Central Park Bike Tours provides bike rental and professionally-guided Central Park bike tour 4-times daily (9am, 10am, 1pm & 4pm). We’re located at 203 West 58th Street, 1-block from the 7th Avenue entrance to Central Park. Use coupon code: CPBTBR30 for immediate 30% discount on bike rental. Use coupon code: CPBTBT30 for immediate 30% discount on Central Park bike tour. Central Park Bike Tours is part of the Bike Rent NYC network of bike rental locations – the largest bike rental and bike tour business in NYC.
Quality bikes, great prices and friendly service.
Top-quality comfortable Trek and Giant hybrid bikes for men and women are easy and fun to ride; flexible rental options and great prices. Visit Times Square and Central Park. Bike rental is available at this location: 40 West 55th Street - 7 days a week, 8am - 9pm.
Guided New York City bike tours are a great way to experience favorite iconic attractions. We offer two (2) distinct and memorable 2-hour leisure bike tours. Central Park bike tour departs from 203 West 58th Street. Brooklyn Bridge bike tour departs from 145 Nassau Street. Check websites for start times and details.
We'll do the peddling and storytelling. Take a seat and treat yourself to a private guided tour of Central Park by Pedicab. Learn more.
Public and private bike tours of Central Park and Brooklyn Bridge.
2-HOUR LEISURE TOUR OF CENTRAL PARK ON A BIKE.
The 2-hour leisure Central Park Bike Tour begins and ends at 203 West 58th Street, near 7th Avenue. This is our most popular New York City bike tour. Central Park is an urban park in the central part of the borough of Manhattan, New York City. It was initially opened in 1857, on 778 acres of city-owned land, later expanding to its current size of 843 acres.
2-HOUR LEISURE TOUR OF BROOKLYN BRIDGE ON A BIKE.
The 2-hour leisure Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour begins and ends at 145 Nassau Street, downtown near Park Row, City Hall and Pace University. The Brooklyn Bridge in New York City was completed in 1883, and connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River. It has a main span of 1,595.5 feet (486.3 m), and was the first steel-wire suspension bridge constructed.