Join us for a Manhattan Loop Ride ride on the EAST COAST GREENWAY!
START: East River Greenway entrance @ 62th St. & East River Esplanade - meet inside park at the lower dog run inside this entrance
FINISH: East River Greenway @ E 34th St. & FDR Drive
Please join us for a 32-mile guided bike ride around Manhattan on the East Coast Greenway using the East and West Side Greenways. We start by heading up the East River Greenway past Roosevelt & Randalls Islands, through Inwood then over and south down the Hudson River Greenway passing the George Washington Bridge, the Intrepid and then all the way to Battery Park. The ride will proceed at an easy-going pace of 10 - 13 MPH.
Please bring what you'll need such as water, snacks, a spare tire, and PLEASE wear a helmet. We usually ride rain or shine but if the weather is particularly unpleasant, you will receive a cancellation email by 7:00 AM on the day of the ride.
Riders must wear a helmet to participate in this bike ride.
There is a suggested donation of $10 to join this ride, which supports the ECGA's mission to create a 3,000-mile Greenway from Maine to Florida. Donate $50 or more and you'll receive a year membership to the ECGA!
FUN FACT: The ECGA was founded in New York City in 1991!
Buzz Shatton, Anthony Savarese, Jeffrey Behm and Scott Baker volunteers for the East Coast Greenway Alliance.
For more information about the ride, contact Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about the ECGA NY Committee and its activities – including additional rides this season – please visit the NY ECG Committee Facebook page.
A $50 donation to join this ride provides a reduced-cost first-year membership to the ECGA and access to all of the 4 rides scheduled by the East Coast Greenway Alliance (ECGA) this year! This tax-deductible donation supports the ECGA's mission to create a 2,900-mile trail from Maine to Florida. (FUN FACT: The ECGA was founded in New York City in 1991!)
Already an ECGA member? There is no required dontaion for the ride. Just select the ECGA member ticket.
For information about the ECGA NY Committee and its activities – including additional rides this season – please visit the NY ECG State Committee webpage.
I agree and acknowledge that I am participating in the ECGA Bike Ride voluntarily and under my own free will, and that I am aware that possible physical injury might occur to me as a result of my participation in this bike ride. I acknowledge that I am an experienced bicycle rider on or crossing roads and highways where there is motorized traffic and that I am physically able to participate in this bike ride. I hereby release and hold harmless the East Coast Greenway Alliance, its Boards of Trustees, individually and collectively, and its officers, employees, volunteers and agents from any and all injury and damages that result, directly or indirectly, from my participation in this bike ride.
Dog Run @ 62 Street, East River Greenway, in park