NYC Pride Ride FAQs

When?

We ride on Sunday, June 13, 2021.

How Long?

Route of your choosing wherever you are, or select from one of the following in the NYC area.:

100 Miles: A full century across Bergen and Rockland counties.
80 Miles: To Rockland County and Rockland State Park.
65 Miles: To Rockland County and Rockland State Park.
50 Miles: Ride To Rockland County.
30 Miles: Ride in scenic Bergen County.

How Much?

Early Bird - Through February 28: $40
Regular Registration - March 1 - April 1: $50
Late Registration - Beginning April 2: $60

Includes: the ride and some cool swag!

Where?

NYC & anywhere in the world!

Will There Be Food?

Due to safety concerns, we are not providing food this year. Please come prepared with your own hydration and food.

Any Safety Rules?

Yes. Bike Helmets must be worn while riding, no earbuds or headphones allowed, and all local traffic rules must be adhered to. Single file riding is not only the safest, it is also polite to your fellow cyclists! Be kind – ride behind. Please wear face masks and maintain social distancing in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Can I Ride On A Team?

Sorry, we are not registering teams this year.

And Afterwards?

We'll have a zoom celebration party and you're invited! Details to follow.

Where / When Can I Pick Up My Jersey?

Jerseys (if you purchased one) will be sent to all riders. You'll receive it before ride day if ordered by May 31. International deliveries not guaranteed by ride day.

What Will The Weather Be Like?

Hopefully as great as years past, but we do ride rain or shine. Since most of our costs are incurred before the ride, we can not offer refunds or rainchecks due to inclement weather or for any other reason.

Anything Else?

We upload the routes to RideWithGPS and will send out links and cue sheets to all riders prior to ride day. OutCycling reserves the right to limit same-day registrations based on early registrations.

Have More Questions?

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