Harlem Bike Tour
Explore Harlem and Central Park by bike. Experience the iconic areas, rich in history and culture, at your own pace with a personal bike rental, available for a variety of durations. Come explore upper Manhattan on two wheels. Visit areas such as Manhattan’s Harlem region, climb uphill from the many iconic churches near the Columbia University campus up to the Croton Aqueduct Gate House, then on toward Strivers Row, where many iconic personalities still live. From some of the higher elevation points, many of the most famous New York buildings are visible.
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Harlem Bike Tour
Along the way, you’ll also get to see the historic Hamilton Heights district, including the Hamilton Grange House, which was physically moved and relocated three separate times. Travel past the famous Schomburg Library, see the Harriet Tubman statue and, finally, the Malcolm X Mosque. Then, we return to Central Park North. Remember to bring your camera: there will be fantastic views of Central Park from these higher locations and the historic architecture is beautiful.
- Tour Harlem and Central Park by high-quality Cannondale bike
- Choose between hybrid bikes, tandems, baby seats, double trailers, and more
- Visit the Apollo Theatre, Croton Aqueduct Gate House, Strivers Row, Hamilton Grange House, the Harriet Tubman Statue, and Malcolm X Mosque
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What’s Not Included
Know Before You Go
- Please arrive at the meeting point at 111 West 110th Street
- Please bring your ID and credit card
- Please dress comfortably
- Baby seats for infants, double trailers for toddlers, and tag-a-long attachments for young children are available at an additional cost upon request. Children must be at least one year of age to ride in the baby seat
- No customer under the age of 18 will be given a bike without an adult over the age of 18 present
What To Bring
- Passport or ID card
- Credit card
- Wear Comfortable shoes and clothes
- Rain coats for rainy seasons
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