Official Bike Rental Provider to Brooklyn Greenway’s Epic Ride (2015, 2016 & 2017)
As an Executive Management consultant for BIKE RENT NYC, I created the professional relationship with the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative to have our business become the Official Bike Rental Provider in 2015.
Representing BIKE RENT NYC as the organizer and manager for the event, our team provided more than 100 bicycles annually. The relationship and service continued throughout the 2016 and 2017 Epic Rides.
Riders were able to pick-up bicycles at the Greenpoint Brooklyn start line, and, return the bikes after use at the finish line at RIIS Park.
Bike rental for the event is purchased on the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative’s Epic Ride website.
Bikes are staged at the starting location in the early morning, and before the start of the ride.
Before bicycle and helmet distribution bikes begins, the bike ar checked for safety, and seats and helmets were adjusted for each individual.
Additionally, extra bikes in varying sizes are made available in case of need or repaIR.
Brooklyn Greenway changed vendors in 2018, I was no longer representing BIKE RENT NYC.
Brooklyn Greenway’s Bike Ride is an "Epic 25-40 mile Ride" through Bklyn to Riis Park.
Ride 25-40 miles long Brooklyn’s waterfront from Greenpoint to Riis Park Beach! Discover hidden and far flung neighborhoods, pedal through city, state and national parks and take in spectacular bridge and city views along the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway.
Continue the fun at The Epic After Party at the Riis Park Beach Bazaar with bands, food, drinks and take a dip in the sea! Riders will be fully supported by experienced marshals and mechanics along the route and refreshments will be offered at scenic rest stops. Complimentary bike valet will be offered at the finish line.
By participating in The Epic Ride, you are supporting Brooklyn Greenway Initiative, the non-profit organization committed to the establishment, development and long-term stewardship of the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway. When complete, this 14-mile landscaped route for pedestrians and cyclists will connect neighborhood parks and open spaces from Greenpoint to Bay Ridge.