Car-less Long Island's 3rd Annual Bike-to-Work Parade!!

April 28, 2018

Join us for the Third Annual Bike-to-Work Parade and Festival on April 28, 2018 at 9 AM.  Participate to show your support for a more walk-able and bike-able Long Island!

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The 2017 Parade was on a great day! (Click below to scroll through pictures.)

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Even though it was threatening rain, we had a great time during the First Bike-to-Work parade in 2016! More on last year's parade here.

 The 2017 Grand Prize Winner, Ed Giron. He is preparing something exciting for this year:

The 2017 Grand Prize Winner, Ed Giron. He is preparing something exciting for this year:

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Prizes will be given for the most impressively decorated bikes and best costumes. So have fun and be creative! Free tee-shirts for the first 20 registered attendees. (Scroll to the bottom for the registration form.)

The parade is perfectly free, but we suggest a $10 donation to help defray expenses. (You can donate here.)

The main parade is a 6.5 mile loop, beginning and ending at Hofstra's North Campus (Kate & Willy's HofUSA) and circling around Eisenhower Park.  There will be a police escort for safe riding. (See the map of bike route here.) There is also a 1.9-mile walking route for those who want to see a more walk-able and bike-able Long Island, but do not want to bike themselves or are not ready to bike a 6.5 mile loop. There is also a short cut to a 1.5-mile route. (See a map of the full and short walking routes here. There is an interactive Hofstra Map here -- look under "dining" for Kate & Willy's HofUSA. Another map of the walking route with short-cut is here.)

Stick around afterwards for the bike to work festival with music, speakers and prizes.  It will be fun for the whole family!

Feel free to print and distribute the flyer for the parade, which you can find here

If you are interested in volunteering to help or in sponsoring the parade (with money or donated prizes and registration gifts), please contact Sylvia via the contact form here.

We had a great time at the first and second LI Bike-to-Work Parades! See more photos and description of the 2016 parade here and more photos and the description of the 2017 parade here.

See Flyer

 Let's give Ed some competition this year!!

Let's give Ed some competition this year!!

We are eternally grateful to our generous sponsors:

 Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island

Ethical Humanist Society of Long Island

 Humanists of Long Island

Humanists of Long Island