Upcoming Rides

  • Saturday, June 25, 2022
    • 8A
      B+
      54
      Long Meadow/Harriman from New City or Kakiat (55 or 40 miles)
      Stephen Brehl

      There's often wildlife on view as this ride includes the scenic stretch of Long Meadow past Sterling Forest, and enters Harriman State Park via 106. On this route in the past we've seen bears, snakes, turtles, eagles, pilleated woodpeckers, and more.

      There are two distance options. One is to start from New City to meet up with riders in Suffern for a total of about 55 miles. The other option is to join in Suffern for about 40 miles. Either one offers the beautiful scenery of Long Meadow Road followed by the pleasant climb up to Kanawauke Circle. We'll sail down Willow Grove and return to New City through Pomona. A link to full directions and a gpx file are in the cue sheet link below.

      If you plan to join us in Suffern, we'll meet you at Kakiat Park on Route 202. Be ready to roll at 8:45, but be patient.

      Bring some food in your pocket as there are limited options for purchase on this route.

      Ride promoter: Steve Brehl (845-304-9918)

      Average speed: 16.4 mph overall average. 17-22 on the flats, slower on the climbs.

      Route: https://www.strava.com/routes/17118851

      Rest stops: We'll stop for water and the food in our pockets at the Tuxedo firehouse at the end of Long Meadow Road.

      Rain at the start cancels the ride. If it rains later we'll get wet.

    • 9A
      C+
      22.6
      Haverstraw loop up and over Gate Hill and Little Tor
      Duncan McMillan

      A quick 'beat the heat' ride, relatively short but with some climbing - we're going over Little Tor the easier way (from the north to the south).

  • Sunday, June 26, 2022
    • 8:30A
      B+
      36.2
      RBC Sunday Club Ride
      Stephen Brehl

      Come join us on our weekly club ride that we feature every Sunday. There are three route options starting and ending at the same place, giving us an opportunity to socialize with old friends and to make new ones! We start at David's Bagels in New City so you'll be able to stock up on any needed goodies at the start and share a coffee or meal with fellow riders afterwards. The three routes are loops within loops so riders of different paces can cross paths along the way, and so groups can support each other.

      Although our hope is to offer all three routes at different pace options on a weekly basis, options will be determined by ride leader availability.

      Route option: RBC Club Ride 35 - Link and GPX are accessed through the Cue Sheet button below

      Pace: 16.1 mph average

      Terrain: rolling/hilly (52 ft/mile elevation gain)

      Regrouping: as needed

      Rest stops: Quick bathroom/water stop at a park midway as needed.

      Rain at the start cancels the ride. If it rains later we'll get wet.

  • Monday, June 27, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Wednesday, June 29, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      18
      Ride Then Imbibe - 1840 Tavern
      Duncan McMillan

      For this Ride Then Imbibe, we'll be visiting the 1840 Tavern in West Nyack. They have a house brew as well as great food and a beautiful garden in which we can congregate and recover from our exertions.

      We'll park and roll-out/in across the street at Taimoca as thier parking lot is large and has easy access.

      This ride is open to all and we plan on splitting the groups according to speed. nobody will be dropped.

      This spot is not to be missed (especially the 1840 Burger with bacon jam!)

  • Thursday, June 30, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Saturday, July 2, 2022
    • 9:30A
      B
      37
      Taco Saturday - 37
      Steve Crowell

      Yes, yes, I know it's supposed to be Taco Tuesday, but in my opinion alliteration is overused. So, "What is Taco Saturday?", I hear you ask.

      It's two rides starting out from Craft Taqueria in New City: this ride, a B pace and a C+ pace (29 miles in length) led by Duncan. The two routes start out together, split, and then rejoin later in the ride - it'll be fun to see where and when we cross paths.

      Anyways, we'll all meet up back at the restaurant and grab a delicious lunch of tacos and other Mexican-inspired goodies. Everyone will be on their own for their lunch check.

      Here's a link to Craft Taqueria should you care to peruse the food and drinks menu - https://www.crafttaqueria.com/

      Pace: 15.5 mph or so average speed

      Terrain: rolling (54 ft/mile elevation gain)

      Rest stops: None planned, but we'll enjoy lunch and an adult beverage at the end

      Disclosure - Craft Taqueria, owned and operated by Lisa Kreisel's son Jeff, was recently voted Best Tacos in Rockland County.

    • 9:30A
      C+
      29
      Taco Saturday - 29
      Duncan McMillan

      Yes, yes, I know it's supposed to be Taco Tuesday, but in my opinion alliteration is overused. So, "What is Taco Saturday?", I hear you ask.

      It's two rides starting out from Craft Taqueria in New City: this ride, a C+ pace (29 miles in length) and a B+ pace (37-miles led by Steve Crowell). The two routes start out together, split, and then rejoin later in the ride - it'll be fun to see where and when we cross paths.

      Anyways, we'll all meet up back at the restaurant and grab a delicious lunch of tacos and other Mexican-inspired goodies. Everyone will be on their own for their lunch check.

      Here's a link to Craft Taqueria should you care to peruse the food and drinks menus - https://www.crafttaqueria.com/

      Pace: 13-14 mph or so average speed

      Terrain: Rolling (52 ft/mile elevation gain)

      Rest stops: None planned, but we'll enjoy lunch and an adult beverage at the end

      Disclosure - Craft Taqueria, owned and operated by Lisa Kreisel's son Jeff, was recently voted Best Tacos in Rockland County.

  • Thursday, July 7, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Saturday, July 9, 2022
    • 7A
      B
      38.7
      Town of Ramapo
      Glen Williams

      Let us take a ride around the Town of Ramapo. We will start off in the parking lot of Good Samaritan Hospital. When we come out of the Village of Hillburn, we will stay together as we ride on Route 17 in the Village of Sloatsburg (safety in numbers). We will climb Seven Lakes Drive, and Lake Welch Parkway, regrouping at the top before descending on St. John's Road and Kanawauke Road. We will stay on the circumference of the town, as we ride into the different villages and hamlets of the town. The ride has some steep roads, but what is a ride without climbing and getting the heart rate up.


      This is a no-drop ride, and we will stop if necessary. The route has many different challenges, so bring hydration, nutrition, and anything else you might need to help you or others.


      Bring a bike tuned and ready to go, and any extra equipment to keep that bike rolling. Safety is the key, so a helmet is necessary.


      Inclement weather spoils the fun and will cancel the ride.

    • 7:30A
      C
      50
      Sound Cyclists Shelter Island Ride*
      Steve Crowell
      Visit the website here
      Overview & History
      Cross Sound FerryThe Shelter Island Shuttle has become a staple over many years. For new members it's become a rite of passage and delivers on unforgettable memories. The ride/event has evolved over time with updated parking arrangements in New London, bike route adjustments and various rest stop changes making it even better and more organized since its inaugural run back in 1998. This is an extremely popular ride that has had no fewer than 25 riders and as many as a record-setting 77 riders - all as a singled-paced ride.
      But even as a single-paced C ride, D and E riders started coming along to share in the social aspect of the ride by riding at their own pace and cutting off pieces of the route in order to meet up with the main group at key stops. In later years it was felt the time had come to officially open up the ride to these slower paces so everyone had a coordinated opportunity to enjoy this day of riding and socializing.
      Two alternate versions of the route were developed for the D and E groups, which can be used by any ride leader to lead and they were timed out for meeting up with the main group at critical event locations. Faster riders who show up were resigned to the fact that this ride was going to be a laid-back pace for them and a day of enjoyment without the rigors of breakneck pacelining and often bring along a slower-riding friend or significant other.
      Each version of the ride will be formally listed in the SCBC Ride Schedule. The purpose of this web page is to provide you with very detailed information so you can feel comfortable with the knowledge that you will know every aspect of this event before you arrive. Be aware that since 2020 there have been important changes. If you are already familiar with the ride you still need to see the new changes, along with some lingering Covid requirements. So let's get started.
      *Unaffiliated Ride
      Start: Various -- Read Ride Description
  • Monday, July 11, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, July 14, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Monday, July 18, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, July 21, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Saturday, July 23, 2022
    • 7:30A
      All
      20
      2022 Ride 'Round Rockland
      Duncan McMillan

      Fifth Annual Ride 'Round Rockland (RRR) Rolls on Saturday, July 23

      Join cyclists throughout the tri-state area to Ride 'Round Rockland on July 23. Choose from three scenic route offerings and then stick around for a taco feast catered by Craft Taqueria in New City.

      • The 65 mile ride leaves at 7:30a and its 5,345 feet of elevation which includes a spin to the top of Perkins Memorial Drive at Bear Mountain.
      • The 40 mile route leaves at 8:30a and includes 2,378 feet of climbing.
      • Cyclists on the 25 mile route, which includes 1,254 of elevation, should be ready to roll at 9:30a.

      Register HERE (https://www.bikereg.com/ride-round-rockland-2022)

      The 40 and 65 mile routes include rest stops with refreshments. (Routes: text2

      All rides start and finish at Kennedy Dells Park in New City, NY. (Click here for location and directions)

      After circling Rockland County in the morning, sit and stay for lunch catered by Craft Taqueria (voted Best Tacos in Rockland County). The menu includes a choice of chicken, carnitas, or vegetarian tacos, soft drinks, dessert, and more!

      Still need another reason to ride? All participants will be entered into a post-ride raffle where you can win gift certificates and other various bike stuff.

  • Monday, July 25, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, July 28, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Monday, August 1, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, August 4, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Monday, August 8, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, August 11, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Monday, August 15, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, August 18, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Sunday, August 21, 2022
    • 7A
      All
      62
      Unaffiliated Ride - Ramapo Rally* (BTCNJ)
      Glen Williams

      https://wp.btcnj.com/ramaporally/

      50 miles @ 1806 ft. rest stops at 9, 24, 41

      62 miles @ 2620 ft. rest stops at 20, 32, 54

      100 miles @ 5080 ft. rest stops at 26, 47, 67, 88

    • 7A
      All
      35
      Covered Bridge Classic
      Group Meetup (Leader TBD)

      2022 COVERED BRIDGE CLASSIC

      This is an Unafilliated Ride listed on RBC so that we may ride together

      Event Website for More INFO & Registration: https://coveredbridgeclassic.com/

      Same great format as last year.

      The Covered Bridge Classic is a premier Pennsylvania ride now in its 43rd year. It offers beautiful routes of 100 miles, 65 miles and 35 miles, (actual mileage may vary), in Lancaster County. Each route traverses through covered bridges and passes Amish farms. All routes cover rolling terrain with moderate climbing.

      The multiple start locations were highly preferred in our rider surveys and will be continued in 2022. This minimizes congestion for improved safety.

      • There are up to 7 start locations to choose from depending on which distance ride you will be participating in.
      • You will be asked to pick a start location and ride distance in the registration process so we can provide you with the correct route information. You can ride any distance that is served from your parking location. Final route information will be sent out closer to ride time.
      • There is limited parking capacity at each start location. You will be asked during registration, whether you will be riding, driving or carpooling to the start location.
  • Monday, August 22, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, August 25, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Monday, August 29, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, September 1, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Monday, September 5, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, September 8, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Saturday, September 10, 2022
  • Monday, September 12, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, September 15, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Saturday, September 17, 2022
    • 7:30A
      All
      100
      Bike NY Twin Lightes Ride*

      The is a unaffilliated ride run by Bike New York... Some of us may want to ride this as a group...

      Named after the iconic Navesink Twin Lights up the hill from Huddy Park in Highlands, New Jersey, this ride has been a favorite of local cyclists, New Yorkers, and visitors from around the country for more than a decade.

      Five routes ranging from 15 to 100 miles take you along the Jersey shore, over undulating hills, and past quaint farms to our finish festival where local restaurants come out to serve up their best to hungry riders—it's the greatest way to wind down your summer riding season.

      Registration is not open yet (1/23/22) Expect to pay about $75-$100

      WHEN DOES THE RIDE START?

      • 100 Miles: 7:30am – 8:00am
      • 75 Miles: 8:00am – 8:30am
      • 55 Miles: 8:30am – 9:30am
      • 30 Miles: 9:15am – 10:15am
      • 15 Miles: 9:45am – 10:15am

      https://www.bike.nyc/events/twin-lights-ride/

      *Unaffiliated Ride
      Start: Highlands NJ
  • Monday, September 19, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, September 22, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Monday, September 26, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15.9
      Monday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required, masks are optional.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Thursday, September 29, 2022
    • 6P
      All
      15
      Thursday Rockland Lake Ride
      Paul Langus

      This ride will be held every Monday and Thursday, excluding holidays and bad weather.

      This relatively car-free ride will consist of various configurations using the roads around Rockland Lake. This ride is for new and experienced riders who are looking to get into better shape and get some miles in during the week. Pace is 12-14 mph but may be adjusted up or down depending on the makeup of each ride. Some evenings will close with a 9W sprint, some evenings will focus on climbing.

      1. Pre-registration is still required.

      2. Helmets are always required.

      Note that bad weather cancels this ride

  • Sunday, October 23, 2022
    *Unaffiliated Rides: Rides that appear on the RBC ride calendar and show 'No Leader' are presented by other, unrelated organizations. These rides are posted for informational purposes only, as a courtesy to Rockland Bicycling Club members and others who may be interested. They are NOT official or sanctioned RBC rides.
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