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Total confirmed 2018 rides: 375

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New York
Contact: Claire Nolan   <--Send email
Distance: 12 miles
Notes: We will visit the ghost bike sites in the City of Albany and Colonie.
There are two Starting Points – Boat Launch area, Albany Corning Preserve, 6:00 PM and W. Capitol Park & Washington Ave. & State St., 6:30 PM.

Anyone with a bicycle and helmet is welcome to this slow-pace and quiet ride. We will ride as a group giving us great visibility on the road. If you prefer not to ride, please meet at Diva De Loayza’s site at the corner of Western Ave., Homestead, and University Place (near Sunoco station, the Uncommon Grounds plaza, and All Saints RC Church).
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Contact: David Saunders   <--Send email
Distance: 8 Miles
Notes: More info: https://www.facebook.com/Buffalo-Ride-of-Silence-545082772534630/

Official Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/401602393622477/

Event details: We will meet in the Delaware Park ring road near the police radio tower at 6:00 pm. At 7:00 pm we will depart on a 8 mile ride through the city. The max speed will be between 8 and 10 mph. The ride is free but lights and helmets are mandatory. Please be aware this is a self-supported ride. It is recommended to bring your own tube and patch kit. We will have a limited number of black and red armbands to loan out for the duration of the event. We expect to return to the park by 8:30 pm.

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Contact: William Miller   <--Send email
Distance: 8 miles
Notes: Meet at Dietz Stadium, 170 N. Front St. in Kingston at 6:30 PM to ride a slow 8-mile route through NYS's first capital. Bring lights if you have them. Helmets Required. Black and red arm bands provided. Arrive 15-minutes early to sign in. Parking is in the upper lot on the left as you drive in.
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New York CIty

Contact: Michael Ortiz   <--Send email
Distance: 12 miles
Notes: Event Date: 5/16/18

Meet Time: 6:30pm

Meet Location: Waterfront Bicycles 391 West St. (hybrid bikes are available for rent; just let me know your name and height, so they can have it ready for you)

Ride Time: 7:00pm

Ride Location: Henry Hudson Parkway

Weather: 80 and clear skies

Ride Start: 2 blocks south of the bike shop, in front of Eric Ng's Ghost Bike (symbolic of the ride) Ride turnaround: 'The Grave of an Amiable Child' on 130th street (again, symbolic; we won't actually ride up to it in the interest of time).

Ride Mileage: ~12-13 miles

Estimated Time: 1 hour, 15 minutes


The ride starts at 7pm. I'll say few words, as well as anyone else who wants to say anything; the floor is yours, too. We'll take a quick photo and then we'll start the ride towards the turnaround. We ride in silence, but if you have to communicate, you can; just try not to have a conversation. We also wear black armbands, so if you have one or something that could pass for one, do bring it.

Event page link: https://www.facebook.com/michael.henry.ortiz/posts/10101308377667472

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Contact: Kecia McCullough   <--Send email
Distance: 9 miles
Notes: Our planned route is:


Facebook event page is at: https://www.facebook.com/events/157131744952638/

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Rockland County

Contact: Rita Joachim   <--Send email
Distance: 6 miles
Rockland Bicycling Club joins cyclists worldwide in the international Ride of Silence.
Wed. May 16th at 6:30 pm. All bike riders are invited.

Cyclists will take to the roads in a silent procession to honor and remember cyclists who've been killed or injured while cycling on public roadways. The Ride of Silence calls on everyone to share the road safely.

The Ride will start and end at the Rockland County Courthouse in New City. The ride starts at 6:30pm on Wed., May 16th 2018. The Courthouse is at 1 So. Main Street in New City 10956.

Lights are suggested. Helmets are required. We will ride slowly and remain silent during the ride. Police support will be provided.

Add your voice to the call for respect on the roads. Ride with us. All cyclists welcome. Parking available at the courthouse for those who drive to the Ride.

visit RocklandBike.org for more info

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