A new street named after an iconic American motorcycle ride is opening in Manhattan this week.
The street, named for the legendary street bike ridden by the American Revolution, runs from Seventh Avenue to Broadway and features some of the city’s most iconic landmarks.
The bike ride began in 2009, when the city launched its bike sharing program, but has since grown to include many other popular New York City attractions.
Here’s what you need to know.
The Ride Is Called The Revolution Road.
Named after the American Revolutionary War, the street is a nod to the many bike rides that have been popular throughout New York.
The ride takes you through New York State and New Jersey, and then to Manhattan.
The Bicycle Is A New Deal.
The rides are free and open to the public.
But they cost $10 per person for groups of 10 or more, and $15 per person per rider.
The New York Times reported that the cost of the ride has been going up since its launch, as well.
The Cycle Rides On.
The bicycles are designed to be ridden by a group of 10 people, with one rider at the front.
The Bike Shocks!
The bike is powered by an electric motor, and the rider can choose to take a “walk” or ride in a straight line.
The bicycle also features a seat and a handlebars, which can be turned 180 degrees to help riders maintain balance and balance themselves.
The Riders Have Been Accused Of Being Drunk.
The cyclists have been accused of having alcohol in their systems, and they’ve been cited for reckless driving.
The city has also been accused by the New York Taxi Workers Union of illegally using riders to collect fares.
It Has a Theme.
The riders’ motto is “Don’t be a jerk.”
It’s New York For The Streets.
There are signs that say “New York for the Streets” at every stop along the route.
The People On The Street Have A Strong Agenda.
The group that organized the ride is called The Revolution Bicycle Project, and their Facebook page has over 2,600 members.
They’re also holding a rally in Manhattan on Sunday to celebrate the ride.
There Are No Tickets Available For The Ride.
Tickets for the ride cost $20 each and can be purchased at the Ride’s website.
The event will also be livestreamed live, which will be posted to the Ride Facebook page.
This Is Not A Bike Ride For The City Of New York To Show Support For The American Revolution.
The rally is a protest against the city of New York and the policies of Mayor Bill de Blasio.
It comes a day after the City Council voted to remove the city from the National Park Service, and is the latest step in a fight over funding for the National Parks.