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Rockland Bicycling Club hosts rides during the cycling season and monthly membership meetings throughout the year.
RBC is a not-for-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to promoting cycling and bicycle advocacy in and around Rockland County. We think that riding bikes is good for individuals and good for the environment.If you are having problems logging in or navigating this website, please contact us at email@example.com.
Seven Lakes Drive Bike Bypass PetitionSeven Lakes Drive, which spans 18 miles from Sloatsburg to Bear Mountain, is a scenic, rolling byway that unfolds the natural beauty of Harriman State Park to cyclists, motorists and pedestrians. Unfortunately, Seven Lakes Drive is currently bisected by the Route 6 traffic circle, which is inaccessible for cyclists and pedestrians.RBC members Ian Diamond and Mike Benowitz are leading an effort to get New York State to create a bike bypass on Seven Lakes Drive to create a straight ride south to Sloatsburg. (Seven Lakes Drive Bike Bypass Petition continues ...)
Mario Cuomo Bridge Shared Use Path Fact Sheet
By Rockland Bicycling Club on 2/14/19 updated 2/15/19A few factoids on why the bridge bike/ped path should be open 24/7
- Rockland & Westchester Counties are part of the same regional planning council (NYMTC) that includes NYC. The Brooklyn, Manhattan, Williamsburg, Koch, and RFK bridges are all open 24/7. The George Washington Bridge bike path is the only comparable bridge that limits its hours (12m-6a), but it was open 24/7 prior to security concerns following 9/11. Shouldn't the MCB SUP operating hours parallel what the majority of regional crossings (Mario Cuomo Bridge Shared Use Path Fact Sheet continues ...)
RBC Asks Governor, NYS Thruway Exec Director To Keep Mario Cuomo Bridge Shared Use Path Open 24/7
By Rockland Bicycling Club on 2/20/19 updated 2/22/19
The Rockland Bicycling Club wrote to NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo on 1/30/2019 to go on record asking that the Shared Use Path (SUP) on the new Mario Cuomo Bridge be open 24/7. Because:
it's primarily a transportation corridor (which also has recreational purposes) -- the NYS Thruway builds transportation systems. If you don't close the roadway after the sun goes down, why would you close the bike path?
There are no limits on other NY area bridges with bicycle paths (the GWB is 6a-12m, but it was (RBC Asks Governor, NYS Thruway Exec Director To Keep Mario Cuomo Bridge Shared Use Path Open 24/7 continues ...)