Greetings to all speculative and operative Masonic Bikers,
After this weekend ���The Frying Pan��� will be closed till next spring
(end of April 2011).
But the Hudson River Bike way remains open year round.
Now the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway (Bikeway) along the coast runs
uninterruptible from East 32nd Street (Water Taxi Station) to Battery
Park and from there till West 134th Street.
Some adventures Masonic souls completed also the entire tour of 32
miles around Manhattan under the convention to stay as close to the
coast as possible.
It was brutal and strenuous experience and I do not recommend it,
though I know that nothing can stop the trill seekers, especially when
they operate their bicycles in secrecy.
Instead I will recommend the rout outlined in the NYC Cycling Map.
During the winter we will continue to meet every weekend around 4:00PM
at Bowling 300 until we find better place.
I never imagined that so many people read my messages about Masonic
I wanted to buy for myself Diamant bike on the special $150 price but
waited until my current bike brakes. When it finally broke and I
called the store, to my surprise they told me that immediately after my
posting to the group the store has been invaded by Masons and would be
Masons and all Diamants have been swept away.
The bikes have been there since May and I thought they will be there
Still I am glad that so many Sisters and Brothers got new bikes.
If you do not own a bike, you can still rent one very reasonably from:
HUB (Hudson Urban Bicycles) offers real low rental rates for bicycles.
The bicycle shop is only two blocks away from Hudson River bikeway.
139 Charles Street
(Corner with Washington Street in Greenwich Willage)
New York, NY[masked]
Open daily from 9:00AM ��� 8:00PM
Those who want to join The Craft, can use the New York State GL lodge
to select a lodge and get in touch with it.
You can also try to RSVP a seat on the Mariners 67 festive tables by
sending email to:
It cost between $30 and $50 but the food and the drinks you are getting
for this price worth every penny of it. Do not wait. The festive
tables are filled very quickly.