New York is becoming more bike friendly than ever with new bike paths being opened each week.
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Tips for Riders provide a wealth of information about where and how to bike safely in New York.
America’s largest cycling event takes place this Sunday morning, May 6th the 2012: TD Five Boro Bike Tour will start at 7:45 AM and end by 6:30 PM. Approximately 32,000 cyclists are expected this year to travel the 40 mile route. Major closures along the route include Church St/6th Av, Madison Ave Bridge, 3rd Ave Bridge (7:30AM-11:30AM), Southbound Harlem River Drive/FDR Drive between 132nd St and 63rd St (8:00AM-11:30AM), the upper level of the Queensboro Bridge, Pulaski Bridge, Westbound Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and Gowanus Expressway (9:00AM-3:30PM) between Atlantic Avenue and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge Lower Level. The route concludes at the Ferry Terminal in Staten Island for the return ferry crossing to Manhattan. Motorists are advised to expect delays and seek alternate routes during these closures.
Remember that even if you don’t bike, you can join the fun by using a pedicab and licensed guide to stay with your companions and be part of the fun! For more information e-mail email@example.com
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