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SUNDAY, MAY 5, 2024

 

Standard, Member, and VIP registration for the Tour are sold out, 

but you can still register as a Charity Rider!

Start Schedule

WAVE 1 (7:30AM)

VIP & CHARITY RIDERS, PREFERRED START, MEMBERS

Recommended arrival time:  6:00AM-7:00AM

Southbound:  Preferred Start and Members should enter at Thomas

Northbound:  Preferred Start and Members should enter from Chambers to Bogardus Plaza then Duane

 

VIP & CHARITY BREAKFAST

VIP Riders:  Access VIP breakfast at Canal and Church

Charity Riders:  Access Charity breakfast at Broadway and Worth

 

WAVE 2 (8:05AM)

Recommended arrival time:  7:05AM-7:35AM

Southbound:  Enter at Murray

Northbound:  Enter at Warren

 

WAVE 3 (8:40AM)

Recommended arrival time:  7:40AM-8:10AM

Southbound:  Enter at Fulton

Northbound:  Enter at Vesey

 

WAVE 4 (9:15AM)

Recommended arrival time:  8:15AM-8:45AM

Southbound:  Enter at Cedar

Northbound:  Take Albany to Greenwich to Thames

 

WAVE 5 (9:50AM)

Recommended arrival time:  8:50AM-9:20AM

Southbound: enter at Morris

Northbound: take Albany to Greenwich to Rector

 

WAVE 6 (10:25AM)

Recommended arrival time:  9:25AM-9:55AM

Southbound/Northbound:  enter from Battery Place

NOTES

  • If members of your group are assigned to different Start waves, please ride together in the latest Start wave for your group.
  • Riders assigned to later Start waves cannot move to an earlier wave.
  • Riders heading southbound to the Start Line must enter their wave via Broadway.
  • Riders heading northbound to the Start Line must enter their wave via the Hudson River Greenway.
  • After a Start wave is released, the next Start wave moves up. Please refer to access points for earlier waves.
  • Sixth Avenue will reopen to cars at 12:00PM.

Packet Pickup 2024

On May 5, you’ll be joining over 32,000 other cyclists for a true New York City experience!  But first, you’ll pick up your rider ID kit at our Packet Pickup event on Thursday, May 2, Friday, May 3, or Saturday, May 4.

Please bring your registration confirmation email with your QR code and a valid photo ID.

Address:
Center415, 415 5th Avenue Between E 37th and E 38th St, New York, NY 10016

Hours:

  • Thursday, May 2:  3:00 PM–8:00 PM
  • Friday, May 3:  10:00 AM–8:00 PM
  • Saturday, May 4:  9:00 AM–5:00 PM

Note:  These hours are subject to change. We will update them if necessary, and inform registered participants.

Picking Up Your Packet

Adult riders: 

Please bring the following with you:

  • Your QR code from your confirmation or start wave email
  • Your valid Photo ID:
    • Residents of the United States and Puerto Rico must show a state or federal government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, DMV photo ID, or passport
    • Non-US residents must show a valid passport

Youth riders:

To pick up a youth’s packet without them being present, you (the parent or registered guardian) must bring:

  • Your own valid photo ID and your QR code, printed out or on a smartphone
  • Your youth’s QR code, printed out or on a smartphone
  • You do not need to provide photo ID for your youth rider

Proxy Packet Pickup

Proxy Packet Pickup is available again this year! Here’s what to do:

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR RIDER:

Provide your proxy with the following items:

  • Copy of your photo ID
  • Copy of your QR code (you can find this in your confirmation email)

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROXY:

Please bring the following items to Packet Pickup:

  • Your rider’s photo ID (printout or image on your smartphone)
  • Your rider’s QR code (printout or image on your smartphone)
  • Your own photo ID

If you’re picking up a packet for your Youth rider (under age 18), you don’t need to have their photo ID, just their confirmation email.

Getting There

We encourage you to take mass transit, ride a Citi Bike, or walk to Center 415. Due to space constraints, there will be no onsite bike parking.

MASS TRANSIT:
Center415 is just a few blocks from Grand Central Terminal (yes, that Grand Central!). 

CITI BIKE:

There are several stations located within a few blocks of Center415 – you can use the Citi Bike app to find available spots and bikes.

ON FOOT:

Center415 is walking distance from Times Square and the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Exhibitors

We’re excited to announce that we will have a number of exhibitors showcasing their products and services during Packet Pickup.

Make sure to stop by these booths and see what they have to offer!

* These exhibitors are also selling products from their booths, so you can stock up on everything you need for a successful Tour.

Charity

The cost of Charity registration depends on your selected charity. Charity registration includes:

  • All standard registration perks
  • Guaranteed placement in the first start wave
  • Breakfast at the Start
  • Lunch at the Finish Festival
  • The satisfaction of knowing you’ve helped further the cause of Bike New York and your chosen charity
  • Whatever other perks are offered by your selected charity

Standard (Adult & Youth) - SOLD OUT

STANDARD REGISTRATION HAS SOLD OUT. YOU MAY STILL REGISTER AS A VIP OR CHARITY RIDER.

Standard registration for adults and youths costs $139 (plus processing fees), $29 of which is a tax-deductible charitable donation to Bike New York to help fund our free bike education, advocacy, and community outreach programming. Standard registration includes:

  • Rider Identification Kit (helmet cover, bib & bike plate) – this is your key to enter and participate in the Tour
  • Snacks and entertainment at rest areas along the route
  • Fully supported route with additional water stops
  • Access to free bike repair along the route provided by Trek
  • Access to SAG (Support and Gear) vehicles
  • Entry to the Finish Festival on Staten Island
  • Special edition finisher medal
  • Digital finisher certificate

Bike New York Member - SOLD OUT

MEMBER REGISTRATION HAS SOLD OUT. YOU MAY STILL REGISTER AS A VIP OR CHARITY RIDER.

Registration for Bike New York Members costs $139 (plus processing fees), $29 of which is a tax-deductible charitable donation to Bike New York to help fund our free bike education, advocacy, and community outreach programming.

If you aren’t a Member yet, you may purchase a membership during registration.

Bike New York Member registration includes:

  • All standard registration perks
  • Guaranteed placement in Wave 1 Standard wave
  • All the other benefits of being a Bike New Yorker!

VIP (Adult & Youth) - SOLD OUT

VIP registration for adults and youths costs $400 (plus processing fees), $84 of which is a tax-deductible charitable donation to Bike New York to help fund our free bike education, advocacy, and community outreach programming. VIP registration includes:

  • All standard registration perks
  • Guaranteed placement in the first start wave
  • Choice of two limited-edition TD Five Boro Bike Tour jerseys produced by Primal Wear
  • Custom, limited-edition Tour-branded Manhattan Portage bag
  • Breakfast and entertainment at the Start
  • Timed climb over the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge
  • Access to exclusive VIP lounge and gourmet lunch at the Finish Festival

Tips for Registering

To get started, click here.

If you already have an EnMotive account:

  • Enter your email address and password under I have an EnMotive Account and click on Sign In.
  • If you’ve forgotten your password, click on Forgot Password.
  • On the next screen, enter your email address and click on Reset Password.
  • You’ll receive an email with a new password. If you do not get an email within a few minutes, please check your spam folder.

If you’ve never logged into EnMotive before:

  • Enter your information under I don’t have an EnMotive Account and click on Create My Account.
  • If you get the message “An account already exists for this email address” click on the blue Log In button in the upper righthand corner.
  • A popup will appear; click on Forgot Password.
  • On the next screen, enter your email address and click on Reset Password.
  • You’ll receive an email with a new password. If you do not get an email within a few minutes, please check your spam folder.

Once you’re logged in, you can register for the Tour, and update your personal information if needed.

If you need technical assistance accessing your EnMotive account, please email help@enmotive.com.

WHEN YOU RENT A BIKE WITH UNLIMITED BIKING, THE OFFICIAL RENTAL PARTNER OF BIKE NEW YORK, PROCEEDS HELP FUND OUR BIKE EDUCATION PROGRAM!

Driving & Parking

We recommend that participants driving to the TD Five Boro Bike Tour park on Staten Island in the morning.

You can bike to the Ferry and ride over to lower Manhattan to the Start. After you finish riding, you’ll ride back to your car and avoid any lines at the Ferry.

NOTE: Cars parked along the Tour route will be towed and impounded.

Learn more about parking on Staten Island

Bike

We’re quite partial to this option. From anywhere in Manhattan or downtown Brooklyn, the best way to get to the Start Area is by bike. The Hudson River Greenway and Broadway both lead directly to Bowling Green. For detailed directions, use Google Maps to plan your route. Be sure to click the bicycle icon.

Subway

Note that some subway stations do not accommodate bikes. The MTA requests that participants do not bring bikes on the L/M/G trains. Visit www.mta.info for customized travel directions using TripPlanner, or call the MTA for more information by dialing 511. Check the schedule for changes as Tour day approaches.

LEARN MORE ABOUT GETTING THERE BY SUBWAY

PATH Train (from New Jersey)

  • From Hoboken, take the PATH train toward 33rd St. and get off at the Christopher St. stop. From Newark, Harrison, Journal Square, Grove St., and Exchange Pl., take the WTC train and get off at the World Trade Center stop. 
  • The fare is $2.75, payable by MetroCard.
  • Bikes are not permitted on the first car of the train.
  • Note that you will need to use stairs to get to street level, so be prepared to carry your bike.
  • For up-to-date information, system map, station locations, and parking information, visit www.panynj.gov or dial 1-800-234-PATH.
LEARN MORE ABOUT BIKES ON THE PATH TRAIN

Long Island Railroad (LIRR)

On Tour day, off-peak fares apply, and bike permit rules are suspended.

  • Cyclists can take the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) to Penn Station or Grand Central-Madison and then transfer to downtown subway service, or cycle downtown.
  • We ask that you space you and your bikes evenly throughout the train to facilitate the flow of people boarding and disembarking at stations.
  • Please bring a bungee cord to secure your bike.
  • For more information on departure times and station locations, including weekend timetables, visit www.mta.info/lirr.
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE LIRR

Metro-North Railroad

  • Take the Metro-North to Grand Central Station at East 42nd St. and Park Ave.
  • To get to Bowling Green via subway from Grand Central Terminal, take the 4, 5, or 6 train to the Brooklyn Bridge or City Hall stations.
  • On Tour Day:
    • Bikes are allowed on all trains on the Harlem, Hudson, and New Haven Lines.
    • Bike permit rules are suspended.
    • There will be no restrictions on the number of bikes per train.
    • Off-peak fares apply.
  • For more information on departure times and station locations, visit www.mta.info/mnr.
LEARN MORE ABOUT METRO-NORTH RAILROAD

NYC Ferry

Note: This is not information for the Staten Island Ferry.

 

NYC Ferry, which operates a ferry landing in St. George five minutes west of the Staten Island Ferry Terminal, is significantly constrained in their ability to take bikes onboard.

We have been asked by NYC Ferry’s organizers to encourage Five Boro Bike Tour participants to use the Staten Island Ferry rather than NYC Ferry.

Anyone using NYC Ferry on Tour day with their bike should be prepared to wait for several boats before being able to board.

LEARN MORE ABOUT NYC FERRY

NY Waterway (From Jersey City)

Ferry service information will be provided closer to the date of the Tour.

While you're in NYC . . .

If you’re coming to New York City for the TD Five Boro Bike Tour, then make sure to check out the nycgo.com for official visitor information to help you plan your trip! The guide is a great resource for everything you need to know regarding where to stay, eat, drink and play while you’re in town.

FAQ

When will I find out my wave assignment?

Wave assignments, including start time and directions on how to get to your start location, will be emailed out beginning April 26.
If you’re registered as a VIP, Charity Rider, or Bike New York Member, you’ll be assigned to Wave 1.
All Standard riders will be assigned to Wave 2-6. If you want to start with your friends or family, please make sure you’re all on the same team. We cannot accommodate start wave requests.
Note: If you purchased shipping (this was available during January and can no longer be added), your wave information will be included in your rider ID kit; kits will ship out starting the second week of April.

When and where is Packet Pickup? Can I pick up someone else's rider ID kit?

Packet Pickup for your 2024 Tour rider identification kit (RIK) will take place again at:

Center415 — 415 5th Avenue (between East 37th and 38th Streets) New York, NY 10016 (map link)

  • Thursday, May 2:  3:00PM-8:00PM
  • Friday, May 3:  10:00AM-8:00PM
  • Saturday, May 4:  9:00AM-5:00PM

We are offering Proxy Packet Pickup, and you don’t need to fill out a Proxy form. See details below:

If you’re having someone pick up your rider ID kit (RIK), please email the following to your Proxy:

  • Your confirmation email (with the QR code at the bottom)
  • A copy of your government-issued photo ID

If you’re the Proxy, please bring the two items listed above plus your own government-issued photo ID to our Packet Pickup event (please see the FAQ above). You don’t have to print these items out – you can have them on your phone or other device.

If you’re picking up a RIK for your Youth rider (under age 18), you don’t need to have their photo ID, just their confirmation email.

Note: Proxies may pick up rider ID kits for up to ten riders at one time.

When is the 2024 TD Five Boro Bike Tour? Can I still register?

The 46th edition of the TD Five Boro Bike Tour will take place on Sunday, May 5, 2024.

Standard, Member, and VIP registration are sold out, but you can still register as a Charity Rider!

What is a team? Do I have to be on a team?

The deadline to form or join a team was Friday, April 19, at 5:00PM.

Not to worry, though! You can still ride with friends and family.

If members of your group are assigned to different Start waves, please ride together in the latest Start wave for your group.

Notes:

  • Bike New York Members do not join teams; you’ll automatically be grouped together in Wave 1.
  • If you are a Charity rider, you’ll automatically be registered under the name of the charity for which you are fundraising.
  • All VIPs are assigned to Wave 1.

 

What is a rider identification kit? Do I need it to ride in the Tour?

All participants must wear the full rider identification kit (RIK) to ride in the Tour. Here’s what’s in your RIK:

For Standard riders:

  • Your 2024 Tour helmet cover
  • Your numbered bib (to attach to the front of your jersey or shirt)
  • Your numbered bike plate (to attach to the handlebars of your bike)
  • Fasteners (safety pins and twist ties)

For VIP and Charity riders:

  • All of the above items
  • Your VIP or Charity credential so you can access breakfast at the Start, and your luncheon area at the Finish Festival

NOTE:  If you ordered shipping for your RIK, you’ll receive it in mid to late April. If you did not, you’ll pick up your RIK at our Packet Pickup event (please see the FAQ above).

YOUR SHIPPED RIDER ID KIT WILL NOT CONTAIN ANY APPAREL PURCHASED FROM PRIMAL WEAR. THOSE ITEMS WILL SHIP SEPARATELY FROM PRIMAL WEAR IN MID-APRIL.

Can I bring a bag on the Tour? Can I check a bag?

Yes. However, the following are prohibited:

  • Bags with shoulder straps (including backpacks, hydration packs, drawstring bags, and messenger bags)
  • Panniers or bags that hang on the side of your bike
  • Covered baskets
  • Any bag over 420 cubic inches (6.9 liters)

Here’s more info on baggage restrictions.

If you think that one or more of the above criteria applies to your bag, do not bring that bag.

If you do, your bag and personal belongings may be confiscated, and will not be returned to you under any circumstances.

Bike New York is not responsible for confiscated property.

NOTE: These restrictions may be updated as Tour day gets closer; we’ll post any changes here.

There is no baggage check on the Tour; bring only what you can carry.

What if I don’t have a bike? Can I rent one?

Yes! Our official Tour rental partner Unlimited Biking provides a wide variety of bikes for the Tour.

With the convenience of bike pick-up in lower Manhattan on Tour morning, and drop-off at the Staten Island Ferry (St. George Ferry Terminal), you can ensure your Tour goes smoothly.

And the best part? Proceeds from your rental help fund our free education, outreach, and advocacy programs!

I purchased shipping for my RIK - when will it arrive?

The deadline to purchase rider identification kit shipping (RIK) has passed.

If you purchased shipping for your RIK, please note the following:

YOUR RIDER ID KIT WILL NOT CONTAIN ANY APPAREL PURCHASED FROM PRIMAL WEAR. THOSE ITEMS WILL SHIP SEPARATELY FROM PRIMAL WEAR IN MID-APRIL.

SHIPPING DATES: RIKs will be shipped out starting the second week of April, via Fed Ex (adult signature required).

VIP RIDERS:  Your RIK will include your Manhattan Portage bag; your jersey will ship separately from Primal Wear.

MEMBERSHIP WELCOME GIFTS:  For new Bike New York Members, welcome gifts will ship separately from EnMotive within 6-10 weeks.

STANDARD RIDERS:  If you purchase shipping and want to ride with a team but did not form or join one before the deadline (March 15), you may ride with your friends and family in the latest assigned wave for your group.

INTERNATIONAL RIDERS:  If your mailing address is outside the US, shipping is not available. Please select a category that does not include shipping.

Shipping purchases are non-refundable. 

No transfers are allowed for Tour entries that include shipping.

How do I purchase my Tour photos?

Here’s how to pre-order the MarathonFoto Digital Photo Offer after you’ve already registered:

  • Log into your EnMotive account
  • On your account page, click on Registrations on the left side and find your 2024 Tour registration
  • Click on the three dots, then View Registration
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the screen
  • Select the MarathonFoto Digital Photo Offer
  • Click Add to Cart
  • Submit your payment and you’ll be set to go!

Note: The $10 discount is available until registration for the Tour closes; you may purchase the MarathonFoto Digital Photo Offer after the Tour at full price ($79.95).

What kind of bike is allowed on the Tour? Can I use my e-bike?

Any human-powered pedaled bike (recumbent, unicycle, tandem, tricycle, etc.) is permitted, with the exception of surrey or party bikes (equipped with steering wheels).

Class 1 pedal-assist e-bikes may be used on the Tour.

Note:  Class 2 or throttle e-bikes are not permitted on any Bike New York events, even if the throttle function is disabled.

Can I still purchase a jersey or other Tour apparel?

February 14 was the deadline to purchase Primal Wear Tour apparel and have it shipped to you before the Tour.

However, you can still order apparel on Primal Wear’s online shop up until May 14 and get it in late June.

Are there age restrictions for the Tour?

Yes.

Children under the age of 3 are not allowed on the Tour. 

All children ages 3 and older must be registered to participate in the Tour, and must adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Youths ages 3 to 9 must ride with an adult on a tandem bike, in a child’s seat, on a tag-along bike, or in a bike trailer.
  • Youths ages 10 to 17 may ride their own bikes, but must remain in close proximity to the adult with whom they were registered.

I plan on riding a tandem with my spouse/friend/child. Do we both need to register?

Yes.

All participants must register in order to ride in the Tour. Youths (under age 18) must be registered by a parent or guardian, and must be on the same team as their registered parent or guardian.

Children under the age of 3 are not allowed on the Tour (please see FAQ above).

I'm a Bike New York Member; can my friends and family ride with me in the first wave?

If your friends and family are Bike New York Members, they will automatically be placed in Standard Wave 1 with you.

If you want to ride with friends or family who are not Bike New York Members, you may start with them in the latest of their assigned waves.

How can I make sure I'm in the first wave for the Tour?

The only way to guarantee a start in Wave 1 of the Tour is to register as a VIP, a Bike New York Member, or a Charity rider. All other Standard riders will be placed in Waves 2 through 6, with consideration given to your start time preference.

I can't make it to the Tour - can I get a refund or transfer my entry?

Tour registration fees are non-refundable and non-deferrable.

However, you may transfer your entry to another person so they can ride in your place. Here’s how:

  • Log into your EnMotive account.
  • On your account page, click on Registrations on the left side and find your 2024 TD Five Boro Bike Tour registration.
  • Click on the three dots.
  • Select Transfer Registration.
  • Please enter the Enmotive account email address of the person to whom you would like to transfer your registration.
  • Click on Transfer Registration; this will send an email to that person notifying them of the transfer, with instructions on how to accept the transfer.
  • There is a $10 transfer fee to be paid by the transferee.
  • The transfer will only be valid for 48 hours, so be sure they accept quickly!

Notes:

The transfer deadline is 5:00PM on Wednesday, May 1.

If you purchased shipping for your rider ID kit, the deadline for transfers has passed, and you may no longer transfer your entry.

Where does the money from my Tour registration fee go? What portion of my registration fee is tax deductible?

Proceeds from the Tour fund our free bicycle education programs as well as our advocacy work to create safer and more inclusive bike infrastructure in New York City. In 2022, we taught bike riding and bike safety skills in person and in our virtual classroom to more than 20,000 kids and adults. 

Standard registration is $139.00 (plus processing fees), $29.00 of which is a tax-deductible charitable donation. VIP registration is $400.00 (plus processing fees), $94 of which is a tax-deductible charitable donation.

All Tour registration fees are non-refundable and non-deferrable.

I deferred my past Tour entry but did not redeem it. What are my options now?

2023 was the final year for deferring riders to redeem their Tour entries. All unredeemed entries have been converted to charitable donations.

If you need a donation receipt for your past entry, please reach out to us at info@bike.nyc.

Looking for hotel rooms for the 2024 Tour? Here’s the current list of our hotel partners:

 

Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan/Downtown East
95 Henry Street New York, New York (map link)
Click here to reserve your room

 

Gild Hall
15 Gold Street, New York, New York (map link)
Click here to reserve your room

 

Hilton Garden Inn Tribeca
39 6th Ave, New York, NY (map link)
Click here to reserve your room

 

Holiday Inn Express NYC – Wall Street

126 Water St, New York, NY (map link)

Click here to reserve your room

 

Holiday Inn NYC – Wall Street

51 Nassau Street, New York, NY (map link)

Click here to reserve your room

 

Millennium Downtown New York

55 Church St, New York, NY (map link)

Click here to reserve your room

 

Moxy NYC Downtown

26 Ann Street, New York, NY (map link)

Click here to reserve your room

 

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
333 Adams Street, Brooklyn, NY (map link)
Click here to reserve your room

 

New York Marriott Downtown
85 West Street @Albany, New York, NY (map link)
Click here to reserve your room

 

W New York – Times Square
1567 Broadway, New York, NY (map link)
Click here to reserve your room

 

The Westin New York at Times Square

270 West 43rd Street, New York, NY (map link)
Click here to reserve your room

 

If you have questions about a hotel’s bike parking policy, please reach out to that hotel directly.

 

This page will be updated frequently, so please check back often.

2023 TOUR PROGRAM

 

Check out our handy maps for the

2023 TD Five Boro Bike Tour:

*All maps are subject to change. Please refer to this page for the most up-to-date maps, and stay tuned for more details on the Start Area and Finish Festival.

Start Schedule

In the event that members of your group are assigned to different Start waves, please ride together in the latest Start wave for your group. Riders assigned to later Start waves cannot move to an earlier time. Riders heading southbound to the Start Line must enter their wave via Broadway. Riders heading northbound to the Start Line must enter their wave via the Hudson River Greenway.

 

START 1–VIP & CHARITY RIDERS, AND PREFERRED START & MEMBERS (7:30AM)

Recommended arrival time: 6AM-7AM. If Southbound, Preferred Start and Members should enter from Chambers to Duane or from Thomas. If Northbound, Preferred Start and Members should enter from Chambers to Bogardus Plaza then Duane.

 

START 2 (8:05AM)

Recommended arrival time: 7:05AM-7:35AM.
If Southbound, enter from Murray. If Northbound, enter from Warren.

 

START 3 (8:40AM)

Recommended arrival time: 7:40AM-8:10AM.
If Southbound, enter from Fulton. If Northbound, enter from Vesey.

 

START 4 (9:15AM)

Recommended arrival time: 8:15AM-8:45AM.
If Southbound, enter from Cedar. If Northbound, enter from Albany to Greenwich to Thames.

 

START 5 (9:50AM)

Recommended arrival time: 8:50AM-9:20AM.
If Southbound, enter from Morris. If Northbound, enter from Albany to Greenwich to Rector.

 

START 6 (10:25AM)

Recommended arrival time: 9:25AM-9:55AM.
If Southbound or Northbound, enter from Battery Pl.

 

After a Start wave is released, the line moves up. Please refer to access points for earlier waves. Sixth Ave will reopen to cars at 12:00 PM.

VIP & Charity Breakfast

VIP Riders access the VIP  breakfast from Canal and Church. Charity Riders access the breakfast from Broadway & Worth St.

VIP & Charity Entry Points

VIP & Charity Riders in Start Wave 1 should enter from Chambers to Duane or from Thomas. See the streets indicated in red on the Start Wave Map.

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If you would like to cover and/or ride the 2023 TD Five Boro Bike Tour as a member of the press, please complete and submit this form. 

Bike New York isn’t the only organization that benefits from the world’s largest charity bike ride—we partner with multiple nonprofits that bring riders together to raise funds for charity.

 

For questions, please contact charitypartner@bike.nyc.