Use coupon code: BBTour10 for immediate 10% discount on Brooklyn Bridge bike tour! The Brooklyn Bridge bike tour is provided in English-only; and to the public one time daily: 1pm; and covers approximately five miles of lower Manhattan and Brooklyn over a span of two hours. Public bike tours are limited to 18 people for an intimate individualized experience. Licensed professional tour guides lead guests through downtown NYC and over the Brooklyn Bridge to the most-popular Brooklyn sightseeing and Brooklyn Greenway waterfront destinations including Brooklyn Bridge Park, and more. Rate for 2-hour tour: adults $49 and children $35 (under 12) – before coupon or special. Appropriate for all ages and skill levels, and one adult 18 or over must be present and responsible. Bicycle included and bike helmet available on request, mandatory children under 14. We provide Trek bikes for men, women and children for the bike tour. Tandem bikes (two-riders), child bike seats and child bike trailers are also available at additional cost.
You do not need to reserve after Brooklyn Bridge bike tour purchase, you are reserved unless otherwise notified. You will be contacted by email as soon as possible if you’re chosen tour date or time slot is not available, and you may choose the next tour or another date. Please arrive 15 minutes early to check-in for best results.
Call (212) 767-1773 during business hours for additional questions about this tour. Call (917) 283-2453 for information about private bike tour or group bike tour for 15 people or more (available in multiple languages). Alternatively, Central Park bike tour also available. The Brooklyn Bridge bike tour is also free with New York Pass and Big Bus Big Adventure Pass. There is no refund for online tour purchase. Credit for a later tour may be given with manager approval due to inclement weather or NYC emergency.
Complete the form below to purchase Brooklyn Bridge bike tour. Guided Brooklyn Bridge bike tour will start and end at 145 Nassau Street (near Brooklyn Bridge and Pace University between Beekman Street and Spruce Street).