Events

Mayo 2018

  • South Brooklyn Waterfront Bike Ride


    West Steps of Brooklyn Borogh Hall
    New York

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    The Dredgers lead a casual ride on city streets and bicycle paths to explore the historic South Brooklyn shoreline with multiple stops along the route.  Departing from Borough Hall's west facing steps, we head south on Furman Street to Red Hook, traveling mostly along the greenway to discuss features and history of the waterfront neighborhood of South Brooklyn.  Red Hook, the ride continues slowly up the banks of the Gowanus Canal exploring the hidden treasures of landmarks, bridges and dead end streets.  We end the ride at the Gowanus Dredgers Boathouse, where riders can freshen up in our...

Junio 2018

  • Bike Home from Work Party


    79 N 11th St
    New York

    Celebrate the end of Bike Month with us at Brooklyn Brewery! Complete with food, vendors, games, dancing, and beer, this carnival-themed block party is the perfect way to kickoff the summer cycling season.  We will also be awarding the winners of the 2018 Bike to Work Challenge. Entrance is free but RSVP is required, so make sure to reserve your tickets, which will be released soon.
  • Staten Island Freshkills Park Discovery...


    10 Richmond Terrace
    New York

    The time is coming up once again for one of our favorite events- Freshkills Park Discovery Day! We'll be celebrating by riding down together to explore the wilds of this slowly emerging treasure. Please join us outside Staten Island Borough Hall on the morning of Sunday, June 3rd for a leisurely paced bicycle ride down to Freshkills Park where you'll be free to walk, ride and explore areas of the park that are normally closed to the public. For those joining us from closer to the mid-island, we will be stopping at Westerleigh Park to meet up with additional riders at 11:50 For those coming...

  • Gotham Hall
    New York

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    Attend TransAlt’s Streets for People Party on June 5 to celebrate the many victories won in the name of safer streets and to honor some of the special people who have gone above and beyond to usher in our shared vision of a better New York. This year, we recognize the contributions of Edward Skyler, executive vice president of global public affairs at Citi, with the Tom Kempner Street Fighter Award. As deputy mayor under the Bloomberg administration, he led efforts to establish the public pedestrian plaza and car-free Summer Streets programs. And in his current role with Citi, he was a key...
  • Picnic & Floating Lanterns


    TBD
    New York

    Join us for an end of the season picnic. The evening will end with a short release of floating lanterns to remember those we have lost and the trauma we have suffered.