Unlimited Biking at FAO Schwarz

Do you know the place, where children’s dreams come true? Yes at our Unlimited Biking store locations, because biking is a lot of fun for the whole family. But we have to admit that there is another great place in New York, namely FAO Schwarz. It’s been more than three years since FAO Schwarz closed its doors after 150 years, ending its run as the nation’s oldest toy store. At the time, owner Toys “R” Us blamed rising rents at Midtown’s General Motors Building, but assured the public they’d be looking for a new location. And since California-based firm ThreeSixty Group Inc. took over ownership in 2016, that day has finally come. You can take the bike to get there in a few minutes! Don’t miss this paradise. Big teddy bears, a piano on the floor and so much toys. You can’t imagine!

The experience starts at the entrance. Where two ladies in uniforms heartily welcomed us and our bikes. Especially one of them was excited about our bikes. We recommended her our Unlimited Biking service and let her test the bike right away as you can see. 

Inside it’s a toys paradise, especially for young but also for old. There is so much to see and to try out. Nice music and so much experience! The perfect place for the holiday season to get in this special Christmas mood. But as you can see on the picture we’re more than ready for Christmas – the ugly Christmas sweater season has started!  And there is also the famous piano on the floor. You can step on the different keys to play music – great fun. It’s famous because the old store in New York was featured in the 1988 Tom Hanks film Big, in which Hanks and Robert Loggia danced Heart & Soul and Chopsticks on the store’s large floor piano. So you definitely should check it out!

The picture below shows a real premium toy. We were surprised when we saw the price of 25.000 Dollars for this special car.

At the end of our trip to FAO Schwarz we can say that it is definitely worth it! Now we’re 120% in the mood for the upcoming holidays.  If you also like to see this beautiful shop take a bike and get there in a few minutes! 

Get your bike here:  https://www.unlimitedbiking.com/new-york/rentals/

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FUN FACTS ABOUT BIKES

Today we present you interesting facts about bikes – all you definitely need to know, so read on!

ABOUT THE HISTORY

First off all the term “bicycle” first entered into popular usage in France in the 1860s. But who is the bike founder? Although Leonardo da Vinci drew some rough sketches of a contraption that looked like a bicycle, the Frenchman De Sivrac built the first bicycle-type vehicle in 1690. It was referred to as a hobbyhorse. However, it did not have pedals. Those were added in 1840 by a Scottish blacksmith, Kirkpatrick Macmillan, who is credited with inventing the real bicycle. So far so good, but there is more you need to know about the bike, bicycle or velocipedes. What is a velocipedes? Before the word “bicycle” become popular bikes were typically called “velocipedes”. Maybe you have heard of the Penny-farthing before, an early type of bicycle that featured a front wheel significantly larger than the rear. The name comes from the old British Penny and Farthing coins which represent the large and small wheels. It’s enough history for a day.

ABOUT THE NUMBERS

Did you know that about 100 million bicycles are manufactured worldwide each year. There are roughly one billion bicycles in the world, about twice as many as motor vehicles and roughly half a billion of them are in China. Oh WOW! And another fact is that maintaining a bike annually costs twenty times less than maintaining and driving a car. So let’s take a bike more often! Also because the bicycle is the most efficient vehicle ever devised: a human on a bicycle is more efficient in calories expended per kilo and per kilometer than a train, truck, airplane, boat, car, or motorcycle. It is 3 times as efficient as walking. And it’s also a perfect way to save the environment. If Americans double their bike use to 2% of all urban trips, they would save 3.5 billion litres of gasoline annually. On a bicycle you can travel up to 1037 kilometres on the energy equivalent of a single litre of gas.

ABOUT THE HEALTH

Cycling three hours or 30 kilometres per week halves your risk of heart disease and strokes. So if you ride a bike every day it’s only about 4,3 kilometers per day – easy! And for all the woman’s outside: Women who walk or bike 30 minutes a day have a lower risk of breast cancer. And in general a study of nearly 2,400 adults found out, that those who biked to work were fitter, leaner, less likely to be obese and had better triglyceride levels, blood pressure and insulin levels than those who didn’t active commute to work. Also an adult cyclist typically has a level of fitness equivalent to someone 10 years younger and a life expectancy two years above the average.

And last but least for all the helmet haters and hair fetishist outside: Helmets have been found to be 85% effective in preventing head injury. So always use a helmet!

So let’s be serious, what are you waiting for?

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Best bike routes in San Francisco!

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You just have arrived in San Francisco and you want to visit this beautiful city quickly and efficiently while doing a sporting activity? We have the solution for you: Unlimited Biking! Are you ready to discover the Bay of San Francisco by bike? Hold your handlebars with both hands and let’s go discover the city and its surroundings! Here are some of the best spots in San Francisco Bay to discover by bike!

  1. Golden Gate Park (10 mile / 2 to 3 hours) : Golden Gate Park is a green space measuring approximately 3 mile by 0.5 mile, located in San Francisco not far from the Golden Gate Bridge. In terms of size it looks like Central Park. It is the 3rd most visited public park in the United States. You can find the best spots to visit below. So read on!
  • The de Young Museum, is a fine arts museum located in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.
  • California Academy of Sciences is a research institute and natural history museum. Among the largest natural history museums in the world, it houses more than 26 million specimens.
  • Conservatory of Flowers, the Victorian-era glass greenhouse at Golden Gate Park has more than 2,000 species of plants and flowers.
  • San Francisco Botanical Garden, with its 22.3 ha, the garden contains nearly 9,000 types of plants from all over the world with particular attention to Magnolia, palm trees and plants from Central America, South America and Southeast Asia.
  • Japanese Tea Garden, is a popular place in Golden Gate Park, originally built as part of a major world exhibition, the California Midwinter International Exposition of 1894.
  • Stow Lake, is an artificial lake built in Golden Gate Park. This charming little lake, with its pedal boats, waterfall and Chinese pavilion, is one of the residents’ favourite places.
  • National Aids Memorial Grove, is a dedicated place for the millions of Americans directly or indirectly affected by AIDS, they can come together to heal, hope and remember.
  • Buffalo Paddock, is a place where there is a herd of American bison
  • Beach Chalet, is an historic building in Golden Gate Park with ocean views and an american cuisine.
  • Strawberry Hill, the hill occupies an entire island in the artificial lake Stow and is connected by two bridges.
  • Speedway (Hellman Hollow) and Lindley Meadows, is a charming place perfect for picnics and enjoying the landscape.
  • Spreckels Lake, is an artificial reservoir located behind an earth dam and a pavilion located north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.
  • Music Concourse, is an open-air square with an oval-shaped hall where there are usually theatrical performances and concerts.
  • Dutch and Murphy Windmills, are two historic windmills

If you want to discover the park in is totality and explore the different important places, cycling is the best choice!

2. Tilden Regional Park (5-10 mile / 2 to 3 hours): is a 2078 acres regional park located in East Bay, in the San Francisco Bay area near Berkeley. The park has several bike paths and is perfect for moderate speed rides!

3. Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito (8 mile / 2 hours): Bike across the Golden Gate Bridge to Sausalito to enjoy the view of the bay and its surroundings. On the bridge, remain vigilant as you share your track with pedestrians. On the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge, stop at Vista Point to capture the bridge and the San Francisco skyline as a backdrop. Then go down to Sausalito, a former fishing village renowned for its floating houses!

4. Fisherman’s Wharf to Golden Gate Park (7 mile / 2 hours): Departure from the piers in the north of the city to the west towards Golden Gate Park. Thanks to this tour you will discover many famous places in town such as the Presidio, the Marina District, Fisherman’s Wharf and the magnificent Golden Gate Park. This moderate bike ride will take you from the city and its buildings to the park and its green nature!

5. Union Square to Golden Gate Bridge (5 mile / 1 to 2 hours): You will leave Union Square and get closer to the famous Golden Gate Bridge on your bikes. On the way you can admire the northern part of the city and its various piers and monuments such as Alcatraz, Fisherman’s Wharf, Crissy Fields, the Presidio and finally the Golden Gate Bridge and its architecture that defies gravity!

6. Union Square to Sausalito (10 mile / 2 to 3 hours): From the very modern city centre of San Francisco to the former fishing village of Sausalito, this dynamic cycling tour will take you across the majestic Golden Gate Bridge. You will also discover during this tour several places well known of the inhabitants such as Chinatown, Coit Tower, Fisherman’s Wharf, Maritime National Historical Park, Alcatraz Island, the Palace of fine arts theatre, Crissy Field and its impressive view on the Golden Gate Bridge, Torpedo Wharf, Presidio, the vistas points which is on both sides of the bridge as well as Sausalito its view and the floating houses. This tour is one of the longest but also one of the most interesting to do!

7. Union Square to Golden Gate Park (5 mile / 1 to 2 hours): This bike ride will guide you from downtown San Francisco to the sumptuous Golden Gate Park. You will pass by the Cable Car Terminal, San Francisco City Hall, Golden Gate Avenue, and the famous Painted Ladies!

8. San Francisco Zoo to Lands End Park Trail (5 mile / 1 to 2 hours): To pedal while breathing the iodized air of the Pacific Ocean, without ever losing sight of the waves from the beginning to the end of the ride. Start from the San Francisco Zoo and follow the beach on the bike path. The road is flat until Balbao Street. Then you have 1 mile to go to Lands End Park with, below, the ruins of the Sutro Baths, the largest aquatic complex of the late 19th century. You will then arrive at the USS San Francisco Memorial, then Eastern Coastal Trail Overlook, and finally Lands End!

9. Alamo Square to Ocean Beach (5 mile / 1 to 2 hours): To the ocean! This bike ride past the famous Painted Ladies of San Francisco and across the Golden Gate will guide you straight to the Pacific Ocean and the fine sand of Ocean Beach!

10. Union Square to Twin Peaks (5 mile / 1 to 2 hours): The bike ride starts in the center of San Francisco to the Twin Peaks Hills, it is a short but intense ride as it takes you to the 918 feet high peak. This is one of the bike tours, which should be definitely not missed because the Twin Peaks offers a 360-degree view of all the city’s neighborhoods from above. Day or night, it is an impressive landscape that will enchant you!

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Everybody in New York speaks about: THE DUCK

Swarms of New York City locals, tourists and bird watchers have gathered at the shores of a Central Park pond since a mandarin duck was spotted there. The duck, which is native to East Asia, was first spotted on October 10.

Observers have crowded the shores of Central Park’s pond, hoping to get a glimpse of the colorful plumage and striking beak that sets the mandarin duck apart from your average mallard, and inspired its nickname, “hot duck” or “Mr. Mandarin”.

Mr. Mandarin disappeared for 2 weeks but then fortunately surfaced again. Normally this kind of ducks are found in China or Japan and not in the US, so how is this possible that Mr. Mandarin is in New York? Who knows. Also reports say that it didn’t come from any of New York’s four major zoos. So no matter where the hot duck comes from, we think it is very nice to look at.

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Central Park Picnic!

Let’s be honest. The Central Park is the perfect spot for a picnic in the beautiful nature. You can watch the different animals playing around, the insane beautiful landscape, the numerous skyscrapers and you also have the unique Central Park atmosphere. And that’s exactly why Unlimited Biking offers a combination of biking and picnic. PERFECT!

First you can explore the whole Park with your Cannondale bike. It’s the perfect way to take a photo journey through Central Park and its sights. And after that a delicious picnic is waiting for you and your loved ones. The ever-wonderful Central Park Picnic is a perfect addition to any adventure, with the beautiful spreads that are an Instagrammer’s dream! Starting with our Central Park Picnic boxes and available for customization with a full spread. Mangia, a farm-to-table eatery serving rustic Italian fare, freshly prepares each of our picnic boxes.

It’s a fun way to picnic in style like a New Yorker! So what are you waiting for? Book your bike and picnic here: https://centralparksightseeing.com/category-tours/picnics-and-dining/

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Bike tour along the Hudson River with Viktor Crazy

It’s Tuesday the 30th of October, one day before Halloween. That means the streets are full with Halloween decorations and stuff like this. Also the weather is very good these days. So we decided to do a bike tour along the Hudson River. But this shouldn’t be a normal bike tour – this should be a crazy one. Why? Because we’re going to meet Viktor Crazy for the tour. Viktor is a Youtuber and the godfather of pranks – therefore we’re very excited. We meet us at 1 PM at our store location 346 West 57th Street.

If you want to check our other stores: https://www.unlimitedbiking.com/new-york/location/ 

We take the bike and ride to the Greenway along the Hudson River. We speak with Viktor about his life as a Youtuber and what he wants to do next. He says that he started 3 years ago with his Youtube Channel and the beginning was very hard. Sometimes you have to fall a few times before you succeed in the end. At the end of November he is going to live in LA, because he hates the cold.

Our route lead us to the Battery Park in the South. From here you can see the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The view is incredible. We take a break there and enjoy the sun before we bike back to our store.

It was really a funny and interesting at the same time. We had a lot of fun with Viktor and he decided to take our bike for a few more days. If you also like to rent a bike, click on the link:

And at the end, we wish you all:
HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

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Unlimited Biking: The perfect FUN for the whole family

Biking is much more than just a hobby. It’s a lot of fun for young and old, especially in the green heart of Manhattan: the Central Park.
The squirrels are jigging around, people enjoying the the sun on a park bench or on the rocks and the whole mood is just cheerful. So the best thing to do is to take a bike and enjoy this atmosphere in the Central Park with the whole family. And where can you get a bike for every family member as well as a helmet and necessary things like that?
Yes, right from Unlimited Biking.

We from Unlimited Biking offers you womens and mens bikes as well as kids bikes. We also have baby seats and double trailers for the little ones. So we have a bike for every size and age and nothing can go wrong on your family bike tour.

For the equipment we supply:

  • helmets
  • full color maps with key attractions
  • baskets
  • bike locks

All provided free of charge with every rental. You need only provide the desire to explore! We offer everything you need to make your exploration of Central Park successful and memorable. Additionally, our knowledgeable staff can provide you with specific routes based on your personal needs and desires. And if you want to try something new, we also offer tandems. It is a great fun and you have to work together as a team, so maybe you should also try to ride a tandem with your loves.
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Improve your bike safety! Ride with Unlimited Biking!?

Cycling remains a dangerous sport if you do not take the necessary safety measures. Several kilometres of bicycle paths have been built to improve cyclists safety in major cities and in the countryside. However, there are not always cycle paths. And cyclists are not always well equipped. That is why all cyclists must be equipped in the best possible way to be able to ride without fear of an accident.

Good equipment is still essential:

  1. Wear a helmet as soon as you ride your bike! In the event of a fall, the helmet can save your life! The skull is very sensitive and can be damaged in an accident or a fall. The skull must therefore be more than just protected.
  2. Ride with your bike lock and lock your bike in a fixed place. (attach the bike lock to the frame).
  3. Avoid carrying a bag on your back while cycling. The backpack can destabilize you and make you fall. It is therefore important to have a small bicycle bag or basket directly attached to your bike.
  4. Equip your bike with a bell or an alert system to warn other vehicles or pedestrians.
  5. Check that the bike is well equipped with lights and/or reflectors when you are cycling at night. Always be visible!
  6. Choose a superior quality bike! Check tires, brakes, bicycle chain, gears and suspensions. Check that the mechanics of your bike are in good condition.

It is very important to ensure that all this equipment is working properly before starting to drive.

Some bicycle safety rules to be respected:

  • Respect signs and traffic lights,
  • Give way to pedestrians, vehicles and other cyclists at an intersection,
  • Do not drive on the highway,
  • Do not drive with headphones or a phone in your hand,
  • Stay in control of your vehicle,
  • Do not drive between two rows of moving vehicles,
  • Use the bicycle paths,
  • Keep a certain distance from other vehicles, especially in rainy weather,
  • Signal your intention to change lanes and only do so when the manoeuvre is possible,
  • Always be visible to cyclists, motorists and especially bus and truck drivers,
  • Brake gradually and not suddenly to avoid a collision,

Always keep in mind:

  • Be careful and careful, regardless of weather conditions. Be careful with vehicles, cyclists, pedestrians, animals, etc….
  • Feel free to look behind you and look to the sides before changing lanes,
  • Be predictable and try to anticipate the next actions of other vehicles,
  • Be as visible as possible,
  • Do not drive on sidewalks,
  • Do not drive near parked cars and sidewalks,
  • Take breaks during your travels,
  • Drink a lot of water when you do an intense sporting activity,
  • Make sure you are covered by your insurance,
  • Be courteous and kind,
  • Always have an emergency number and the police number with you at all times.
  • Stay focused and obey the traffic regulations.

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Améliorer votre sécurité à vélo !

Le vélo reste un sport dangereux si vous ne prenez pas les mesures de sécurité nécessaires. Plusieurs kilomètres de pistes cyclables ont été aménagées pour améliorer la sécurité des cyclistes dans les grandes villes ainsi qu’à la campagne. Cependant il n’y a pas toujours de pistes cyclables. Et les cyclistes ne sont pas toujours bien équipé. C’est pour cela que tous les cyclistes doivent être équipés de la meilleure façon possible pour pouvoir rouler sans craindre un accident.

Avoir un bon équipement reste indispensable:

  1. Portez un casque dès que vous êtes à vélo ! Lors d’une chute le casque peut vous sauver la vie ! Le crâne est très sensible et peut être endommagé lors d’un accident ou d’une chute. Le crâne doit donc être plus que protéger.
  2. Roulez avec votre cadenas et verrouillez votre vélo a un endroit fixe. (fixer le cadenas au niveau du cadre).
  3. Évitez de porter un sac sur votre dos pendant que vous êtes à vélo. Le sac à dos peut vous déstabiliser et vous faire chuter. Il est donc important d’avoir un petit sac à vélo ou un panier directement accroché sur votre vélo.
  4. Équipez votre vélo d’une sonnette ou d’un système d’alerte pour prévenir les autres véhicules ou piétons.
  5. Vérifiez que le vélo est bien équipé de lumières et ou de réflecteurs lorsque vous êtes à vélo la nuit. Soyez toujours visibles !
  6. Choisissez un vélo de qualité supérieure ! Vérifiez les pneus, freins, la chaîne du vélo, les engrenages et les suspensions. Vérifiez que la mécanique de votre vélo est en bonne état. Il est très important de s’assurer que tout cet équipement fonctionne correctement avant de commencer à rouler.

Quelques règles de sécurité à vélo à bien respecter :

  • Respectez les panneaux et les feux de signalisation,
  • Cédez le passage aux piétons, véhicules et autres cyclistes à une intersection,
  • Ne pas conduire sur l’autoroute,
  • Ne pas conduire avec des écouteurs ou avec un téléphone à la main,
  • Restez maître de votre véhicule,
  • Ne pas conduire entre deux rangées de véhicules en mouvement,
  • Utilisez les pistes cyclables,
  • Tenez-vous à une certaine distance des autres véhicules, surtout par temps de pluie,
  • Signalez votre intention de changer de voie et ne le faites que lorsque la manœuvre est possible,
  • Restez toujours visible à l’œil des cyclistes, automobilistes et surtout des conducteurs d’autobus et de camions,
  • Freinez progressivement et non pas brusquement pour éviter une collision,

Toujours garder à l’esprit :

  • Être prudent et faire attention, quelles que soit les conditions météorologiques. Faire attention aux véhicules, cyclistes, piétons, animaux, etc…
  • N’hésitez pas à regarder derrière vous et à regarder sur les côtés avant de changer de voie,
  • Soyez prévisible et essayez d’anticiper les prochaines actions des autres véhicules,
  • Être le plus visible possible,
  • Ne pas conduire sur les trottoirs,
  • Ne pas conduire à proximité des voitures garées et du trottoir,
  • Faire des pauses pendant vos trajets,
  • Hydratez vous bien lorsque vous faites une activités sportive intense,
  • Assurez vous d’être couvert par votre assurance,
  • Soyez courtois et aimable,
  • Ayez toujours un numéro d’urgence et le numéro de la police avec vous en tout temps.
  • Restez concentré et respectez le code de la route.

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Der neuste Schrei: ELEKTROFAHRRÄDER

Elektrofahrräder oder auch E-Bikes genannt sind gerade nicht mehr wegzudenken. Man sieht sie in allen Farben, Formen und Größen vorbei radeln und das auch noch ziemlich schnell. Denn Elektrofahrräder sind Räder mit Tretunterstützung. Ein kleiner Elektromotor schaltet sich automatisch ein, wenn die Pedale getreten werden. Doch wo liegt denn wirklich der Vorteil im Vergleich zu einem normalen Fahrrad? Wir haben für euch die drei stärksten Gründe für ein E-Bike aufgelistet.

Perfekt für Jedermann
Nicht nur für ältere Menschen, auch für Hobbysportler, Jugendliche und Kinder eignet sich das E-Bike perfekt. Für viele ist es ein nicht mehr wegzudenkendes Fortbewegungsmittel.

Es geht bergauf? Kein Problem!
Der Anstieg ist doch steiler als gedacht? Nicht der Rede wert, dafür gibt es den Elektromotor. Dieser unterstützt und hilft  jedes Hindernis oder auch steilere Anstiege zu bewältigen.

Eine umweltfreundliche Alternative zum Auto
Das Elektrobike eignet sich perfekt für kürzere Strecken, beispielsweise um schnell in die Stadt zu gelangen. In kürzester Zeit und mit wenig Anstrengung kann dabei fast jedes Ziel erreicht werden. Und das Beste? Es ist dazu noch eine umweltfreundliche Variante, denn E-Bikes produzieren keinerlei schädliche Abgase.

Ihr möchtet jetzt gerne ein E-Bike testen? Dann kommt in unseren Store und leiht euch einfach eines aus. Wir freuen uns auf Euch!

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Unlimited Biking: So much more than only a bike rental!

Everybody knows we love bikes and everything that has to do with bikes. But we offer much more than only bike rentals, our guided bike tours and our special bike tours! We are offering experiences! If you like to know more about it, read on!

We also offer horseback riding: YES it’s true you can go on a guided horseback riding tour with us.

It is a very unique and special tour, because nobody else offer such a experience. Our horses named Billy, Oscar, Juliet and Bourbon are always prepared for a tour through the beautiful Central Park. The tour leads you to the incredible Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir and many other gorgeous places! Join it to get the experience!

We also offer Rollerblades, so you can explore the beautiful Central Park by yourself on smaller wheels. With the Rollerblades you will be so much faster and it is also much more fun than just walking around. If you’re interested, we offer you everything you need for a safe and funny Rollerblade experience: a helmet, arm guards and knee pads. Let’s do this!

Book your blades now:
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And if all the activities above are too arduous for you and you just want a relaxing way to experience the Central Park, we also have the right for you: We definitely recommend a Pedicab tour!

Our guide will explain you everything about the history and the sights in the park. It is a relaxing tour through the park, where you can concentrate yourself on the atmosphere and the beautiful landscape of Central Park.
Book it now: https://centralparksightseeing.com/tours/central-park-pedicab-tour/

So if you want to try something new or a combination of bike tour and an offer above, we’re always the right contact for you.
See you in our stores!

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