SBRA promotes cycling of all abilities for health, fitness and fun. Ride Bikes with S.B.R.A.
Effective May 25, 2013 - UPDATE MAY 26, 2013, & SEPTEMBER 9, 2013
A parking fee will be required at the Holtsville Ecology Center.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR BBB PHOTO GALLERY
***PLEASE SEND US YOUR PICTURES (CLICK HERE FOR HOW TO UPLOAD THEM)***
Watch a video of the BBB on YouTube (click here)
NEWS: All left over unopened food was donated (read more).
Come and enjoy Shelter Island scenery.
Ride the 33rd Annual Bike Boat Bike
**NEW START Location and all NEW ROUTES**
SBRA invites you to cycle Long Island's East End. Tour through the woodlands, fields, and shoreline of the North and South Forks. Take the ferry to Shelter Island. Cycle through the scenic coves and byways of beautiful Shelter Island. Ride with friends, family or join a group and make new friends. Whether your preference is social, scenic viewing, or fast recreational cycling, we are sure you will enjoy the tour.
NO WAITING IN LONG LINES - All materials mailed to you, just drive up, get on your bike and RIDE!
The "Swiezy / Pope" Montauk Railroad Century continues. Join SBRA for Long Island's premier 100 mile ride. The ride starts at the Babylon train station. Riders receive snacks and a comfortable ride back from Montauk on the LIRR (if registered with the train ticket option). Bicycles are individually padded by our experienced club members and returned to Babylon by moving van.
Registration is by check only and must be accompanied by a signed Entry Form.
Early Registration fee with one way non-refundable train ticket is $30 and must be postmarked by April 15th.
Early Registration fee no train ticket is $11 and must be postmarked by April 15th.
Registration fee after April 15th with one way non-refundable train ticket is $36. Absolutely NO checks will be accepted after May 1st.
Registration fee after April 15th no train ticket is $20. Absolutely NO checks will be accepted after May 1st.
There is NO day of event registration. (Rain Date: May 18th)
By later today the storm is expected to get more severe so tonight's general SBRA meeting has been cancelled.