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2017-04-23Tour de Staten Island35, 508:00 AMFlagship Brewery, Staten Island,NYTransportation Alternatives
The Tour de Staten Island is a friendly, non-competitive ride. Cycle through diverse Staten Island on the cusp of spring. Both the 35 and 50 mile routes cover some of the most breathtaking – and lesser known – spots of Staten Island. Rest stops include some of Staten Island’s most bucolic and stunning spots: Freshkills Park, Great Kills Park, Historic Richmond Town and the oceanfront with its striking views of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and New York Harbor.

Invite your friends and family to cheer for you along the route! There are no road closures so riders are asked to please stay to the right of the road. Be sure to ride at a safe speed and obey traffic laws at all times. We ride rain or shine. Limit of 2,000 riders.

Registration now open - early bird pricing discounts in effect for both members and the general public!
2017-04-29Muddy Onion Spring Classic Dirt Ride19, 359:30 AMOnion River Sports, Montpelier,VTOnion River
Celebrate early spring in true Vermont style and come explore New England’s most beautiful, scenic and iconic dirt roads at this 34-mile fully-supported gravel ride. Then stick around afterwards for our famous post-ride barbecue—complimentary with registration! As for the ride itself, expect no less than chocolate-covered bacon, maple syrup shots, early season burning legs, and a little gravel magic along the way…see you all Saturday, April 29th!

2017-04-30Opening Day Yonkers Bike Club12:00 PMRedmond Field, Yonkers,NY
Please join the Yonkers Bike Club for our one of many events, please refer to www.yonkersbikeclub.org for additional details.
2017-05-07TD 5 Boro Bike Tour407:00 AMLower Manhattan/Battery Park,NY
REGISTRATION OPENS JAN 10 at 12PM and most likely will sell out within a few days!

On the first Sunday in May, 32,000 cyclists of all skill levels come from around the world to roll through every borough of New York City on streets totally free of cars. For one day, the roads are yours, the bridges are yours, the City is yours—there’s no better way to experience the Big Apple. Produced in conjunction with the City of New York, the TD Five Boro Bike Tour Presented by REI is the largest charitable bike ride in the U.S., with proceeds funding our free bike education programs.
2017-05-07TD Five boro Bike Tour supporting Alzheimer's Association40 miles12:00 AMStaten Island,NYLucy Denardo
Support the Alzheimer's Association and participate in the TD 5 borough bike tour.

The Alzheimer’s Association has seven slots available for the TD 5 Boro Bike Tour on May 7.
The slots guarantee automatic entry into the tour.
Fundraising minimum is $1,000.
Contact ldenardo@alz.org or
call 646. 793. 4862
2017-05-18
2017-05-20
Greenbrier Trail Bike Trek100 mile Trek12:00 AMMarlinton,WVChaste Barclay
The Greenbrier River Trail Bike Trek offers an exciting 3 day, 100 mile rail to trail adventure with unforgettable mountain scenery. We ride for healthy air and healthy lungs- participants do what they love while supporting a great cause! During the event, the ALA provides lodging, food, and transportation. Bike mechanics and medical groups also ride with the group during the entire trip.
2017-05-20Tour of the Battenkill75 MilesGreenwich,NY1.413.314.DIRT
America's largest one-day Pro/Am cycling race. Racers compete over 65+ miles of rolling terrain on both dirt and paved roads as they travel through the world famous Battenkill Valley. Set in early spring, the race courses includes covered bridges, family farms, and rural villages along the many challenging backcountry roads that traverse Southern Washington County, New York.

The 2015 edition played host to nearly 3,000 amateur and professional cyclists from throughout North America and 15 countries.

Gran Fondo - 75 Miles - Limited to 500 participants
2017-05-21Tour de LymeAshlawn Farm, Lyme,CT
8, 26, 35, and 59 mile routes. Registration Opens February 1, 2017.
2017-05-21Bloomin' MetricSherwood Island State Park, Westport,CT
27, 48 and 63 mi. routes. Registration opens January 15, 2017.
2017-05-21The Farmer's Daughter Gravel Grinder65 mi9:00 AMColumbia County Fairgrounds, 182 Hudson Ave., Chatham,NY
Registration Opens 2/1/17.

The Farmer's Daughter Gravel Grinder is a non-competitive "gravel Gran Fondo" of 100 K, approximately 65 miles long, almost entirely on dirt roads with some sections of off-road thrown in as well. You'll ride through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Northeast, with plenty of climbing, and plenty of fun descents to match. The ride, named after the Chatham Brewery's ale born and brewed in Columbia County in beautiful upstate New York offers a challenging course with rewards at the finish. A selection of gourmet food truck vendors will be at the finish area to allow riders to relax and replenish after a long ride. All riders 21 years or older completing the ride will receive a coupon for one free pint of Chatham Brewery's Farmer's Daughter Ale.

Proceeds from the Farmer's Daughter Gravel Grinder benefit the Columbia Land Conservancy.
2017-06-01
2017-06-04
Ride for Homes/Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia50-759:00 AMValley Forge,PASarah Mussoline
Join Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia for the best bike tour of the year! Pedal through beautiful Lancaster County to support building and repairing homes in partnership with families in need of decent, affordable housing. The Ride for Homes is a fully supported, friendly, and non-competitive bike tour. Each day consists of roughly 50 miles of riding, with an optional bonus loop of 15-20 miles/day.

Registration is $100.
Fundraising required ($1200).
Registration capped at 40 riders and closes by April 30, 2017.
2017-06-03Pedal to Preserve6,20, and 51 miles7:00 AMGarden Spot Village 433 South Kinzer Avenue New Holland, PA 17557,PAKaren Dickerson
With distances of 6, 20, and 51 miles, these three leisure biking routes provide scenic views of more than 75 preserved farms in the heart of Lancaster County, PA’s Amish country. For families, novice riders, and experienced cyclists, this event offers fun for all ages and abilities!

Pedal to Preserve 2017 is a leisure ride, not a race. Marked routes, SAG support, coffee, breakfast snacks, rest stops, and lunch are included in your registration. All proceeds benefit the Trust and farmland preservation.

Time: Registration begins at 7 AM, Rolling departures on your own, 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. for all three rides (6, 20, and 51 mile). All riders must depart by 9 a.m.

Register here: http://www.lancasterfarmlandtrust.org/PedaltoPreserve/index.html
Pre-registration - $40.00
Day of Registration - $50.00
Preservation Partner - $60.00
2017-06-10Revolutionary Ramble12:00 AMDrew University, 36 Madison Ave., Madison,NJ
9th annual Revolutionary Ramble cycling tour includes rides for 10 (novice and family ride), 25,35,50,65,100
100 milers start at 7AM. Charity fund raiser benefits local volunteer first aid squads.
Fully supported with SAG and ride marshals, road arrows, cues, .gpx and .tcx files
Beautiful New Jersey countryside. Registration Feb 1. $55. Prices increase on 2/16.

Go to www.rambleride.org for details and registration.
2017-06-17The RIDE For Our Vets25-miles, 50-miles a7:00 AMPoint72 headquarters- 72 Cummings Point Road, Stamford,CTEmilie Latainer
The RIDE For Our Vets is a charity bike ride benefiting the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center. With 25-, 50- and 100-mile routes, there is truly something for every cyclist! The route descriptions are found below:

100-Mile Route – The Old Glory Route: Possibly the most scenic century in the Northeast. This challenging route tackles beautiful Pound Ridge, NY and the western Connecticut backwoods, with long stretches on country lanes and a loop around the peerless Saugatuck Reservoir.

50-Mile Route – The Reservoir Ramble: This hilly route, studded with crystal-clear reservoirs, traverses suburban and country roads. Bring your camera!

25-Mile Route – The Stamford Loop: Stamford’s more than corporate headquarters! You’re in for a treat on this tour of leafy Fairfield County. Cozy neighborhoods, park views and abundant greenery await.

Participants have a $75 registration fee and a $200 fundraising minimum

Register today and help the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center change veterans lives!
2017-06-24
2017-06-25
THE Ride for Mental Health25, 50, 100 miles12:00 AMNew Paltz,NYMalcolm Dorris
THE Ride for Mental Health is a charity bike ride that takes place on Saturday and Sunday, June 24th and 25th, 2017 in New Paltz, NY. The course will take you through an area that has wonderful views and terrain.

Free dinner, cocktail hour, and music on Saturday evening for the first 150 riders to register at the Mohonk Preserve, a spectacular location with stunning views of the Catskills. Register before March 31st for just $75 ($100 after March 31st)!

Proceeds from THE Ride will be donated to McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, for education, research and treatment of mental illness including anxiety, borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders and substance abuse. Minimum pledge amount is $1,000.

THE Ride is looking for both riders and volunteers for its inaugural year! Sign up today at http://www.ericsride.org/
2017-06-25Discover Hudson Valley RideVictor C. Waryas Park in Poughkeepsie,NY
15, 33, 55, 75 and 100 mi. routes. Registration opens [date not yet announced]. In the past, all routes for this ride have included the Walkway Over The Hudson, which offers spectacular views up and down the river while crossing the world's longest pedestrian bridge. This is a "Bike New York" event, organized by the same folks who organize the TD Five Boro Bike Tour.
2017-07-09
2017-07-16
Cycle the Erie Canal40-60 miles per dayBuffalo,NY
Multi-day ride along the Erie Canal towpath from Buffalo to Albany. About 80% on trail, mixed stone, dirt, some paved; about 20% on local roads. A camping trip (limited motel options), luggage trucked each day to destination. Group breakfast and dinners available. Typical attendance 500-800 riders. Four-day and two-day options available

http://ptny.org/cycle-the-erie-canal/annual-bike-tour
2017-07-09Tour of Putnam14, 26, 628:00 AMPutnam County Veterans Memorial Park, Carmel 10512,NYPawling Cycle and Sport
A recreational Road Ride with a choice of 3 different loops: 14mi, 26mi and 62mi/metric century, all showcasing the beauty of Putnam County.
2017-07-22JAMFund Grand FUNdo39-789:30 AMBlack Birch Vineyards 155 Glendale Road, Southampton,MA
Ride your bike with U.S. National Cyclocross Champion Jeremy Powers and the JAM Fund Cycling Team during the Grand Fundo-- a challenging one-day bike ride through the scenic Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. We have three great rides all starting at 9:30 a.m. from the Black Birch Vineyards. The rides are fully supported with multiple rest stops, our famous ice cream truck, SRAM support vehicles and a sag wagon to pick up stragglers. The route has spectacular views and plenty of gravel sections. Immediately after the Fundo, stick around for the pig roast and raffle where you can win awesome prizes. All registered riders will get swag to remember this special day.

All the proceeds from the event go to the Jam Fund program, devoted to helping young, enthusiastic cyclists become professional athletes.
2017-07-23
2017-07-29
The Great Big FANY Ride500 total, approx 706:30 AMNiagara Falls, NY,NYKaren J. Empie
The 17th Annual FANY Ride will again bike 500 miles Across New York. We average 70 miles per day (or 35 mi/day with Sore FANY.) Primarily a camping tour, but we also have a luxurious Comfy Camper option and a hotel option too! Ride with bikers who are serious about having fun. LOTS OF FUN! LOTS OF HILLS! Often affectionately called "summer camp for grown-ups" come earn your bragging rights ... we usually climb 20,000'- 25,000' in the week. Sign up and get on road SAG support, daily gear transfer, breathtaking scenery, marked routes & paper cue sheets, digital cues via Ride With GPS, a stunning souvenir T-shirt and a week's worth of fun with like minded bikers. (Sorry, whiners need not apply.) www.FANYride.com

The Great Big FANY Ride makes a donation to The Double H Ranch, a camp for children living with life threatening children, and encourages voluntary donations but no pledges are required.

FANY collaborates with the New York Bicycling Coalition that helps transform streets and communities throughout New York State into safer and more enjoyable places to bike.
2017-07-30Harlem Valley Rail RideMillerton,NY
23, 33, 45, 57, 72, and 80 mi. routes, plus two century routes.
2017-09-16New York Cycle Club 2017 Escape New York Ride25, 50, 65, and 1007:00 AMSakura Park - 122nd Street & Riverside Drive, Manhattan,NYEscape New York Marketing & Promotion
Enjoy the support and hospitality of the New York Cycle Club (NYCC) as we go all out to deliver a food-filled, fun-filled and fabulous day of riding to our friends in the cycling community.

Proceeds benefit Recycle-A-Bicycle’s Kids Ride Club and I Challenge Myself, two local NYC charities that help local at-risk youth through cycling, healthy living, and nutrition.

We will jumpstart your ride with a breakfast that offers plenty of carbs and coffee to get you going. Along the route re-fuel and meet NYCC members at our well-stocked rest stops. After completing your ride, celebrate your accomplishment at our post-ride festival, featuring food, entertainment, and a raffle with exceptional prizes. Don’t forget to check out our Sponsor Village for product information, giveaways, and discounts.

Choose one of four clearly-marked routes that will take you over the George Washington Bridge and into the West Hudson Highlands of Bergen and Rockland Counties:

1. Century Challenge, 100 miles. Are you an experienced rider looking to conquer new territory? Climb over 5,000 feet while completing a full century through charming towns and beautiful countryside that takes you to the edge of Harriman State Park.
2. Rockland Roll, 65 miles. Is a metric century more your style? Triumph over 3,000 feet of elevation gain as you wind your way up hill and down dale to scenic Rockland Lake State Park.
3. Piermont Pleasures, 50 miles. Do you prefer a “touring” approach to cycling? Enjoy the scenery on our half century excursion to the historic village of Piermont on the Hudson.
4. Bergen Spin, 25 miles. New to cycling? Is this your first time riding outside of the Hudson Greenway or Central Park? Expand your horizons as you amble through the leafy suburbs of Bergen County.

All registrants over the age of 18 who aren't already New York Cycle Club members will receive a free trial membership! From August 1 through December 31, 2017, enjoy great club benefits including member-led training rides in the tri-state area; access to an extensive ride library; monthly club meetings featuring exciting speakers; fun social events; discounts at local bike shops; and more.

https://nycc.org/eny2017

Date Name Distances Start Location Contact
2017-04-23Tour de Staten Island35, 508:00 AMFlagship Brewery, Staten Island,NYTransportation Alternatives
The Tour de Staten Island is a friendly, non-competitive ride. Cycle through diverse Staten Island on the cusp of spring. Both the 35 and 50 mile routes cover some of the most breathtaking – and lesser known – spots of Staten Island. Rest stops include some of Staten Island’s most bucolic and stunning spots: Freshkills Park, Great Kills Park, Historic Richmond Town and the oceanfront with its striking views of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and New York Harbor.

Invite your friends and family to cheer for you along the route! There are no road closures so riders are asked to please stay to the right of the road. Be sure to ride at a safe speed and obey traffic laws at all times. We ride rain or shine. Limit of 2,000 riders.

Registration now open - early bird pricing discounts in effect for both members and the general public!
2017-04-29Muddy Onion Spring Classic Dirt Ride19, 359:30 AMOnion River Sports, Montpelier,VTOnion River
Celebrate early spring in true Vermont style and come explore New England’s most beautiful, scenic and iconic dirt roads at this 34-mile fully-supported gravel ride. Then stick around afterwards for our famous post-ride barbecue—complimentary with registration! As for the ride itself, expect no less than chocolate-covered bacon, maple syrup shots, early season burning legs, and a little gravel magic along the way…see you all Saturday, April 29th!

2017-05-07TD 5 Boro Bike Tour407:00 AMLower Manhattan/Battery Park,NY
REGISTRATION OPENS JAN 10 at 12PM and most likely will sell out within a few days!

On the first Sunday in May, 32,000 cyclists of all skill levels come from around the world to roll through every borough of New York City on streets totally free of cars. For one day, the roads are yours, the bridges are yours, the City is yours—there’s no better way to experience the Big Apple. Produced in conjunction with the City of New York, the TD Five Boro Bike Tour Presented by REI is the largest charitable bike ride in the U.S., with proceeds funding our free bike education programs.
2017-05-07TD Five boro Bike Tour supporting Alzheimer's Association40 miles12:00 AMStaten Island,NYLucy Denardo
Support the Alzheimer's Association and participate in the TD 5 borough bike tour.

The Alzheimer’s Association has seven slots available for the TD 5 Boro Bike Tour on May 7.
The slots guarantee automatic entry into the tour.
Fundraising minimum is $1,000.
Contact ldenardo@alz.org or
call 646. 793. 4862
2017-05-21Tour de LymeAshlawn Farm, Lyme,CT
8, 26, 35, and 59 mile routes. Registration Opens February 1, 2017.
2017-05-21Bloomin' MetricSherwood Island State Park, Westport,CT
27, 48 and 63 mi. routes. Registration opens January 15, 2017.
2017-05-21The Farmer's Daughter Gravel Grinder65 mi9:00 AMColumbia County Fairgrounds, 182 Hudson Ave., Chatham,NY
Registration Opens 2/1/17.

The Farmer's Daughter Gravel Grinder is a non-competitive "gravel Gran Fondo" of 100 K, approximately 65 miles long, almost entirely on dirt roads with some sections of off-road thrown in as well. You'll ride through some of the most beautiful scenery in the Northeast, with plenty of climbing, and plenty of fun descents to match. The ride, named after the Chatham Brewery's ale born and brewed in Columbia County in beautiful upstate New York offers a challenging course with rewards at the finish. A selection of gourmet food truck vendors will be at the finish area to allow riders to relax and replenish after a long ride. All riders 21 years or older completing the ride will receive a coupon for one free pint of Chatham Brewery's Farmer's Daughter Ale.

Proceeds from the Farmer's Daughter Gravel Grinder benefit the Columbia Land Conservancy.
2017-06-25Discover Hudson Valley RideVictor C. Waryas Park in Poughkeepsie,NY
15, 33, 55, 75 and 100 mi. routes. Registration opens [date not yet announced]. In the past, all routes for this ride have included the Walkway Over The Hudson, which offers spectacular views up and down the river while crossing the world's longest pedestrian bridge. This is a "Bike New York" event, organized by the same folks who organize the TD Five Boro Bike Tour.
2017-07-09
2017-07-16
Cycle the Erie Canal40-60 miles per dayBuffalo,NY
Multi-day ride along the Erie Canal towpath from Buffalo to Albany. About 80% on trail, mixed stone, dirt, some paved; about 20% on local roads. A camping trip (limited motel options), luggage trucked each day to destination. Group breakfast and dinners available. Typical attendance 500-800 riders. Four-day and two-day options available

http://ptny.org/cycle-the-erie-canal/annual-bike-tour
2017-07-09Tour of Putnam14, 26, 628:00 AMPutnam County Veterans Memorial Park, Carmel 10512,NYPawling Cycle and Sport
A recreational Road Ride with a choice of 3 different loops: 14mi, 26mi and 62mi/metric century, all showcasing the beauty of Putnam County.
2017-07-22JAMFund Grand FUNdo39-789:30 AMBlack Birch Vineyards 155 Glendale Road, Southampton,MA
Ride your bike with U.S. National Cyclocross Champion Jeremy Powers and the JAM Fund Cycling Team during the Grand Fundo-- a challenging one-day bike ride through the scenic Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. We have three great rides all starting at 9:30 a.m. from the Black Birch Vineyards. The rides are fully supported with multiple rest stops, our famous ice cream truck, SRAM support vehicles and a sag wagon to pick up stragglers. The route has spectacular views and plenty of gravel sections. Immediately after the Fundo, stick around for the pig roast and raffle where you can win awesome prizes. All registered riders will get swag to remember this special day.

All the proceeds from the event go to the Jam Fund program, devoted to helping young, enthusiastic cyclists become professional athletes.
2017-07-23
2017-07-29
The Great Big FANY Ride500 total, approx 706:30 AMNiagara Falls, NY,NYKaren J. Empie
The 17th Annual FANY Ride will again bike 500 miles Across New York. We average 70 miles per day (or 35 mi/day with Sore FANY.) Primarily a camping tour, but we also have a luxurious Comfy Camper option and a hotel option too! Ride with bikers who are serious about having fun. LOTS OF FUN! LOTS OF HILLS! Often affectionately called "summer camp for grown-ups" come earn your bragging rights ... we usually climb 20,000'- 25,000' in the week. Sign up and get on road SAG support, daily gear transfer, breathtaking scenery, marked routes & paper cue sheets, digital cues via Ride With GPS, a stunning souvenir T-shirt and a week's worth of fun with like minded bikers. (Sorry, whiners need not apply.) www.FANYride.com

The Great Big FANY Ride makes a donation to The Double H Ranch, a camp for children living with life threatening children, and encourages voluntary donations but no pledges are required.

FANY collaborates with the New York Bicycling Coalition that helps transform streets and communities throughout New York State into safer and more enjoyable places to bike.
2017-07-30Harlem Valley Rail RideMillerton,NY
23, 33, 45, 57, 72, and 80 mi. routes, plus two century routes.
2017-09-16New York Cycle Club 2017 Escape New York Ride25, 50, 65, and 1007:00 AMSakura Park - 122nd Street & Riverside Drive, Manhattan,NYEscape New York Marketing & Promotion
Enjoy the support and hospitality of the New York Cycle Club (NYCC) as we go all out to deliver a food-filled, fun-filled and fabulous day of riding to our friends in the cycling community.

Proceeds benefit Recycle-A-Bicycle’s Kids Ride Club and I Challenge Myself, two local NYC charities that help local at-risk youth through cycling, healthy living, and nutrition.

We will jumpstart your ride with a breakfast that offers plenty of carbs and coffee to get you going. Along the route re-fuel and meet NYCC members at our well-stocked rest stops. After completing your ride, celebrate your accomplishment at our post-ride festival, featuring food, entertainment, and a raffle with exceptional prizes. Don’t forget to check out our Sponsor Village for product information, giveaways, and discounts.

Choose one of four clearly-marked routes that will take you over the George Washington Bridge and into the West Hudson Highlands of Bergen and Rockland Counties:

1. Century Challenge, 100 miles. Are you an experienced rider looking to conquer new territory? Climb over 5,000 feet while completing a full century through charming towns and beautiful countryside that takes you to the edge of Harriman State Park.
2. Rockland Roll, 65 miles. Is a metric century more your style? Triumph over 3,000 feet of elevation gain as you wind your way up hill and down dale to scenic Rockland Lake State Park.
3. Piermont Pleasures, 50 miles. Do you prefer a “touring” approach to cycling? Enjoy the scenery on our half century excursion to the historic village of Piermont on the Hudson.
4. Bergen Spin, 25 miles. New to cycling? Is this your first time riding outside of the Hudson Greenway or Central Park? Expand your horizons as you amble through the leafy suburbs of Bergen County.

All registrants over the age of 18 who aren't already New York Cycle Club members will receive a free trial membership! From August 1 through December 31, 2017, enjoy great club benefits including member-led training rides in the tri-state area; access to an extensive ride library; monthly club meetings featuring exciting speakers; fun social events; discounts at local bike shops; and more.

https://nycc.org/eny2017

Date Name Distances Start Location Contact
2017-05-18
2017-05-20
Greenbrier Trail Bike Trek100 mile Trek12:00 AMMarlinton,WVChaste Barclay
The Greenbrier River Trail Bike Trek offers an exciting 3 day, 100 mile rail to trail adventure with unforgettable mountain scenery. We ride for healthy air and healthy lungs- participants do what they love while supporting a great cause! During the event, the ALA provides lodging, food, and transportation. Bike mechanics and medical groups also ride with the group during the entire trip.
2017-06-01
2017-06-04
Ride for Homes/Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia50-759:00 AMValley Forge,PASarah Mussoline
Join Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia for the best bike tour of the year! Pedal through beautiful Lancaster County to support building and repairing homes in partnership with families in need of decent, affordable housing. The Ride for Homes is a fully supported, friendly, and non-competitive bike tour. Each day consists of roughly 50 miles of riding, with an optional bonus loop of 15-20 miles/day.

Registration is $100.
Fundraising required ($1200).
Registration capped at 40 riders and closes by April 30, 2017.
2017-06-03Pedal to Preserve6,20, and 51 miles7:00 AMGarden Spot Village 433 South Kinzer Avenue New Holland, PA 17557,PAKaren Dickerson
With distances of 6, 20, and 51 miles, these three leisure biking routes provide scenic views of more than 75 preserved farms in the heart of Lancaster County, PA’s Amish country. For families, novice riders, and experienced cyclists, this event offers fun for all ages and abilities!

Pedal to Preserve 2017 is a leisure ride, not a race. Marked routes, SAG support, coffee, breakfast snacks, rest stops, and lunch are included in your registration. All proceeds benefit the Trust and farmland preservation.

Time: Registration begins at 7 AM, Rolling departures on your own, 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. for all three rides (6, 20, and 51 mile). All riders must depart by 9 a.m.

Register here: http://www.lancasterfarmlandtrust.org/PedaltoPreserve/index.html
Pre-registration - $40.00
Day of Registration - $50.00
Preservation Partner - $60.00
2017-06-10Revolutionary Ramble12:00 AMDrew University, 36 Madison Ave., Madison,NJ
9th annual Revolutionary Ramble cycling tour includes rides for 10 (novice and family ride), 25,35,50,65,100
100 milers start at 7AM. Charity fund raiser benefits local volunteer first aid squads.
Fully supported with SAG and ride marshals, road arrows, cues, .gpx and .tcx files
Beautiful New Jersey countryside. Registration Feb 1. $55. Prices increase on 2/16.

Go to www.rambleride.org for details and registration.
2017-06-17The RIDE For Our Vets25-miles, 50-miles a7:00 AMPoint72 headquarters- 72 Cummings Point Road, Stamford,CTEmilie Latainer
The RIDE For Our Vets is a charity bike ride benefiting the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center. With 25-, 50- and 100-mile routes, there is truly something for every cyclist! The route descriptions are found below:

100-Mile Route – The Old Glory Route: Possibly the most scenic century in the Northeast. This challenging route tackles beautiful Pound Ridge, NY and the western Connecticut backwoods, with long stretches on country lanes and a loop around the peerless Saugatuck Reservoir.

50-Mile Route – The Reservoir Ramble: This hilly route, studded with crystal-clear reservoirs, traverses suburban and country roads. Bring your camera!

25-Mile Route – The Stamford Loop: Stamford’s more than corporate headquarters! You’re in for a treat on this tour of leafy Fairfield County. Cozy neighborhoods, park views and abundant greenery await.

Participants have a $75 registration fee and a $200 fundraising minimum

Register today and help the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center change veterans lives!
2017-06-24
2017-06-25
THE Ride for Mental Health25, 50, 100 miles12:00 AMNew Paltz,NYMalcolm Dorris
THE Ride for Mental Health is a charity bike ride that takes place on Saturday and Sunday, June 24th and 25th, 2017 in New Paltz, NY. The course will take you through an area that has wonderful views and terrain.

Free dinner, cocktail hour, and music on Saturday evening for the first 150 riders to register at the Mohonk Preserve, a spectacular location with stunning views of the Catskills. Register before March 31st for just $75 ($100 after March 31st)!

Proceeds from THE Ride will be donated to McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, for education, research and treatment of mental illness including anxiety, borderline personality disorder, depression, eating disorders and substance abuse. Minimum pledge amount is $1,000.

THE Ride is looking for both riders and volunteers for its inaugural year! Sign up today at http://www.ericsride.org/

Date Name Distances Start Location Contact
2017-05-20Tour of the Battenkill75 MilesGreenwich,NY1.413.314.DIRT
America's largest one-day Pro/Am cycling race. Racers compete over 65+ miles of rolling terrain on both dirt and paved roads as they travel through the world famous Battenkill Valley. Set in early spring, the race courses includes covered bridges, family farms, and rural villages along the many challenging backcountry roads that traverse Southern Washington County, New York.

The 2015 edition played host to nearly 3,000 amateur and professional cyclists from throughout North America and 15 countries.

Gran Fondo - 75 Miles - Limited to 500 participants

Date Name Distances Start Location Contact
2017-04-30Opening Day Yonkers Bike Club12:00 PMRedmond Field, Yonkers,NY
Please join the Yonkers Bike Club for our one of many events, please refer to www.yonkersbikeclub.org for additional details.