Checking out the Met Museum on the Central Park Moonlight Ride
Time's Up Art Mural Bike Ride

TIME'S UP! is a 30-year-old not-for-profit direct-action environmental organization that uses events and educational programs to promote a more sustainable planet.

TIME'S UP! campaigns support objectives shared globally and locally by people like you. We're community-based and all volunteer. It's easy to participate: JOIN!

Check out our 30th Anniversary Timeline of events and accomplishments.

Waterfront Ice Cream Bike Ride
Saturday, April 28 at 4 PM
99 S 6th St, Brooklyn, NYC

Join us for our Waterfront Ice Cream Bike Ride. Explore some beautiful parks along the East River, learn about the marine ecosystems swimming inside, and eat lots of ice cream! The ride is free and open to the public and starts at the Time's Up Brooklyn space at 99 South 6th Street, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

 

Earth Day Polar Bear Bike Ride
EARTH DAY- Sunday, April 22nd,
4pm
Meet at the Northern side of Union Square Park, Manhattan, NYC

Come celebrate Earth Day on your bicycle dressed up in white as a polar bear with Time's Up! One day it is hot, the next day it is cold. Climate change is real and it's here. Let's save the planet and the polar bears too, ride your bike for less CO2.

THIS YEAR THE BIKE RIDE IS REVERSING DIRECTION. IT IS GOING DOWNTOWN INSTEAD OF UPTOWN, ENDING UP AT AN INDOOR DANCE PARTY!
Start at the park in front of the Plaza Hotel, 59th St and 5th Ave, Manhattan, 9:30 PM
OR feeder pickup at Madison Square Park, 23rd & Broadway, Flatiron Side, 10 PM OR if you're in Brooklyn, meet at the Brooklyn-side entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge, 9:30 PM, to ride into Manhattan

“Lights in the Heights” ride
Sunday, December 17th
4:30 PM Meet in Manhattan across from the bicycle entrance to the Manhattan Bridge (NW corner of
Canal St & Forsyth St)
OR 5:15 PM Meet in Brooklyn at 3rd St & Prospect Park West.

Join us for a fun and leisurely ride to see the "miracle mile" of Christmas Lights and decorations in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. The spectacular displays draw 150,000 visitors a year who come from as far away as Japan.

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