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TRIBECA TO THE LITTLE RED LIGHTHOUSE
OPEN TO ALL - RSVP BELOW - LIMITED BICYCLES AVAILABLE TO BORROW
Join Kevin Frias and Priority Bicycles for a social ride in Manhattan! We'll meet on Sunday (10/8) at 10:00am for a “sexy pace” ride from our Tribeca showroom (174 Hudson Street) to The Little Red Lighthouse and back (20 miles round trip). Expect lots of fun along with pizza and drinks while we hang out and chat.
All are welcome to bring their own bike (helmets required!), or we'll have a limited number of bikes to borrow from where the ride starts/ends at our Tribeca showroom. If you're interested in borrowing a bike, please select that option when you RSVP below and include your leg inseam, measured barefoot from the ground to the very top of your legs where they meet. Please note, your pant length is not your inseam! Click here for a video on how we suggest measuring.
For anyone interested in purchasing a bicycle for the ride, we'll have special discounts available and your bicycle will be ready for pick-up day of. You must attend the ride to be eligible.
SOCIAL RIDE TO THE LITTLE RED LIGHTHOUSE
Meet-up @ Priority Bicycles // 10:00am
(water, bathrooms, bag storage provided)
Roll out @ 10:30am
The ride will go up the West Side Highway bike path in Manhattan to the iconic Little Red Lighthouse under the George Washington Bridge and back for 20 miles total.
Pizza and drinks will be provided post-ride for an awesome social hang!
Please note - helmets are mandatory. This is a casual, social pace ride. No riders will be left behind and we'll find pace groups based on ability, comfort, and road safety.
Water will be available, but limited on the bike path, so please bring a water bottle.
I am a tall Dominican from the Bronx, NY living in Minneapolis, MN who wants to share the joy of the outdoors with the world. Growing up, I was never exposed to the outdoors but after moving to Iowa for school I got into biking, hunting, and camping, and now I can’t stop talking about it! There is a life changing force in the outdoors that anyone can tap into, and I want to be a motivation for people to find their place outside.
I am currently on a journey to complete 101 bucket list items in 1,001 days. This journey was designed to inspire all people, but especially people of color, to get outside and experience all this world has to offer, and little by little make the face of the outdoors a few shades darker.