Bike Rental NYC
BikeRent.NYC and Brooklyn Bridge Bike Rent are the most popular New York City bicycle rental service, and bike New York tour. Highly recommended by the New York City Visitors and Convention Bureau. Serving many thousands of satisfied customers each year. The best bikes and routes, and the most fun, organized and informative NYC bike tours.
Rent bicycles near the Brooklyn Bridge and see more of New York City. Depart from 145 Nassau Street in Downtown NYC, visit the World Trade Center and 911 Memorial and Museum, the South Street Seaport, see the Statue of Liberty on the Staten Island Ferry, visit Wall Street and the iconic Bull, ride along Battery Park and stop at nearby Union Square and Washington Square Park, and many additional locations and attractions.
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Awesome Reviews of NYC Bike Rental Customers on Yelp.
I go to NYC annually. And I take the Central Park Bike Tour annually. This was my second time with Marcie and she ROCKED THIS TOUR! My sweetheart was wildly impressed with her delivery, wealth of knowledge and presentation. My point is she was always amazing but this time she knocked it out of the park. I love this company and I love how she impressed my somewhat particular boyfriend. THANK U MARCIE!!!
You need an ID to rent a bike. No big deal right? Unless you are me and your ID slips off of your clipboard – and through the grate in the sidewalk down in to the abyss. The bikes were in good shape, we didn’t have any problems. We returned the bikes and she was very kind again. 3 weeks later … from Central Park Bike Tours – my ID! … I thought a raving review for all the world to see would be more helpful. Thank you so much!
We got there for the 10 am ride on Sunday and we’re the only ones. So we got a personal tour with our own tour guide. Bikes were comfortable but did not have bottle holders. Brian, our tour guide, obviously enjoyed his job. Our tour was a 6 mile ride along some gentle pathways.
All in all it was a very enjoyable 2 hour ride through Central Park. Very low impact and perfect for kids. There is even a stop midway through at the historic bathroom facility.
I’d never done any “big city” biking and I’d never been on a ride as lengthy as 12 miles. However, I felt pretty confident the ride would be manageable as soon as our tour guide, Marcie, described the route, dedicated bike paths and frequent stops.
This single experience ended up being the highlight of my trip. I have never been able to squeeze in so many landmarks and fantastic historical, pop culture, and architectural factoids into one morning. The Trek comfort bikes also made for a super smooth ride.