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    Ride from the sixth Conona NYC stay-at-home Friday, May Day. This one is from the Brooklyn end of the Williamsburg Bridge the the intersection of 1st Ave and E 1st St in the East Village.


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    Default Blue Angels and Thunderbirds

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    Rode out to Columbia Island to see the flyby. Interesting that the Park Police had the lot at Gravelly Point blocked off but seemed cool (maybe just resigned) to people pulling off the GWMP onto the grass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbb View Post
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    Rode out to Columbia Island to see the flyby. Interesting that the Park Police had the lot at Gravelly Point blocked off but seemed cool (maybe just resigned) to people pulling off the GWMP onto the grass.
    They did their NYC flyby earlier in the week. I was riding in Central Park at the time and couldn't see them on either their Hudson River or East River passes.

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    The NYC 5 Boro Bike Tour was supposed to be today, but it has been postponed (new date undetermined), so I went out and rode my own version. My faux version was sort of in the opposite direction since I couldn't ride the Verranzano Narrows Bridge, (I took the Staten Island Ferry both ways), and I didn't want to walk my bike the length of the Triborough (RFK) Bridge sidepath.

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ID:	21482 Manhattan - "The Charging Bull" and Bowling Green.

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ID:	21484 Brooklyn - Sands St bike lanes after coming off the Manhattan Bridge.

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ID:	21485 Queens - Hunter's Point South Park looking north up the East River to Gantry Plaza State Park and the Queensboro (Ed Koch) Bridge.

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ID:	21486 The Bronx - 138th St and Brook St intersection, lots of vehicles parked in the bike lane along 138th.

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    5/4/2020





    "That's no moon"






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    A very quiet Hump Day morning ride with laps around Central Park then down to Midtown Manhattan and back out Park Ave.

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    This " Your Speed Is" sign was put up between my first and second laps today. It is on a busy stretch on the west side of the Park on a good down hill run where you really have to ride the brakes to stay under 20 mph. A CityBike (NYC's CABI) still hit 19 mph.

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    Rockefeller Center Entrance on 5th Ave

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    5th Ave by Saks. The two buildings with all the US flags were the British and French Consulates

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    View south on Park Ave at E 68th St around 11:20 am

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    Stopped for a coffee

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    On May the Fourth Be with You, I managed to escape from NYC and do a big loop up to Peekskill and back. Very light traffic on my way out during late "rush" hour through The Bronx and the secondary highways I rode. On the way back I rode the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail for the first time. The trail ranged from true dirt singletrack to crushed stone with a few barely passable boggy patches. It was definitely not road bike friendly (I was on my Kona Rove gravel bike with 700x35 touring tires).

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ID:	21494 Along the Hudson River at the Louis Engel Waterfront Park in Ossining (next to Sing Sing).

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ID:	21496 Lyndhurst Mansion, Tarrytown. The owner at the time sold a strip of land for the aqueduct to pass through so you can still ride across.
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    5/6/2020











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    5/7/2020

    Didn't take my camera out on my short post-work ride tonight (which was one of my standard/fast loops). But I did spend a large part of the work day outside on the back patio with the company of this little anole. He spends most of his days on our kumquat tree and is great company, especially during the endless video calls that have become even more a part of daily existence.











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