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Bronx River Alliance Pedal and Paddle September 11, 2010

Join the Bronx River Alliance on a 17 mile bike ride on the Bronx River greenway and finish with a paddle on the Bronx River. Much of the ride is on streets. Experience with riding in traffic is preferred. Bring a helmet, water and lunch.

Register now at

For more information go to or call (718) 430-4665. Click HERE to get the flyer.

  • WHO: Bronx River Alliance
  • WHAT: Pedal And Paddle
  • WHEN: September 11, 2010
  • WHERE: Meet 9:30 A.M. at Concrete Plant Park
  •  WHY: You get to ride a bike AND paddle a canoe

This is a really unique event you are sure to enjoy!

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