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Bike and Roll NYC offers bicycle rentals and bike Tours of New York City and Central park with awesome new Trek bicycles maintained in-house by professional mechanics and fitted for your comfort. If you are looking for New York City & Central Park...more
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Joseph was our tour guide and he was the BEST!! He is a local NY'er and shared so many great details about the park. We road as a family, with kids ages 13 and 10. For my son, the 10 year old, this was the...More
Blake from Bike and Roll NYC was amazing as he guided us effortlessly through Central Park. Blake has thorough knowledge on the history of NYC, and in particular, the park. Blake was very attentive and ensured our safety throughout the bike tour. Thanks mate. We...More
Nov. 16th 2pm tour. Jeff was out guide..it was cold that day so I guess we were the only two signed up so we got a private tour. JEFF was absolutely amazing. He has such passion and so much inside knowledge of the park and...More
We did the Central Park bike tour on our last day in NYC, it was defiantly a good choice. We had Mark as our guide who was very informative. A true New Yorker with a lot of experience and knowledge of Central Park and the...More
Bellissimo tour, piacevole e dettagliato. La nostra guida, Joseph, ci ha raccontato la storia e i particolari di Central Park in modo interessante e piacevole. Bici comode e facili da usare, pedalata in relax. Soste per permetterci di guardarci intorno e godere dei magnifici scorci...More
My first ever bike tour on a trip has me officially hooked! Our guide was very knowledge of the park and made several stops along the tour for us to take pictures and hear him talk about the history of the stops.
The bikes were...More
Booked the Ebike tour of Central Park and waterfront online.
When we turned up for the tour, there was just one other couple and they were doing Central Park only and did not have ebikes. This effectively messed up the tour because we could only...More
We signed up for the Central Park Small Group bike tour. The overall experience was good, the tour gives you time in all of the major areas of the park. Lots is going on in the park, other bikes, joggers, walkers, horse drawn carriages, it...More
Firstly, when you book this tour through tripadvisor, you are not provided the full information (like where you meet) that you need, so you have to contact the company. Not the company's fault, tripadvisor needs to fix. Also, note that it is a 48 hour,...More
Nestled between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side offers iconic architecture and a quiet, residential respite from the buzzing energy of downtown. Along Central Park West are many of the city’s most iconic apartment buildings, as well as the American Museum of Natural History, which has been welcoming visitors to its historic exhibit halls for over 140 years. Culture fans will love Lincoln Center,
home to some of the world’s best opera, dance, film, and theater performances, all centrally located around a beautiful fountain. Spanning the entire length of the Upper West Side, Riverside Park is ideal for a long, leisurely stroll in a quiet green space.
It is not difficult. The entire tour is approximately 13 miles over 3 hours with a number of breaks to see the sights. The only climbing is over the bridges and not too difficult. I see no reason a 13 year old couldn't... More
It is not difficult. The entire tour is approximately 13 miles over 3 hours with a number of breaks to see the sights. The only climbing is over the bridges and not too difficult. I see no reason a 13 year old couldn't handle. I've been to Copenhagen - doesn't everybody ride bikes there?