The 37th edition of the Albany, NY classic. May 30th.
A wonderful, first-time cycling fondo and celebration in New York’s beautiful Helderberg Mountains.
On July 12th, hundreds of revelers dared to “Get Funky” and danced their way for exactly 5,280 feet through the streets of Downtown Portland, Maine, in the second annual Dance Mile in that vibrant New England city.
Additionally, a photo collection is available at both Pinterest (http://www.pinterest.com/dancemiler/dance-mile-portland-2014/) and Instagram (http://instagram.com/dancemiler).
The 18th annual Cycle for Life bicycle tour took place on a gorgeous Sunday – June 22, 2014. Hundreds of riders rolled through the country roads of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and raised several hundred thousand dollars to benefit cancer patients at Tufts Medical Center and Floating Hospital for Children. Full details are available here: http://www.cycleforlife.com
The 2014 edition of the Tour de Cure brought together more than 2,600 riders to tour the beautiful roads of Saratoga County, New York. The American Diabetes Association event raised more than $1.5 million in the fight against diabetes, and proved that the bicycle is a formidable tool in sustaining a vibrant community. tour.diabetes.org
Here are the photos of the 2014 (37th edition) of the TD Five Boro Bike Tour, in which more than 32,000 riders explore New York City’s five boroughs on a 40-mile expedition – replete with celebrations and festivals. The event is offered by Bike New York (http://bikenewyork.org), and the images are presented by the New York Bicycling Coalition (http://nybc.net).
New York has many events that offer an exciting weekend for folks of the cycling sort (know any?), but surely one of the finest is the world-class Tour of the Battenkill, held each Spring in the Battenkill Valley around Cambridge.
This weekend’s extravaganza featured an internationally renowned Pro/Am road race series, a pair of Gran Fondos, and the Tour of Cambridge for younger riders – all supported in grand style by the people of the Cambridge area.