Unity Ride W. Main Street. This relaxed .mile ride through the th Ward leaves Bullshead Plaza on Thursdays at pm. We ride for peace, community and racial reconciliation. is the weekly Unity Rides th year.
Rochester Twilight Criteriumbring the mily downtown for this thrilling set of races in our urban core.
ickstands up at a.m. withCriteriumVisitors and announcer Richard Fries Holiday Inn parking lot, State St
National Bike to Work DayJoin people from around the nation cycling to work.
.Ms Sustainability Circular Cycle Ridein front of Building , M Brighton campus Join Jim Downer Ms Cycling Council for this inclusive ride. The theme of this years ride is collegiality. Each person should invite/bring at least one friend, student, colleague or administrator to join them for the ride. Half Circle Ride begins at p.m. and ends at the Loving Cup.
.Radical Roots Ride E Main St This lowkey, informal tour will explore historic locales pertaining to Rochesters abolitionist and womens suffrage movements. Ride starts at the Talman building Four Corners.
Annual Seersucker Social Ride. Rochesters most elegant and esteemed ride rolls again for a leisurely tour through Rochesters neighborhoods.
.Open Stand Night at Dream Bikes University Ave Dream Bikes will open up their workshop to the public and let you tinker with your own bikes. Their mechanics will be on hand to help if you have any questions or get in over your head!
Bike Week takes place each year during National Bike Month and brings awareness to the ongoing implementation of the Citys Bicycle Master Plan. Rochester has been named a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists.
Interactive map of bicycle cilities in Rochester can be foundhere
Full Moon Vista Small Ring Ride University Ave Full Moon Vistas longest running ride, join them for a mellow recovery ride on Monday night! The route is always different and riders of all ability levels enjoy this ride. This nodrop road bike ride has a different route every week and welcomes riders of all ability levels. Please come prepared with your road bike, helmet and equipment to change a flat tire.
.NYBC and RCA le at the Red Wings game, Frontier Field Plymouth Avenue Root for the Wings, come by our le, grab some literature, learn how to stay safe on your bike and get some commuting tips from certified instructors.
Greater Rochester Area Bicycling Mappublished by the Genesee Transportation Council.
. Sunday morningChurches Ridecyclists from various Rochester churches will converge on Genesee Valley Park by am. Sharply at am, well have a short liturgy and time of prayer beside the Roundhouse Shelter. Group ride along the river to follow.
.Ride of SilenceCourt St. and Exchange Blvd Honor those who have been injured or killed while cycling on public roadways. Raise awareness that we are here. We all share the road. All are welcome for this free and silent ride. . mile route.
New York Bicycling Coalition and Rochester Cycling Alliance le at thePublic Market Union Street North Come by our le, grab some literature, learn how to stay safe on your bike, and get some commuting tips from certified instructors.
Many more great biking events are coming up this summer. We hope to see you biking around the city!
.Tuesday Guided Bike TourLake Riley Lodge in Cobbs Hill Park Norris Drive. This ride will highlight the Rec Center cilities located in the southeast quadrant of the City including Frederick Douglass and Humboldt Rec Centers.
Thomas P. Ryan RCenter, Webster Ave.. Picnic in Grand Ave Park to follow at p.m. Food provided.
Pittsford Kidical Mass Mothers Day Ride
.Light Up The Night RideThis ride begins after sundown and cyclists are encouraged to light up their bikes with light sticks and bike lights. Meet at Genesee Valley Recreational Center parking lot by the swimming pool and skating rink at pm. The ride then proceeds through the city at a slow but enjoyable pace. Total distance eight miles. Dress warm, gloves etc if needed and bring an extra layer for when the temperature creeps down after dark. Questions Call Susan for details.
Whether you bike to work or school; ride to save money or time; pump those pedals to preserve your health or the environment;or simply to explore your community,Bike Week inRochesteris an opportunity to celebrate the unique power of the bicycle and the many reasons we ride.
May is National Bike Month! Hop on your bike, enjoy the smell of fresh air and lilacs, and experience the freedom of exploring our community on two wheels. The City of Rochester will help to launch the summer biking season with Rochester Bike Week, May .
Welcome to Rochester Ride, Parcel E Main St Hop on your bike or rent a Pace bike and joinFlower City Bike Partyfor a casual and mile ride around downtown Rochester, exploring popular and lesser known parts of the city. Kickstands up at sharp.
ROC in Transitfundraiser for Reconnect Rochester, Academy of Medicine, East Ave. Join us for an evening with friends and fellow transportation enthusiasts. To purchase tickets and for more /rocintransit
Mayor Lovely A. Warren announced today that Rochester will begin Bike Week with welcome news A national bicycle advocacy organization has ranked Rochester a top U.S. city for bicycles with one of the nations stest growing bicycle networks. People for Bikes has ranked Rochester number of almost municipalities measured. Rochester scored number for acceleration, which measures how quickly a community is improving its bicycle infrastructure and getting people riding bikes.Learn more
Taco Tuesday Johns Tex Mex South Ave Join theRochester Bike Kidsfor some grub atJohns Tex Mex. Ride departs at p.m.
Learn more about the citys many efforts to become more bikefriendly here
Mayor Warren hasproclaimed Bike Week in Rochester with events that run from May through in celebration of the many advances the City continues to make to improve its bicycle infrastructure and be a bicycle friendly community.