East Coast Greenway's Van Cortlandt Park to Kensico Dam Ride - 2013
Sunday, July 21, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)
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Join us for a ride on the
EAST COAST GREENWAY
From Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx NY to Kensico Dam, Valhalla Westchester County NY
Sunday July 21, 2013 9:00 AM
Starting point: Van Cortlandt Park entrance @ Broadway & 242nd St. (last stop on #1 subway train)
Ending Point: Kensico Dam park Valhalla, NY
Please join us for a 25-mile guided bike ride from Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx to Kensico Dam Park in Valhalla Westchester County. The ride will proceed at a very easy-going pace of 10 - 13 MPH.
We will explore existing off-road portions of the East Coast Greenway, including the Bronx River Greenway, the Bronx River Forest, Mosholu Greenway, Van Cortlandt Park Greenway. We expect to end about 2:00 PM, at the Kensico Dam Park and Plaza where there is a cafe.
To Return Home: there is a Metro North train stop at Valhalla with regular service to Grand Cental Station. Note you will need a Metro-North Bike Permit which can be purchased for $5 at Grand Central or by mail.
Bring water, snacks, a spare tire, and wear a helmet. We usually ride rain or shine but if the weather is particularly unpleasant, you will receive a cancellation email at 7:45AM on the day of the ride.
The leader will be Anthony Savarese, volunteer for the East Coast Greenway Alliance. For more information, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This and all of the ECG NY events for 2013 are free for ECG members! If you are not a member please select the New Member outreach ticket option above. Please view the East Coast Greenway Alliance's website to learn more about our organization: www.greenway.org We welcome all new members to help work towards the ultimate ECG goal, a 2,600 mile trail from Calais, Maine to Key West, Florida. Check out our website, we're well on our way there!
For information about the ECGA NY Committee and its activities – including additional rides this season – visit www.greenway.org/ny1.php.