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!

April 2018 Events

WE Bike 5BBT Training Ride – Roosevelt Island
Sunday, April 8
11:00am, wheels down 11:30, meet at Sutton Place Park South, at the park entrance on the corner of East 54th Street and Sutton Place South, Manhattan

Whether you’re on our 5 Boro Bike Tour team and ready to train or you just want to have some fun on your bike, join us for a tour of Roosevelt Island and a bridge climbing challenge on Sunday, April 8th!

WE will bike over the Queensboro Bridge, head to the Roosevelt Island Bridge, and recover with a loop around Roosevelt Island before heading back into Manhattan the way we came. There will be a rest stop and bathroom break near the southern tip of the island close to the memorial. Our end spot is the same as our meeting spot. 

This 10-mile bike ride will include four bridge crossings, so you’ll need a bike with gears in good working order and some experience climbing hills…er, bridges. Leave the Citi Bikes docked for this one!

Bring snacks, water and, as always, your helmet!  WE’re looking forward to riding with you!

Rain date: Sunday, April 29

**Note:**  This event is for women, female-identifying and gender non-conforming people only

Bike Touring 101
Wednesday, April 11
7-9pm, 718 Cyclery, 254 3rd Ave, Brooklyn

Are you “touring curious”?  If you’ve been intrigued by multi-day tours or have a hankering to try your hand at bikepacking but aren’t sure where to start, get your feet wet with “Bike Touring 101”!

WE Bike NYC and The Women’s Adventure Cycling Club are teaming up for this FREE event at Brooklyn’s 718 Cyclery (“NYC’s Adventure Bike Shop”).  We’ll talk gear, bike setup, route planning, navigation, safety, and more.

All women, female-identifying, and gender nonconforming folks dreaming of bicycle adventures welcome!

WE Show You How to Get There With Bike Share
Monday, April 16
6:30pm, REI Soho, 303 Lafayette St, Manhattan

WE BIKE NYC and Po Campo have joined forces to demystify the bike share system, and provide accessible tips and tools for using bike share and even becoming a commuter cyclist, with ease and style! 

Part 1: Picking a Route – determining ideal directions using NYC infrastructure, including signaling and holding space while observing rules of the road. 
Part 2: How To Use Citibike, literally – the app, the bike, adjusting it to fit you, and free day passes to try out your new skills. 
Part 3: Riding in Style – handle sweat and helmet hair like a pro, carry your goods with ease, and accessorize for optimal safety and comfort.

This event is all-gender.

WE Bike NYC Happy Hour
Thursday, April 19
7-9pm, Tap Room No 307, 307 3rd Ave. (btwn 23rd and 24th St.), Manhattan

Spring into the season with our April Happy Hour! Join us at our monthly happy hour to hang out, build community, and talk bikes! This event is all-gender, so invite your friends!

WE Bike to Watch the Red Hook Crit
Saturday, April 28
6:30pm, Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn

Join us on a short ride to watch one of the coolest races to take place right here in NYC! 

The Red Hook Criterium is the world’s premier track bike crit featuring professional road racers, track specialists, bike messengers and urban cyclists competing over multiple laps around a fast technical circuit.

WE’ll meet up at 7pm at Grand Army Plaza and ride together to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, where the race is taking place. Qualifying rounds take place all day, but WE’ll get there in plenty of time to scout good spots along the course to watch the women’s crit final at 8:30pm and the men’s crit final at 9:30pm.

Bring your helmet, plus cash in case you want to buy anything from any of the delicious food vendors, and a lock in case you want to go to an after-party!

Note: This is an all-gender ride! Everyone is welcome.