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Every fourth Saturday!
***Special for October: We'll do a bonus loop around the park with a short detour to visit a nearby home with excellent Halloween decor.***
Let's get a Brompton contingent to join the Prospect Park Moonlight Ride hosted by NYC Times Up. Discover Prospect Park at night with a Peaceful
ride that visits the park’s little-known treasures. Bicycle lights recommended.
We'll meet at the Grand Army Plaza entrance to
Prospect Park at 7:15pm and join the other bikers for this beautiful evening ride. The official ride starts at 7:30pm.
A bit more about this event:
This ride is hosted by the Time's Up environmental group and is open to all bicycles. Our meetup provides a contact point for Bromptons to find each other and form a Brompton contingent within the other bikes that join this ride.
This is a slow, casual, peaceful ride in the moonlight. Bromptons are free to stick together, or break out in smaller groups within the other bicycles that join. You will be riding in the dark, close to other bicycles, so make sure your lamps are charged and tires full.
Here's a link to the Time's Up site where you can read about the good work they do to promote urban cycling, community gardens, and environmental education: times-up.org/rides/moonlight-ride-prospect-park
This is a fun Brompton ride followed by a volunteer project for a community garden clean up in Brownsville. It is co-hosted by the WILL Book Club, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, United Federation of Teachers, My Brothers’ Keeper NYC Chapter, Mayors Office NYC Young Mens Initiative, Phi Beta Sigma, Inc., Kappa Alpha Psi, Inc., American Airlines, and Brompton Bikes.
We'll meet at noon in the Grand Army Plaza across from Prospect Park and bike 10-15 miles in the area (depending on the weather) to the Brownsville Collaborative Middle School of Agriculture & Technology by 2:00 pm (85 Watkins Street, Brooklyn, NY 11212).
The volunteer project will last from 2:00 - 5:00 pm.
2:00pm - 3:00pm: Volunteer Check-in
3:00pm - 4:30pm: Art Project & Community Garden Clean Up
4:30pm - 5:00pm: Distribution of gift bags, clean up and dismissal
In June 2021, the WILL Book Club (WBC) Initiative, launched as a global community spanning 42 states and 11 countries. The purpose of the club is to transform the path of young adults (ages 18-24) around the world—deepening their love of reading, culture, self-expression, self-healing, and self-awareness.
In addition to this Meetup registration, please register here with the WBC:
Each guest must be either (1) fully vaccinated with your last shot being administered by 10/24/21) OR (2) have a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event. Please bring your vaccination cards and/or negative PCR test report on the day of the event. We also ask that volunteers be fully masked during the event.