A motorcycle rally in Brooklyn is set to take place on Saturday, May 19.
It is the fourth annual bike rally, the first in New England and the first to be held in the city.
A total of 13,500 participants will take part in the four-day event, which is being held in New Jersey.
The event is the largest bike rally ever in the United States.
It has been held in Washington, D.C., and other cities around the country.
Organizers say that the event is part of a larger effort to get more Americans on bikes and encourage people to get on them.
“We have a lot of people who are looking for transportation, who want to ride to work and school, who are wanting to get to their community,” said Kristin McElroy, director of the New York Cyclists Union.
“It’s a way for us to do that.”
McElroy said that there have been no fatalities and that more than 400 people have been injured.
More than 2,000 people participated in the event last year.
More than 2 million people are expected to attend the rally.
Participants are also expected to take part on bikes, including children and seniors, according to organizers.
There will be two bike lanes in the street and one lane in the parking lot, and the rally is expected to draw several thousand spectators.
The rally has been happening every year since 2008, but it is the first time that the New England event will be held every year.
The bike rally has become more popular with millennials, who make up the majority of participants.
It also attracts people from around the world.
The organizers say that a large portion of the attendees are college students.
Many are attending their first rally and are coming to New York for the first-ever rally, said Sarah DeLuca, the executive director of BikeNY.
The rally is being sponsored by the New Jersey Cyclists’ Union and the International Association of Bicyclists.
McElrion said that the bike rally will be a chance for the younger riders to experience the city for the very first time.
“I think they’re looking for a new experience,” she said.
“They’re looking to get a little bit more in the know and learn about the culture and the people.”
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