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Cyclists (and Music Fans), New York City's Homecoming Week Has Something Special for You This August

  America’s “biggest bike ride” is back, and it’s being held in New York City on August 22. The annual charity TD Five Boro Bike Tour was cancelled in 2020 to the dismay of thousands of riders who look forward to this event. Sponsored by Bike New York and its city government partners, the bike tour covers all of New York City in one glorious ride, through each of the city’s five boroughs.   TD Five Boro Bike Tour courtesy: Bike New York   The event, which typically draws up to 32,000 riders annually and opens 40 miles of NYC’s busiest roadways exclusively to cyclists for the day, returns during the city’s announced NYC Homecoming Week , (August 14-22) and the day after the We Love New York mega Homecoming Concert in Central Park. This year’s participant number has been scaled down to 20,000 to allow for greater safety and social distancing. The tour is viewed as an exciting part of New York City’s economic revitalization. The landmark event typically attract

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