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We are biking from Washington Heights to visit The New Bridge [Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge] and Croton Point Park. This ride is design to escape the city and explore the Westchester, NY area. Meeting Location: 560 W 169th St, New York, NY 10032 / 168 Street Station (w/elevator) Second Meeting Location: 242 Street Station / Subway services 1 (10AM) Biking Information: Distance: 35 mile (one-way trip) Arrival Time: 8:30AM (to register and sign waivers) Pedals Down: 9:00AM Ride Time: Your own pace Bikers MUST ride their own bicycle Rider can ride back or using the Metro North Station Croton-Harmon (1 Croton Point Ave, Croton-On-Hudson, NY 10520) Please note, no bike share and rain cancels ride Bring: plenty of water bottle, snacks, face mask, beach wear , sunscreen, sunglasses, bike lock, cash / credit card
Fulfill all your cycling needs for the fall! Get yourself a new or used bike, accessories, clothing, collectibles, artwork, overstocks, and bargains galore at the 9th annual Brooklyn Bike Jumble! The New York Bike Jumble is New York City's only bicycle flea market. Vendors come from all over the east coast to sell new and used bikes, new and used bicycle accessories, and anything else bicycle-related. Used bikes run the gamut from $50 'beater' bikes to pricey historic collectible bikes. Attendees also have the rare opportunity to test ride bikes before buying! Times up! and Recycle a Bike and other bicycle non-profits will be there to help you test ride bikes before you buy! No bait and switch! No Craigslist sketchiness! There are always overstocks, closeouts and once-in-a-lifetime deals on bicycles at the Jumble. It's internet prices without internet shadiness! Bring a big bag to carry goodies home in, and some cash to grab food nearby. The jumble runs from 10am-4pm so you can certainly make your way there later in the day but people wait months for this event so the best pickings are right when it opens at 10am! Want more info? Check out this website: http://www.nybikejumble.com/ I usually lead a ride to the event but it's too soon to know where I'll be in the world (assuming travel is safe).