Bike rentals give cyclists two or four hours to independently explore the Greenway Bike Path, the Brooklyn Bridge, and nearby attractions.
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About This Deal
Riding a bike through the city is a great way to feel the wind against your face, second only to marrying the wind and telling it, “I’ve waited so long for this.” Go for a ride with this voucher.
Choose from Four Options
- $7.63 for a two-hour bike rental (a $20 value)
- $12.58 for a four-hour bike rental (a $30 value)
- $14.26 for a two-hour rental of two bikes (a $40 value)
- $24.70 for a four-hour rental of two bikes (a $60 value)
- $38 for a day-pass for two (a $80 value)
- $75.05 for a day-pass for four (a $160 value)
Sightseers can rent a hybrid, mountain, tandem, or basic street bike to pedal over the Brooklyn Bridge or traverse the Greenway Bike Path, which skirts the Hudson River. Each rental includes a helmet, map, chain lock, and basket. Bikes can also be equipped with a baby trailer. Cyclists can plan their own routes with the provided map or ask bike staff to point them in the direction of landmarks. Bikes can be picked up downtown near the South Street Seaport.
About Unlimited Biking: Brooklyn Bridge Sightseeing
Amid the bustle of Manhattan's honking horns, hustling crowds, and non-stop traffic, Unlimited Biking: Brooklyn Bridge Sightseeing provides several avenues through which customers can take in the city at a much more leisurely pace. The staff rent out single and tandem bikes on which independent riders can explore the city, while friendly guides lead curated pedicab tours and walking tours of Central Park and nearby landmarks. Their popular horse and carriage tours provide a romantic option. During these excursions, the driver leads a horse-drawn carriage on a scenic jaunt past iconic New York City attractions that may include Central Park Zoo, Sheep Meadow, and the high-rise in which Oscar the Grouch secretly lives.