Back to the Old Country - The Ethnic Apple Bike Tour

What to expect
  • Embark on an all-day guided cycling adventure that explores the neighborhoods of some of NYC’s most celebrated cultures
  • See places like Queens, Brooklyn,the Lower East Side, and Midtown in a whole new way with historical stories provided by your local guidel
  • Stop along the way to enjoy and get great pictures of beautiful skyline and neighborhood views
  • Enjoy a cultural exploration of the city that will give you a deep appreciation of its many multicultural sides
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, then biking 15 miles around the Big Apple certainly can’t hurt either!

During this all-day bike tour, you’ll get an intimate and personal look at the cultural heritage of New York City through stories told by your energetic and knowledgeable guide.

You’ll begin your ride on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, but you’ll soon find yourself cycling through a variety of neighborhoods, including Queens, Williamsburg and Greenpoint in Brooklyn, the Lower East Side of Manhattan, and more!

Each of these places contains its own unique cultural fabric, and you’ll get to see and learn more about local sights and people representing these varied heritages, including Hassidic Jewish, Polish, Thai, Puerto Rican, Dominican, and many more.

The eclectic nature of New York will truly come to life on this tour, which will end in front of the United Nations.

Cultural? More like “cool”-tural!

Note: The exact meeting location is given upon confirmation of booking. Tour price includes bike rental and helmet but does not include the cost of lunch at a Thai or Polish restaurant. This tour will travel approximately 15 miles at a slow speed of around 4 miles per hour, so riders do not need to be incredibly athletic to participate.
Key Highlights
Price $99.00 per guest
Duration / Session 7 hours
# Sessions 1
If you cancel within 72 hours, there will be a 20% service charge. If you cancel within 24 hours, there will be no refund.

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