This is a ride through New York City's great parks to help make the park roads auto-free. Traffic Calming Rides in Manhattan's Central Park have been going on for over 10 years, and the rides in Brooklyn's Prospect Park have become popular.

Old Croton Aqueduct sign.  

Bike on the path of New York City's first aqueduct as we explore where the city's water comes from. Twenty-eight miles to the New Croton Dam. Return by Metro North train or bike back on South County Trail.

(a.k.a. the Lower Manhattan Historic Ride)

Dramatic (and historic) book reading.

Visit glamorous and notorious Lower Manhattan's most famous spots in history, infamy, and unparalleled opulence, including:

How Green is Our City?              

Earth Day Bike (Click for Larger Illustration)   EARTH DAY DANCE RIDE   

Monday, April 22, 2013

The East River. Cool off on the waterfront and see how the Big Apple is Water City on rides in our Blue Apple series. Guided by waterfront experts, all rides in this series will show you how the rivers, creeks, and bays of New York are revitalizing. Visit new parks and public places, and pockets of the city from ages past.

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