Central Park Ride

Beginner

Wednesday, May 25 • 7am • $10

Need some time to get used to your bike before venturing onto the city streets? Ride with us Wednesday morning, May 25, in Central Park for an hour before the park opens to traffic. This is a great way to get comfortable riding safely in NYC. After the ride we allow plenty of time to answer of all your questions regarding best city riding practices or about your individual ride. Before you know it you'll be ready for our ride up to the GW Bridge and back! (6 miles) View Map

 

Park to Park

Intermediate

Saturday, May 28 • 9am • $10

Ride with us from Central Park to Prospect Park. We start at the Hudson River Greenway and from there, we ride downtown to Warren Street and head over to City Hall Park, where we'll dismount and walk through the small park to the Brooklyn Bridge.

Once we cross the Brooklyn Bridge, we'll regroup and ride through the neighborhoods of Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill on our way to Prospect Park. We'll take a lap together around Prospect Park, where the ride finishes, allowing people to either relax and explore the park or check out the many unique stores and cafes in the neighborhood. Or you can do a quick turn-around back to Manhattan. The ride is approximately 26 miles round trip. (13 or 26 miles) View Map

 

Governor's Island

Begninner/Intermediate

Sunday, May 29 • 10am • $10

Ride with us from Central Park to Prospect Park. We start at the Hudson River Greenway and from there, we ride downtown to Warren Street and head over to City Hall Park, where we'll dismount and walk through the small park to the Brooklyn Bridge.

Once we cross the Brooklyn Bridge, we'll regroup and ride through the neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights and make our way to the new State Park underneath the Brooklyn Bridge. After a rest stop to enjoy the park - and snap some amazing photos, we will continue on to the Governor's Island Ferry Stop. Once on the island it's we will ride the bike path there and explore the island before heading back on a water taxi to Manhattan. The ride ends at the water taxi dock in Manhattan.

 

GW Bridge & Back

Beginner/Intermediate

Wednesdays • 7am • $10/ride

The first few miles are mostly car-free as we ride up the east side of Central Park. Then, we ride the well-traveled St. Nicholas Avenue bike lane up through central Harlem to Washington Heights.Next stop, Starbucks, at approximately mile 7 with a majestic view of the George Washington Bridge. After coffee it's down to the Hudson River Greeenway and a quick note of the "little red lighthouse" under the bridge before heading down the path to 125th Street. The ride ends either at 125th Street and the bike path or the 110th Street entrance to Central Park. The ride takes approximately 1.5 hours. (10 miles) View Map

 

Palisades Park

Intermediate

Sundays • 10am • $10/ride

Cyclists meet at the southwest corner of Central Park and ride to the northern entrance at 110th Street. There, we'll ride the bike lane on St. Nicholas Avenue to the GW Bridge. Crossing the bridge, we'll stop to take in the view and snap some photos. Once on the other side we'll enter the Palisades Park for some more panoramic views of the river and city. From there we'llride approximately 5 miles on Hudson Terrace, another vantage point in the park, before heading back to cross the bridge again.

Once back on the Manhattan side of the bridge we'll wind our way down to the Hudson River Greenway and ride to the Harlem Piers Park at 125th Street. Here, cyclists can either enjoy this beautiful new park with piers into the Hudson or continue their journey home. (18 miles) View Map

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