Central Park Bike Rental Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Limit 2 per customer • Limit 1 per customer per visit • Reservations required and subject to availability • Merchant cancellation/re-scheduling policy of 24 hours applies; voucher subject to forfeiture • Must sign waiver and be 18+ or accompanied by an adult to redeem • Additional fee for late bike return applies at $5 per hour • Entire value must be used in a single visit
Headquartered just a block from Central Park, this trusted two-wheel outfit supplies all riders with a helmet, lock, map, and cycle of their choosing (think: cruisers, mountain bikes, and road warriors). • $12 ($25 value) for a three-hour bike rental • $10 ($20 value) for a two-hour bike rental • $15 ($30 value) for a four-hour bike rental • $25 ($50 value) for two-hour guided bike tour of Central Park Saddle Up With your helmet on, map secured, and lock in hand, explore Central Park and its legendary history with help from Sayat's knowledgeable and attentive staff during the tour -- all ages and ability levels welcome. Or, strike out on your own and chart out a fun Big Apple adventure on top of your trusty bicycle. Central Park Bike Rental's Website
Choose from Three Options $10 for a two-hour bike rental (up to a $20 value) $15 for a four-hour bike rental (up to a $30 value) $20 for a full-day bike rental (up to a $40 value)
The Fine Print
All-day rental is from 8am-8pm and includes bike, helmet, lock, map, and basket. Reservation required at least 2 hours in advance. Bikes are subject to availability.
If you’re sick of standing in overcrowded subway trains with seat hogs and pole huggers, you’ll love this two-wheeled alternative from Central Park Bike Rental. Tourists and locals alike can exercise their independence from public transportation with full-day bike rentals from the Midtown West shop. Its fantastic fleet includes cruisers, mountain bikes, and road bikes—which all come complete with complimentary helmets and locks, plus a basket for any goodies you happen to snag along your journey. You’ll also be equipped with a detailed route map, so you can pop wheelies from Central Park to the Brooklyn Bridge and still make it back before dinner.