Be a Part of It! 10 Things To Love about New York’s 5 Boro Bike Tour

Be a Part of It! 10 Things To Love about New York’s 5 Boro Bike TourOn the first Sunday in May, our NYC correspondent Gemma Gracewood went for a springtime bike ride through the city… with 32,000 other people. Here’s her report, with fantastic photos. New York, New York: a city of islands, bridges, tunnels and five boroughs. What’s not to bike? The motorways, of course. But actually, for 38 years in …
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If you can make it here… Videos from a New York cycle tour

Our Greg Wood went over to New York some months ago, to ride the 5 Boro’s Tour, and see what all the cycling excitement in New York is all about – new cycleways, new bike share system, new enthusiasm for BIKES. If you didn’t manage to come along to his presentation to CAA’s AGM some …
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New York 5 Boros Tour – Video Teaser

The 5 Boros Tour is one of the largest NYC cycle events. Fun, big, funky, a race that isn’t a race. Here’s a little video of this year’s event. Come to our AGM on the 25th September to let Greg Wood tell you all about it, and about the booming New York City cycle culture!
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New York – If you can make it here…

Blog by Greg Wood New York was once called New Amsterdam – and given just how much bicycle infrastructure they’ve implemented recently, it might well be on its way to reclaiming that title. I went to New York in May this year to ride the 40-mile 5 Boro Tour as part of a fact-finding trip …
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Paul Steely White – New York coming our way!

We’re finalising our plans for a visit to Auckland next month by Paul Steely White, Executive Director of Transportation Alternatives (New York’s highly successful professional advocacy group for public transport, walking and cycling – listing 100,000 supporters, thousands of members and several dozen staff). Paul’s impressive international reputation reflects his success in helping transform New …
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Between cars and pedestrians, New York cyclists finding their space…

An interesting article here touching on some of the gains cycling is making in New York City. Their new bike share system had an average of 7 daily uses for each of their 6,000 bikes on its best day a week ago, and even hotels are getting into the business of providing hire bikes (something …
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