On Saturday, July 30th, join Brooklyn Greenway Initiative (BGI), Transportation Alternatives (TA) Brooklyn Volunteer Committee, National Park Service, Rockaway Waterfront Alliance and Regional Plan Association (RPA) for the 3rd Annual Brooklyn Waterfront Epic Ride, a 40 mile ride along Brooklyn’s entire waterfront and Jamaica Bay that highlights the potential of a completed Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway combined with a completed Jamaica Bay Greenway.
Following the ride you can go to the beach or make your way back independently via the A train, a Rockaway ferry to Wall Street Pier 11 from Riis Landing (at 3:00PM or 5:00PM) or by riding back on Flatbush Avenue, the most direct route to northern Brooklyn. Register today!
Want a little taste of the ride right now? Check out http://bit.ly/BKepic09
This event is supported by the National Park Service and NYS Department of State Local Waterfront Revitalization Program under Title 11 of the NYS Environmental Protection Fund.
Funding for this event is also provided by the JM Kaplan Fund, Brooklyn Community Foundation and New York City Council Members Brad Lander and Stephen Levin.