Climate Ride 2015

starsIt’s time again for the Climate Ride!

If you enjoy biking (or hiking), consider joining one of these rides (or hikes), which benefit organizations like New York Interfaith Power & Light.  Please contact us if you would like to ride on behalf of NYIPL!

Climate Ride California North Coast

May 17-21 – Humboldt to San Francisco (http://www.climateride.org/events/california-coast)
The epic coastal route returns! This gorgeous ride begins in the Redwood Empire near Eureka and ventures into the famed Russian River Valley before crossing the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco.

Climate Hike Glacier National Park

August 24-28 (http://www.climateride.org/events/climate-hike)
This hike is limited to 30 participants and has reached capacity, but a wait list is started. Please add your name to the wait list here.

Climate Ride Northeast

September 17-21 – Bar Harbor, Maine to Boston (http://www.climateride.org/events/northeast)
This inaugural ride begins in Bar Harbor, Maine where riders will pedal “Downeast” through Acadia National Park before experiencing Maine’s rocky coast. From there, we’ll travel south and visit lighthouses, sample local foods and ride through scenic coastal towns. Then, it’s an exciting ride following the route of the Founding Fathers for the celebratory end in Boston.

Climate Ride Midwest

September 27-30 – Grand Rapids to Chicago (http://www.climateride.org/events/midwest)
Cycle through beautiful western Michigan (known as Cape Cod of the Midwest). Enjoy sailing towns, wonderful bike paths, blueberry picking, local beers and wines, and friendly people all culminating in a triumphant ride into Chicago.

Climate Hike Bryce-Zion

October 6-10 (http://www.climateride.org/events/climate-hike-bryce-zion)
Spend five days hiking in two of the most epic National Parks in the US with 25 others. Explore Southern Utah’s “Grand Staircase” – an immense structure of sedimentary rock layers carved by nature into beautiful canyons and formations.