Five Best Locations to Bike in New York City

Even New Yorkers who were born and raised in the concrete jungle will admit that sometimes they, too, feel like tourists in their own city. Every corner turned reveals endless possibilities — broadway-worthy street performers, five-star quality meals compacted into tiny food trucks, unique characters that you wouldn’t believe existed unless you saw them for yourself. Walking through New York is an adventure in itself. Now imagine how the possibilities multiply when a bike is involved! Many neighborhoods in New York are extremely bike-friendly, even having their own designated lanes. We compiled a list of some of the best biking spots in New York City that both expert riders and beginners could enjoy.

1.) Hudson River Greenway

We want to start off this list with the one, the only, Hudson River. This 11-mile bike route is one of the most popular biking destinations in New York, and with good reason. The scenic landscape over the glistening river waters creates a spectacular juxtaposition alongside the iconic city skyscrapers. This location is greatly enjoyed and preferred by beginner riders since the entire trail has a designated bike path, meaning you will not ride on the street or encounter any cars along the way. The bike trail includes a two-lane path, allowing cyclers to ride back and forth as they please. A must-see along the Hudson River Greenway is Riverside Park, one of New York City’s most notable waterfront parks. This park is great for instagram-worthy photoshoots, soaking in the sun and taking in the magnificent view from all angles. We also encourage our travelers to visit the Intrepid Museum located right on the water of the Hudson River. This fascinating museum holds some of the most historically substantial American military and maritime artifacts and exhibitions.

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2.) Battery Park

The entire 11-mile Hudson River Greenway bike route may be overwhelming to beginner travelers. It is nearly impossible to take in all of the attractions at once so, we recommend our travelers to split up the route over a two-day span. Battery Park is located at the southern tip of the Hudson River Greenway and offers its own day’s worth of adventure. There are many stops along the bike route that we highly recommend seeing such as the Highline, Statue of Liberty and the Wall Street bull!

 

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3.) Central Park

Central Park is a no-brainer destination in New York City, on bike or foot. With a 6-mile perimeter around the park, there is plenty to see and do. Lay in the green lawn of Sheep Meadow while taking in the breathtaking landscape of the surrounding city. A short trip away leads you to the remarkable architecture of the Bethesda Terrace which lies parallel to the Bethesda Fountain, a popular location for wedding shoots, graduation pictures and various movie scenes! Joining one of our Central Park Guided Bike Tours is a great way to learn about all of the famous landmarks hidden away in the tremendous park. You will be able to see all of the major sightseeing points in the park as well as other hidden gems, all led by one of our beloved local guides. 

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4.) Brooklyn Bridge

The Brooklyn Bridge is one of the most popular biking routes we offer at Unlimited Biking. The must-see scenery overlooks the East River and the city landscape, making it a highlight spot for photos. The bridge connects Manhattan and Brooklyn so you can explore both boroughs in just a few hours. With a distance of a little over one mile, the Brooklyn Bridge bike route is perfect for beginners. After riding the Brooklyn Bridge, make sure to explore the neighborhood of Dumbo full of unique art galleries, delicious NYC style pizza, and incredible architecture.

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5.) South Street Seaport

Last, but certainly not least, is the South Street Seaport district along the East river of lower Manhattan. The Seaport district is a buzzing hub that highlights New York City’s vast culture, but also commemorates the area’s significant and fascinating history. Enjoy the sight of some of the oldest architecture in downtown Manhattan, an astonishing view of the Brooklyn Bridge and a leisurely ride along the bike lane on the boardwalk. As a central point for entertainment, shopping, and cuisine, South Street Seaport is definitely not a destination you want to miss!

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Facts about the Golden Gate Bridge

Today we would like to present you some interesting facts about one of the most famous bridges in the world – the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. It’s not a secret anymore, our new store in San Francisco is open and that’s why you should know a few interesting facts before you cycle the bridge. Let’s start.

1993 was the year in which the construction finally began: After a long time of setbacks and fundraising, Strauss and his team finally broke ground on the bridge on January 5, 1933. It was a big event with a parade to Crissy Field. At least 100,000 people attended the celebration.

And we also found out that the Golden Gate Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge in New York have something in common. Its cables were made by the same company that built the Brooklyn Bridge. Strauss needed cables that would be strong enough to support the structure of the bridge and bend 27 feet laterally in the Gate’s high winds. So he turned to the experts: Roebling’s Sons Co. – they made the cables for the Brooklyn Bridge 52 years earlier and knew exactly what to do.

Safety was super important! Strauss spent a ton of money on safety. On average one person was killed per million dollar spent on a big project. But Strauss wanted to beat those numbers and wanted all workers to wear glare free goggles, use hand and face cream to protect the skin from the high winds and go on special diets that should fend off dizziness. They also installed a net under the bridge that cost $130,000. It helped to speed constructions and gave the workers a feeling of safety. The net was an awesome idea, it saved 19 men who otherwise would have plummeted into to water below.

The colors of the bridge should be original carbon gray, aluminium or black and the U.S. Navy wanted black with yellow stripes. But at the end Irving Morrow (Consulting architect and responsible for the bridge’s Art Deco look) didn’t want any of those colors. Of course, the bridge was instead painted international orange, because it fits in better with the surroundings and it offers excellent visibility in San Francisco’s legendary fog.

After 4 years of contractions the opening was big. The people celebrate it for a whole week. The Golden Gate Bridge Fiesta lasted from May 27 to June 2. Opening day was “Pedestrian Day” and 15,000 people an hour went through the turnstiles, each paying 25 cents to cross. Vendors set up along the roadway sold an estimated 50,000 Hot Dogs. At noon on May 28, FDR pressed a telegraph key in the White House that announced the bridge’s opening to the entire world, and at 3 p.m. a fleet of 42 Navy ships sailed under the bridge; the day was capped off by a fireworks display at 10 p.m.

And now the question is how much weighs such a bridge? When the bridge opened in 1937, the weight of the bridge along with its anchorages and approaches was 894, 500 tons. Re-decking in 1986 reduced the total weight to 887,000 tons.

Now you have all the background information and you’re ready to bike the Golden Gate Bridge with Unlimited Biking.

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San Francisco: Tips to cycle in San Fran

San Francisco is home to a little bit of everything. Whether you’re a first time visitor or a long-time local, San Francisco’s Golden Gates welcome all. The best way to see San Francisco’s best side is to use a bike. Truly. With the huge bike culture and bike lances criss-crossing every neighborhood, it’s by far the greatest and most fun way to commute. And now you get all the tips you should know before biking in SF.

First of all you should definitely know the rules on the road. Stop at stop signs and lights, yield to pedestrians, front and rear lights required at night, sidewalks are for pedestrians and kids on bikes and you can ride in the middle of a lane if you need to.

A good lock is everything. If you’d like to discover SF with your bike you really need a good bike lock, because bike theft is prevalent in SF. Cut down your chances by getting a solid U-lock. And don’t forget: Always lock your bike to the frame, not to the wheel. Nothing worse than seeing a well-locked wheel sitting frameless on the sidewalk.

Be Mindful. Locals love that visitor appreciate the City by the Bay and all its various delights. But local cyclists, don’t love the fact that tourists on the bikes are often guilty of stopping in the bike lanes to snap photos. Especially around popular spots like the Golden Gate Bridge. So always remember to pull aside and stay right if you’re on a sightseeing ride and want to take pictures. Don’t stop too abrupt.

Let’s talk about public transport. All riders can bring their bikes on the MUNI buses, BART subway trains and Caltrains. Bikes are not allowed on the MUNI Light Rail, the historic streetcars or the cable cars.

The helmet discussion. Based on the slogan “helmet hair, don’t care!” you should always wear a helmet. While California laws mandate that only people under 18 must wear a helmet at all times, it is highly recommended that every rider does.

Now you know all the tips. And with a little pre-ride planning and attention to basic rules, cycling in San Francisco can be the best way to explore this beautiful city with its iconic spots! 

 

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Best Group Tour Activities in NYC

Have you ever wondered what some of the best things to do in NYC are? Are you always looking for new activities to experience with a group? Well, then keep reading!

Even if you’ve been to Brooklyn, there’s a good chance you’ve never seen it the way a local knows it. There are so many hidden treasures to discover, Jane’s Carousel to re-imagine your youth, Bushwick to explore the unparalleled artistic talents of hipsters, and a view of the Manhattan skyline like you’ve never seen. This is really only touching on the unique gems that you stumble upon during Get Up and Ride’s Brooklyn Waterfront Bike Tour, but it’s worth an adventure to rediscover an ever-changing borough! www.GetUpandRide.com

If you’re the type of person who enjoys art, history, maybe a bit of Renaissance romanticism, but with a jolt of reality, then Museum Hack’s Un-Highlight tours of local institutions are most definitely for you. Described as “not-your-grandma’s museum tour,” this two-hour adventure through the decorated halls of The Met and the American Museum of Natural History are not to be missed! With options to plan this as a small group affair, or as a Private Guided Tour, it’s one for the history books! www.MuseumHack.com

Or if you’re looking for something a bit more active and energizing, with a touch whimsy, packed with pop culture nuances, and a dash of humor to round it all out, then Unlimited Biking’s customized touring adventures are just your cup of tea! With heart-warming, funny and fun-fact-filled guides who know more about this city than the locals, it’s sure to be a memorable experience for everyone. And if you’re looking for a tour of the trendiest local Brooklyn eateries, of the storied architecture of yester-year, or even a combination of a hipster honey-bee co-op, a re-purposed Naval Yard, and local street artists – UB is happy to customize, so you can just enjoy and be amazed. www.UnlimitedBiking.com

Let’s not forget to eat! Along with Unlimited Biking’s wonderfully customized Guided Bike Tours, they also pair a lovely picnic spread that nourishes every Instagrammer’s hunger for a competitive feed! From full Ride ‘n’ Rose spreads to more subtle nods at a Hamptons style soiree, they do it all and then some, taking care of everything from start to finish. All you need to do is book, arrive, enjoy! And I hasten to mention that the spread is delicious, in addition to gorgeous – don’t forget to snap a few photos for your feed before you devour the food! www.UnlimitedBiking.com

For an adventure that’s sure to please, try a local scavenger hunt in your neck of the woods. With cityHUNT’s many neighborhood locales, you can try your luck at an adventure in your own backyard, or discover a new area to explore. A fantastic way to promote team-building, you’ll learn all about the local culture, and discover some fun facts along the way! Or feel good while doing good and participate in a scavenger hunt for charity – either way you’re sure to have a memorable adventure! www.cityHUNT.com

Kick it up a notch, and jump up on the energy scale to a jam-packed tour featuring local restaurants that started revolutions, secret alleyway meetings that led to the destruction of dynasties, and how tropical fruits alongside a fabulous hotel transformed a neighborhood! Not for the faint of heart, or for those without some serious pedal power, Bike the Big Apple’s guided neighborhood tours are a fantastic workout paired with an eye-opening adventure. www.BiketheBigApple.com

And if none of the above tickle your fancy, there’s always a walk through the streets of Manhattan, where you’re sure to discover some interesting sights and craziness along the way! 

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The best hot chocolate in NYC

It’s getting colder outside, but of course you’d still like to go out and take in the beautiful sights of NYC. A wonderful season for our guided bike tours and bike rentals. It’s a completely new experience to bike through the snow, especially in the beautiful Central Park. You should definitely check this out! The perfect accompaniment to those sights and the sport are cups of delicious hot chocolate! We listed the locations where you get the best hot chocolates in New York City.

Grom, 1796 Broadway, 212-974-3444, Midtown West: The gianduja-flavored hot chocolate at Grom tastes like liquid Nutella. Best known for their gelato, this eatery makes a fantastic cocoa for those too chilly to have some frozen dessert. With both dark and milk chocolate versions, Grom is sure to please with milk, cream, Venezuelan and Colombian chocolates.

Jacques Torres, 285 Amsterdam Ave., 212-787-3256, Upper West Side, Rockefeller Center, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, 212-664-1804, Midtown West: One of New York’s magic chocolatiers provides customers with some “wicked” hot chocolate with just a touch of ancho and chipotle peppers in addition to the classic style.

Serendipity 3, 225 E. 60th St., 212-838-3531, Upper East Side: Serendipity 3’s oxymoronic frozen hot chocolate has so many New Yorkers in awe. Is it even possible for a drink to be both frozen and hot? Just don’t think about the logic behind it too much and don’t down it too fast either – just enjoy!

The Russian Tea Room, 150 W. 57th St., 212-581-7100, Midtown West: Sure enough, the famed Russian Tea Room, home to such ornate decorations as a 20-foot-tall golden tree adorned with Venetian glass eggs – and whose menu features, for example, Golden Osetra caviar – offers its own “signature hot chocolate,” complete with whipped cream and marshmallows. The toasty, tasty treat is a relatively affordable way to get a foot in the door at one of the City’s fanciest eateries.

Max Brenner – Chocolate by the Bald Man, 841 Broadway, 646-467-8803, Union Square: Dessert tycoon Max Brenner (a fictional character who’s a composite of the venue’s two founders) serves hot chocolate in a specially designed “hug mug,” which encourages patrons to hold the drink with both hands for maximum comforting effect. The hot chocolate is available in milk, dark and white chocolate versions.

Cafe Lalo, 201 W 83rd Street, 212-496-6031, Upper West Side: Famous for its feature role in You’ve Got Mail, this go-to spot is on the map for its cakes, pies, tarts and of course hot chocolate! With a range of flavorful mix-ins or shots of alcohol to add in, Cafe Lalo’s hot cocoa is sure to warm your insides.

Voilà Chocolat, 221 W 79th Street, 212-920-8799, Upper West Side: A great spot to stop with the kids to decorate your own chocolate treats, Voilà Chocolat also offers a variety of flavors for adults and children alike. From their Classic Dark House Blend to a Daredevil Spiced or even an exotic Matcha Green Tea White Hot Chocolate to thrill the senses. Now they even offer a Pumpkin Spice White Hot Chocolate for those seasonal types.

Enjoy your bike ride or guided bike tour with Unlimited Biking and a hot chocolate afterwards! 

 

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Unlimited Biking: E-Biking is good for you! Boost Your Fitness Level!

Some people are not comfortable riding bikes or just do not like pedaling or doing any physical activity! A new study shows that the electric bike is very good for this type of person and to get back into shape gradually after several years without doing any sport! Electric biking greatly improves your fitness and cardiovascular fitness as you cycle.

Electric cycling is very good for the health and the volunteers who took part in this study realized it themselves! Having electric assistance on the bike has allowed them to return to a normal physical activity. This helps people who are overweight or lacking physical activity to slowly and gradually get back to the sport. Moreover it is a fun activity to share with friends or families to discover the surroundings and enjoy the fresh air. In addition, volunteers have lost weight and gain muscle with the help of electric bikes but they also improve their oxygen level and heart health!

Electric bicycles can increase motivation and help overweight people and seniors maintain regular physical training. Electric cycling regularly allows users to benefit permanently, not only in terms of fitness, but also in terms of blood pressure, less fat in the body and better mental well-being! Do not wait any longer and get on our latest electric bikes, available in our Unlimited Biking stores!

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Unlimited Biking: The best cycling clubs in New York City!

Here are the cycling clubs that you can join in New York City! Remember that if you do not have a bike you can rent it with Unlimited Biking to participate in different New York club events!

BIKE AND POLO at the same time, that’s all you need to remember!

Events and rides all year round for all types of cyclists! This club is really very interesting too if you are passionate and very active!

Perfect for racing and competition enthusiasts! Join this club if you want to go beyond your limits! A very serious and very friendly club.

A bike club for women who are very hospitable and also committed!

Fast and Fab at all times, this gay cycling club welcomes you with open arms throughout the year with several events!

A 30-year-old not-for-profit direct-action environmental organization, they are really engaged and eco-friendly, they use events and educational programs to promote a more sustainable planet.

An active cyclist group gathering all types of people passionate about the world of cycling!

A club of people really interested and in love for this fabulous sport that is cycling! If you are like them and you live in New York join them!

Formed in 2007, this club as only one goal serve the needs of the bicycle racing community in the state of New York. It is a club rather oriented sports and cycling competition, it will be perfect for semi pro and professional cyclists!

A large number of members and rides or events throughout the year for a beautiful and large community of cyclists!

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Fitness Biking: The best cycling equipment!

Of course the equipment is not everything but if you are a very good cyclist you need the best equipment on the market! Here for us the best equipment that exists today.

First of all: THE BIKE! 

CANNONDALE
We only recommend Cannondale bikes because they are the best bikes you can get on the market! Cannondale is a brand recognized by cycling professionals, that’s why we use and rent only this brand of bike in our stores.

To protect your head: THE HELMET!

LUMOS
Lumos helmet with integrated light system protect your head but let you also to turn on the road safely! It prevent cars with the light system behind the helmet!

To protect your eyes: THE SUNGLASSES!

SOLOS
Solos Smart Glasses with real time stats about your actual ride! Put on your glasses and discover a whole new way of seeing cycling.

Drink enough: THE BACKPACK!

K.U.D.U.™ PROTECTOR 10.
This mountain biking backpack is really lightweight and can bring you up to 100 oz / 3 liters of water! Perfect for long bike rides on the road or in the mountains!

Protect yourself from the elements: CLOTHING!

Castelli Estremo Gloves
This gloves can resist very low temperature (up to 20°F) . They are perfect for the winter season and they will also protect you in case of a fall!

GORE® C7 GORE-TEX SHAKEDRY™ Stretch Jacket.
Gore-Tex jacket that can resist rain and wind. It will keep you dry and protect you from strong winds during your outdoor training sessions!

Are you looking for high tech gadgets for your bike and yourself? Read this article to learn more!

The best high tech gadgets for riders!

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Competition: The World’s Greatest Cycling Races!

Do you have the taste of competition and challenges? You want to go beyond your limits and participate in the best races in the world? Here are the most famous bike races but also the hardest on earth! Enjoy the ride!

The first race was created in 1903, and now this is one of the most famous multi-stage race in the world! The race is covering more than 3,500 kilometers over 23 days!

Or how to pedal 100 passes in 10 days in the French mountains! This race is reputed to be one of the most physical and hardest in the world! She is well known in Europe and will satisfy fans of strong sensation and professional cyclists!

The first race was held in 1982, and today this is one of the longest annual endurance events in the world! This is an ultra-distance road cycling race held across the United States! Before riding your bike through the states on the 3000 miles your have to prove your abilities by qualifying in other events! The race is divided into individual daily stages spread over the course of about 3 weeks.

On the first Sunday in May, 32,000 cyclists of all skill levels come from around the world to roll through every borough of New York City on streets totally free of cars. For one day, the roads are yours, the bridges are yours, the City is yours, there’s no better way to experience the Big Apple!

The Giro d’Italia or Tour of Italy is a multiple-stage bicycle race held in Italy from May to June during 23 days! The first race was created in 1909, since then the Giro gained prominence and popularity and the race was lengthened, the peloton expanded from primarily Italian participation to riders from all over the world.

The first race was created in 2006 and today it contains 8 days of racing over 700 miles! The Tour of California is a famous cycling race held in the west coast of united states in California! The race is sponsored by a California-based biotechnology company called Amgen.

Located in the stunning California Alps, the course covers the traditional five mountain passes that represent 129 miles and 15,000+ feet of road climbing. This race is recognized as one of the premier cycling events in the West, and this challenging course includes climbing both sides of Monitor Pass, both sides of Ebbetts Pass, and the final climb up the east side of Carson Pass. Cyclists will register and finish at Turtle Rock Park, located two miles north of Markleeville, CA.

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The best New York bike races with Unlimited Biking!

Do you have the taste of competition and challenges? You want to go beyond your limits and participate in the best races in New York? Here are the best races in the city! Enjoy the ride!

On the first Sunday in May, 32,000 cyclists of all skill levels come from around the world to roll through every borough of New York City on streets totally free of cars. For one day, the roads are yours, the bridges are yours, the City is yours, there’s no better way to experience the Big Apple!

Centered around the Walkway Over the Hudson, the world’s longest footbridge, this ride is all about discovery. For some, that means taking it easy on one of the shorter routes and simply enjoying the gorgeous scenery of Ulster and Dutchess counties. For others, it means discovering what you’re capable of.

It started as a grassroots race production company out of Syracuse, NY in 1983 and is now the longest-running triathlon organization in the Northeast.

Named after the famed Navesink Twin Lights up the hill from Huddy Park in Highlands, New Jersey, this ride showcases the best of the Garden State. This event has been a favorite of local cyclists, New Yorkers, and visitors from around the country for over a decade.

A glorious cycling event to benefit the Autism Science Foundation.

This is a challenging or relaxing race, as you choose to make it, but always fun and rewarding. No matter which route you choose, you will be fully supported by experienced course marshals and bike mechanics along the route!

Choose 10, 30, or 50 miles that will take you through some beautiful parts of Franklin Township and Somerset counties riding along the historic parts of the Delaware Camp; Raritan Canal into Rocky Hill one of the oldest towns in New Jersey.

Since 1994, the New York Cycle Club has opened its arms to the local cycling community by hosting Escape New York. Ride the George Washington Bridge to explore the beauty and history just across the Hudson River.

This charity ride takes cyclists on an adventure on the largest and longest island in the United States, Long Island. Riders enjoy three incredible days of fully-supported cycling.

This ride will take you farther than you’ve ever gone before. 2-days event, with route options for all cycling abilities from 25-180 miles, will take you through the flat terrain and back roads of South Jersey to the blueberry fields of Hammonton.

A glorious cycling event to benefit the Autism Science Foundation. The Wall Street community is joining together to take a stand for this important cause.

30 miles route around Manhattan completely traffic free! A unique experience!

The Bronx Tourism Council as a means to promote a healthier lifestyle, an alternate mode of transportation and a way to tour the burgeoning neighborhoods, scenic waterfronts and greenways of the borough. Throughout the years, the event has grown exponentially and is regarded as the largest free cycling event in New York State.

Raising essential funds to support HICCC, you’re fueling the doctors, researchers, and patients in their quest to end cancer. We’re riding to the end of cancer at Columbia. We’re proving the power of Velocity.

If you’ve participated in the Tour before, you know how exciting it is to get your medals and trophies not to mention your chance to win a new bicycle!

The challenging and competitive 100-mile Gran Fondo course from New York City to Bear Mountain and back is an experience for anyone from elite amateur to first time finisher.

Minutes from NYC, come escape for a weekend-get-away and visit Elizabeth, New Jersey! Join over 1,000 participants and enjoy riding through the 15 mile bike ride!

Cyclists of all ages are invited to register online, create and customize their personal fundraising page, and collect donations from friends and family. For the more serious cyclists, the event offers 10, 25 and 62.5 mile routes through the scenic roads of Bergen County.

A glorious cycling event to benefit the Autism Science Foundation.

Ride 25-40 miles long Brooklyn’s waterfront from Greenpoint to Riis Park Beach! Discover hidden and far-flung neighborhoods, pedal through the city, state and national parks and take in spectacular bridge and city views along the Brooklyn Waterfront and Jamaica Bay Greenways.

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