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Bike Boat Bike: June

    General Information page about the Annual Bike Boat Bike Ride that is held in June.
    The details for this year's ride will be posted in the Events listing by late-February.

    The Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association (SBRA) invites you to cycle Long Island's East End.
    Tour through the woodlands, fields, and back roads of eastern Long
    Island. The longer routes take the ferry and 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.
    Bike Boat Bike has flat to gently rolling terrain with some hills on Shelter Island.

    ALL NEW ROUTES!!! All routes start and end at the same location.
    Routes are from 25 to 100 miles with Rest Stops and SAG support.
    Note: Routes may change before the event date due to new start location.
    25 miles: Sorth Fork
    40 miles: with Shelter Island

    55 miles: with Shelter Island
    75 miles: with Shelter Island
    100 miles: with Shelter Island
    *Registration does not include ferry fare.

    All Rides are non-escorted rides.
    There are cue sheets and clearly marked roads.
    Rest stops along each route provide food and refreshments.
    SAG support vehicles will assist REGISTERED RIDERS.

    All riders must fill out and sign a registration/release form (available on Events page).
    Participants under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
    All riders must wear an approved helmet (CPSC - Consumer Product Safety Commission).
    Cycling safety and strict adherence to all state cycling laws and rules of the road are imperative.
    We suggest you carry identification and any pertinent medical information with you at all times.
    Bicycles should be in good working order.

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