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Slow Roll holds 'Americana Ride' on Independence Day

The free and inclusive "Americana Ride" started and ended at Sportsmen’s Park Monday night in the city's Black Rock neighborhood.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Slow Roll Buffalo held its second annual Independence Day community bike ride on Monday.

The free and inclusive "Americana Ride" started and ended Monday night at Sportsmen’s Park in the city's Black Rock neighborhood. The park is located between the Sportsmen's Tavern and The Cave. 

According to Slow Roll organizers, the Americana Ride put a spotlight on the city's local music scene.

The 10-mile round-trip route traveled through the city's Black Rock, Riverside, North Park and Park Meadow neighborhoods. The ride also made two stops: Riverside Park and the Tacoma Performing Arts Center. 

Following the bike ride, an after party was held at Sportsmen's Park for live music, food and drinks. 

Couldn't make it to the ride Monday night? Other Slow Roll community bike rides are happening this season. Check out the schedule below:

  • July 11 - Black Monarchy
  • July 18 - Hertel Alley Murals
  • July 25 - Lafayette Square
  • Aug. 1 - Maritime Center
  • Aug. 8 - Fruit Belt
  • Aug. 15 - Niagara Frontier Food Terminal
  • Aug. 22 - Central Terminal
  • Aug. 29 - The Foundry
  • Sept. 5 - Eugene V Debs Hall
  • Sept. 12 - Tow Path Park
  • Sept. 19 - Park Vue
  • Sept. 26 - History Museum
  • Oct. 3 - Olivencia Center
  • Oct. 10 - Big Ditch Brewing
  • Oct. 17 - Adam Mickiewicz Library
  • Oct. 24 - Irish Center
  • Oct. 31 - Community Beer Works

More information about this season's events is available at the Slow Roll Buffalo website.

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