Anti-racism protesters cycled from Brooklyn to Manhattan in New York City on June 10, as part of nationwide protests sparked by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
This footage, posted to Twitter by Will Rose, shows cyclists chanting protest slogans while taking up four traffic lanes as they cycle across the Williamsburg Bridge.
According to social media posts, protesters first gathered at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park before making their way to Williamsburg.
It follows a similar protest on June 8 which saw more than 1,000 cyclists bike from Brooklyn to Manhattan in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. Credit: Will Rose via Storyful