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!

September 2018 Events

Creating a Bike Route for Your Next Adventure
Wednesday, September 5
7:00-8:30pm, Soho REI, 303 Lafayette St, Manhattan

Are you interested in designing your own bike route but not sure where to start? WE can show you how!

This FREE workshop will cover software, apps, and maps as well as the practicalities and logistics of creating a bikeable route, whether for a commute, daytrip or a multi-day tour.

Route design is an under-appreciated aspect of cycling and this course aims to provide tips to empower you to choose your own adventure!

**Note: This event is all-gender

WE Bike NYC at the New York Bike Jumble
Saturday, September 8
10:00am-4:00pm, Old Stone House at Fifth Ave and 4th Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn
More info

Come meet WE Bike NYC at the New York Bike Jumble! We will have a table where we’ll be selling our t-shirts, giving away stickers and other materials, and answering your questions about WE Bike NYC. Stop by to say hi while shopping for deals on bikes and bike gear.

**Note: This event is all-gender

Rapha Women’s 100K
Saturday, September 15
8:00am, wheels down 8:30am, Columbus Circle just inside Central Park, in front of the USS Maine Monument

This September 15, Rapha aims to connect thousands of female cyclists around the world in a bid to get as many women to ride 100km as possible.

WE Bike NYC is offering a “Roadie Lite” option that will cover 65 miles (100km) round trip. WE are going to Kensico Dam in Valhalla, NY! WE’ll bike through the city to the South County Trail, then take a suburban road to the Bronx River Parkway trail, which will take us to our destination.

This is an intermediate ride. WE will keep an average pace of 12 mph. Please read the ride description in full to make sure this ride is for you and that your bike is appropriate for it. If you’re not sure, please reach out!

What to bring: 2 water bottles, SNACKS!!!, flat changing kit, sunscreen, cash for lunch (or feel free to bring your own lunch!), and a helmet.

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

MoW (Moms on Wheels) Flushing Meadows Park Fun Ride
Saturday, September 15
10:30am, wheels down 11:00am, meet at parking lot at the intersection of 111th St and United Nations Ave. South in Flushing Meadows Park, Queens
RSVP (adults)
RSVP (kids)

Join us as we ride the paths of the park for 4-5 miles and enjoy the early autumn air! Kids are welcome to ride their own bikes as we will be in the park the entire ride. Helmets are required for all participants. We’ll take a family ride pace and end at the Playground for all Children where we can sit and relax, use the facilities, eat lunch or a snack and the kids can play.

**Note: This event is all families

WE Bike NYC Happy Hour
Thursday, September 20
7-9pm, Dead Rabbit Grocery & Grog, 30 Water Street, 3rd floor “The Occasion Room”, Manhattan


Join us at our monthly all-gender happy hour to hang out, build community, and talk bikes! 

This month our happy hour is at Dead Rabbit, which is a women-run bar! Fifteen of Dead Rabbit’s bartenders are women, and the General Manager, Assistant General Manager and Beverage Director are also women. This is a prominent place in New York’s female-forward bar scene.  WE are excited to meet here up on the third floor!