Come join us for the 4th annual Spring Brooklyn Bike Jumble at the Old Stone House in Washington Park - Park Slope, Brooklyn.
The park will be filled with vendors selling used bikes, new and used bike accesories as well as events to be announced.
This event will be a celebration of art, food, community - and bicycling! Hundreds of guests and cycling enthusiasts will gather in the hidden backyard paradise of the historic Hostelling International flagship for an unforgettable evening.
Delightful flat ride mostly almost all on trails or boardwalks along the Brooklyn waterfront, Coney Island, Sheepshead Bay, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, Rockaway, Riis Park and then to the open runways of historic Floyd Bennett Field.
Ride on over to Jackson Heights for our 2nd Annual Lexington Craft Fair! Shop local indie vendors, get some tasty grub, and try your luck in our awesome raffle. Bikers get discounted raffle tickets because we love you!
The Rockaway Bike Parade is to celebrate "Human Powered Transport". Parade participants are encouraged to wear something fun, goofy or ridiculous as they make their way along the parade route with bikes, skates, skateboards, or "people" powered carts
Ride from Rego Park to Ozone Park in honor of the future route of The QueensWay: the proposed bikeway, linear park, and rail trail atop the abandoned Rockaway Beach Branch railroad right-of-way. Includes several stops with brief hikes onto ROW.
Join Velo City's Energy Ride to support teaching youth how to change the city through cycling! Cyclists of all levels are welcomed to exlpore the sites
that help power New York City. The tour will be led by professionals who work for ConEdison.
Recycle-A-Bicycle, Bike New York and the NYC Department of Transportation offer a season of Bike Bonanzas, featuring free, fun activities for the whole family: a Kids Bike Swap, Learn to Ride class for kids, and free helmets for kids and adults.
A leisurely 10-mile ride through Manhattan and Brooklyn showcasing folding bicycles. (But all types of bikes are welcome, as long as their riders are folding-curious!) Followed by a festival where you can learn all about folding bicycles.
Second annual New York City Bike Expo is taking place May 18 and May 19, from 11am to 8pm both days at Penn Pavilion, 401 Seventh Avenue at 33rd Street in Midtown Manhattan. Come visit the expo for all things road cycling.