Tour de Flushing

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Ride: Family-Friendly Bicycle Exploration of our Community 

Start at Inside Kissena Corridor Park,

 between Colden St & 45th Avenue.

Afterwards: lunch at local Flushing eateries. Bring cash!

RSVP @ Transportation Alternatives

Co-hosted by Transportation Alternatives Eastern Queens Committee, Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce and Eastern Queens Greenway, the Tour de Flushing is our way of showing the cycling potential of beautiful Eastern Queens.
Join us on a FREE marshaled, family-friendly 12-15-mile ride through Queens’ Greenbelt and beautiful tree-lined streets.  In our second year, we are looking to do things bigger and better.
We have a 12-mile route with a potential 3-mile extension for folks who wants to ride the full length of Queens’ hidden greenway – the Vanderbilt Motor Parkway.
We are going to finish our ride with lunch options in the cultural capital of Queens, Downtown Flushing. Free bike valet parking will be available at the Flushing Quaker Meeting House and we will be guiding groups to various eateries in Flushing for sweet and savory international cuisine. Bring cash if you want to join us!
Looking forward to seeing you on Sunday, August 14th #bikeNYC
Main Features: Free, Family-Friendly, Marshaled, Large Parks, Food
Grant Funding provided by Fund for Public Health in New York City

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