoy a scenic late fall ride through Saratoga County that travels along the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers, as well as Saratoga and Ballston Lakes. 

Be sure to dress according to the conditions, and if you think you'll take more then 9 hours, you'll also need to bring your lights. This ride will be UNSUPPORTED on the road, but they will have food at the start and finish, along with Hammer Nutrition gels, drinks and bars to take along with you.

Same day registration will be available beginning one hour before the start.  

This ride will be held rain or shine, and entry fees are non refundable and non transferable.

Visit http://www.adkultracycling.com/challenge/rivers.htm for the registration and entry form and for more information!

Oct
25
9:00 am09:00

Tour de Bronx

Join 6,000 cyclists and hit the road for the Tour de Bronx, the largest free cycling event in New York State.

Presented by the Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. and Transportation Alternatives and produced by the Bronx Tourism Council, the Tour de Bronx promotes bicycling and pedestrian environmentally-friendly methods of travel.

Choose a 25 or 40 mile route through diverse and vibrant Bronx neighborhoods.

The 40 mile

This fast-paced ride goes through Pelham Bay Park, City Island, and the grounds of SUNY Maritime College. See the Bronx as you've never seen it before! The 40-mile ride is recommended for experienced cyclists comfortable riding in traffic.

The 25 mile

A leisurely ride that's great for every age and skill level. Enjoy Bronx Greenway bike paths, parklands, shoreline and more. Riders will be accompanied by marshals and NYPD escorts. This family-friendly ride is a great way to see the Bronx from behind your handlebars.

The 2015 tour starts at the Bronx County Building at Grand Concourse & 161st Street and ends with a music festival at the New York Botanical Garden

Register:

https://secure3.convio.net/ta/site/Ticketing?view=Tickets&id=102881&pw_id=3561&utm_source=bikenyc-register-button&utm_medium=internalWebAd&utm_content=&utm_campaign=2015DEVO

 

Oct
24
Oct 25

Haunted Hundred Overnight Century

Are you an experienced night rider? A day tripper that wants to go all night?

Join the Adirondack Ultra Challenge crew and other night owls on an all night, fun, friendly ride. The route will be a rolling loop through Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties and will go to frightening places like Bloody Pond, and Prospect Hill Cemetery, and past haunted houses, burial grounds, cemeteries, murder sites, zombie lands, battlefields and war monuments.

Required:

- Lights and reflective gear- make sure you have enough battery power to get you through the entire night (expect 8 - 10 hours of riding time).

- At least one headlight attached to your bike, two taillights (one steady, one flashing), reflective ankle bands and a reflective vest or reflective sash.

This ride will be UNSUPPORTED on the road, but will have food at the start and finish.

Start: 6 PM from 7 Pearl Street, SCHUYLERVILLE, NY. 

Same day registration will be available beginning one hour before the start.

For cost and registration information:

http://www.adkultracycling.com/challenge/haunted.htm

Oct
17
9:00 am09:00

Bike East

Join PurElements for Bike East, their second annual 15 mile bike tour of the East Brooklyn communities.

Bike East deems to utilize the healthy attributes of cycling as a health and community asset along with empowering and revitalizing members of the East Brooklyn communities and beyond.

To register to be a participant, volunteer, riding marshal, or to make a donation, go to: crowdrise.com/BikeEast2015. The ride is free but all contributions are accepted and tax deductible.

Please arrive by 7:30am at Stanley Ave between Schenck Ave and Hendrix St. East New York Brooklyn, 11207 for check in. Departure is at 9am

The tour will end at Stanley Ave, Brooklyn NY at 12pm.

Join them for our outdoor festivities afterwards.

Oct
11
9:00 am09:00

East Coast Greenway's Hudson Loop Ride 2015

Join the East Coast Greenway for a 20-mile loop bicycle ride from Pier 84 in Manhattan along the Hudson River Greenway north to and across the George Washington Bridge into NJ and then south along the Hudson River Greenway's NJ sections down to Hoboken.

Those needing to return to Manhattan may do so by Ferry, PATH train, or by cycling back over the GW Bridge. Each rider is responsible for the cost of their transportation back to Manhattan.

The ride will be at a very easy pace of between 8 and 10 MPH.

Cost: $20 donation, purchasing you a first year membership in the East Coast Greenway Association. This donation supports the ECGA's mission to create a 2,900 mile trail from Maine to Florida

For more info, check out the link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/d/manhattan-biking/east-coast-greenway%27s-hu...

There will be two starting points -

For NJ residents: Meet at the Hoboken 14th St. Ferry at 8:45AM to get the 9:02 ferry to NY (note, maximum of 10 bikes per ferry, next ferry is at 9:22AM).

For NY residents: Meet at Bike and Roll at Pier 84 @ 43rd St. and 12th Ave in Manhattan at 9:00AM.They will leave from Pier 84 at 9:30AM.

END: Hoboken, NJ or Manhattan, NY
 

 

Oct
10
12:00 pm12:00

Rally for a Pedestrian & Bike Path on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

Since the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge was built more than 50 years ago, elected officials and community leaders from both Brooklyn and Staten Island have called for a connecting path for people on foot and on bike.

New York has the chance to make this long-awaited path a reality thanks to a current construction project.

Join Transportation Alternatives and the Harbor Ring Committee at the foot of the bridge as they rally in support of building a pedestrian and bicycling path on the Verrazano.

RSVP at: http://my.transalt.org/site/Calendar?id=102902&view=RSVP&autologin=true&pw_id=2961&utm_source=harbor-ring-rally-email-sep-29-2015&utm_medium=email&utm_content=version3&utm_campaign=2015ADVO-Harbor-Ring

 

Oct
10
9:00 am09:00

LifeCycle RIdes: Coney Island Meet up!

Join the LifeCycle Biking team and the organizers of the Brooklyn Bicycle Club this Saturday, October 10th for a leisurely ride to Coney Island. 

We'll meet on Ocean Parkway and E 8th St in Kensington at 9am to bike down to Surf Ave in Coney Island. Depending on the wind we can ride the boardwalk, possibly beginning or ending the ride with a few laps around Prospect park.

From Kensington to Coney Island is about 5.5 - 7.6 miles each way, with mostly flat terrain, depending on the route we choose.

RSVP at info@lifecyclebiking.com. See you there!

Happy Cycling!

Oct
9
12:30 pm12:30

Basic Maintenance and Flat Fixes with 718 Cyclery

This free class covers basic points of do-it-yourself maintenance to get you self-sufficient with your bike.

The classes are based on an informal lecture style, with attendees gathered around our central work space. Feel free to bring your bike...After class, feel free to throw your bike up in the stand to discuss with our mechanics further.

Event Location: 718 Cyclery

Address: 254 3rd Ave

City: Brooklyn
 

Oct
3
6:30 am06:30

Actavis CF Cycle for Life

Join the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's for their annual Cycle for Life event in Riverhead, NY. It is a fully-supported ride with route options of 32, 62 & 100 miles. Breakfast is included, as well as fully stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, bike mechanics for bicycle maintenance, ride marshals to cheer you along the way and a cycle post party,

This event empowers participants to take action and demonstrate their fight in finding a cure for cystic fibrosis in a tangible, emotional and powerful way.

Cost: $25 registration fee plus $250 fundraising pledge

Location: Splish Splash 2549 Splish Splash Drive Calverton, NY 11933

Call (516) 827-1290 for more info.

 

Sep
26
8:00 am08:00

Rapha CCNYC's Saturday Club Ride

Join the Rapha Saturday Club ride as they ride up the Hudson River, over the George Washington Bridge, and through New Jersey and New York state toward Nyack, NY. This 50-60 mile ride is beautiful, and there are options to split off if you are not able to complete the full ride.

  • Time: Meet at CCNYC at 8:30am, depart at 9am, 64 Gansevoort St
  • Pace: The pace is recreational, while spirited at times, it is a no-drop ride to accommodate most road rider’s ability.
  • Requirements: For your enjoyment road bikes, helmets and foot retention are required. Please remember to bring flat changing tools and an extra tube. Riding snacks and water are also strongly suggested.

Join the CCNYC Strava Club for route details or check on @raphacycleclub on Instagram or Twitter for updates.

 

Sep
25
Sep 27

Braking AIDS Ride

Join LifeCycle Biking founder Amber Drew as she helps raise money for HIV/AIDS services benefiting Housing Works, Inc.  She is completing a 285 mile ride from Boston to NYC. Contact us if you'd like to ride with her, donate, or want more information.  

Sep
24
6:30 pm18:30

Women and Trans Repair Class

Join Time's Up at their Brooklyn space at 99 South 6th Street in The Burg at 630pm for their Women and Trans Repair Class.

Come learn the basics of bicycle repair from female mechanics at their workshop designed by and for women. No previous experience with bicycle repair required.  Each week a different topic is featured.

Class is free to attend.

For more info go to : http://times-up.org/node/1169/1425598200/event#sthash.v6WPIMoj.dpuf

Sep
23
5:30 pm17:30

Time's Up Brooklyn Bike Workshop

Join Time's Up at their Brooklyn space at 99 South 6th Street in The Burg between 5:30 to 8:30pm on Sundays and Wednesdays for their 'Fix Your Own Bike Workshop.' 

Open shop--use their tools and stands to work on your bike. Experienced mechanics will be present to answer questions, but you do the work.

All workshops and classes are free, however donations are welcome.  

Sep
13
7:30 am07:30

NYC Century Bike Tour

The NYC Century Bike Tour is a ride that you can customize to challenge yourself based on your cycling level.  However, any route that you choose has been carefully designed with your safety and enjoyment in mind. You will be fully supported by marshals and mechanics along the route and there will be food and drinks at rest stops. On ride day all riders will receive a commemorative t-shirt and water bottle. Choose from 35, 55, 75, and 100-mile rides.

Visit http://www.nyccentury.org for more information!

Sep
13
6:00 am06:00

Montauk Legends Ride

This ride will be traveling from Prospect Park to the Montauk lighthouse with SAG support. There will be two rest stops and they are providing Gatorade, water and food. This is an A ride with no drops, speeds averaging between 18 mph and 25 + mph. The ride will include a meal at the end of the ride and transportation for you and your bicycle back to Brooklyn.

Cost is $55.

For more information, visit http://www.majortaylorironriders.com/event/montauk-legends-ride-2014/?instance_id=329791