WE Bike NYC rides are open to all women, female-identifying, and gender non-conforming people in NYC (unless otherwise noted). Activities are free and open to all levels of riders unless specifically noted. Please register if you would like come to any given event!

Los paseos de WE Bike están abiertos a todas las mujeres, personas transgénero o sin orientación de género en la ciudad de Nueva York. Las actividades son gratuitas y abiertas para ciclistas de todos los niveles, a menos de que se especifique otra cosa. Por favor regístrate si quieres participar en cualquier evento.

WE also publicize our events through our Facebook Page — check there for an up-to-date list!

August 2017 Events

WE Ride to Staten Island Beach
Sunday, Aug 6
10:30am, wheels down at 11am, SolarOne, East River waterfront, just south of 23rd St, Manhattan

Join WE Bike NYC for a fun ride to the beach! WE’ll head down the East River bike path to Battery Park, take the Staten Island Ferry, then ride along the east coast of Staten Island to Midland beach. Total riding distance is approximately 10 miles.

Bring water, sunscreen, cash for lunch (or pack your own), a bathing suit and towel if you want to swim, and your helmet.

Note: This event is for women, female-identifying and gender nonconforming people only.

WE Table at Summer Streets
Saturday, Aug 12
7am-1pm, 53rd St. between Park Ave. and Madison Ave, Manhattan
More info

Summer Streets is an annual celebration of New York City’s most valuable public space—our streets. Summer Streets provides space for healthy recreation and encourages New Yorkers to use more sustainable forms of transportation. Join WE Bike NYC to learn fun tips about bikes and riding in the city!

WE Ride to Jacob Riis Beach
Sunday, Aug 20
11am, wheels down at 11:30am, meet at southwest corner of Bedford Avenue and Eastern Parkway intersection, Brooklyn

Beat the heat and join us for another August beach ride, this time to Jacob Riis in Queens. WE’ll cruise the 11 (mostly flat) miles down Bedford Avenue, along the Belt Parkway bike path, and over the Gil Hodges Bridge to get to the beach. This ride is one-way, so folks can spend as much time as they like in the sun and surf. If you don’t want to bike home, it’s a short ride to the Rockaways and the A train, or you can try the new Jacob Riis ferry to Pier 11 in Manhattan.

Please bring: Your helmet and water, plus a lock and any gear you might need for the beach (cash for the food trucks, bathing suit and towel, and sunblock)!

Note: This event is for women, female-identifying and gender nonconforming people only.

WE Bike August Happy Hour
Thursday, Aug 17
7-9pm, Mission Dolores, 249 4th Ave, Brooklyn

It’s summer and that means more bike adventures. Join us at our monthly all-gender happy hour to hang out, build community, and talk bikes! Happy hour prices continue until 8 pm, so get there early for drink deals. This event is all-gender, so invite your friends!