Bike New York is your go-to resource for all things cycling in NYC, including info on where and what to ride. You can contact the individual clubs and rental shops below for schedules, membership information, and current rates. Is this list missing your organization? Contact us.
Sound Cyclists Bicycle Club, centered in Fairfield County, promotes cycling and cycling-related social activities and encourages safe bicycling.”
Southern Connecticut Cycle Club
The SCCC is a fun bicycle club that provides a variety of rides for all cycling abilities–social to training grade–plus trips and classes. You don’t have to be a member to ride or join club meetings.
Hat City Cyclists Based
Based in Danbury, this club welcomes riders of various experience and skill levels to weekend and Wednesday night rides. Their annual fundraising event is the Cyclefest.
Shore Cycle Club
The Shore Cycle Club is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting bicycling for fun, friendship, and fitness throughout southern New Jersey. Today there are over 150 members: recreational cyclists, mountain bikers, racers, tri-athletes, and general fitness enthusiasts, all with varying degrees of cycling ability.
Members live mostly in Atlantic, Cape May, Ocean, and Cumberland Counties, and some members are from more distant parts of New Jersey as well as from Pennsylvania and Delaware. A few members are summer or weekend-only shore residents; most are working people, some are retirees. Most of our rides and activities are based in the South Jersey shore areas and surrounding pinelands forests. The club sponsors two annual fund-raising rides.
Princeton Freewheelers Club
Central New Jersey club with lots of rides and an annual event in the summer.
Morris Area Freewheelers
Rides sponsored by the Morris Area Freewheelers are for members only, but if you’re not sure about joining, join them as a guest for a couple of rides. April through September the club has evening rides every Tuesday and Thursday; there’s a regular Wednesday ride year round; and there are three to five rides each Saturday and Sunday during April to November and one to two rides each weekend day during winter.
Major Taylor Cycling Club
The name memorializes Major Taylor, the greatest African-American cyclist to date. This multicultural bike club, affiliated with other clubs both local and national, offers Sunday morning rides open to all cyclists.
Jersey Shore Touring Society
The Jersey Shore Touring Society is a bicycle club whose primary focus is on social rather than competitive riding. Offering “leader led” as well as “route sheet” rides, they welcome newcomers to their club rides and ask that each rider wear a helmet and complete a waiver available at the sign-in before the ride begins. Monthly meetings are on the second Monday of every month.
East Coast Bicycle Club of Ocean County
This is a recreational and fitness bicycle riding club offering short, medium, and long rides for all fitness levels every month of the year for both road and mountain bikes.
Central Jersey Bicycle Club
One of the oldest, largest (1,100+ members), and most active bike clubs in the country. Originally founded as the Metuchen Bicycle Touring Society in 1968, we officially changed our name to Central Jersey Bicycle Club in 1979, and incorporated in 1993. Membership includes a monthly newsletter, The HUB, which provides information about rides, weekend trips, social events, nutrition, training, classifieds, and even gossip. Club rides are scheduled every month in the year.
Bicycle Touring Club of North Jersey
BTCNJ was established in 1978 as a non-profit, all volunteer bicycling club dedicated to promoting bicycling for recreation and transportation. The 1,000-member club has one of the most active ride schedules in the country.
Mohawk-Hudson Cycling Club
The Mohawk-Hudson Cycling Club has 700+ members who live and cycle in the greater Capital District of eastern New York State. MHCC sponsors road and mountain bike rides within an 80-mile radius of the Albany-Schenectady-Troy area, for beginning and experienced riders. Rides, with difficulty ratings, are listed online. Join us at our annual Century Weekend in September in Saratoga Springs and our Mountain Bike Festival in Grafton in August.
Westchester Cycle Club
Westchester Cycle Club is a group of bicyclists of all ages who enjoy riding together. Weekend rides offer a chance for cyclists of every ability to enjoy the benefits of cycling in Westchester County, Putnam County, Connecticut, and sometimes across the Hudson to Rockland and Orange Counties. The big event is the annual Golden Apple Bicycle Tour, which usually takes place in September.
Rockland Bicycling Club
The Rockland Bicycling Club runs organized rides for cyclists of all levels, and engages in bicycling advocacy programs for bicyclists in and around Rockland County.
R-Cubed is an Albany-based group of great people who enjoy running, riding, and racing. This includes trail running, road running, road bike rides, and mountain bike rides. We invite riders, runners, and racers of all skill levels to join any and all of our group events. The best part is… its FREE! We just enjoy your company.
Orange County Bicycle Club
The Orange County Bicycle Club was founded in the mid-’80s to provide safe, non-competitive group rides for the cyclists of Orange County. More than 300 members of all cycling abilities and ages enjoy club rides that vary in length, pace and terrain.
Year-round cycling, with indoor and outdoor seasons, focused on building a cycling community in this Hudson Valley town.
Bike Around Long Island
We’re just a great group of close friends enjoying exercise, the outdoors, adventure, and companionship. There are no sponsors, meetings, or dues. And we try not to be any more serious than absolutely necessary. Most of us live on Long Island, and most of our trips are on Long Island, although sometimes we drive to other places and combine bike riding with other tourist activities.
Chenango Valley Summit Cycling Club
A small but active club with great routes and terrific places to ride in the Hamilton, New York area, near Colgate University.
Bicycle Long Island
Centralized online clearing house for Long Island bicycle clubs, events, cue sheets, and more.
Flanzig and Flanzig - New York Bike Lawyers
Flanzig and Flanzig -New York Bike Lawyers
Representing Cyclists in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester
Offices in Manhattan and Long Island
Flanzig and Flanzig, LLP is a nationally recognized law firm representing the rights of seriously injured cyclists, pedestrians, and their families. We are avid cyclists and safe street advocates with a combined 65 years of experience litigating on behalf of seriously injured crash victims in New York. Our firm offers the unique difference of being both an accomplished Personal Injury law firm as well as being dedicated bike and safe street advocates. Our advocacy worked has helped change the New York cycling landscape by bringing justice to victims of negligent and reckless drivers as well working with local advocacy groups to make our streets safer through legislative changes and more livable streets. We have helped get negligent drivers off the road when the police and justice system failed to get this done.
Partner Daniel Flanzig is a member of the Board of Directors and a legal advisor to the New York Bicycling Coalition, New York’s only statewide bicycle advocacy group. As a “Bike Law” educator with Bike New York, the country’s leading bike education program, Daniel conducts monthly bike law education programs around New York City on what to do after a crash. With the release of Revel Scooters, new e-bike and e-scooters legislation and ever changing micro-mobility laws, we strive to keep active New Yorkers educated and safe on the use of these devices.
With offices in both New York City and Long Island, we are able to represent cyclists, pedestrians, and other crash victims throughout the New York Metropolitan area. We are and remain a leader in the safe streets movement working everyday to make New York a better and safer place to ride and walk.
The official bike rental partner of Bike New York and the TD Five Boro Bike Tour. Proceeds from rentals benefit Bike New York’s free bike education program.
303 Lafayette St,
New York, NY 10012
Need a bike for the Five Boro Bike Tour? Don’t worry, your local REI Coop has you covered. Come the day of the event and pick up your bike from the REI SoHo Flagship location (Mulberry St. entrance) and ride to the start line. Click on the links below for more information and to reserve.
Hours: Mon. – Fri. 10 AM-7 PM, Sat. 10 AM-6 PM, Sun. 11 AM-5 PM
Price: hybrids $15/hour, $55/day; electric, road, & mountain bikes $40/hour, $100/day; helmet free
- Upper East Side – (212) 722-2201, 1690 2nd Avenue (between East 87th & East 88th Streets)
- Upper West Side – (212) 663-7531, 231 West 96th Street (between Amsterdam & Broadway)
- Upper West Side – (646) 868-5354, 156 West 72nd Street (between Columbus & Amsterdam)
- Hell’s Kitchen – (212) 581-4500, 653 10th Avenue (between West 46th & West 47th Streets)
- Chelsea – (212) 255-5100, 183 8th Avenue (between 19th & 20th Streets)
- Bowery – (332) 900-1555, 303 Bowery
- Stuyvesant Town – (646) 879-5401, 288 1st Avenue
Citi Bike is New York’s bike share system. It’s the biggest bike share in America, and we think it’s the best public transportation out there! Stations are located all around the city and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Day pass: $12
Three day pass: $24
Annual membership: $163
718 935 0695
269 Baltic Street, Brooklyn
Saturday & Sunday 11:00am-7:30pm
Bike Rent NYC
212 956 9646
117 West 58th Street
Hours: Daily 8 AM-8 PM
Price: $15/1 hour, $20/2 hrs, $25/3 hrs, $30/half-day, $40/day
Type of Rentals: mountain, tandem, hybrid, kids; baby seats and trailers are available for an additional fee
Free with Bike Rental: Helmet, lock and bike map
- Central Park – 212 956 9646 117 West 58th Street
- Brooklyn Bridge – 212 767 1773 145 Nassau Street, NYC
212 995 0450
34 Irving Place
Hours: Noon-9 PM daily
Types of Rentals: road, mountain, hybrid, tandem
Waterfront Bicycle Shop
212 414 2453
391 West Street (West Side Highway btw Christopher St. and W 10th)
Hours: Open 7 days from 10 AM – 7 PM
Price: $10 first hour, $2.50 each additional hour, $20.00 All Day Rental (10am-6:50pm)
Price includes a lock, helmet, basket, and map
Types of Rentals: hybrid
212 929 2453
134 West 24th Street (btw Sixth and Seventh Aves.)
Hours: Mon-Sat 11 AM-7 PM, 10 AM-5 PM Sun
Price: $10 hour, $30 day; helmet included
Types of Rentals: comfort
347 599 1340
468 Bergen Street (near Flatbush Avenue), Brooklyn
Hours: Mon-Fri 10 AM-7 PM, Sat 10 AM-6 PM, Sun 11 AM-6 PM
Type of Rentals: road, time trial
Using a simple, convenient app, owners make their bikes available for rental whenever they aren’t using them.
Prices vary, and there are thousands of bikes to choose from.
Peak Bicycle Pro Shop
718 225 5119
42-42 235th Street, Douglaston (Queens)
Hours: Tues-Fri 11 AM-8 PM, Sat 10 AM-6 PM, Sun noon-5 PM
Price: $7-$10/hour, $35-$50/24 hrs
Type of Rentals: road, mountain, comfort, full-suspension
212 737 3078
1603 York Avenue (between 85th and 86th Streets)
Hours: Mon-Sat 11 AM-7 PM
Price: $15/2 hrs, $35/day (hybrid bike, helmet included)
Type of Rentals: 7 speed hybrids, Brompton folding bikes, electric assisted bikes
66 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10003
Mon-Fri 11am – 8pm
Sat-Sun 11am – 6pm
600 11th Ave
New York, NY 10003
Sun-Sat 8am – 9pm
NYC Bicycle Shop
212 655 9629
250 West 49th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue)
Hours: 8:30 AM-7:30 PM
Price: $15/1 hour, $20/2 hours, $25/3 hours, $35/all day (20% off for Tour riders), helmet, lock and map included
Type of Rentals: hybrid, mountain, cruise, tandem
Master Bike Shop
212 580 2355
265 West 72nd Street
Hours: Mon-Fri 10:30 PM-7 PM, Sat-Sun 10:30 AM-6 PM
Type: hybrid, mountain; helmet $5, lock $5
212 757 2418
846 Ninth Avenue (between 55th and 56th Streets)
Hours: open 7 days from 10:00am – 7:00pm
Price: $50/24 hrs, $30/day; $65/day for the TD Five Boro Bike Tour; helmet free
Type of Rentals: road, tandem; baby seats available
Toga Bike Shop
212 799 9625
112 West Broadway (between Duane and Reade Streets)
Hours: Mon-Tues-Wed-Fri 11:00AM-7:00PM, Thurs 11:00am-8:00pm Sat 10:00AM-6:00PM, Sun 11:00AM-6:00 PM
Price: $35/day, helmet and flat pedals included
Type of Rentals: road, triathlon
Enoch’s Bike Shop
212 582 0620
480 10th Avenue at West 37th Street
Hours: Mon-Tue 11 AM-7 PM, Wed-Sat 11 AM-7 PM, Sun 1- AM-6 PM
Price: $20/2 hours, $30/4 hours, $35 overnight
Type of Rentals: hybrid
212 206 7656
51 8th Avenue (near Horatio Street)
Hours: Mon-Fri 10 AM-7 PM, Sat 9 AM-7PM, Sun 10 AM-5 PM
Price: Weekdays: Mon-Thurs: Full day: $35; $8/hour, Weekends: Fri-Sun: Full day: $40; $10/hour
Type of Rentals: Jamis Hybrid: 7 speed Boss Cruiser, Jamis Road: Ventura Sport* (*Prices on road bikes are slightly higher. Please contact the store for prices and reservations)
Cycle Central Park
646 637 7154
Park 40 west 55th street New York NY 10019
Hours: 9 AM-7 PM
Price: $7/1 hour, 2 hours $13, 3 hours $17, 4 hours $23, all-day special $30 (online reservations only); helmet, lock, central park map included
Type of Rentals: comfort, mountain, and tandem
212 563 3373
315 West 38th Street (between Eighth and Ninth Avenues)
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 AM-6:30 PM, Sat 10 AM-5 PM
Price: $6/hour, $30/day; Five Boro special $65; helmet included
Type of Rentals: hybrid, mountain, road
646 230 7715
130 West 26th Street (between Sixth and Seventh Avenues)
Hours: Mon-Sat 10 AM-8 PM, Sun 11 AM-7 PM
Price: $35/day, $6/hr; helmet $5
Type of Rentals: hybrid, mountain, road (higher rate applies)
212 662 2690
896 Amsterdam Avenue (between West 103rd and West 104th Streets)
Hours: Mon-Fri 10 AM-7:30 PM, Sat-Sun 10 AM-6:30 PM
Price: $40/24 hrs incl. helmet, $30/same day during store hours, $7/hr, helmet $5, lock $2.50
Type of Rentals: hybrid, mountain, tandem (higher rate applies), baby seats available for additional fee
Central Park Tours
347 746 TOUR (8687)
221 West 58th Street (between 7th and Broadway)
Hours: 9 AM-7 PM
Price: $12/1 hour, $17/2 hours, $21/3 hours, including helmet and lock
Type of Rentals: comfort
Central Park Sightseeing
917 544 3272
56 W. 56th St. (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues)
Hours: 9:00 AM–7:00 PM
Price: $7/1 hour, $12/2 hours, $15/3 hours, $40/day, $65/overnight; helmet, lock, and basket included; child seat $5
Type of Rentals: comfort, hybrid
Central Park Bike Tours
1710 Broadway (between 54th and 55th)
Hours: 9 AM-6 PM
Price: $49/1-hour tour (adult); $39/1-hour tour (child under 10 years old); $64/2-hour tour (adult); $50/2-hour tour (child under 10 years old)
Type of Rentals: hybrids (rentals include helmet, basket, lock, and map)
Central Park Bike Rentals and Tours
347 713 0013
250 West 49th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue)
Hours: 7 days a week 8:30 AM-8:00PM
Price: $15/1 hour, $20/2 hours, $25/3 hours, $35/all day (20% off for Tour riders)
Included in Rental: helmet, lock and map
Type of Rentals: hybrid, mountain, cruise, tandem
Central Park Bicycle Shop
516 815 9110
411 W 58th Street
Hours: 7:30 AM-8 PM
Price: $40/day ($28 for Tour riders)
Type of Rentals: hybrid, tandem (higher rate applies)
Central Park Discovery
212 300 7310
1405 6th Ave (at 57th St)
Hours: 10am – 6pm, 7 days a week
Price: $44/adult; $34/child under 12 years old
Included in Tour: bike rental, helmet, lock
Type of Rentals: hybrid, cruise, tandem
212 767 1717
1710 Broadway (between Sixth and Seventh Avenues)
Hours: Mon-Thu 8:00 AM-8:00 PM; Fri-Sun 8:00 AM-9:00 PM
Price: $7.50/hour, $10/2 hours, $15/5 hours, $20/10 hours
Type of Rentals: hybrid, tandem, kids, road
Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals & Tours
917 440 9094
93 South Street (across from Pier 17 at South Street Seaport)
Hours: Daily 9:00 AM-7:30 PM
Governors Island (board ferry at Battery Maritime Building located at 10 South Street)
Open daily May-September
Hours: Weekdays 10 AM-6 PM; Saturday and Sunday 10 AM-7 PM
Price: Starts at $39/24 hrs, $12/hr, increases depending on type of rental
Type of Rentals: comfort, road, tandem, hybrid, cruiser, kids bikes; baby seats and tagalong attachments are available for an additional fee.
Bike Rental Central Park
212 664 9600
348 W 57th Street (between Eighth and Ninth Avenues)
Hours: 7:30 AM-midnight
Price: $39/day, $49/overnight, $15/1 hour, $20/2 hours, $25/3 hours; helmet, lock, and basket included; child seat $10
Type of Rentals: comfort
Bike Rental NYC
917 520 2066
117 West 58th Street (between Sixth and Seventh Avenues)
Hours: 7:30 AM-midnight
Price: $32/day, $42/overnight, $11/1 hour, $14/2 hours, $18/3 hours; helmet, lock, and basket included
Type of Rentals: comfort
WE Bike NYC
WE Bike NYC is a group based in New York City open to all women, female identifying, and gender nonconforming people who enjoy biking (or think they might). WE Bike NYC aims to break down barriers to cycling by offering social rides, training rides, mechanics workshops, and ride scholarships. WE Bike because it’s a great way to get around New York, it’s healthy, and it’s FUN!
The Weekday Cyclists in NYC
The Weekday Cyclists in NYC do fun leisurely rides each Tuesday and Thursday. All rides are free. Tuesday’s rides are two to three loops around Central Park. Thursday’s rides are 30-50 miles in NYC or surrounding areas, with destinations such as greenways and pathways in Queens, the town of Roslyn in Long Island, Wave Hill in Riverdale, Liberty State Park in NJ, City Island in the Bronx, Coney Island in Brooklyn, South Beach in Staten Island, and many more. Our rides start at 10:00 AM at the Loeb Boathouse in Central Park, located on the left-hand side of East Drive, north of the Fifth Avenue and 72nd Street entrance to the park.
United Spinal Handcycling Club
There is nothing like going out for a bike ride on a beautiful sunny day and getting together with a group of handcyclists. This is a great way to learn more about the sport, find new rides, and meet new people. The club meets every Thursday at Fort Totten in Bayside, New York, starting in May and continuing through September. Please bring your own equipment–helmets are mandatory. If you’ve never had the chance to ride a handcycle and would like to try one out please contact us via our website for an appointment.
Empire Tri Club
Empire Tri Club is NYC’s premier racing, training, and social club for triathletes of all ages and abilities. Empire offers group and private training, special events, and swim programs year-round, including a 20-week NYC Triathlon Training Program and Beginner Tri Programs starting in March and June. Whether your goal is to lose weight, get healthier, embark on a new fitness challenge, or meet some new friends, Empire Tri Club provides all the support, structure, and confidence you need to achieve your training and racing goals.
TIME’S UP! is a New York City-based not-for-profit direct-action environmental group that uses events and educational programs to promote a more sustainable, less toxic city. Regularly scheduled free, short group rides include Moonlight Rides in Central Park and Prospect Park, the Riverside Ride, the Cyclone Ride to Coney Island, Memorial Rides honoring fallen cyclists, environmental tours, and more.
Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association
The Suffolk Bicycle Riders Association, Long Island’s largest cycling club, invites you to join us on a variety of rides and events. Organized in 1977, we are a club made up of all ages and cycling abilities. Active members enjoy riding together year round in a relaxed and friendly group atmosphere. Our rides range from short, easy trips for beginners, to moderately-paced tours with snack breaks, to fast, challenging rides for the more competitive minded. Volunteer club members organize group rides, leaving from various locations throughout Mid-Suffolk and the East End. Their routes provide us a wonderful variety of places to tour and explore.
Staten Island Bicycling Association
For over 25 years, SIBA has promoted bicycling on Staten Island for bicyclists who enjoy group riding but don’t want to race. There are rides and fun for all skill levels, and membership fees are modest. SIBA’s big annual event is the Pumpkin Patch Pedal in September, with ride choices of 25-100 miles through the rolling farmlands of central New Jersey.
New York City Bicycle Club
We are a loosely organized New York City Bicycle Club and Long Island Bicycle Club of competitive cyclists. Our rides cover distances of 50-60 miles at an average speed of 23mph, and feature smooth roads, moderate hills, and some of the most desired real estate in Long Island. There are no membership dues or fees, and all are welcome.
New York Cycle Club
The New York Cycle Club is an educational and recreational organization for bicycle enthusiasts in New York City. Our greatest strengths are our membership–over 1,800–a commitment to having as much fun as possible on a bicycle. We organize weekly rides, weekend trips, training programs, and special events for novice and experienced cyclists. Included in our special events is the Escape New York Century Ride held each year in late September. “ENY” offers rides of 50, 62, and 100 miles all fully supported and with beautiful routes and great food.
Join us to have fun, ride safe, get strong, and make friends all while exploring some of the most beautiful bike routes in the tri-state area. Whatever aspect of the sport intrigues you, NYCC offers programs and people to get you in gear.
New York City Mountain Bike Association
The New York City Mountain Bike Association builds and maintains trails in the five boroughs of New York City, advocates locally and regionally for the sport of mountain biking, and fosters a community of mountain bikers in NYC.
Al’s Cycle Solutions
212 247 3300
693 Tenth Avenue (between 47th and 48th Streets)
Hours: Mon-Sat 10 AM-7 PM, Sun 10 AM-6 PM
Price: $8/hr, $35/day, helmet included
Type of Rentals: hybrid
Five Borough Bicycle Club
Whether you’re into road touring or braving it over the dirt, and whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or a beginner, the Five Borough Bicycle Club has something for you. We offer free day rides within New York City and environs every weekend year-round. We go to the beach and the mountains and most places in between. We also offer affordable weekend trips to Cape Cod, the Berkshires, Pennsylvania Dutch country, and elsewhere.
All club rides are led by 5BBC-trained leaders who make sure you enjoy your biking adventure safely, without getting lost or stuck with mechanical troubles. We also offer bike repair and maintenance courses and have regular meetings with interesting people talking about the incredibly diverse things they’ve done and amazing places they’ve gone on a bike. And, for those looking for a fun and exciting challenge, we offer the 5BBC Montauk Century on the third Sunday of May each year.
Fast and Fabulous Cycling Club
Fast and Fabulous is the LGBT-friendly cycling club of New York City. Fast & Fab holds free weekly rides along with various social events, including a monthly dinner hosted by members at their favorite restaurants. The club also does a number of out-of-town trips.
Front Runners New York
Front Runners New York hosts Sunday rides from April to September starting at 30 miles with mileage progressing throughout the season. FRNY also hosts running, swimming, and social events throughout the week and encourages competition at any level in duathlons and triathlons in New York and beyond.
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