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2019-12-06
2019-12-08
2019 Escape to the Keys Bicycle Festival1487:30 AMMiami Homestead Speedway,FLLaurie
About This Activity

The 2019 Escape to the Keys Bicycle Festival is a 3 day, fun filled road cycling adventure for those that want to get away from the cold, dreary weather up north and join us for an exciting ride from Miami to Key West. We stop along the way to enjoy the sites/food and scenery of Florida in December with an overnight stay at the Hawks Cay Resort, and on day 2, in Key West, at our host hotels, The Gates or 24 North, where we can enjoy the debauchery of Key West on Saturday night. Bus transport is available on Sunday back to Miami at 2pm sharp. Approximate mileage is 148 miles (day one is 88) and cyclists must be able to ride an average of 15mph.
Event details and schedule

Day 1: Friday, December 6. We start at 7:30am at the Miami Homestead Speedway. For those cyclists who are staying at the Best Western, your luggage will be picked up at the hotel, so you can ride to the start (about 4 miles). If you are driving to the Speedway, there is secured parking overnight. The luggage truck will be parked at the Speedway, and will swing by the Best Western to pick up luggage before heading down to the Keys. There will be a meet/greet on Thursday night in the Best Western lobby to answer any questions for our out of town riders. Our first rest stop on Friday is to be determined, but our second rest stop will be at Robbies in Islamorada, MM77, bayside, where you can enjoy feeding the tarpon and seeing some Florida wildlife. Our last stop is at Hawks Cay, where we will stay overnight. Hawks Cay is located just 17 miles south of Robbies, on the ocean side. Hotel registration will be set up outside, so you can get signed into your room, and enjoy your lunch all at the same time. Dinner Friday night can be enjoyed, on your own, or with some new cycling buddies, at any of the restaurants that Hawks Cay has to offer.

Day 2: Saturday, Dec 7: Rise and shine, hop on those bikes and pedal, pedal, pedal, all the way to Key West. Enjoy a once in a lifetime experience of riding your bicycle over the 7 mile bridge! Yes, 7 miles on a bridge! Rest stop after the bridge. Final rest stop at mile marker 15, at Baby's coffee, where you can enjoy hot or cold beverages, before your final stop at mile marker 4, in the park at Stock Island. We will gather there together and be led by Key West's finest into downtown Key West, our very own bicycle parade! Dante's Raw Bar for lunch, (included in the registration price) cerveza, swimming (if you dare) and music, before we depart for our various Key West hotels for the night. Host hotels this year include The Gates (305-320-0930) and 24 North (305-320-0940). Participants are required to make your own reservations for hotel in Key West. Dine in Key West at any of the many places to choose from. Party down, and whatever happens in Key West, stays in Key West!

Day 3: Explore Key West on your own...by bike, by foot, or cab. The tour bus home will depart at 2pm sharp from the Southwinds hotel. Be prompt!

Other details:

If you are coming from out of town, there are overnight hotels in Homestead that are reasonably priced. Our host hotel is the Best Western Florida City. There will be a meet/greet on Thursday evening at 7:30pm for those staying in the hotel. Hotel phone: 305-246-5100.


There will be a luggage truck available at the Speedway for your luggage. People staying at the hotel will have pick up in the morning and transport to the Speedway. Please bring only one (1) bag. Breakfast (sticky buns) and lunch will be provided on Friday. Breakfast will be provided on Saturday, and is a buffet lunch (burgers or fish tacos) at Dantes Raw Bar in Key West. No more waiting for food! Hawk's Cay is giving us a special rate on their buffet dinner Friday night, or you can choose to dine in one of their other restaurants, ranging from burgers to fine dining. The luggage truck will be parked at Southwinds in Key West, so if you are not staying there, keep in mind that you will have to transfer your luggage to your hotel on your own. A back pack or small bag that you can carry on your bike is best.


This ride provides full SAG support along the route as well as well-stocked rest stops.



Rooms in Key West are hard to come by, so if you find a hotel online that has a 2 night minimum, call them directly. We have found that they will release rooms if for a one night stay if you call directly. Any problems finding rooms, please let us know and we will assist!

PLEASE NOTE! THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS FOR CANCELLATIONS for ANY REASON. REGISTRATIONS CAN BE TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER CYCLIST.

HELMETS ARE REQUIRED AND EAR BUDS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED.

Cost for Ride only: $150
Ride and Bus back to Miami: $175
Non Riders Food Ticket: $50
Cost includes breakfast, lunch and all rest stop snacks for Friday and Saturday, including luggage transport and full SAG support. Riders pay their own hotels and meals on Saturday night (dinner) and Sunday.

Any questions, please email:
2019-11-02MHCC Gravel Gobbler11:00 AMNassau,NY
Don't miss the 2nd annual Gravel Gobbler cycling event in Nassau, N.Y., hosted by Mohawk-Hudson Cycle Club.
2019-10-25
2019-10-27
Bicycle Club of Philadelphia's Fall Foliage Weekend in Hanover/Gettysburg15, 25, 35, 45, 55,12:00 PMHampton Inn, 309 Wilson Ave, Hanover, PA, 17331,Linda
All-Inclusive package tour in scenic, historic Hanover/Gettysburg, PA:
• 2 nights at the Hampton Inn & Holiday Inn Express of Hanover,
• Ride packets with a wide array of cue sheets & maps,
• Schedule of group rides with Leaders, for a wide range of speeds & distances (~15 to 75+ miles),
• Cycling around Gettysburg Battlefield, Hanover Horse Farm country, fruit & orchard countryside of Adams and York Counties, etc.
• Friday & Saturday dinners,
• Saturday & Sunday breakfasts,
• Cycling snacks and sandwiches to take along with you on rides,
• Post-ride therapeutic massages on Saturday afternoon,
• Parties, SAG, road markings, live music, & more, including
• “Wheely Good Smoothies” made on a “smoothie (blender) bike”.
• Plenty of sightseeing and local attractions for non-cyclist companions, also.
Details & registration are available on BCP's website at:
http://phillybikeclub.org, or, http://BCPweekends.org
• Everyone is warmly invited to join us, regardless of club affiliation.
For any questions, please contact Linda, at:
267-251-7862, or lindabcpevents@yahoo.com
2019-10-05Wall Street Rides FAR4-mile, 12-mile, 20-7:00 AMSaxon Woods Park, White Plains, NY,NYBlake
Benefits the Autism Science Foundation

Fun and scenic options for all ages!
62-, 30-, 20-mile cycling routes. For families, our new 12-mile route, a 4-mile ride, and a 5K trail walk, plus family finish festival activities!

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Begins and ends at Saxon Woods County Park, 1800 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605. Free parking available on site.
Fully-supported, clearly marked route with abundant support vehicles and rest stops every 15 miles.
62-mile route: Check-in/breakfast at 6:30 am; “Opening bell” at 7:30 am.
30-mile route: Check-in/breakfast at 7:30 am; “Opening bell” at 8:30 am.
20-mile and family routes: Check-in/breakfast at 9:00 am; “Opening bell” at 10:00 am.

For more information, head over to wallstreetridesfar.org!
2019-10-05Cystic Fibrosis Foundaton's Cycle for Life Bike Tour10, 20, 40 Miles8:30 AM5 John Walsh Blvd, Peekskill, NY 10566,PlJosh Bradley
Get your wheels in motion and join us for our 8th annual bicycle event as we ride through some of the most picturesque and scenic terrain in Westchester County. CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with route options of 10, 20 and 40 miles. From breakfast to our Cycle Survivor Party, you can enjoy fully stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, bike mechanics for bicycle maintenance and repair, ride marshals to cheer you along the way and plenty of support vehicles to help you complete the ride. This unique event empowers participants to take action and demonstrate their fight in finding a cure for cystic fibrosis in a tangible, emotional and powerful way.

Registration Fee Schedule:
January 1 – October 2: $30
Day of event: $50
Cycle Survivor Party ONLY, ride not included: $30

Fundraising Minimum: $250 (Registration fees are not included in fundraising minimum.)
2019-10-05Boogie up the Bronx RiverSoundview Field House,
Come join the Bronx River Alliance for the annual Boogie up the Bronx River!

This is our annual bike ride up the length of the entire Bronx River Greenway from the mouth in Soundview Park to the headwaters at the Kensico Dam.
It is a true gem of a ride for those who have never been on it, especially seeing how this river connects areas from the industrial south Bronx to parks and forests in Westchester.

Check out this publicity we just got from the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/08/14/nyregion/hiking-nyc.html?mtrref=www.google.com&gwh=203A1A10B6F2F3E155CCAC8A3F9BBE42&gwt=pay&assetType=REGIWALL

It is 23 Miles from Soundview to Kensico Dam with the option to ride back or take the metro north at various points along the way.

We will have lunch at Kensico Dam

Last year we had nearly a hundred come out, this year we are hoping for over a hundred! Come support this beautiful Greenway and help us work towards making it even better in the future!

Where: Soundview Field House in Soundview Park, Bronx
1550 Layfette Avenue
(Take 6 to Hunt's Point Avenue if need be)

When: 8:30am on October 5th, 2019

Who: All ages! We will have different groups going at different speeds, everyone Boogies at their own pace!

Here is our formal RSVP:
https://bronxriveralliance.secure.force.com/default/CnP_PaaS_EVT__ExternalRegistrationPage?event_id=a1i0b000005B2AwAAK







2019-09-29Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo27, 43 & 618:30 AMBloomingburg,NYJames Witte
Climb the Gunks for Multiple Sclerosis, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, was created with the sole purpose of assisting those who suffer from Multiple Sclerosis. Every member of our organization donates their time and energy to this cause. 100% of the net proceeds of our event will be given to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) (www.nationalmssociety.org).All cyclists participating are requested to fundraise for this event. Last year our event raised over $5,700 for the NMSS.

On Sunday, September 29, 2019, we will be holding our second annual cycling event called “Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo”. This ride begins and ends in Bloomingburg, NY and takes place on the Shawangunk Mountain Range, commonly referred to as the "Gunks”.

This event does not receive any financial support from the NMSS and is entirely dependent upon our local sponsors.

Please see our website for further info.
2019-09-29Tour de Yonkers12, 25, 508:30 AMBeczak Environmental Center, 35 Alexander St. Yonkers,NYRona Shapiro
Join us on September 29th, 2019 for the 12th Annual Tour de Yonkers, a ride through one of NY's most beautiful cities. The Tour route follows the Hudson River north for several miles, passes some of the city's historic old carpet mills and parts of the newly re-developed downtown areas including the recently day-lighted Nepperhan River. The longer routes wind through east and northeast Yonkers, along the Bronx River Parkway, passing Sarah Lawrence College, other parks and includes sections of the Old Putnam rail line that connected NYC with Northern Westchester, now a Rail-Trail bike path. All routes begin and end at the Center for the Urban River, Beczak Environmental Center, 35 Alexander Street, Yonkers.

Registration - $40 until Sept 1, then $50
Day of event: $60
Registration opens at 7:30 am - rides begin 8:30 am
One rest stop with food and drinks on the 25, two rest stops on the 50 mile route.
?Food and drinks at the end for all.
2019-09-28BIKE HSS25 miles or 62.5 mil8:00 AMHSS Westchester, 1133 Westchester Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605,NYCharlotte Reardon
BIKE HSS is a one-day cycling MOVEment taking place on Saturday, September 28, 2019 in and around Westchester County, New York, beginning and ending at HSS Westchester in White Plains.

Friends of Hospital for Special Surgery, physicians, staff, and members of the local community will ride and set the pace to improve mobility and musculoskeletal health for people worldwide.

BIKE HSS will raise critical funds for patient care, research, and education to enable people around the world to MOVE better.

You choose one of two beautifully and fully supported routes, 25 miles or 62.5 miles. Celebrate at the Finish Line Festival with food and beverages, recovery zone, entertainment and more.

How you MOVE is why we ride.
2019-09-21
2019-09-22
Friends of Karen's Journey of the Heart Bike Tour51.2, 74.48:08 AMKent,CT914-617-4051
First day, Saturday is 51.2 miles or 74 miles; second day is 28.1 miles. Fully supported charity ride. Fundraising minimum is $2,500.
2019-09-21
2019-09-22
Friends of Karen51, 728:00 AMHeritage Hotel, Southbury,CT

This two day event begins Saturday, September 21st, at 8am and ends the following day, Sunday, September 22nd, at 2:00pm.

Join riders for an awesome bike ride through Connecticut’s countryside for Friends of Karen’s 15th Annual Journey of the Heart Bike Tour. The ride will raise funds to support hundreds of families throughout the New York Tri-State region struggling to care for their child diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening illness. On Saturday (basic route 51.2 miles, extended route, 74.4 miles), we ride from The Bicycle Tour Company’s Headquarters in Kent, CT on rolling country roads to the Harlem Valley Rail Trail and Millerton. For lunch, we stop at Salisbury’s White Hart Inn; offering dishes highlighting seasonal ingredients sourced from nearby farms. After biking back to Kent, we drive to The Heritage Hotel for a dip in the pool (and hot tub), a massage at the Heritage Spa and a hearty dinner.

On Sunday (28.1 miles) we follow the route of Rochambeau’s 1781 French Army, and ride along the Housatonic River; through the New England countryside, cycling past miles of stone walls, farms and rolling fields. We return for a barbeque lunch at The Heritage Hotel before heading home after an inspiring weekend of riding! Accommodations for the bike tour are at the Heritage Hotel, 522 Heritage Road, Southbury, Connecticut.

Please click here to sign up to ride on the tour and/or to sponsor a rider(s) on the tour.

For more information about the ride and to sign up please click here

Questions? Please contact Gwen Salmo at Friends of Karen, 914-617-4051 or gwensalmo@friendsofkaren.org.

This two day event begins Saturday, September 21st, at 8am and ends the following day, Sunday, September 22nd, at 2:00pm.

Join riders for an awesome bike ride through Connecticut’s countryside for Friends of Karen’s 15th Annual Journey of the Heart Bike Tour. The ride will raise funds to support hundreds of families throughout the New York Tri-State region struggling to care for their child diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening illness. On Saturday (basic route 51.2 miles, extended route, 74.4 miles), we ride from The Bicycle Tour Company’s Headquarters in Kent, CT on rolling country roads to the Harlem Valley Rail Trail and Millerton. For lunch, we stop at Salisbury’s White Hart Inn; offering dishes highlighting seasonal ingredients sourced from nearby farms. After biking back to Kent, we drive to The Heritage Hotel for a dip in the pool (and hot tub), a massage at the Heritage Spa and a hearty dinner.

On Sunday (28.1 miles) we follow the route of Rochambeau’s 1781 French Army, and ride along the Housatonic River; through the New England countryside, cycling past miles of stone walls, farms and rolling fields. We return for a barbeque lunch at The Heritage Hotel before heading home after an inspiring weekend of riding! Accommodations for the bike tour are at the Heritage Hotel, 522 Heritage Road, Southbury, Connecticut.

Please click here to sign up to ride on the tour and/or to sponsor a rider(s) on the tour.

For more information about the ride and to sign up please click here

Questions? Please contact Gwen Salmo at Friends of Karen, 914-617-4051 or gwensalmo@friendsofkaren.org.

This two day event begins Saturday, September 21st, at 8am and ends the following day, Sunday, September 22nd, at 2:00pm.

Join riders for an awesome bike ride through Connecticut’s countryside for Friends of Karen’s 15th Annual Journey of the Heart Bike Tour. The ride will raise funds to support hundreds of families throughout the New York Tri-State region struggling to care for their child diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening illness. On Saturday (basic route 51.2 miles, extended route, 74.4 miles), we ride from The Bicycle Tour Company’s Headquarters in Kent, CT on rolling country roads to the Harlem Valley Rail Trail and Millerton. For lunch, we stop at Salisbury’s White Hart Inn; offering dishes highlighting seasonal ingredients sourced from nearby farms. After biking back to Kent, we drive to The Heritage Hotel for a dip in the pool (and hot tub), a massage at the Heritage Spa and a hearty dinner.

On Sunday (28.1 miles) we follow the route of Rochambeau’s 1781 French Army, and ride along the Housatonic River; through the New England countryside, cycling past miles of stone walls, farms and rolling fields. We return for a barbeque lunch at The Heritage Hotel before heading home after an inspiring weekend of riding! Accommodations for the bike tour are at the Heritage Hotel, 522 Heritage Road, Southbury, Connecticut.

Please click here to sign up to ride on the tour and/or to sponsor a rider(s) on the tour.

For more information about the ride and to sign up please click here

Questions? Please contact Gwen Salmo at Friends of Karen, 914-617-4051 or gwensalmo@friendsofkaren.org.



2019-09-21Roe Jan Ramble10, 18, 25, 35 and 68:30 AMCopake Community Park, 305 Mountain View Road, Copake,
The 7th Annual Roe Jan Ramble Bike Tour is a non-competitive ride perfect for both the casual as well as committed cyclist. Whether you enjoy a simple ride with your family, or you are an experienced dedicated cyclist, the Ramble offers something for everyone. Every year we update our routes to make life interesting ane enjoyable. All routes are on paved, lightly traveled public roads or rail trail through lovely farmland, rolling hills and picturesque hamlets. Choose from easy, moderate and challenging routes through the lovely Roe Jan area towns of Copake, Hillsdale and Ancram, NY along the Taconic and Berkshire foothills bordering Massachusetts.

This year we have 6 great routes to choose from:

10 mile Route: Our family friendly casual ride. Beautiful scenery around Copake & Ancram. Mostly flat, some modest hills. Super enjoyable for the occasional rider.

18 mile Route: A nice, nice ride. Mostly flat with a couple short steeper hills, and fantastic scenery. For those who want more than our basic 10 mile ride, but not as challenging as our 25 miler.

25 mile Route: A moderately challenging ride, that includes rolling & a few steep hills, with amazing vistas. Great for intermediate riders & those who want a worthwhile outing.

35 mile Route: For the stronger rider, a more challenging ride through rolling hills with some steady steep climbs, but great scenery and an impressive finish. It includes segments of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. (total ascent 1,840 ft.)

50 mile Route: For experienced riders, this is our premier ride, through all three towns. Some challenging hills, but rewarded with impressive vistas. Includes segments of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. (total ascent 2,834 ft.)

Metric Century Route (100km/62.5 miles): NEW THIS YEAR! Want a challenge? Our 50 mile route & then some! Experienced riders seeking distance will get rolling steep hills, and impressive vistas. Go for it. (total ascent 3,436 ft.)

The 25 route has one rest stop with food, water and restrooms. The 35 mile route has two rest stops, and the 50 mile & 100 km routes have three.

Although our ride is free and open to everyone, we hope you'll raise money to benefit the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. Your contributions will help complete the trail from Millerton, NY to Copake and connect Copake to Hillsdale, NY.
DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2019-12-06
2019-12-08
2019 Escape to the Keys Bicycle Festival1487:30 AMMiami Homestead Speedway,FLLaurie
About This Activity

The 2019 Escape to the Keys Bicycle Festival is a 3 day, fun filled road cycling adventure for those that want to get away from the cold, dreary weather up north and join us for an exciting ride from Miami to Key West. We stop along the way to enjoy the sites/food and scenery of Florida in December with an overnight stay at the Hawks Cay Resort, and on day 2, in Key West, at our host hotels, The Gates or 24 North, where we can enjoy the debauchery of Key West on Saturday night. Bus transport is available on Sunday back to Miami at 2pm sharp. Approximate mileage is 148 miles (day one is 88) and cyclists must be able to ride an average of 15mph.
Event details and schedule

Day 1: Friday, December 6. We start at 7:30am at the Miami Homestead Speedway. For those cyclists who are staying at the Best Western, your luggage will be picked up at the hotel, so you can ride to the start (about 4 miles). If you are driving to the Speedway, there is secured parking overnight. The luggage truck will be parked at the Speedway, and will swing by the Best Western to pick up luggage before heading down to the Keys. There will be a meet/greet on Thursday night in the Best Western lobby to answer any questions for our out of town riders. Our first rest stop on Friday is to be determined, but our second rest stop will be at Robbies in Islamorada, MM77, bayside, where you can enjoy feeding the tarpon and seeing some Florida wildlife. Our last stop is at Hawks Cay, where we will stay overnight. Hawks Cay is located just 17 miles south of Robbies, on the ocean side. Hotel registration will be set up outside, so you can get signed into your room, and enjoy your lunch all at the same time. Dinner Friday night can be enjoyed, on your own, or with some new cycling buddies, at any of the restaurants that Hawks Cay has to offer.

Day 2: Saturday, Dec 7: Rise and shine, hop on those bikes and pedal, pedal, pedal, all the way to Key West. Enjoy a once in a lifetime experience of riding your bicycle over the 7 mile bridge! Yes, 7 miles on a bridge! Rest stop after the bridge. Final rest stop at mile marker 15, at Baby's coffee, where you can enjoy hot or cold beverages, before your final stop at mile marker 4, in the park at Stock Island. We will gather there together and be led by Key West's finest into downtown Key West, our very own bicycle parade! Dante's Raw Bar for lunch, (included in the registration price) cerveza, swimming (if you dare) and music, before we depart for our various Key West hotels for the night. Host hotels this year include The Gates (305-320-0930) and 24 North (305-320-0940). Participants are required to make your own reservations for hotel in Key West. Dine in Key West at any of the many places to choose from. Party down, and whatever happens in Key West, stays in Key West!

Day 3: Explore Key West on your own...by bike, by foot, or cab. The tour bus home will depart at 2pm sharp from the Southwinds hotel. Be prompt!

Other details:

If you are coming from out of town, there are overnight hotels in Homestead that are reasonably priced. Our host hotel is the Best Western Florida City. There will be a meet/greet on Thursday evening at 7:30pm for those staying in the hotel. Hotel phone: 305-246-5100.


There will be a luggage truck available at the Speedway for your luggage. People staying at the hotel will have pick up in the morning and transport to the Speedway. Please bring only one (1) bag. Breakfast (sticky buns) and lunch will be provided on Friday. Breakfast will be provided on Saturday, and is a buffet lunch (burgers or fish tacos) at Dantes Raw Bar in Key West. No more waiting for food! Hawk's Cay is giving us a special rate on their buffet dinner Friday night, or you can choose to dine in one of their other restaurants, ranging from burgers to fine dining. The luggage truck will be parked at Southwinds in Key West, so if you are not staying there, keep in mind that you will have to transfer your luggage to your hotel on your own. A back pack or small bag that you can carry on your bike is best.


This ride provides full SAG support along the route as well as well-stocked rest stops.



Rooms in Key West are hard to come by, so if you find a hotel online that has a 2 night minimum, call them directly. We have found that they will release rooms if for a one night stay if you call directly. Any problems finding rooms, please let us know and we will assist!

PLEASE NOTE! THERE WILL BE NO REFUNDS FOR CANCELLATIONS for ANY REASON. REGISTRATIONS CAN BE TRANSFERRED TO ANOTHER CYCLIST.

HELMETS ARE REQUIRED AND EAR BUDS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED.

Cost for Ride only: $150
Ride and Bus back to Miami: $175
Non Riders Food Ticket: $50
Cost includes breakfast, lunch and all rest stop snacks for Friday and Saturday, including luggage transport and full SAG support. Riders pay their own hotels and meals on Saturday night (dinner) and Sunday.

Any questions, please email:
2019-11-02MHCC Gravel Gobbler11:00 AMNassau,NY
Don't miss the 2nd annual Gravel Gobbler cycling event in Nassau, N.Y., hosted by Mohawk-Hudson Cycle Club.
2019-10-25
2019-10-27
Bicycle Club of Philadelphia's Fall Foliage Weekend in Hanover/Gettysburg15, 25, 35, 45, 55,12:00 PMHampton Inn, 309 Wilson Ave, Hanover, PA, 17331,Linda
All-Inclusive package tour in scenic, historic Hanover/Gettysburg, PA:
• 2 nights at the Hampton Inn & Holiday Inn Express of Hanover,
• Ride packets with a wide array of cue sheets & maps,
• Schedule of group rides with Leaders, for a wide range of speeds & distances (~15 to 75+ miles),
• Cycling around Gettysburg Battlefield, Hanover Horse Farm country, fruit & orchard countryside of Adams and York Counties, etc.
• Friday & Saturday dinners,
• Saturday & Sunday breakfasts,
• Cycling snacks and sandwiches to take along with you on rides,
• Post-ride therapeutic massages on Saturday afternoon,
• Parties, SAG, road markings, live music, & more, including
• “Wheely Good Smoothies” made on a “smoothie (blender) bike”.
• Plenty of sightseeing and local attractions for non-cyclist companions, also.
Details & registration are available on BCP's website at:
http://phillybikeclub.org, or, http://BCPweekends.org
• Everyone is warmly invited to join us, regardless of club affiliation.
For any questions, please contact Linda, at:
267-251-7862, or lindabcpevents@yahoo.com
2019-10-05Cystic Fibrosis Foundaton's Cycle for Life Bike Tour10, 20, 40 Miles8:30 AM5 John Walsh Blvd, Peekskill, NY 10566,PlJosh Bradley
Get your wheels in motion and join us for our 8th annual bicycle event as we ride through some of the most picturesque and scenic terrain in Westchester County. CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with route options of 10, 20 and 40 miles. From breakfast to our Cycle Survivor Party, you can enjoy fully stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, bike mechanics for bicycle maintenance and repair, ride marshals to cheer you along the way and plenty of support vehicles to help you complete the ride. This unique event empowers participants to take action and demonstrate their fight in finding a cure for cystic fibrosis in a tangible, emotional and powerful way.

Registration Fee Schedule:
January 1 – October 2: $30
Day of event: $50
Cycle Survivor Party ONLY, ride not included: $30

Fundraising Minimum: $250 (Registration fees are not included in fundraising minimum.)
2019-10-05Boogie up the Bronx RiverSoundview Field House,
Come join the Bronx River Alliance for the annual Boogie up the Bronx River!

This is our annual bike ride up the length of the entire Bronx River Greenway from the mouth in Soundview Park to the headwaters at the Kensico Dam.
It is a true gem of a ride for those who have never been on it, especially seeing how this river connects areas from the industrial south Bronx to parks and forests in Westchester.

Check out this publicity we just got from the NY Times:
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/08/14/nyregion/hiking-nyc.html?mtrref=www.google.com&gwh=203A1A10B6F2F3E155CCAC8A3F9BBE42&gwt=pay&assetType=REGIWALL

It is 23 Miles from Soundview to Kensico Dam with the option to ride back or take the metro north at various points along the way.

We will have lunch at Kensico Dam

Last year we had nearly a hundred come out, this year we are hoping for over a hundred! Come support this beautiful Greenway and help us work towards making it even better in the future!

Where: Soundview Field House in Soundview Park, Bronx
1550 Layfette Avenue
(Take 6 to Hunt's Point Avenue if need be)

When: 8:30am on October 5th, 2019

Who: All ages! We will have different groups going at different speeds, everyone Boogies at their own pace!

Here is our formal RSVP:
https://bronxriveralliance.secure.force.com/default/CnP_PaaS_EVT__ExternalRegistrationPage?event_id=a1i0b000005B2AwAAK







2019-09-29Tour de Yonkers12, 25, 508:30 AMBeczak Environmental Center, 35 Alexander St. Yonkers,NYRona Shapiro
Join us on September 29th, 2019 for the 12th Annual Tour de Yonkers, a ride through one of NY's most beautiful cities. The Tour route follows the Hudson River north for several miles, passes some of the city's historic old carpet mills and parts of the newly re-developed downtown areas including the recently day-lighted Nepperhan River. The longer routes wind through east and northeast Yonkers, along the Bronx River Parkway, passing Sarah Lawrence College, other parks and includes sections of the Old Putnam rail line that connected NYC with Northern Westchester, now a Rail-Trail bike path. All routes begin and end at the Center for the Urban River, Beczak Environmental Center, 35 Alexander Street, Yonkers.

Registration - $40 until Sept 1, then $50
Day of event: $60
Registration opens at 7:30 am - rides begin 8:30 am
One rest stop with food and drinks on the 25, two rest stops on the 50 mile route.
?Food and drinks at the end for all.
2019-09-21
2019-09-22
Friends of Karen51, 728:00 AMHeritage Hotel, Southbury,CT

This two day event begins Saturday, September 21st, at 8am and ends the following day, Sunday, September 22nd, at 2:00pm.

Join riders for an awesome bike ride through Connecticut’s countryside for Friends of Karen’s 15th Annual Journey of the Heart Bike Tour. The ride will raise funds to support hundreds of families throughout the New York Tri-State region struggling to care for their child diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening illness. On Saturday (basic route 51.2 miles, extended route, 74.4 miles), we ride from The Bicycle Tour Company’s Headquarters in Kent, CT on rolling country roads to the Harlem Valley Rail Trail and Millerton. For lunch, we stop at Salisbury’s White Hart Inn; offering dishes highlighting seasonal ingredients sourced from nearby farms. After biking back to Kent, we drive to The Heritage Hotel for a dip in the pool (and hot tub), a massage at the Heritage Spa and a hearty dinner.

On Sunday (28.1 miles) we follow the route of Rochambeau’s 1781 French Army, and ride along the Housatonic River; through the New England countryside, cycling past miles of stone walls, farms and rolling fields. We return for a barbeque lunch at The Heritage Hotel before heading home after an inspiring weekend of riding! Accommodations for the bike tour are at the Heritage Hotel, 522 Heritage Road, Southbury, Connecticut.

Please click here to sign up to ride on the tour and/or to sponsor a rider(s) on the tour.

For more information about the ride and to sign up please click here

Questions? Please contact Gwen Salmo at Friends of Karen, 914-617-4051 or gwensalmo@friendsofkaren.org.

This two day event begins Saturday, September 21st, at 8am and ends the following day, Sunday, September 22nd, at 2:00pm.

Join riders for an awesome bike ride through Connecticut’s countryside for Friends of Karen’s 15th Annual Journey of the Heart Bike Tour. The ride will raise funds to support hundreds of families throughout the New York Tri-State region struggling to care for their child diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening illness. On Saturday (basic route 51.2 miles, extended route, 74.4 miles), we ride from The Bicycle Tour Company’s Headquarters in Kent, CT on rolling country roads to the Harlem Valley Rail Trail and Millerton. For lunch, we stop at Salisbury’s White Hart Inn; offering dishes highlighting seasonal ingredients sourced from nearby farms. After biking back to Kent, we drive to The Heritage Hotel for a dip in the pool (and hot tub), a massage at the Heritage Spa and a hearty dinner.

On Sunday (28.1 miles) we follow the route of Rochambeau’s 1781 French Army, and ride along the Housatonic River; through the New England countryside, cycling past miles of stone walls, farms and rolling fields. We return for a barbeque lunch at The Heritage Hotel before heading home after an inspiring weekend of riding! Accommodations for the bike tour are at the Heritage Hotel, 522 Heritage Road, Southbury, Connecticut.

Please click here to sign up to ride on the tour and/or to sponsor a rider(s) on the tour.

For more information about the ride and to sign up please click here

Questions? Please contact Gwen Salmo at Friends of Karen, 914-617-4051 or gwensalmo@friendsofkaren.org.

This two day event begins Saturday, September 21st, at 8am and ends the following day, Sunday, September 22nd, at 2:00pm.

Join riders for an awesome bike ride through Connecticut’s countryside for Friends of Karen’s 15th Annual Journey of the Heart Bike Tour. The ride will raise funds to support hundreds of families throughout the New York Tri-State region struggling to care for their child diagnosed with cancer or any other life-threatening illness. On Saturday (basic route 51.2 miles, extended route, 74.4 miles), we ride from The Bicycle Tour Company’s Headquarters in Kent, CT on rolling country roads to the Harlem Valley Rail Trail and Millerton. For lunch, we stop at Salisbury’s White Hart Inn; offering dishes highlighting seasonal ingredients sourced from nearby farms. After biking back to Kent, we drive to The Heritage Hotel for a dip in the pool (and hot tub), a massage at the Heritage Spa and a hearty dinner.

On Sunday (28.1 miles) we follow the route of Rochambeau’s 1781 French Army, and ride along the Housatonic River; through the New England countryside, cycling past miles of stone walls, farms and rolling fields. We return for a barbeque lunch at The Heritage Hotel before heading home after an inspiring weekend of riding! Accommodations for the bike tour are at the Heritage Hotel, 522 Heritage Road, Southbury, Connecticut.

Please click here to sign up to ride on the tour and/or to sponsor a rider(s) on the tour.

For more information about the ride and to sign up please click here

Questions? Please contact Gwen Salmo at Friends of Karen, 914-617-4051 or gwensalmo@friendsofkaren.org.



2019-09-21Roe Jan Ramble10, 18, 25, 35 and 68:30 AMCopake Community Park, 305 Mountain View Road, Copake,
The 7th Annual Roe Jan Ramble Bike Tour is a non-competitive ride perfect for both the casual as well as committed cyclist. Whether you enjoy a simple ride with your family, or you are an experienced dedicated cyclist, the Ramble offers something for everyone. Every year we update our routes to make life interesting ane enjoyable. All routes are on paved, lightly traveled public roads or rail trail through lovely farmland, rolling hills and picturesque hamlets. Choose from easy, moderate and challenging routes through the lovely Roe Jan area towns of Copake, Hillsdale and Ancram, NY along the Taconic and Berkshire foothills bordering Massachusetts.

This year we have 6 great routes to choose from:

10 mile Route: Our family friendly casual ride. Beautiful scenery around Copake & Ancram. Mostly flat, some modest hills. Super enjoyable for the occasional rider.

18 mile Route: A nice, nice ride. Mostly flat with a couple short steeper hills, and fantastic scenery. For those who want more than our basic 10 mile ride, but not as challenging as our 25 miler.

25 mile Route: A moderately challenging ride, that includes rolling & a few steep hills, with amazing vistas. Great for intermediate riders & those who want a worthwhile outing.

35 mile Route: For the stronger rider, a more challenging ride through rolling hills with some steady steep climbs, but great scenery and an impressive finish. It includes segments of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. (total ascent 1,840 ft.)

50 mile Route: For experienced riders, this is our premier ride, through all three towns. Some challenging hills, but rewarded with impressive vistas. Includes segments of the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. (total ascent 2,834 ft.)

Metric Century Route (100km/62.5 miles): NEW THIS YEAR! Want a challenge? Our 50 mile route & then some! Experienced riders seeking distance will get rolling steep hills, and impressive vistas. Go for it. (total ascent 3,436 ft.)

The 25 route has one rest stop with food, water and restrooms. The 35 mile route has two rest stops, and the 50 mile & 100 km routes have three.

Although our ride is free and open to everyone, we hope you'll raise money to benefit the Harlem Valley Rail Trail. Your contributions will help complete the trail from Millerton, NY to Copake and connect Copake to Hillsdale, NY.
DateNameDistancesStartLocationContact
2019-10-05Wall Street Rides FAR4-mile, 12-mile, 20-7:00 AMSaxon Woods Park, White Plains, NY,NYBlake
Benefits the Autism Science Foundation

Fun and scenic options for all ages!
62-, 30-, 20-mile cycling routes. For families, our new 12-mile route, a 4-mile ride, and a 5K trail walk, plus family finish festival activities!

Saturday, October 5, 2019

Begins and ends at Saxon Woods County Park, 1800 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605. Free parking available on site.
Fully-supported, clearly marked route with abundant support vehicles and rest stops every 15 miles.
62-mile route: Check-in/breakfast at 6:30 am; “Opening bell” at 7:30 am.
30-mile route: Check-in/breakfast at 7:30 am; “Opening bell” at 8:30 am.
20-mile and family routes: Check-in/breakfast at 9:00 am; “Opening bell” at 10:00 am.

For more information, head over to wallstreetridesfar.org!
2019-09-29Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo27, 43 & 618:30 AMBloomingburg,NYJames Witte
Climb the Gunks for Multiple Sclerosis, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, was created with the sole purpose of assisting those who suffer from Multiple Sclerosis. Every member of our organization donates their time and energy to this cause. 100% of the net proceeds of our event will be given to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) (www.nationalmssociety.org).All cyclists participating are requested to fundraise for this event. Last year our event raised over $5,700 for the NMSS.

On Sunday, September 29, 2019, we will be holding our second annual cycling event called “Climb the Gunks for MS Gran Fondo”. This ride begins and ends in Bloomingburg, NY and takes place on the Shawangunk Mountain Range, commonly referred to as the "Gunks”.

This event does not receive any financial support from the NMSS and is entirely dependent upon our local sponsors.

Please see our website for further info.
2019-09-28BIKE HSS25 miles or 62.5 mil8:00 AMHSS Westchester, 1133 Westchester Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605,NYCharlotte Reardon
BIKE HSS is a one-day cycling MOVEment taking place on Saturday, September 28, 2019 in and around Westchester County, New York, beginning and ending at HSS Westchester in White Plains.

Friends of Hospital for Special Surgery, physicians, staff, and members of the local community will ride and set the pace to improve mobility and musculoskeletal health for people worldwide.

BIKE HSS will raise critical funds for patient care, research, and education to enable people around the world to MOVE better.

You choose one of two beautifully and fully supported routes, 25 miles or 62.5 miles. Celebrate at the Finish Line Festival with food and beverages, recovery zone, entertainment and more.

How you MOVE is why we ride.
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2019-09-22
Friends of Karen's Journey of the Heart Bike Tour51.2, 74.48:08 AMKent,CT914-617-4051
First day, Saturday is 51.2 miles or 74 miles; second day is 28.1 miles. Fully supported charity ride. Fundraising minimum is $2,500.
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