Tours and Tickets by Bike the Big Apple
NYC Guided Full-Day Bike Tour, plus Cross the Brooklyn Bridge
Enjoy a new perspective on the city when you explore on two wheels—and visit two different boroughs—all in one immersive bike tour. Meet your guide in the morning in Greenwich Village, grab your bikes and helmets, and set off with a small group for company. Glide past the Stonewall Inn and down towards Wall Street before crossing the Brooklyn Bridge to tony Brooklyn Heights. Return to Manhattan via the Manhattan Bridge, and immerse yourself in Chinatown’s ambiance, before the tour's end.
Brooklyn Delights Full-Day Bike Tour
Hop on your bike in Manhattan's Lower East Side and head over to bohemian Brooklyn for a full-day cycling tour. Skip the tour bus and travel like a local, stopping in top locations for time to explore and listen to guided commentary. Highlights include the Brooklyn Navy Yard, a historic Hasidic shtetl as well as the Williamsburg and DUMBO neighborhoods.
6 hours 30 minutes
Central Park and Harlem: Sensational Park & Soul Bike Tour
Go beyond the major tourist sights on a half-day bike tour that showcases the diversity of Manhattan’s cityscape and culture. Pedal from the posh Plaza Hotel through the most scenic sections of Central Park, stopping along the way for a Beatles sing-along and to learn New York trivia. Continue north to Harlem, to attend a soulful Sunday morning gospel service and poetry reading outside the former home of Langston Hughes.
New York City Multicultural Full-Day Bike Tour
New York is one of the world’s most ethnically diverse cities, with an impressive cross-section of global cultures visible across its five boroughs. Cover more ground and experience more of its diversity than you could by staying in Manhattan on this guided cross-borough bike tour, which ventures to various parts of Queens and Brooklyn—from Williamsburg to Long Island City—as well as Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
Small-Group Bronx Bike Tour with a Bronx Little Italy Visit
Spin around the streets of the Bronx like a local on this guided bike tour. Go beyond the NYC tourist trail to parts of the city few visitors get to see, from the Bronx River to the college campus where the movie A Beautiful Mind was filmed. Learn about the revitalization of the South Bronx, and pause for lunch—at your own expense—in a food market in the Bronx’s Little Italy.
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Alexis wrote a review Aug 2019
10 contributions5 helpful votes
We had a great bike tour last July with our guide Richard. We booked the tour only some days prior to the tour and it ended up we were only the two of us. The provided bikes are of very good quality. The actual tour was great with a lot of stories from Richard and plenty of…
Date of experience: July 2019
Janie148 wrote a review Jul 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom2 contributions7 helpful votes
stevenjoPDX wrote a review Apr 2019
Portland, Oregon29 contributions2 helpful votes
Review of: The Surprising Bronx Bike Tour
Had the pleasure to ride with Richard on a discovery tour of the Bronx, an often overlooked borough of New York. Very well paced, and Richard seemed to know half the people in Queens. This makes our second tour with Bike the Apple, and both rides were a joy. Highly recommend.
Date of experience: April 2019
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Rachel8787 wrote a review Jan 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom94 contributions46 helpful votes
We opted for the East Side/West Side tour to see parts of the city we haven’t visited before and we were not disappointed. Our guide was incredibly knowledgeable about the area, which included several local food stops along the way. He ensured our safety throughout the tour, as…
Date of experience: August 2018
1 Helpful vote
TTTT T wrote a review Oct 2018
Liège112 contributions22 helpful votes
That is my second time and I'm still loving this tours ! Guides are nice and funny and share their own New-York as well as historical informations. They take an interest in who we are and manage to create a warm group dynamic in a few minutes, which allows you to feel very…
Date of experience: October 2018