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New York City - Manhattan - Bike Ride

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Published on Apr 13, 2012

Although numerous bicycle paths, lanes and routes are stretched throughout New York City streets, it seems that most New Yorkers and visitors prefer to ride along the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway.
As my fourth visit to New York approached, riding bicycle in Manhattan's busy streets seemed like a desirable activity.
The warm-up was along the Greenway, north on the Harlem River side up to the northern tip of Manhattan, then south along the Hudson River, then cutting east towards Columbus Square to start the 'real' streets ride.
The part that I documented by video goes south along Broadway bicycle path, through Union Square and further south towards Chinatown and Delancey street. I continued to ride through Williamsburg bridge to Brooklyn and north through Pulaski Bridge to Queens, getting back to Manhattan through Queensboro Bridge (Only the bridges rides are captured on video).
Yes, it was "a helluva ride" in "a helluva town".
Riding along the Greenway is one thing, riding in Broadway is another, and riding along the bridges is another another. It is an exciting way to experience the streets on two wheels, while even overcoming obstacles on the way become and experience (or maybe it -is- the experience :)
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