NYC Five Borough Bike Tour

02Feb09

NYC Five Borough Bike Tour

This fills up quick so I am putting the word out now. Reblog if you’re going to attend (or comment below!). Hope to see you there!

There are 42 miles of adventure ahead on May 3, when you can ride car-free through New York City! Join 30,000 cyclists for the largest recreational cycling event in America. Registration is limited, so act fast to assure yourself of a spot and save money by registering early. Entry Details and Registration >

The journey starts in Lower Manhattan. You’ll head north through the heart of Manhattan to Central Park and continue on to historic Harlem and the Bronx, returning south along the East River on the FDR Drive. From there you’ll cross into Queens and then Brooklyn, where cyclists take over the highway before making the thrilling climb up—and down—the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to Staten Island. The route is 42 miles, mostly flat except for the bridges. Route Details >

New Charity Program

Would your charity like to raise funds by participating in the TD Five Boro Bike Tour? Check out our new program of charitable admissions to the Tour. Charity Entries >

Need a Bike?

Bike and Roll NYC is the preferred rental partner for the TD Bank Five Boro Bike Tour and your key to a hassle-free day. With a Bike & Roll rental package you get:

  • Your choice of Trek bicycles—hybrid, road, and kids bikes available.
  • Bike delivered to the start or picked up beforehand, tuned up and ready to go.
  • Bike drop-off on Staten Island, so you don’t have to wait in the bike line for the ferry.

Click here for details and reservations. Early reservation is recommended as some sizes and styles are limited.”

[via NYC Tumbls]

Might I also add that for those worried about the length or pace of the ride, it is rather leisurely and friendly to all. This is no race.

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2 Responses to “NYC Five Borough Bike Tour”

  1. hope i can make it this year…

  2. 2 matt

    I was wondering if anyone has come across a promo code for the ride that would save any money…


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