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Bronx Greenway Ride via Van Cortlandt Park and Bronx River Greenway

Quick Details

eBike Rental (Ages 21+)
eBike Rental (Young Adult 18+)
Personal eBike (Use your own eBike. Must be able to handle tour mileage)

Explore the New Bronx Greenway

This tour is perfect for NY cyclists who want to explore the beautiful greenways of the Bronx. Navigating around the Bronx greenway network isn’t easy, but with this tour, we make riding these greenways fun and simple without looking at bike map.

The tour travels up the Westside Highway Greenway, through Washington Heights, and to the Broadway Bridge. Cross that bridge into the Bronx and ride on some traditional bike lanes until we get to Van Cortlandt Park, where we pick up another long greenway that takes us all the way to the Bronx River Parkway Greenway, where we head south towards Randall’s Island. Cross the Randall’s Island Connector footbridge onto the Island, where we travel on another greenway around the Island and find the 102nd street footbridge. We ride over that bridge into Manhattan and back to 75th street.

Decipher the maze that is the new Bronx Greenway system, and learn to navigate it like a pro!

Route Overview

  • 40 mile ride
  • 70% protected bike lanes/greenways
  • 20% traditional bike lanes
  • 10% shared road with cars/trucks
  • Tour starts and finishes at our storefront at 55th Street and 7th Avenue in Times Square
    Subway – Yellow Line  Q, R, N, W  Trains to 57th Street (use 55th street exit in station)  or  Orange / Blue Line  B, D, E  Trains to 7th Avenue  (use 7th avenue exit in station, exit staton and walk uptown 2 blocks.  160 West 55th Street 


  • Private guided tour

Important Info

  • Young adults ages 18-20 are welcome to ride their own bike accompanied by an adult
  • All tours have a minimum of 2 bikes
  • You should know how to operate a bike and feel comfortable riding in a busy city environment.
  • Tour route is subject to change because of possible road closures due to summer street fairs, parades, construction, or NYPD activity.
  • You can always choose to make the route shorter.
  • Note that all members of my party are knowledgeable in operating a bike and feel comfortable riding around New York City.

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