Preparing for your first GFNY group ride

The first thing you need to do before coming to your first GFNY group ride is to register for the 2019 GFNY. Only registered GFNY riders can attend the group rides. If you haven’t registered for GFNY you can register here. Next, you’ll need to sign up for the individual Sunday […]


Tips for your first GFNY NYC group ride

Participating in GFNY NYC group rides can be very rewarding but has some challenges and rules you don’t have when riding alone. I’ve put together a few tips to make riding in a large group easier. Stay behind the GFNY NYC ride leaders they love being up front. GFNY NYC Group rides are […]


Training for you first GFNY NYC

Whether your riding the 50 mile or 100 mile GFNY NYC course your training should be a marathon, not a sprint.  You should start training in December but start slow. If you start training all out you’ll increase your chance of injury and you’ll be mentally be burned out by May. […]


Harsh weather conditions on Stage 4 of the PowerNet Tour of Southland, New Zealand, Wednesday, November 04, 2008. Credit:NZPA / Dianne Manson

What to wear when riding in the cold.

Now that the cold weather is upon us, you have a choice stop riding outside or change your wardrobe.  We all know staying inside isn’t an option. Now that we’ve decided you’ll be riding outside this winter, it’s time to assemble your wardrobe. You can start with some base pieces and augment […]


My sons first trip around Rockland Lake.

  My son is autistic and late to do everything. He didn’t learn to ride until he was 9.  He really wanted to learn to ride his bike since cycling is such a large part of my life. Now that he’s finally riding we took our first long ride and […]

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