Sunday drive, er, ride

May 4, 2002

A Day for Sunday Drivers on Two Wheels

No sideswiping taxis, no fume-belching buses, no zigzagging skaters, no oblivious jaywalkers, no manic bike messengers. One day a year, bicyclists in New York City can negotiate the streets, highways and bridges of the five boroughs without many of the usual distractions. That day this year is Sunday, when 30,000 riders are expected to take part in Bike New York, the car-free, 42-mile pedal parade that is the nation's largest bicycle rally.

This is what I'll be doing tomorrow. I'll be back with the full report tomorrow (or Monday)...

Posted by Andrew Raff at May 4, 2002 10:14 PM