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Rock to Rock Earth Day Ride

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Rock to Rock Earth Day Ride

Time: April 26, 2014 from 9am to 2pm
Location: Common Ground
Street: 357 Springside Ave
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://rocktorock.donordrive.…
Phone: 2033894333 x 1214
Event Type: bike, ride
Organized By: Chris Schweitzer
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2014

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Explore New Haven By Bicycle

Rock to Rock is New Haven's biggest Earth Day celebration. Here's how it works: You and about a thousand of your neighbors travel from West Rock and East Rock, with celebrations on both sides of the city. Along the way, eat tasty food, hear great music, take on environmental service projects, and explore our city's parks and neighborhoods.

Families and college students, serious riders and weekend warriors are all part of Rock to Rock. Join our rock band!  Register now.

Looking for a challenge? Take our 20- mile, 40-mile, or metric century routes. Have a little kid in tow? Join us for part of the ride.

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