Mansion Ride

Metric Century, Other

Event Date

Sun, Jun 14, 2015


Seaford, NY


Activity Today Later

Mansion Ride-Metric Century - Individual Age group/open

$75 $85 Closed

Mansion Ride-38 miles - Individual Age group/open

$75 $75 Closed

Mansion Ride-16 miles - Individual Age group/open

$75 $75 Closed

Fundraising Only - Fundraising Only

$0 $0 Closed

About This Activity

The Mansion Ride celebrates its 13th Annual Ride on June 14, 2015. All Proceeds from the Mansion Ride go directly to charity. We offer 3 routes (16,38 and 62 miles) and visit fully stocked, perfectly spaced rest areas that are also Famous Public Mansions on Long Islands beautiful Gold Coast. The Mansion Ride was named a "Top 35" Largest and Most Interesting Charity Rides by Bicycling Magazine!

Event details and schedule

Date: Sunday, June 14, 2015

Time: Check in begins at 7 a.m., 62 & 40 milers depart at 7:45 a.m. 16 milers depart at 8:30 a.m.

Check In: If you pre registered on line for The Mansion Ride then go to the Check In lines. Your name will be on our registered rider list.  Upon Check in Riders will receive Mansion Ride Bibs to put on their Jerseys. This is a new feature to help our riders identify eachother on the road.

Place: North Shore Synagogue--83 Muttontown Eastwoods, Syosset, NY 11791- THIS IS NOT WHERE YOU PARK!!!!!!

Parking: Please note you will be parking (Free) a couple of blocks away at the Syosset LIRR station - All cars will be parked at the Syosset Railroad station (Address is 59 Jackson Avenue (Syosset, NY 11791) at Underhill Boulevard), just pedals away from the North Shore Synagogue--This keeps our home base easy to maneuver around. If you go to the Dunkin Donuts you will see our markings to get you to home base.


Long Island Rail Road: Our ride kicks off just a couple blocks away from the convenient Syosset Rail Road Line. Look for the Dunkin Donuts at the station, our markings will lead you to our home base. Returning home the Syosset Train to Penn Station leaves twice every hour on the 14s and 47s. Here's a link to the LIRR

Discuss This Activity