Annual Bike-To-Work Ride with Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams
Monday April 17th, 2017 | 8:00 AM
Add a little exercise and a lot of fun to your day! Join Restoration and its community partners for an annual bike-to-work ride with the Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams. On Monday, April 17th, at 8:00 AM, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams will kick off Earth Week with his annual “Bike-to-Work” ride to Brooklyn Borough Hall. In addition to the traditional gathering spot of Grand Army Plaza, Borough President Adams, in partnership with Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, will add a second leg to the bike ride, which will start on the corner of Fulton Street and Verona Place. Both gathering spots will eventually converge at Classon and Dekalb avenues, with the final leg of the journey concluding at Brooklyn Borough Hall. In addition, we will be partnering with the 78thPrecinct of the NYPD, Citi Bike, Prospect Park Alliance, and the American Heart Association, with whom the borough president is working on a healthy workplace initiative.
The route will be as follows:
· From Grand Army Plaza>Eastern Parkway>Classon Avenue>DeKalb Avenue>Fulton Mall>Brooklyn Borough Hall
· From Fulton Street and Verona Place>Macon Street>Marcy Avenue>DeKalb Avenue>Fulton Mall>Brooklyn Borough Hall
If you are interested in participating in the “Bike-to-Work” ride from Grand Army Plaza or signing on as a formal partner, please RSVP to Anthony Drummond at email@example.com or Ryan Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in joining the ride beginning at Fulton Street and Verona Place, please register here.
No bike? No problem. You can borrow a FREE Citi Bike (ages 16+). Please note, Citi Bike rentals are subject to availability. First-come, first served.
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