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November 2019 Braking News
from the Rockland Bicycling Club


Here are Five Things to Know this month about riding in and around Rockland County.
  1. 2019 Great Rides recap: Our October meeting covered thousands of miles and dozens of cycling stories. Dan Lipper told tales of his summer leading teens on bicycles riding west to east across the country; Paul Kadin talked about cycling across Poland in the Ride For The Living event, and Pace Law Professor Karl Coplan, author of the book, Live Sustainably Now, A Low-Carbon Vision of the Good Life, discussed his solo ride from New York to Oregon. Thanks to Karl, Paul and Dan for sharing their experiences.
  1. November 20 RBC Meeting: Safety Tips from Law Enforcement, with a focus on how to deal with driver road rage and awareness of your surroundings. 7p, Wed Nov 20 at the Nanuet Library, 149 Church St, Nanuet
  1. RSVP today for the 2019 RBC Holiday Party, Annual Mtg and Awards Night on Wed Dec 11 at Mariella’s Restaurant & Bar, 41 New Main Street in Haverstraw. Please register at RocklandBicyclingClub.org so we can get a headcount for this event.
     
  2. It's not too late to complete the final stage of the Tour de Rockland towns’ series. Join RBC Ride Captain Eddie Molina  on Sun Nov 10 at 9a riding from Stony Point to Perkins Tower at Bear Mountain. Register at RocklandBicyclingClub.org
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  3. Does bike share have a place in the suburbs? Learn all about it at  A PUBLIC FORUM ON BICYCLE SHARING AND SHARED MOBILITY, on Fri Nov 15 from 9a-12n. This free event at the Westchester County Center is sponsored by The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council’s Mid-Hudson South Transportation Coordinating Committee. Click for agenda and speakers, workshop location and free registration details.  
Cyclists Ride A Green Wave Across New York City.
New York is re-engineering some streets with bike routes to speed your travel...on a bicycle. Traffic signals are getting tweaked to adjust their timing to vehicles travelling at 15 mph, which is more bicycle friendly than the default 25 mph speed for cars and trucks. Bicyclists will catch a wave of green lights and glide through intersections without having to stop. Drivers who go faster than 15 mph will hit red lights. Source: CenterLines (Bike/Ped News) and NY Times

Help Wanted! The RBC is seeking volunteers to help us with this newsletter and our website. Also, we are always looking for new ride leaders and new rides and routes, too! Email rocklandbike@gmail.com to get involved. Until then, Ride Safe!

Mike Hays, President

Board members: Stephen Brehl, Iris Cognevich, Ernie DiGiacomo, Rita Joachim, Paul Langus, Lynwood Law, Ramon Lopez, Ed Molina, Lila Moreno, Roseanne Schwartz, Dave Zornow. 







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