COVID-19 Updates

Updated Aug 18th, 2020 - The CDC has determined that masks with exhaust valves are largely ineffective; please don’t wear them on our rides, unless the valve can be closed.  

Updated Aug 6th, 2020 - At the board meeting tonight, it was decided to increase the size of the rides to 8 + 2 and 4 + 1, where there are 8 riders and 2 leaders, or 4 riders and 1 leader. The ride leaders have the discretion to have smaller groups.

New York City

New York City we need not go far to find challenging rides and a different atmosphere. The City offers a diversity of terrain from the familiar Central and Prospect Park loops, to the cobbles of Red Hook, on to the sharp hills of Staten Island. Be adventuresome and explore the exotic neighborhoods of Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. Be aware of the network of bike paths in NYC. The City of New York offers free maps showing routes all over the city. 

New York City we need not go far to find challenging rides and a different atmosphere. The City offers a diversity of terrain from the familiar Central and Prospect Park loops, to the cobbles of Red Hook, on to the sharp hills of Staten Island. Be adventuresome and explore the exotic neighborhoods of Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx. Be aware of the network of bike paths in NYC. The City of New York offers free maps showing routes all over the city. 

Name Level(s) Distance Difficulty Rating
NJ Hudson River Walkway C 36.3 2 out of 5
Queens 40 Loop B, C 42 2 out of 5
Ft. Totten w/ Lunch @ Dosa Hutt B, C 39 2 out of 5
Yonkers to Trailway B, C 25 2 out of 5
King's Point via Brooklyn B, C 56 3 out of 5
The Hills of Northern Manhattan B, C 8.7 4 out of 5
Newtown Creek Twilight Ride C 17 2 out of 5
Bridges By Night Uptown B, C 25 2 out of 5
Counterclockwise Perimeter Circuit of Manhattan Island C 31 1 out of 5
Shirley Chisholm Park C 28 1 out of 5
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