New York City Highlights bike tour

Central Park Sightseeing Store, 111 West 110th Street , New York, United States of America
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$70.77
Date
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Free Cancellations Available
Overview
Duration
3h
Languages
English
Voucher type
mobile
What To Expect

On a New York City bike tour, you'll be able to see a side of the city that many tourists have never seen nor even know about! This moderately paced tour allows riders of any skill level to get to know the Big Apple as you absorb its history, culture and famous sights. A licensed and knowledgable tour guide will accompany you through the heart of Manhattan, from the southern border of Harlem to the South Street Seaport. Everything will be provided for this 9 mile (15 km) tour, including: bike rental, basket, helmet and informative maps of the area. Don't forget to bring your camera as you'll want to remember this experience for years to come.

What to remember

Important info

  • No rider under the age of 18 will be permitted to rent a bike without an adult over the age of 18 present
  • All guests must be able to ride their own bike
  • Baby seats for infants (must be at least 1 year of age and under 40 lbs) are available for the tour. Please select a child ticket at checkout
  • No Double Trailers, Tag-A-Long bikes or tandems are permitted on our tours for the safety of the group
  • No rider may exceed 300 lbs
included
What's included
included-item
3-hour guided Cannondale bike tour of New York City. Basket. Helmet. Chain/lock. Illustrated map
know before you go
Know Before You Go
Highlights
Experience the Big Apple on two wheels. Discover the most interesting neighborhoods and streets. Listen to an expert guide and learn about the city's rich culture
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day before your travel date
Provider
Unlimited Biking
Meeting Point

Meeting point: Central Park Sightseeing Store 111 West 110th Street (between Adam Clayton Powell and Malcolm X Blvd)End point: Brooklyn Bridge Sightseeing Store at 38 Park Row (between Beekman Street and Spruce Street, across street from City Hall)