Meet the Crew from Brands Cycle and Fitness at Stillwell MTB to go over Suspension Set Up. We will start promptly at 8am and hit the trails afterwards. Coffee and refreshments will be available at the start :)
We look forward to seeing you there! This clinic is open to Men and Women.
BYOB, water & helmet!
7th Annual Women's Bicycle Ride
Please join us on Sunday September 16th, 2018 at 9 am here at Mineola Bicycle for check-in.
Two routes this year:
- 30 mile route to Locust Valley(Road Bike Only)
- 18 mile route to Nassau Coliseum and though Garden City(Gear Bike Only), all routes return back to the shop for refreshments.
What to bring? Helmet, Water Bottle, Nutrition, Bicycle Emergency Kit(Tube, Tire Levers, Pump, ID). The ride is limited to the first 100 riders. Must Be 18 Years or Older to Ride
Sunday September 16th, 2018
Check-in starts at 9am
Ride Departs at 10am
Mineola Bicycle 475 Jericho Tpke. Mineola, NY11501
RSVP By September 12th to Sales@mineolabicycle.com
We'll be rallying on the boardwalk in front of the Allegria Hotel (80 West Broadway).
We’re calling on Governor Cuomo to prevent climate catastrophe by stopping fossil fuel pipelines and power plants, moving to 100 percent renewable energy, and making corporate polluters pay.
Long Island can lead the way with good jobs in off-shore wind and solar power, by stopping the Caithness II power plant in Brookhaven, and by opposing the Williams pipeline off the Rockaways.
Sponsoring organizations (list in formation): New York Communities for Change, Food & Water Watch, NYPIRG, Surfrider, Long Island Progressive Coalition, the Sierra Club, All Our Energy and Long Island Streets.
The 2nd Annual Rocky Point 50 is an fundraiser for Pancreatic Cancer research. Paniagua will be donating 100% of the proceeds to the Lustgarten Foundation of America.
The Rocky Point 50 will take place within the Rocky Point preserve. It will consist of three 17 mile laps over mostly flat terrain with a mix of fire road and single track. The course is very fat bike and single speed friendly.
"Making Kids Smile One Bike At A Time"
5th Annual Fundraiser for Bikes for Kids, at Bowlmore Lanes in Melville.
Bikes for Kids in America is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the goal of helping every child feel the joy and freedom of riding his or her own bike. Through giving bikes to kids in need, we aim to help communities grow stronger and closer through the power of cycling.
The Town of Babylon and the Wounded Warrior Project present the 11th annual Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride. It is an approx 23 mile ride throughout the Town of Babylon on roadways closed to vehicles for the ride duration.
We'll post more information about registration as it becomes available.
Registration is open for VOLUNTEERS, click here.
The Bicycle Challenge is a 66, 56 and 25 mile Ride with great water views of the Long Island Sound, challenging hills and friendly people.
Here are just a few features:
- Best Road Marks
6 Well Stocked Rest Stops One Every 14 Miles Or So...
Free Raffle Prizes
Friendly People, Atmsophere & Dedicated Organizers.
Tex Mex And Italian Food At The End Of The Ride
Lowest Priced Event In The North East Just $40.00!!
On September 8, 2017 Lara, a freshman at Oceanside High School, was was on her way to school when she was struck by a car at the corner of Foxhurst Road and Harvey Avenue. Lara suffered multiple serious injuries that will require extensive therapy for the unforeseen future.
-Registration from 9-11. KSU @ 1100.
-$20 per bike and $10 per passenger.
-50/50 raffle with food and beverages to follow after the run.
From the Safe Routes to School National Partnership:
Equity is a core principal of Safe Routes to School. How do we best ensure all types of walkers, riders, and rollers are provided access through Safe Routes to School? Please join us as we discuss language, policy, and practice that engages students of all ability levels in your program. Come ready to learn about resources available to support practitioners working towards the inclusion of students with disabilities in Safe Routes to School.
Chris Mackey, Information Specialist, National Center for Physical Activity and Disability
John Waterman, Executive Director, Programs to Educate All Cyclists
Sara Mazze, Safe Routes to School Program Manager, Transportation Department Eugene School District 4J
Date(s): Sunday, June 3, 2018
Start/Finish Location: Bethpage State Park (Farmingdale, NY)
Fundraising Minimum: $200
Age Minimum: 12 - minors must be accompanied by an adult
Site opens 7:30a.m.; Ride begins at 8:30 a.m. Online and phone registration will close on Thursday, May 31 at 3 p.m.
Join Trips for Kids Metro NY as we celebrate the 11 year anniversary of Cunningham Park's North Woods Mountain Bike Trail!
Fun All-Day Activities Include:
Beginner Mountain Bike lessons (TFK)
Guided Trail Rides ( Beginner and Internmediate)
Bike Art (Recycle a Bicycle/ Bike NewYork)
Pump Track - ( CLIF)
Events are ongoing throughout the day, so you can participate in as many activities as you like. RSVP on the Eventbrite page so we know how many people to accommodate.
What to bring:
TFK will provide its fleet of bikes supporting riders ages 7 and up. You are welcome to bring your own bike or you can pre-register to make sure a complimentary bike is available.
Where to go:
Grassy Knoll in front of
210th Street Playground at 73rd Ave
Oakland Gardens, NY 11364
The event is being produced by Trips for Kids Metro NY, CLIMB, PEAK, Friends of Cunningham Park, and CLIF
For more information, email email@example.com.
The Fork is back! A Bicycling Magazine Cool Ride of the Month.
$150 total donation • No additional fundraising required
Limited to 600 cyclists only! This ride sells out!
Routes for Beginners & Experts
40 miles • 50 miles • 70 miles • 100 Miles
The 40- and 50-mile routes are incredibly flat!
The 70- and 100-mile routes have a couple modest hills.
Full support, great rest stops, and beer from our friends at Greenport Harbor Brewing Company... all to benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Resource Foundation.
The largest Bike to School Day event in Nassau County! We are so excited to have an entire elementary school participate!!! This is our third event working with Sea Cliff Elementary School in addition to seeing some terrific Kidical Mass events - seriously, the Village of Sea Cliff might be the bicycle center of Nassau County. We encourage the other villages to step up and challenge that!
Over 2000 attendee's from over 300 cities including global mayors, CTOs, CIOs, civil society organizations, non-profits, the private sector, and thought leaders from around the world, will connect at Smart Cities for discussions and debates on the key issues confronting modern cities- and best approaches to build smart and resilient cities.
FREE & open to the public
May 4 (10AM-8PM)
May 5 (9AM-6PM)
Pier 36 at Basketball City (299 South Street, Manhattan)
On the two days prior to the TD Five Boro Bike Tour, more than 60,000 cyclists roll through Basketball City to meet, greet, & talk shop with one another and 100+ exhibitors, from big brands to local innovators. There’s truly something for everyone. Don’t know how to ride a bike? We’ll teach you. For free. Prepping for your next big race? Check out the latest in state-of-the-art gear. Merch sales, product demos, giveaways, panels, contests, entertainment—it’s all at the Expo.
More info CLICK HERE
Details will be posted shortly
Long Island Streets in partnership with community members and organizations on the Long Beach barrier island are rallying before the May Day City Council meeting for bus service to be restored.
Stand in solidarity with WORKERS, DISABLED, LOW-COME, COMMUTERS, CAR-LESS, DISADVANTAGED and all workers and visitors on the barrier island who were affected by the CRUEL drastic bus cuts – people were denied their RIGHTS to a public meeting.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION should never be on the chopping block!!!
Nature, history, exercise - this program has it all! As we enjoy the bike trails of Heckscher, we will make stops to highlight the natural and historic sites along the way. Recommended for ages 8+. Bring water, your bike. Helmets Required!
Phone: (631) 581-1072
The parade is a 6.5 mile bicycle loop, beginning and ending at Hofstra's North Campus and circling around Eisenhower Park. There is also a 1.9-mile walking route. Prizes will be given for the most impressively decorated bikes and best costumes. So have fun and be creative! Free tee-shirts for the first 20 registered attendees. Stick around afterwards for the bike to work festival with music, speakers and prizes. It will be fun for the whole family!
The parade is perfectly free, suggested $10 donation.
Click on pic for more info & registration
NASSAU-SUFFOLK TRAIL OR BUST:
7:00 AM – 20 miles – fast – varied – Info: Tammy, 631-896-1409, between 6-9 PM.
Hike for Life—Hug a Trail Training Hike! This is a LIGTC members-only hike. We’ll meet on Ocean Ave. near Merrick Road (on the west side of Caroon’s Lake), then leave some cars and drive the rest to C.S.H., where we’ll hike the full length of the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trail; bring water, lunch, trail snacks, and determination; heavy rain cancels, light rain does not; call morning of hike if unsure; take NY 135 south to the last exit at Merrick Road; head east about a mile and make a left onto Ocean Ave just before the lake; park on Ocean Ave. close to Merrick Rd.
More info: Long Island Green Trail Conference
The Assembly brings together government, business and civic leaders from around the region to discuss issues vital to our region’s future, including the crisis of affordability, threats to our coastlines, deteriorating infrastructure and pressures on our quality of life.
More information at assembly.rpa.org.
"Join fellow greenways and trails advocates and partners for our fifth New England Bike-Walk Summit, April 26-27. We’ll share best practices, build relationships, and inspire more trail and greenway development throughout New England"
For more information and to register...
Sponsored by LIv and Brands Womens MTB team!
"Join us and pedal forward to spring on a no drop mountain bike ride for beginners. This will be a great way to start the day with your girl friends, mothers and daughters. If you are new to mountain biking this will be an excellent way to get comfortable on the bike and learn how to ride the trail with confidence. We will have full support from the maintenance crew from Brands Cycle and Fitness, and after the ride refreshments and bakery goods from Rachel (our Girls MTB young ambassador and aspiring chef ) and Paula Mordini from Paula's Own will be served."