A bike tour through the Central Park during the fall

It’s getting colder here in Big Apple. A warm jacket, a cup of tea or coffee and gloves are a Must-Have for these days. But with the cold comes also the beautiful fall. The different colors of the leaves and the fresh cold air. Worth seeing!

What should you definitely do during the fall? I really recommend the Central Park during the fall or even better, I recommend a bike tour through the Central Park during this beautiful season. With the bike you can see the hole beauty of the Park.

The weather is really good these days. The sun is shining and the temperatures aren’t that cold. And it’s also really calm in the big Central Park area. The streets are almost empty and one can concentrate on the different sights and the insane colorful landscape.

On the picture above you can see my favorite spot here in the Central Park – the Harlem Meer. I really love the Central Park area in Harlem. It is so peaceful and there are usually only a few people walking with their dogs or enjoying the sun on a park bench. And the best thing is that you can get there really quickly by bike.

Cleopatra’s Needle is another popular sight and the name for each of three Ancient Egyptian obelisks re-erected in London, Paris and in New York City during the nineteenth century. The New York City needle was erected in Central Park on 22 February 1881. It was a gift from the Khedive for the United States remaining a friendly neutral as the European powers – France and Britain – maneuvered to secure political control of the Egyptian Government. You should know there is a interesting story behind every sight in Central Park.

At the end of my bike tour I actually had to take off my sweater, because of the warm weather and also because of my bike route. You shouldn’t underestimate the distance. It’s an up and down all the time. But with all the sights and the awesome spots one completely forget the distance. Here you can see the Rock with a view. And it’s really true – the view is gorgeous with all the high rise buildings and the lake.

At the end of my bike route I really can say that:

I FALL in love with Central Park!

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Fall in Love with New York City on a Bike

Whenever people fall in love with New York, it’s always for its diversity and vibrancy. There’s a reason why they call it the City That Never Sleeps. With new sights and attractions to see, the relentless pace alone is a rush like no other. If the thought of these endless possibilities puts you in a tailspin, then look no further – our bike rentals are the answer. There’s no better way to see New York City than by going on a bike ride through Manhattan – whether on a guided or self-guided tour!

Why grab a bike? Here are a number of great reasons:

It’s good for you

Women’s Health says cycling is one of the best cardio workouts out there, with plenty of cycling clubs popping up all over the country. So you don’t just get toned thighs and calves, you also have the opportunity to get together with like-minded people and have fun while getting healthy. It’s now a social activity, one you could share with your friends via a weekly or monthly bike ride to catch up while doing something great for your health.

It’s easier on you

Unlike other forms of exercises that could be hard on your knees, cycling gets your heart pumping and your legs moving all without putting too much stress on your joints. Running, for instance, takes a toll on your body. That’s why you get aches and sore muscles. Biking, though, is far less damaging. It’s a lower impact activity that keeps your muscles engaged so you won’t have to feel like you’re coming down with an injury.

It’s a great way to explore

A bike rental in the Hudson River area is just a great way to see New York. If you like to go sightseeing but don’t want to head over to the usual jaunts, this is a relaxing way to take in the city in a refreshing way. Embrace the rush of city-life from above by biking to the High Line to overlook the streets, head down to Chelsea Market and sample the delectable foods from fabulous shops, or be adventurous and head next door with your bike to hop on the ferry to New Jersey. Even with a bike, the exploratory possibilities are endless.

It’s fun

You could grab a bike and go at it on your own. Take your time, go at your own pace and stop wherever you see fit. Or join a group of friends and pick up bike rentals to travel along the Hudson River Greenway. That way, you’ll have a bike path to guide you along the waterfront and friends to talk to along the way.

It’s family friendly

You could bring along the kids for a bike ride, too! It’s a great way to give them a taste of adventure and make them feel like they’re flying down the street. It’s a fond memory they’re sure to keep coming back to time and time again, especially if you make a stop at the nearby Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, Discovery Times Square on 44th Street, or even bike down to Chelsea Piers for some rock-climbing, batting cages and bowling.

Just take the initiative to get on a bike and see where you end up. For rentals, contact us by phone at Hudson River Sightseeing Bike Rental, or www.HudsonRiverSightseeing.com.