How will riders get to the starting location? The ride will start at Liberty State Park in Jersey City. Details for traveling to the ride start from New York City, New Jersey and Philadelphia will be included in the Pre-Ride Guide by March 2022.
I want to return to New York City after biking to Philadelphia. How do I do that? Interested riders may purchase tickets on a post-ride shuttle back to New York City from Philadelphia, as well as a post-ride bike shipping. Additional details and the link to register for the post-ride shuttle and bike shipping will be available in the Pre-Ride Guide by March 2022.
In addition to the post-race event shuttle, there are several public transportation options between Philadelphia and New York. Click below for information on bike transportation policies for the following:
Amtrak (Note: only certain Amtrak trains offer carry-on bicycle service for Philadelphia to New York, and those trains have limited spots that must be reserved in advance using this link.)
Details on a pre-ride shuttle and bike shipping from Philadelphia to Liberty State Park also will be available in the Pre-Ride Guide in March 2022.
What baggage service will be available? One-way baggage service from New York City to Philadelphia will be provided by event organizers for all ride participants. Event production company Global Impact Productions will load, transport and unload bags for all riders. At the end of day one in Princeton, baggage will be available for pick up at the ride finish. Specific details will be provided closer to the ride.
I have more questions. Who can I talk to? Global Impact Productions staff members are available to answer your New York City-to-Philadelphia Greenway Ride questions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and via phone at (212) 989-1111 x 102.
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