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Old 11-06-19, 12:02 PM
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2020 NYC Pride Ride registration open for June 14

Registration is open for the 2020 NYC Pride Ride HERE.

We invite all cyclists to experience the challenge of a great 30, 60, 80 or 100 mile ride. Don't miss it - celebrate with us on Sunday, June 14!!

A fun and exhilarating day of cycling on the roads of NY and NJ plus a fabulous Finish Festival on Manhattan's Hudson Shore at Riverbank State Park. The day starts and ends on the Hudson Greenway at 145th st.

If you don't want to ride, but would like to be involved, there are plenty of volunteer opportunities as well.

This will be my fifth year, and I can say it's a great way to spend a Sunday. Feel free to ask me any questions, and I'll be happy to answer.
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Interested! Are there route maps?
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Originally Posted by john m flores View Post
Interested! Are there route maps?
They haven't been finalized yet. New routes are being developed for this year.

It will still start in Manhattan on the Hudson Greenway around 145th street and then head over GWB. In years past, we have gone through Englewood, meandered northwest a bit and then up to Rockland Lake Park. Then meandered back to the start point for the BBQ. I think the longer routes went up around Pomona.

This is last year's ride:
https://www.relive.cc/view/vKv2MzoYj4q
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I could do this. It's still a long way off.
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i did this ride last year, the century route. there were challenging climbs and good scenery to take in, with nicely stocked rest stations. food at the finish festival was surprisingly good. would do again.
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Originally Posted by punkinevil View Post
They haven't been finalized yet. New routes are being developed for this year.

It will still start in Manhattan on the Hudson Greenway around 145th street and then head over GWB. In years past, we have gone through Englewood, meandered northwest a bit and then up to Rockland Lake Park. Then meandered back to the start point for the BBQ. I think the longer routes went up around Pomona.

This is last year's ride:
https://www.relive.cc/view/vKv2MzoYj4q

I've just moved to NYC from Chicago, and I'm on W 141st! You guys basically leave from my apartment! I got here the day before yesterday and I'm excited to get riding. My bike should get here this weekend.
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I've just moved to NYC from Chicago, and I'm on W 141st! You guys basically leave from my apartment! I got here the day before yesterday and I'm excited to get riding. My bike should get here this weekend.
Welcome to Manhattan! If you are interested in group rides, check the outcycling.org page. Most of the group rides start near you on the Greenway (125th st sometimes), at the entrance to the George Washington Bridge at 178st, or right across the bridge at Strictly Bicycles in Ft. Lee. The next few months are generally quiet, but rides start up again in March or April.
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