Bicycle Ride: New York City Century

One of New York City’s premier bike rides supports the work of Transportation Alternatives. Ride between 15 and 100 miles through the streets of New York City with 5,000 other riders from around the world.

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The Sixth Annual Memorial Ride and Walk

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On Sunday, the NYC Street Memorial Project held the 6th Annual Memorial Ride and Walk. According to the New York City Department of Transportation, 151 pedestrians and 18 bicyclists were killed on the streets of New York City in 2010. Participants called for stronger measures to reduce traffic fatalities. The ride culminated by installing a “Ghost […]

NY Jewish Environmental Bike Ride

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Labor Day weekend, September 1 – 4.Hazon’s Sixth annual New York Jewish Environmental Bike Ride. Registration $175. Join us for the 6th New York Jewish Environmental Bike Ride to raise money for cutting-edge Jewish environmental education, in the US and in Israel. The ride includes an amazing two-day Shabbat Retreat at the beautiful Isabella Freedman […]

Why Jamal Rides

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Here’s the second portrait in Streetsblog’s weekly “Why I Ride” series. Jamal is a writer and painter working under the name Livingroom Johnston. He has been riding in New York city for years. Formerly a professional skateboarder and bike messenger, Jamal now prefers the softer, more relaxed ride of this Iron Horse beach cruiser. To the […]

Critical Mass, West Coast Style

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Will of OnNYTurf was in San Francisco on June 30 for a wedding, and stopped by their Critical Mass ride.  He found it to be a mellow event compared with our version: No chanting, no bike lifts, and, get this, no arrests!  It was well attended, with about 800 riders, and of course, it was great exercize. [T]he San […]