Be sure to check the Ride Calendar on the morning of the ride ...
If your ride is cancelled (due to weather / temperature / wind chill), the brunch is STILL ON and you will receive your check back at the brunch.
THE BRUNCH IS SOLD OUT (but anyone can participate on the morning rides).
Join SBRA riders for the Hampton Maid Inn Ride
8:30am on November 3rd, from Hampton Bays High School.
(please check the ride calendar for each posted ride start time)
Brunch will be held at 11:00 am (RAIN OR SHINE).
October 27, 2013
9:00 AM (please check the ride calendar for each posted ride start time)
PRICE: $10.00 per person (for members, $20 for non-members)
Click here to view flyer for full details
GREAT EVENT TODAY!
Thank you to all our volunteers that made it a huge success!!!
SBRA sponsors the 24th Annual Second Site Bike-A-Thon to benefit both the Guide Dog Foundation for the blind® and America's VetDogs®. The foundation raises, trains, and furnishes guide dogs, free of charge, to people who are visually impaired or have other special needs, that seek the independence, mobility, and companionship a guide dog provides.
Leaving from the Guide Dog Foundation campus, 371 East Jericho Turnpike Smithtown, NY, rides range from a 5 mile fun ride to a challenging 65 miles. Depending on the length of the route, riders will tour St. James, Head of the Harbor, Stony Brook, Old Field, Port Jefferson, Belle Terre, and points east.
The 5, 10, 20 and 30 mile tours are escorted by volunteer marshals from SBRA. The 50 and 65 mile tours are unescorted. Riders are provided with cue sheets, and roads are marked along the route.
7th Annual Lobster Ride
Tide Runners - 7 North Road, Hampton Bays, NY 11946 - 631 728-7373
Sunday, August 18 2013
Check must be received no later than Aug 9th. No exceptions!
(click here to view flyer for full details)
To ensure all riders participating in the Bike Boat Bike event have adequate food, snacks and other refreshments available to them at each water stop along their ride, SBRA utilizes a purchasing model that has proven very successful for many years. We are delighted to say our water stops have never run short on supplies for the riders. However, because of our commitment to having plenty of refreshments at the water stops we may occasionally have food left over at the end of the day.
This year all remaining unopened food items have been donated to St. James R.C. Church, who was able to utilize the food for their Wednesday pantry and daily bread soup kitchen, which helps "local" people in need.
The St. James R.C. Church was very thankful for our donation (click here to view a letter from the church).