manhattan: soho - 244 & 250 Lafayette St | chelsea - 228 7th Ave
brooklyn: park slope - 476 Fifth Ave [PHONE + MAP]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

We want to enjoy your cycling experience! 
Here are a few ways to get on the bike around town:

special events  |  local rides + events  |  ongoing or recurring rides

 

Have an event you'd like to add? Let us know, here!

SPECIAL EVENTS 

 

Night ride to the Little Red Lightouse


Join the whole Habitat crew for a fall ride up the West Side Highway to the Little Red Lighthouse.

Tuesday, October 14

Bicycle Habitat Soho - 244 Lafayette St

7pm

Bring friends, and bring lights! We'll have some sets from Light & Motion to demo.

Happy Hal-oween!


Join us for a ride to Sleepy Hollow, led by Hal. This 60ish mile trip will be no-drop, and pace will be mellow. Helmets are required. Bring flat repair and snacks. Rain more than a drizzle cancels.

Sunday, October 26, 9am

Bicycle Habitat Soho - 244 Lafayette St.

Meet at 9am, roll out promptly at 9:30.

RSVP here.

LOCAL RIDES + EVENTS

 

ONGOING + RECURRING RIDES


New York Cycle Club - Rides throughout the NYC area, from race training to casual routes to intensive clinics. http://nycc.org/

Five Borough Bicycle Club - Offers free day rides within New York City and environs every weekend year-round. There is a rides for every level and style.  http://www.5bbc.org/

Westchester Cycle Club: Weekend and weekday rides for all levels of road cyclists. We ride through the rolling hills of highly scenic northern Westchester, Putnam, and Fairfield counties. The WCC was designated the top bicycling club in the country in 2011 by the League of American Bicyclists. Meet new people, learn about cycling, and discover new areas to ride. Membership is $20 per household for the year. http://www.westchestercycleclub.org/


Brompton 'Brommie Yummie' Rides - Brompton rides for food and fun, times and dates vary but always promise good times and snacks. See site for latest postings.  http://brommieyummie.com/


Fridays | Ditmas Park - Every Friday, meet for a leisurely, play-it-by-ear evening ride. The tradition was started by neighborhood parents teaching their kids to ride their bikes, but has expanded to include residents and Ditmas-curious visitors of all ages. For more info: Ditmas Park

First Fridays | Central Park moonlight - Enjoy an auto-free ride through Central Park. Bike guides front & rear. Leisurely pace, a few stops to enjoy the scenery. Finishes before midnight, back at Columbus Circle. Total mileage is under 10 miles. First Fridays /  Times Up

Second Saturdays | Prospect Park moonlight - Join Times Up to ride Prospect Park at night. This is a safe, peaceful ride that visits many of the little-known treasures the park has to offer. Second Saturday of every month @ 9pm, from Grand Army Plaza. TimesUp

Brooklyn by Bike - Anita organizes seasonal rides around local fare and events. http://www.brooklynbybike.com/rides/

 
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244 & 250 Lafayette St.
New York, NY 10012
ph (212) 431-3315

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