1H New York Central Park Road Bike Rental

56 W, 56th St, New York, NY, 10019, USA,
From
$43.55
Date
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Free Cancellations Available
Overview
Duration
1h
Voucher type
mobile
What To Expect

With over 47 miles of paths traversing 843 acres, Central Park provides an excellent ride for both the experienced and casual bike rider. Not only can you take advantage of the endless paths, but you can also take in the art, architecture and history that make Central Park so unique. Located in the heart of Manhattan in NYC, Central Park is an oasis inside one of the largest cities in the world.

If you decide to explore the park on your own, Central Park Sightseeing will equip you with all you need for your adventure. We supply a helmet, full-colour map with key attractions, basket and bike lock all provided free of charge with every rental. You need only provide the desire to explore.

We offer bikes for everyone, from one-seaters to tandem bikes. Additionally, we have baby seats and double trailers for toddlers available for families. We offer everything you need to make your exploration of Central Park successful and memorable. Additionally, our knowledgeable staff can provide you with specific routes based on your personal needs and desires.

included
What's included
included-item
Cannondale bicycle Helmets Basket or bike bags Bike locks Map Tag-a-long bike extensions Double-kids bike trailer Baby seat
know before you go
Know Before You Go
Highlights
Enjoy riding KHS Tandem Bikes
Explore Central Park
Take in the art, architecture and history that make Central Park
Operating days
Mon,Tue,Wed,Thu,Fri,Sat,Sun
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until 6 days before your travel date
Provider
Unlimited Biking
Meeting Point

Tour departs from Central Park Sightseeing Store at 56 W 56th Street, between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue.

Alternatively, guests can pick up rentals from below locations:

Columbus Circle:

346 W 57th Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues

Central Park North:

111 W 110th Street, between Adam Clayton Powell and Malcolm X Blvd