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Couple of Group rides tomorrow…both involve food.

So there are a couple of food rides tomorrow: First-
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the Tour de Taco
No don’t be scared: (much better food)
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Join up with Anita from brooklynbybike.com

We’re joining forces with El Tour del Taco and will be combining a love of cycling with a love of tacos! This ride starts on the UWS at Taqueria y Fonda (968 Amsterdam) at 12 noon but since this is Brooklyn by Bike, we will be leading a ride from the Grand Army Plaza Arch at 10:30am.

This an all day event that will be going live on Twitter so if you can’t make it in the morning, you can join us along the way!

Here’s the list of destinations (now in order!):

01. Taqueria y Fonda – Amsterdam btwn 107th & 108th, Manhattan
02. Tortilleria Nixtamal – Corona, Queens
03. Papacitos – Greenpoint, BK
04. Tortilleria Mexicana Los Hermanos – Bushwick, BK
05. Taqueria De Los Muertos – Prospect Heights, BK
06. Tacos Matamoros – Sunset Park, BK
07. Ball fields at Red Hook – Red Hook, BK
08. Tacos Nuevo Mexico – Park Slope, BK
09. Pinche Taqueria – Nolita

And Second-

the annual Brooklyn Greenmarket bike tour

Meet Greenmarket farmers, nosh your way through some of Brooklyn’s finest farmers’ markets, and go on a fun bike ride with Time’s Up Environmental Group and Greenmarket!

The air is crisp, the leaves are changing colors, and the farmers’ markets are on the cusp of Fall. All this means that now is the best time to EAT! Work up an appetite as we bike the Saturday Brooklyn Greenmarkets and eat Fall’s bounty. The tour begins at the Greenpoint Rooftop Farm, where farmer Annie Novak will give us a tour of this stunning 6,000 sq foot farm sitting atop a warehouse in industrial Brooklyn. Afterward, we’ll head to the McCarren Park market for coffee, breakfast and bike tune-ups (provided by NYC Bikes) before riding to the Brooklyn Borough Hall market for some cider pressing and cider doughnut eating. Next we’ll go to the Ft. Greene market for a worm bin composting demonstration by the Ft. Greene Compost Project folks. We’ll end our insider’s tour at Brooklyn’s largest Greenmarket, Grand Army Plaza, with a cooking demonstration hosted by Jacques Gautier of Palo Santo and market-inspired lunch in the park with a couple of Greenmarket farmers.

Space is limited, RSVP to lcarollo@greenmarket.cc For more information, visit www.cenyc.org/biketour
Cost, $15.
When: Saturday, October 10th
Starting Point: Greenpoint Rooftop Farm, 44 Eagle Street
Ending Point: Prospect Park, Brooklyn
Time: 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM

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