Bicycle Second Line Updates

Posted by Heather Haylett on May 16, 2019 in Events

Rolling Sunday, May 26th

This year is Bike Easy’s 16th anniversary and we want to celebrate the joy of riding bicycles through the neighborhoods of our beautiful city with YOU!

You’re invited to Bike Easy’s annual Spring Bicycle Second Line! Join us Sunday, May 26th in City Park for a pedal-powered version of the famous, musical second line parades that wind through New Orleans streets. The family-friendly ride is approximately 10-miles long, goes at a very casual parade pace of 7-10 miles per hour, and includes two stops. Everyone is welcome to join the fun, and participating in the ride is free! The ride will end at Second Line Brewing for an after-party, a very family friendly venue where the winners of April’s Bike Easy Challenge will be awarded their prizes!

When: Sunday, May 26th. Registration at 10 am, ride begins at 10:30 am

Where: City Park in front of New Orleans Museum of Art

What: A 10-mile slow ride through Mid-City, the French Quarter, and the CBD with 2 bathroom/rest stops (Doerr Furniture and Magnolia Yoga) and ending at Second Line Brewing for an after party.

RSVP to the Bicycle Second Line!

The event is FREE and open to the public because of our generous sponsors: Bike Law, Burns Charest, Green Coast Enterprises, Odyssey House, Concordia, Louisiana Public Health Institute, Reginelli’s Pizzeria, TerpsiKore 3D Printing, Alembic Community Development Corporation, Northwestern Mutual and our Bike Shop Supporters Bokah Bikes, NOBS, The Bike Shop and Luna Bikes.

If you would like to volunteer at the event, sign up for a shift! You can also help us spread the word – RSVP and share our Facebook event. The Spring Bicycle Second Line is a great way to show your support for better bicycling in Greater New Orleans while having fun with friends and family.

Please contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to learn more.

See Bicycle Second Line below
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