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About Bike New York

About Us

Bike New York is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that promotes and encourages bicycling and bicycle safety through education, community outreach and events.

What We Do

We offer free bike education programs throughout the five boroughs, whereby we teach kids and adults how to ride a bike, and how to do so safely and confidently in the city. In 2015 alone, we taught bike skills to 17,000 New Yorkers. Bike New York organizes numerous annual events, including the TD Five Boro Bike Tour (the largest charitable bike ride in the U.S.), Bike Expo New York, and smaller regional and community rides.

Bike Education Programs

Grab life by the handlebars.

1977 Five Boro Bike Tour in the bronx

Our Story

The history of Bike New York is the history of the Five Boro Bike Tour, and it all started with an audacious plan to take a group of high schoolers on a ride across New York City. Every year since 1977, on the first Sunday in May, we welcome 32,000 cyclists from every state in the nation and more than 60 countries around the world to NYC for an experience of the Big Apple unlike any other.

SUSTAINABILITY

Cycling is a zero-emissions activity, but a large-scale ride like the TD Five Boro Bike Tour is not. That’s why, in 2014, we implemented myriad initiatives to make the Tour as green as it can be and to set the bar high for sustainably produced events.

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SPONSORSHIPS

Align your brand with New York City’s leading proponent of cycling as a safe, practical, sustainable, and healthy means of transportation and recreation.

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MEDIA

Bike New York is the City’s leading proponent of cycling and the go-to resource for anyone planning to saddle up and hit the streets. Check out past media appearances and download press releases.

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Our Team

Poets, photographers, programmers, thespians—we’re a diverse bunch, but we’re all here for one purpose: to put more butts on bikes. Meet the passionate people that make Bike New York roll.

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Get In Touch

Got a question? Drop us a line.

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