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NYC DoT Bike Newsletter

You should get the NYC DoT’s monthly bike newsletter

The NYC DoT Bike Newsletter is a monthly email blast providing news on what the New  York City Department of Transportation is doing for cyclists and cycling. I signed up for it a few months ago.  You can find the signup page here. Another one arrived in my in-box today.  You can find the NYC …

Queens Cunningham Park Bike Ride

New York City MTB Rides in one Bundle

There aren’t many legal places to ride off road in New York City.  Three in fact.  That’s why NYC MTB Ride Routes Bundle is small.  3 rides.  But it’s all there is.  So it’s complete. Pleasures of the knobby life The joys of riding in the  dirt are many.  For me, it’s combining nature with …

Bike Rides in Westchester

Rides for those who like to go long, Westchester Edition

In a previous post, I detailed long rides that start and finish at the George Washington Bridge.  Here, I’ll detail the longer rides I have that start in NYC and go through Westchester. If you like riding long, now is a good time to explore new roads, new routes, and find new favorites. These are …

Best Bike Rides Manhattan

Manhattan Rides Are Up

Best Bike Rides Manhattan While New York might have the most diverse population of any city in the world (Queens is actually the most diverse borough), it is not immune to the lures of provincialism. As Manhattan is my home province, I hope my location hasn’t clouded my judgment. It’s a great place to ride. …

Bronx River Parkway Map 1922

Ride to and on The Bronx River Parkway

Did you know you can ride your bicycle on the Bronx River Parkway? It’s been a tradition for 46 years. On most Sundays between the first Sunday in May to the last Sunday in September, a stretch of highway is closed from Tuckahoe to White Plains from 10am to 2pm.  you can ride both north …