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Online registration for the Tour de Staten Island is now closed. 

Limited day-of registration will be available at check-in. See you Sunday!

The Ride

When: 8:30am/9:30am, Sunday, April 22

Where: Staten Island Urby parking lot (kitty-corner from the Staten Island Urby location)

Routes: 50 miles (8:30am start) and 35 miles (9:30am start)

 

The Tour de Staten Island is a friendly ride where 2,000 cyclists coast through the borough's most breathtaking and lesser-known scenery on the cusp of spring. Both the 35 and 50 mile routes explore Staten Island's gems: Freshkills Park, Great Kills Park, Historic Richmond Town, and the oceanfront's striking views of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge and New York Harbor.

 

A beautiful way to welcome the new spring, the Tour de Staten Island is great for riders of all ages and abilities. Invite your friends and family to cheer for you along the route!

 

Riders under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a guardian. Helmets are mandatory for children 14 and under and strongly encouraged for riders of all ages. Children under 10 years old are encouraged to ride in a carrier or on a tandem bike with a parent.

Volunteer

Want to help make the Tour de Staten Island the best foray under the sun? Volunteer at the start, rest stops or as a riding marshal. You’ll enjoy a great day in the greenest borough of New York City and leave with the satisfaction of helping others and leading the way in making NYC streets safer for everyone, including yourself.
 

REGISTER AS A VOLUNTEER

Pricing

All registrations include: a rider bib and a beer or soft drink of your choice supplied by Flagship Brewery.

Early Bird Registration through 2/28/2018

$35 - TransAlt Members

$45 - General Admission

Online Registration through 3/31/2018

$40 - TransAlt Members

$50 - General Admission

Online Registration through 4/22/2018

$45 - TransAlt Members

$55 - General Admission

Rent a Bike

Rent a hybrid, road, or mountain bike with our tour partner bikerent.nyc for seamless pickup at the starting line! When you register for the Tour de Staten Island, just add the bike of your choice to your order and bikerent.nyc will make sure your wheels are ready to go on April 22.

Ride Day Information
 

How to Get Here

Staten Island Ferry

Ferries depart Manhattan's Whitehall Terminal every hour on the half-hour on Sunday mornings. See the full Staten Island schedule for details. The ferry ride takes approximately 30 minutes and will fill up quickly, so make sure to leave extra time.

The start of the ride is 1.5 miles from the ferry terminal. Directions from the St. George Ferry Terminal to the start location.

Arrive at Whitehall Terminal 30 minutes prior to ferry departure time to allow for a security screening — there will be many eager cyclists waiting to board — and to secure your spot on the ferry. Board the ferry through the lower level of the terminal. The ferry runs every 30 minutes and will fill up quickly.

50-mile riders: take the 7:30 am ferry

35-mile riders: take the 8:30 am ferry

 

MTA Staten Island Railway (SIR)

Get off at Stapleton Station. Staten Island Urby parking lot is just north of the station, on Murray Hulbert Ave.

We encourage participants to bike or ride transit to the start of the ride. We do not provide complimentary parking for personal vehicles.

 

Event Parking

Event Parking is available at the Littleman Park Lot at 8 Navy Pier Court, Staten Island, NY

Rates
Up to 1 hr - $2.00
Up to 2 hrs - $4.00
Up to 10 hrs - $8.00
Up to 24 hrs - $12.00

Street parking may also be available.

 

Check-In

Packet pick-up will only be available the day of the event. Please plan to arrive early. Riders who arrive after 9:45 am will not be provided with a bib.

50 milers
Check-in at 8am at Staten Island Urby

35 milers
Check-in at 9am at Staten Island Urby

When you arrive at Staten Island Urby, please find the bib-pickup area and wait in line. Have your Tour de Staten Island registration confirmation email accessible on your phone. After you have your bib in hand, you can head to the starting line!

What to bring

Your bike!

Sunscreen

Patch kit

Camera

Identification Card

Helmet

Sunglasses

Tire pump

Bike Lock

Snacks

If you have food allergies or a specific diet, we suggest you bring your own snacks.

Two water bottles filled with water

MetroCard

If you cannot complete the ride, you may be asked to walk to a nearby train station

Tire levers

NYC Bike Map

FAQ

To make sure every participant has a safe and enjoyable ride, we are only selling 2,000 registrations.

The Tour de Staten Island does not have any road closures. Riders should be prepared to ride confidently alongside traffic.

35-milers will need to ride at approximately 10 mph. 50-milers should be riding at 12 mph. Please note: The amount of time you spend at a rest area is important! Be sure to consult the rest area closing times on your cue sheet to make sure you can reach the next stop before it closes. The finish line closes at 4pm at Staten Island Urby.

Kids are welcome to join. Riders under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a guardian. Helmets are mandatory for children 14 and under and strongly encouraged for riders of all ages. Children under 10 years old are encouraged to ride in a carrier or on a tandem bike with a parent. The Tour de Staten Island does not have any street closures so your kids should be confident enough to ride alongside traffic.

Bring a copy of your registration confirmation email to pick up your packet.

Yes. If you decide you would like to ride a different route, you can! It is not necessary to inform us. Check "Bib Pickup and Check-in" to determine your new start time and your new ferry boarding time.

Every rest stop has water, Nuun, nutrition bars and fruit. Rest stops on the 50 mile route also have peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Please pack a lunch or bring cash for a more substantial meal if you think you'll require more food. Please note: We do not provide bottled water. You must bring your own bottle.

35 mile route: there are rest stops at mile 12 and 24.

50 mile route: there are rest stops at mile 12, 24, and 42.

There will be limited SAG (support and gear) on the route. The SAG vehicle will pick up riders and return them only to the finish area. Riders who cannot complete the ride, but are located within walking distance to a SIR stop will be asked to use the train.

Yes – they are identifiable by their orange vests. They can assist you with minor bike issues or repairs. However, please be aware that ride marshals do not carry extra supplies, so make sure you bring extra tubes or any other supplies you think you may need.

No. Feel free to use backpacks, hydration packs, panniers, baskets, and any other bag you have at home!

No. Email us at info@transalt.org to change your registration information.

You can pick up your t-shirt only at the end of the ride.

All riders receive a confirmation email after they complete registration online. If you're unsure about your registration status, please email us at info@transalt.org to confirm.

Yes, you do. Every rider on the course is required to register for the tour.

There is no rain date; we ride rain or shine.

TIn case of inclement weather, Transportation Alternatives reserves the right to cancel/alter/modify the tour for safety concerns. In any case, we do not refund tour entry fees or transfer registrations to another TransAlt event. In the unlikely case a tour is canceled, you may claim your registration fee as a tax-deductible donation.

TIf you have to cancel for personal reasons, we are unable to offer you a refund. All funds raised through TransAlt bike tours support Transportation Alternatives’ live-saving work for safe streets in New York City.

Glad you asked! The next bike ride is the NYC Century Bike Tour in September. Once you sign up for the Tour de Staten Island you'll automatically receive alerts whenever registration launches for our other rides.

At Transportation Alternatives, we are dedicated to reclaiming streets from automobiles. We encourage participants to bike or use public transportation to our start sites and we do not provide a designated area for parking.

Yes! The Tour de Staten Island is produced by Transportation Alternatives and benefits our work making the streets of NYC a safer place to live for you and yours!

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