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Tuesday’s Children Seeking Bikers

Imagine riding through the streets of New York City without any traffic. On Sunday, May 2, Bike New York will be holding their 33rd Five-Boro Bike Tour which enables you to do just that. Tuesday’s Children has secured spots for interested participants. At 42 miles, the route is doable for cyclists of all levels. Tuesday’s Children is an organization dedicated to supporting families of those who lost their lives on 9/11.

Multiple stops will be available along with way providing beverages, snacks, bike repairs and medical help. All are free of charge to riders.

Interested participants will be asked to raise a minimum of $1,000 for Tuesday’s Children. If you have already secured a spot, please consider biking for funds for Tuesday’s Children without a fundraising commitment.

There are only a limited number of spots so make sure to RSVP as soon as possible if you would like to participate! Please contact Alisha at 516-562-9000 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to sign up or visit www.bikenewyork.org and/or www.tuesdayschildren.com/events for more information.

Tuesday’s Children, which was founded in the aftermath of September 11, has developed a unique and profound trust with the 9/11 families and children. Their innovative foundation of community-based programs is planned to address challenges as they arise to provide guidance, support and encouragement. Through Project Common Bond and the First Responders Alliance, Tuesday’s Children is now reaching out to children across the globe as well as rescue and recovery workers, who have been impacted by an act of terror.