My tour

Hudson and Brooklyn Bridge



Discover the center of Manhattan and the banks of the Hudson River. Relaxed cycling through New York City with fantastic views of the city skyline.

1 day
20 km / 12 mi
$ 55.-
  • Tour starts every day;
  • Half day tour – no overnight;
  • Experienced, local guides;
  • Helmet, and bottled water included.



1 day
Easy = untrained, normal physical condition
Moderate = regular cyclist, good condition
Challenging = experienced, well trained
Guided = with cycling guide(s) - support van
Self Guided = individual - directions+maps
Daily distance
0-20 km / 0-12 mi
Total distance
20 km / 12 mi
Deluxe = 4-5 star hotel or excellent B&B
Basic = 1-2 star hotel/motel or B&B
Camping = tent, sports hall or campus
02 Apr 2019 - 21 Oct 2019
Tour starts any date. Duration 3 hours
New York City (14.00)
New York City (17.00)
Airport at start
New York City airports
Airport at finish
New York City airports


Price per person
The tour price per person
$ 55.-


Explore Manhattan AND Brooklyn by bike! Start in lower Manhattan, looping around the southern tip of the island, through Tribeca, Battery Park and the Financial District.  You’ll cross both the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges with time to stop and enjoy the thrilling views of the city from the top of each. Pedal through the trendy DUMBO neighborhood as well as historic Brooklyn Heights. Guests will walk along the Promenade to marvel at the sweeping vista of Manhattan’s world-famous skyline. Great for visitors who want to get beyond Manhattan and into some of the city’s most interesting neighborhoods.

Central Park Carousel
A carousel has been in operation at Central Park since 1871. The original carousel was powered by a blind horse and mule. The current carousel was manufactured by the Stein & Goldstein Company of Brooklyn for a trolley terminal outside Coney Island.
The Dairy
Once an actual dairy, this facility now serves as a Visitor’s Center for Central Park. Touch-screen kiosks provide general information about the park, built with kids in mind. The Dairy also serves as the official Central Park gift store.
Central Park Zoo
Home to over 130 different species of animals from tropical, temperate and polar zones all over the world. A highlight is the Delacorte Musical Clock, situated between the Zoo and the Tisch Children’s Zoo. The Clock keeps time with a song and dancing bronze animal statues.
The Mall
One of the only spaces in the park originally designated for social gathering. This walk is also very famous and recognizable in films and photographs.
Bethesda Terrace & Fountain
Considered the centerpiece of the park, it is especially noted for the Angel of the Waters statue and hand-carved details.
Loeb Boathouse
Located at the northeast tip of the Lake, this NYC icon is famous for its restaurant and paddle boat rentals.
Sheep Meadow
You’ll see tons of people soaking in the sun at Sheep Meadow. A vast, grassy spot, perfect for Frisbee with some friends. Also providing a great view of midtown forming at a distance.
Conservatory Water
A famous backdrop to many films, known for the many remote controlled boats sailing around the pond. Relatively close to the Hans Christian Anderson and Alice In Wonderland statues, which are popular spots among kids around the city.
Shakespeare Garden
One of the most famous gardens in NYC. This garden covers over four acres of greenery, constantly changing depending on the season. The Garden is located near the Delacorte Theatre, the site of the annual “Shakespeare in the Park” series held in the summer.

Map & Routes



rental-bike Comfortable hybrid / city bike.
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