This is the perfect way to see lower Manhattan. Join our Brooklyn Bridge Bike Rentals tour and discover Lower Manhattan on your own!
• Several choices
• High-quality NEW bikes
• FREE equipments
Biking is the perfect way to see Lower Manhattan. The area is rich in architectural, historical and cultural beauty.
Brooklyn Bridge Sightseeing is an excellent choice for your next adventure. We make your sightseeing easier by providing a map, a helmet, a chain-lock and a basket, all free to use with your rental.
Brooklyn Bridge Sightseeing presents variety of high-quality bikes: comfort, hybrid, tandem and child bikes. We also rent baby seats and children’s trailers.
So pack a snack, grab a bottle of water and burn some calories!
With this fully customizable bike rental, you can avoid the constraints of a group tour and explore Manhattan and Brooklyn at your own pace instead. Traveling by bike allows you to see more attractions than you could if you were walking, and you can take in sights like the Brooklyn Bridge’s views of the Manhattan skyline.
Additionally, the availability of a variety of rental options allows you to customize your trip to fit your schedule and interests.
- Bike through Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn with this flexible bike rental
- Traveling by bike lets you maximize your time and avoid waiting in traffic
- Choose your style of transport: comfort, hybrid, mountain, and children’s bikes available
- A helmet, map, basket, and lock are included for your convenience
Taking a bicycle tour of Manhattan provides the freedom to design your own itinerary and stop whenever and wherever you want, while also allowing you to cover a lot of ground quickly and efficiently. Pick up your bike, helmet, lock, and carrying basket from the rental station, which is located near the South Street Seaport in lower Manhattan.
Choose from a variety of hybrid, comfort, mountain, and children’s bicycles to suit your family’s needs and riding preferences. Take advantage of a free city map and the advice of the friendly rental staff before hopping on your bike and exploring the sights of lower Manhattan and the surrounding area.
Embark on a sightseeing excursion through diverse neighborhoods such as Wall Street, Little Italy, and Chinatown, as well as nearby attractions such as Battery Park and One World Trade Center’s Freedom Tower. The urban landscape of the East River and the Hudson River can be seen from either side of Manhattan by taking a ride along either side of the island.
When you bike across the Brooklyn Bridge, you’ll be treated to spectacular views of the Manhattan skyline. Continue your exploration of this vibrant borough by visiting places such as Brooklyn Bridge Park, the historic Dumbo neighborhood that surrounds the bridge, and Brooklyn Heights.
It is possible to rent a bike for a period of time ranging from one hour to up to 24 hours. Bike rentals in Manhattan are extremely popular and frequently sell out, so make a reservation in advance to ensure you get to enjoy your Big Apple bicycle adventure.
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