Map is contained in the cue sheet. this ride was designed to occur each April in, as Scott puts it, “commiseration and celebration of Paris-Roubaix on Brooklyn cobblestone.” Paris-Roubaix, considered the “Queen of the Classics” is a race famous for its many cobblestone sections. Scott has strung as many cobblestone sections together as Brooklyn offers. The finish, at the Water Street Bar in Dumbo, was designed to offer participants the opportuniy to watch the Paris-Roubaix race on OLN and exercise their beer hoisting muscles.
As Scott's cue sheet is a masterpiece, no Roboviva Ninja cue sheet has been generatted. Just be aware that some of the route has been altered, see below. And make notes as to where. Or print your own RVN cue sheet if you are not using RWGPS.
RWGPS now added. Do note that minor changes made as some streets are now one way/wrong way. Just shy of the end you will walk your bike 2 short sections for this reason.
Alas, 66 Water Street Bar is closed. I do not know if this is due to the current Covid-19 or it folded prior to the pandemic. None the less, the ride ends at this location.