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Psst! Have you heard? May is Bike Month in New York City! There are too many activities to report in this blog, but as a teaser, here are a few in Northern Manhattan:
  • Learn to Ride-Kids Saturday, May 9, 2009 10 am-12 noon Riverside Park Promenade between 83rd and 86th
  • Learn to Ride-Kids Saturday, May 30, 2009 10 am-12 noon Inwood Hill Park (Indian Road and 218th St.)
Pre-registration required: call (212) 9320-BIKE or visit Bike New York’s website (Bring your own bike and helmet.) Have a bike but no helmet? On Saturday, May 16, 2009 from 12 noon – 4 pm, the Department of Transportation (DOT) will give away free bike helmets while supplies last at the Countee Cullen Library 104 West 136 St Manhattan 10030 You must be present to get a helmet and you must learn how to properly fit and wear it before you receive it. Adults over 18 receiving a helmet must sign a waiver, and a parent or legal guardian must be present to sign a waiver for children under age 18. Full listing of Bike Month events (including the other boroughs) And stop by your local public library for a brand new copy of the NYC Cycling Map.

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Good message, Sue--I'm

Good message, Sue--I'm celebrating Bike Month with you. And I have seen the DOT bicyle helmets--as a matter of fact, I got my own at one of these events--and they are sleek, strong, and spectacular! Also at the Countee Cullen Library on this Saturday, May 16, there will be a <strong>50+ Fitness Fair</strong>, with presentations and literature to spread the good word about free and low-cost activities for adults to boost activities in the Harlem area and throughout NYC. <em>Psssst--they're not checking i.d.s, so if you're under 50, no problem!</em>

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