CycleThe Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association, Long Island's largest cycling club, invites you to join us on a variety of rides and events. Organized in 1977, we are a club made up of all ages and cycling abilities. Active members enjoy riding together year round in a relaxed and friendly group atmosphere. Our rides range from short, easy trips for beginners, to moderately-paced tours with snack breaks, to fast, challenging rides for the more competitive minded. Volunteer club members organize group rides, leaving from various locations throughout Mid-Suffolk and the East End. Their routes provide us a wonderful variety of places to tour and explore.


SBRA promotes cycling of all abilities for health, fitness and fun. Ride Bikes with S.B.R.A.

Attention: All Bike Riders

Tell your local, elected, government officials to:
STOP their ongoing cycles of delay and postponement, and
START building the approved Bike Path they promised.
Make your voice get heard! It’s your right.

Bike Riders for a Better Long Island (click here to view flyer)

Now Pictures Can Be Posted Faster Then Ever Before !!!

NEW on the SBRA Website!
Check out our new "Got Pictures?" widget on the SBRA Home Page (on the right side).

6th Annual Lobster Ride 2012

Date and Time of Event: 
Sun, 08/19/2012 - 9:30am

6th Annual Lobster Ride


Tide Runners
- 7 North Road, Hampton Bays, NY 11946 - 631 728-7373

Sunday, August 19 2012
Check must be received no later than Aug 9th. No exceptions!
(click here to view flyer for full details)

Stony Brook Children’s Hospital Check Presentation

This year’s Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association, Bike Boat Bike Special Fundraiser for the Stony Brook Children’s Hospital resulted with a check presentation on July 16, 2012 to the Stony Brook Children’s Hospital by Bob DeVito, SBRA President and Paul Miklean, SBRA VP of Administration, SB Children’s Hospital Fundraising Coordinator. 

In attendance from the Stony Brook Hospital: Fred Sganga, Interim Hospital CEO, Danielle Holton, Senior Director of Development, Office of Advancement and Christina Rosa-Ragona, Development Associate (pictured).

 

Guide Dog Foundation Bike-A-Thon 2012

Date and Time of Event: 
Sun, 09/09/2012 (All day)

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Great Event and Thank You to all of our Volunteers!
Click here to check out some pictures from this event.

SBRA sponsors the 23rd 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.

FREE Bicycle Check-up for registered riders (click here for more details).

Has your email address book been hacked recently?

I have noticed recently that some peoples email address books may have been hacked.
If you have gotten strange emails with very little or no text and a link to some strange website DON'T CLICK THE LINK.
Nothing will really happen if you do click the link but be aware these are junk messages being sent out.
It does not happen often but it also happened to me so I apologize to anyone who may have gotten one of these junk emails from my email address.

Anyway, here are some easy tips on how to fix the problem if this did happen to you and how to avoid it so it does not happen.
Quick fix: Change your password (that's it).

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