2024 Pride Ride Routes

5 Route Choices from 30 to 100 Miles

See RideWithGPS links and cue sheets below.

Pride Ride 30

This is a great route to push your limits and explore some new places. Take a breathtaking ride over the George Washington Bridge to New Jersey to tour some peaceful suburbs. This is the core loop for all the routes so you are sure to meet some of your fellow Pride Riders along the way. Meet some new friends at the new rest stop at Tenafly Bicycle Workshop before heading back towards Manhattan, across the George Washington Bridge, and back to Riverbank State Park to celebrate what you’ve just achieved. If you want to participate in Rockland Pride in Nyack, consider the '30 mile with train' route - 25 miles to Nyack and then over the Mario Cuomo to Tarrytown to catch train back to city and then ride back over to the Finish Festival.

Ride With GPS - 30 Miles

Ride With GPS - 30 Miles with Train Option

30 Mile Cue Sheet - Download

30 Mile Cue Sheet with Train - Download

Pride Ride 50

To give yourself even more of a challenge, start off by heading up to and over the George Washington Bridge and wind through some serene suburbs to the new rest stop at Nyack where we partner with Rockland Pride to join their parade (optional - bikes can ride up front or you can park your bike at the rest stop and walk it). Mingle with other Pride Riders and check out the Street Fair before heading back to the city. You will pedal past some scenic lakes and towns and then loop back south. Continue on quiet roads back to the Tenafly Bicycle Workshop rest stop and then back down to Manhattan.

Ride With GPS - 50 Miles

50 Mile Cue Sheet - Download

Pride Ride 65

If you want to explore some more NY State park land, you’ll love this one. Ride the same route as the 50-mile, but you’ll add in a loop up before approaching the rest stop to take a breather with fellow riders. Then you’ll continue along with the 50-mile riders back to the finish festival in the city with the familiar rest stop at Tenalfy Bicycle Worshop. Enjoy the break in Nyack participating in Rockland Pride Parade and Street Fair. Then you will continue south with the 50-mile route, heading down the rail trail and back to the rest stop before continuing south back to Riverbank State Park in Manhattan.

Ride With GPS - 65 Miles

65 Mile Cue Sheet - Download

Pride Ride 80

If you’re feeling ambitious and energetic, you will enjoy this ride. This route builds on the 65-mile ride, but adds a circuit further into Bergen and Rockland Counties with rest stops added at Wegmans in Montvale and Orchards of Conklin. Then you’ll head back east to Nyack and have the option of joining the Rockland Pride Parade and Street Fair. This route will take you along the pathway that runs along the west edge of the Hudson before rejoining the 50-mile route back south. You’ll have the chance to meet up with riders from all the routes and share the route back south over the George Washington Bridge into Manhattan.

Ride With GPS - 80 Miles

80 Mile Cue Sheet - Download

Pride Ride 100

If you REALLY want to log some miles, this is the route for you! This route follows along the 80-miler, but includes a charming loop through Harriman State Park with bathrooms and water refill station available at Lake Welch beach (it is not a formal rest stop) before returning to the NEW rest stop at Orchards of Conklin. There, you’ll reconnect with the 85 mile route back south to the rest stop and on into Manhattan. Try some of the wonderful apple cider donuts or an apple to energize for your return! Start early if you'd like to reach Nyack by 11:15 as the Pride Parade starts at 11:30 and you are welcome to join and march or ride at the front and then return with all other ride levels to the finish festival. Or if you want to expedite your return, you can grab refreshments at our rest stop and then carry on without participating.

Ride With GPS - 100 Miles

100 Mile Cue Sheet - Download

NYC area riders can choose one of the above routes or you can plot your own route literally anywhere in the world!


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