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We are the tri-state area's largest all-volunteer recreational cycling organization and offer our 2,000+ members:

  • Rides at all pace levels
  • Weekend trips
  • A nationally-recognized spring training program (SIG)
  • Monthly meetings featuring important speakers in the field
  • A full calendar of special events
  • A strong advocacy voice in metro and tri-state bicycling-related issues

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Photo of the Week


June 29 2015 - Alpine, NJ
Richard Rosenthal submitted this image of the new bicycle rack donated to the Alpine PD station at the top of Alpine Hill in Palisades Interstate Park, dedicated to the memory of NYCC member Irving Schachter.

Submit Your Photos

NYCC would like to see your ride photos. Each week we publish one recent group portrait showing who we are and where we go. Let us know what you're up to and how much fun you are having. To submit a photograph, please send it in .jpg format to editor@nycc.org. Please include a brief caption and a photographer credit. Captions might include the ride name, date, distance or description; leaders' or cyclists' names or initials; whatever you think is appropriate and interesting.

Please note that we cannot guarantee that your photo will be posted.

Club Stats

# Members

1,981

Active

# Rides

6,832

Since 2011?

# Sign‑ups

38,201

Since 2011?

# Cue‑Sheets

429

In 17 regions

# Events

88

Since 2011?

# MB Posts

16,707

Since 2011?

Rides

Where winds have selectively removed low specific gravity minerals from sand, the grain size of the thin veneer or residue of heavy constituents that remains as blacksand is very much finer than that of light-colored surrounding sand on which the winnowing process is not far advanced.

The relative frequencies of the heavy minerals present in a number of representative assemblages after removal of magnetite and ilmenite are shown in table 1 and, by and large, these data are averages of counts of at least 300 grains for each of several preparations from specific localities. More ...

Groups

The relative frequencies of the heavy minerals present in a number of representative assemblages after removal of magnetite and ilmenite are shown in table 1 and, by and large, these data are averages of counts of at least 300 grains for each of several preparations from specific localities.

Where winds have selectively removed low specific gravity minerals from sand, the grain size of the thin veneer or residue of heavy constituents that remains as blacksand is very much finer than that of light-colored surrounding sand on which the winnowing process is not far advanced.

Although the products of the winnowing action of prevailing on-shore winds are quite evident at many points on the coastline they are of small volume; production of larger quantities of black-sand by these means was observed particularly in the sand-dunes both to the north and south of the mouth of Pajaro River. More ...

Events

Although the products of the winnowing action of prevailing on-shore winds are quite evident at many points on the coastline they are of small volume; production of larger quantities of black-sand by these means was observed particularly in the sand-dunes both to the north and south of the mouth of Pajaro River. More ...

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