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718 Cyclery-to-Pound Ridge, NY

Distance: 58 Miles

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Brompton NYC foodie ride to Au Zaatar Lebanese Grill

Distance: 45 miles

PeopleForBikes Work in New York


From Bloomington, Indiana to Portland, Oregon (pictured above), protected bike lanes of all shapes and sizes transformed U.S. communities in 2022. (Photo Credit: David Evans and Associates, Inc.)
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Sabastian Rahman and Jocelyn Dicent of Rockaway Waterfront Alliance at the Underway. Photo: CBS New York.
Photos courtesy of OutCycling Fearless Flyers and Leandro Justin
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Photo: David Meyer, Streetsblog NYC.

Photo: David Meyer, Streetsblog NYC
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People for Mobility Justice, one of the grantees, will host classes on electric bicycling and bike maintenance, as well as provide safety equipment such as helmets and lights. (Courtesy Photo)
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Photo courtesy of Providence Streets Coalition in Providence, Rhode Island.
Citi Bikes in New York City.
Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Biking in Seattle.
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Riding Rebecca's Private Idaho in Ketchum, Idaho.
Together We Rise quickly responded to the COVID crisis to help solve problems for displaced youth.
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Courtney Williams.
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