CycleThe Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association is Long Island's largest cycling club. 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. Come ride with SBRA.

SBRA Board Member Elections for 2015

Elections for all 2015 SBRA Officers and Directors will take place at the November general membership meeting.
This year's nomination committee is: Bobby P., Christine B., and Mike A.
The nomination committee will be reaching out to you, the membership, to let you know how you can help SBRA as a board member.
You can also contact them directly at: nomination_committee@SBRAweb.org

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GOVERNOR CUOMO ANNOUNCES $70 MILLION IN FUNDING FOR 68 BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN PROJECTS ...

Is there an election coming? ;-)
Here's some info regarding this funding that was included in an email from Healthy Heart Program Coalitions ... only the local regional stuff (includes NYC) is included and you can't miss the "highlighted" info .... the Nicolls Road shoulder is where I was hit in 1998... Ouch!!

"The funds are made available to the State through the Federal Highway Administration and are administered by the State Department of Transportation. The program provides up to 80 percent of the cost of each project, with the remaining share coming from the project sponsor. The funds are dedicated for strategic investments in transportation alternatives and with a local sponsor match of more than $33.6 million, support a total investment of nearly $103.7 million.

SBRA Multi-Level Hampton Maid Inn Ride 2014 - IS NOW FULL

Date and Time of Event: 
Sun, 11/02/2014 - 8:30am

HMI logoTHE BRUNCH IS NOW FULL - DO NOT SEND CHECKS
You can still go on the ride in the morning. Check the ride calendar.

J
oin SBRA riders for the Hampton Maid Inn Ride
8:30am on November 2nd, from Hampton Bays High School.
(please check the ride calendar for each posted ride start time)
Brunch will be held at 11:30 am (RAIN OR SHINE).

You must send a $10 check to hold your seat for the brunch.  BRUNCH IS NOW FULL
Please complete and include the form at the bottom of the attached flyer with your payment.
Click here to view flyer

SBRA Annual Henry Schmidt Memorial Halloween Ride 2014

Date and Time of Event: 
Sun, 10/26/2014 - 9:00am


October 26, 2014
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

Pedal Paddle Pedal 2014 -- (a great Event returns!)

Date and Time of Event: 
Sat, 10/11/2014 - 9:30am
Location: 
Sunshine Mall

Pedal Paddle Pedal 2014
Saturday, October 11, 2014 (PLEASE NOTE DATE HAS CHANGED)
(rain date: Sunday, Oct 12th)

We will start with a 15 or 25 mile ride at a C or B pace (your choice) from Sunshine Mall to the Carmans River Canoe and Kayak (formerly Glacier Bay) on Montauk Highway in Brookhaven.

Hop off your bicycles (security provided) and enjoy a beautiful paddle along the Carmans River, one of Long Island’s most scenic water ways.

Bring a lunch for a leisurely stop before getting back on your bicycle for the ride back to Sunshine Mall.
(click here to see the Event Flyer for Reservation Form)

Guide Dog Foundation Stroll & Roll 2014 - NEW EVENT & LOCATION !!!

Date and Time of Event: 
Sun, 09/28/2014 (All day)

Click Here to view Photo's from this year's Event

SBRA sponsors the 25th Annual Fund Raising Event to benefit both the Guide Dog Foundation for the blind®. 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 The RINX, Hidden Pond Park, 660 Terry Road, Hauppauge, NY, rides range from a 10 mile fun ride to a challenging 63 miles. Depending on the length of the route, riders will tour Ronkonkoma, Holtsville, Yaphank, Rocky Point, and Wading River.

For the past 25 years, the Guide Dog Foundation’s annual bike-a-thon has been one of their most popular events, and last year, their first Wag ‘n Walk dog walk had over 200 participants. This year, we have combined these events to create the inaugural Guide Dog Foundation Stroll & Roll.  On Sunday, September 28, 2014, please join us for this fun family, and pet friendly event to benefit the Guide Dog Foundation. Download the event brochure HERE, or visit: www.Stroll.GuideDog.org

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