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Central Park Bike Tours (203 West 58th Street, NY) is a Bike Rent NYC business and part of the NYC’s favorite and fastest-growing bike rental business. Bike Rent NYC is committed to serving New York City residents and visitors through daily bike...more
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We had an amazing time! I visited Central Park with my friends and we were looking for something fun to do. A friendly employee of yours named Candace did a great job of explaining all of the key points in the park to visit, she...More
I and my friend hired bikes and let me tell this the bikes were the best bikes I have ever ridden! Easy to ride, good gears, fast light bikes we had such a bliss. After good experience I came back to ride a electric bike...More
Rented two bikes for two hours, when we got the bikes they looked ok, we didn’t start to ride them until we got to Central Park. Noticed that you couldn’t change gears properly on both bikes - seemed to be broken. And on one the...More
Date of experience: November 2018
Bike Rent NYC I, Guest Relations Manager at Central Park Bike Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
I am so sorry that you received poor customer service at one of our stores! It is always our goal to ensure our customers are happy with their experience and I want to apologize that we missed the mark this time. We do have a...More
Hired bikes from this Co actually from 117 West 58th Street - same company.
Rejected 1st bike as had bald tyre, operative was not helpful. Was not happy with bikes as we rode away, should have gone with gut feel. Hired for couple hours to...More
I was charged $37 to rent an adult bike and a kid's bike for one hour. I didn't even try to ask about it because the guy at the register could barely speak English. The rear brakes on the kid's bike weren't adjusted properly. My...More
couldnt have been a better place to hire bikes, staff were helpful and got a great discount on 6 bikes. genaro was the man, helpful the night before and kept to his word the next day when we picked up the bikes, giving us a...More
Our guide was great and we learned so much about the park in the two hour tour - it was a lovely early morning tour, with very few people about. We loved every part of it and plenty of time was given for stops and...More
This bicycle ride around Central Park was the relaxing, change of pace we needed after arriving in New York. When visiting different places, one of my favorite things to do is a bicycle tour. Well, after our hour plus ride from the airport and a...More
I took the tour by myself in Sept 2018 as my wife visited the MET. Bicycle worked fine, had time at each stop to enjoy the site and ask the guide questions. Ride and stops took about 2 hours and covered the main spots of...More
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This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit - spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's paradise where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.
Trip Report - Solo Traveler - Days 3 & 4 (3 Replies)
Day 3 (Saturday) Walked to Columbus Circle to find “Central Park Bike Tours” – nearly got hoodwinked into going with another company. I was glad I didn’t go with the other company as the tour was fantastic and worth every cent. It lasted 2 hours and was a 6 mile trip anti-clockwise round Central Park – stopping at all of the places of interest. After lunch I headed off to do the CNN Tour which is across the road from where the bike tour was. This was interesting but not as good as the...More
August 06, 2006|
I think you're the first TA poster who's gone on the Central Park bike tour, so thanks for posting that you enjoyed it. Interesting that you paid $76 for Chicago. People are always asking here about the difference in price b/w the TKTS booth and using broadwaybox.com online. Current broadwaybox offer is $66.25 or $56.25 and there's another offer for $46.25. But there are fees (about $9/ticket) on top of that for "handling." Where was your seat?