The Tour de Bronx

The Largest Free Cycling Event in New York City

  • Choose a 25- or 40-mile route
  • Every skill level welcome
  • Neighborhoods, historic districts, waterfronts and more
  • Free bike helmets for first 100 kids
  • Lunch & power snacks on the house
  • Tour de Bronx jazz festival at the end of the ride

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Tour de Bronx

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Sunday, October 22 The Bronx Borough President and Transportation Alternatives’ Tour de Bronx Rain date: Sunday, October 29. Bicyclists love the Bronx. The Tour de Bronx loves them back: No entry fees; the Tour de Bronx is FREE! Register Online Today! Lunch & power snacks are on us! Ride marshals and police escorts provide a […]

Weekend Fun: Park(ing) Day Redux, Tour de Bronx

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The weather should be ideal for two livable streets events set for this weekend. Tomorrow from noon to 6 p.m., Park(ing) Day Redux will recreate several of the "most inspired" spots from this year’s event for a block party in front of Eyebeam Art + Technology Center on 21st Street between 10th and 11th Avenue. […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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It’s a quiet week on the calendar, highlighted by Sunday’s Tour de Bronx. History buffs may also consider stopping by the New York City Transit Museum on Sunday for a look back at the last day of the Myrtle Avenue El, which departed Borough Hall for the final time in October 1969. Wednesday: Transportation Alternatives […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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Sunday’s Tour de Queens is shaping up to be the big event on this week’s Streetsblog Calendar. Transportation Alternatives will also offer opportunities for residents of the Bronx and Manhattan to get involved in improving their neighborhood streets. Tuesday: Transportation Alternatives East Side Committee Meeting. Transportation Alternatives is kicking off an exciting new campaign focused […]

The Tour de Bronx

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Sunday morning was the Tour de Bronx. An estimated 5,000 riders took to the streets. The highlight of the ride was the trip along a car-free Sheridan Expressway. The South Bronx River Watershed Alliance, a coalition of community groups and citywide organizations believes that the 1.25 mile stretch of road along the Bronx River can […]