Private Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour
Explore lower Manhattan, the Financial District, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Brooklyn Waterfront with this comprehensive, but leisurely guided bike tour. Enjoy an intimate and custom experience that caters to your group and what you guys want to see, the way that you want to see it! Choose between 2-4 hours, the time that you would like to go, and any special requests that you may have!
About this activity
- Duration 2 hours
- Availability Starting time: Custom time
- Languages English
- Departure Point 38 Park Row New York, NY, 10038
- No cancellation fees if cancelled 24 hours prior to tour date.
- Cycle uphill into the City Hall district to see the monolithic city from above
- Cruise along the Brooklyn Bridge, stopping at the tower for some great photos
- Spot the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Staten Island, and the port of Brooklyn
- Bike by the Financial District and the historic houses of Brooklyn Heights
- Return to Manhattan over the Brooklyn Bridge and along the South Street Seaport
See some of New York City’s most famous sights while working up a sweat on this exciting sightseeing bike tour. Start the day with an uphill cycle to the City Hall district of Manhattan, and continue across the beautiful Brooklyn Bridge, climbing steadily uphill for approximately 15 minutes.
This private guided bike tour creates an intimate experience that is catered towards the group and what they want to see and do! Interested in fun, historical facts, movie references, hidden areas? Our knowledgeable guides are there to answer any questions and give you the best inside tips and secrets that most tourists do not know.
Stop for a rest at the Brooklyn-side tower of the bridge for some spectacular photos of the Manhattan skyline. From 50 meters high, you’ll be treated to unparallel panoramas of the city, so don’t forget to bring your camera! After you’ve spotted the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Staten Island, as well as port of Brooklyn, continue your tour descending into Brooklyn and riding past the historic houses of Brooklyn Heights. As you return over the bridge, passing the South Street Seaport, stop to take some more photos, taking advantage of the amazing views in all directions from the top of the Brooklyn Bridge.
- Bike tour with licensed New York City tour guide
- Bike Rental
- Basket/Bike Bag
- Illustrated Map
Prepare for the activity
Please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes before the activity starts 38 Park Row, between Beekman and Park Row.
What to bring
- Passport or ID card
- Credit card
Know before you go
- Please note, all guests must be able to ride their own bike.
- Group size of maximum 15 people
- Please note, attachments such as double trailers and tag-a-long bikes are not permitted on the tour for the safety reasons.
- Please note, no customer under the age of 18 will be given a bike without an adult over the age of 18 present.
- All staff and guests entering the store will be required to wear a face mask or face covering.
- All staff will be wearing gloves when handling equipment.
- All bikes and equipment are sprayed down before and after each use.
- There is a limit of guests allowed into each location at one time, dependent on the space.
Review of: Private Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour
This was the first time my husband and I visited the Brooklyn brige. The bike tour exceeded ours expectations. Out tour guide Eddie was very polite and gave us historical details about the Manhattan & Brooklyn bridges as well as the Dumbo neighborhood. Eddie had the patience to take pictures of us (and the rest of the group) in the best spots. The weather was awesome (sunny and no wind) which contributed for our perfect morning. Thanks Eddie and Unlimited biking!
Review of: Private Brooklyn Bridge Bike Tour
My wife and I did the Brooklyn Bridge bike tour, guided by Eddie. It was a fantastic experience and afforded wonderful views, with plenty of stops for photo opportunities. Our guide was extremely knowledgeable and friendly, making this ride an absolute joy. Don't be afraid if you're not super-fit ... the ride goes at an easy pace, and there are just a handful of fairly gentle climbs to get up over the bridges. The vast majority of this trip is on dedicated cycle paths or lanes, with just a few short sections shared with traffic on quiet roads. The experience was so good that we're thinking of altering our planned itinerary this week to take in another of Unlimited Biking's tours.