Wall Street Rides FAR

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Autumn leaves, the lower Hudson Valley, and a community coming together to change lives. That’s Wall Street Rides FAR (For Autism Research), a glorious cycling event to benefit the Autism Science Foundation. Held in Westchester County in the fall, this annual event is organized by autism advocates Bryan Harkins and Melissa Moo Harkins.

During Ride FAR, hundreds of riders—a mix of avid cyclists and weekend recreational riders—will venture from Saxon Woods County Park on a fully-supported journey of the scenic roads north of New York City. With a choice of four cycling distances and challenge levels, from a 4-mile family ride to a 62-mile, hilly metric century, plus our new 5K walk, you’ll be supported—nurtured, really—by our volunteer crew. With rest stops every 15 miles, so magical we call them “Oases,” ample route marking, safety monitors at tricky intersections, bike techs, and sweep vans if you need them, our crew will take care of almost any need you can imagine, and a great many you never thought of. Wall Street Rides FAR is a leaf-peeping cyclist’s utopia.

Learn more about the event on its website.

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