TD bike tour participants hug during event

POSTPONED– 2020 TD Five Boro Bike Tour – New York

 

3/23/20: This event has been postponed.

Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, the TD Five Boro Bike Tour is being postponed. Bike New York is currently discussing new potential dates with its New York City agency partners and plans to share details when the City is better able to assess timelines of stabilization of the outbreak.

Know that Team UNCF stands steadfast in its support of HBCUs and our students. We hope that you will consider supporting this effort with a gift of any amount via links of the team member’s fundraising pages. Your contributions will help us continue our important work of assisting students in obtaining their college degrees.

 


UNCF New York is proud to announce that UNCF is an official charity partner of the 40th annual TD Five Boro Bike Tour.

Members and friends of UNCF are encouraged to apply for a place on Team UNCF and ride an unforgettable 40 miles across the five boroughs for New York City’s children.

As a member of Team UNCF, you will receive guaranteed entry into the TD Five Boro Bike Tour.

The money you raise—a minimum of $1,000 is required—in exchange for a spot in this historic event will help keep to raise money for HBCU’s and students of color in need!

UNCF has 10 bibs, which will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, and Team UNCF cyclists will enjoy an assortment of perks that will support you as you train, fundraise and cross the starting line in Lower Manhattan.

Fundraising

  • UNCF team meetings and conference call
  • Regular emails from the UNCF offering creative fundraising tips and incentives

Race Day

  • Team UNCF shirt

Join Team UNCF!

The 40-mile, car-free tour begins in Lower Manhattan (the start line is at Franklin St. and Church St., with entrance points for each of the start waves running south along Church to Battery Park), heads north through the heart of Central Park, and continues on to Harlem and the Bronx before returning south along the East River on the FDR Drive.

Contact Diego.Aviles@UNCF.org to register.