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Ride Guide NY: Five Boro Bike Tour

This coming Saturday is the annual Five Boro Bike Tour through New York. 40 car free miles with 32,000 new bike loving friends!

Bike Law New York is entering its 4th year of supporting the TD Five Boro Bike Tour, the world’s largest charity ride with over 32,000 riders. We are honored to help raise money to educate and promote safe bicycling throughout NYC. For us, there is nothing more exhilarating than spending two days at the NY Bike Expo speaking to attendees who range from local bicyclists to those who have traveled across the globe to attend.  For over the last five years we have continued to work with Bike New York providing bike crash advice through lectures and programs to New York City bicyclists and helping to work with this amazing organization to make New York City a better and safer place to ride.

2 years ago, Bike Law Timmy visited New York for the ride. Read about the Five Boro Bike ride here.

Visit and Tag Us

If you are riding in the Five Boro Bike Tour make sure to find us in the expo, snap a photo and tag us anytime you see our logo!

 

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