We lost a Mullaly Bike Park Legend Today

We lost a Mullaly Bike Park legend today. Please support Alberto a fellow BMX rider and donate to his funeral.

Summer Youth Employment Program are Now Open

Summer Youth Employment Program are Now Open

DYCD is pleased to announce that applications for the Summer Youth Employment Program are now open.

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1-800-246-4646 or 646-343-6800

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Summer is here and the fun is just getting started at MULLALY! We have some big plans for the year, and recently had Dellavalle Designs build us a new pump track area, and we built some new ramps in the main part of the park as well as having our resurfaced floor. In addition to having a great volunteer day with Partnership for Parks where we repainted and fixed up the park.

This weekend we are back for Sunday Funday on the Grand Concourse with Boogie on the Boulevard programming. We will have a course designed by Jim Dellavalle set up to teach new riders how to maneuver on STRIDER Balance Bikes and keep them safe with Nutcase Helmets. Come out and have fun, there will also be art, a lawn, face painting, and more.

Saturday June 25th we will also be setting up a STRIDER adventure zone in Hunt’s Point at Summerfest. The address is 765 Manida St, Bronx, NY 10474


Support NYC’s longest running ramp park

We need your help to keep the park running and create a positive environment for the youth in the community.

Mullaly Park has been a home to BMX riders, skateboarders, rollerblades and more for almost thirty years now. We are implementing a pilot youth program in conjunction with The Bronx Museum’s Boogie on the Boulevard programing. We will have STRIDER Balance bikes and NUTCASE helmets available for youths ages 2-5 to try on our Strider Adventure Zone course. We hope to be able to make this a regular offering at the park.

We have been lucky enough to receive grant funding from Citizen’s Committee for New York City for a number of years, and are searching for other funding as well.

If you could please make a donation to help the park grow, you will be helping to provide a safe place for the youth to express themselves and be active. Every dollar counts.

Please visit our go fund me page to make a donation.
With thanks,
-The riders of Mullaly

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