Free bike tours to celebrate Lower Manhattan's Shared Streets!

On Saturday, August 13, the wildly successful Summer Streets program will extend to a large area south of the Brooklyn Bridge with a Shared Streets zone, giving priority to pedestrians, bikes, and a wide variety of public programing. We'll unitize these fun-filled streets, providing hour-long bike tours throughout the day, exploring culture, history, and the excitement that can be found on this celebratory summer afternoon. Don't miss this unique opportunity to experience Manhattan in a whole new way!

 
 
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Need-to-Know

Where: Park Row between Beekman Street & Ann Street, near 15 Park Row
When: Saturday, August 13
Tour times: 11am, 1pm, 3pm
To bring: a bike, helmet & water (suggested), and a smile!
Other details: Our wonderful guide, Daniel, will be there to greet you at the start and guide you on an hour-long adventure through fascinating FiDi
Inquiries: contact jesse@latitudebiketrips.com if you have any questions 

 
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The DOT's Shared Streets program

The NYC DOT celebrates the Shared Streets of Lower Manhattan on Saturday August 13th from 11am-4pm. From Park Row on down, there will be several open corridors where bikes & pedestrians have priority, along with public programing that highlights the cultural and historical significance of one of our city's most treasured neighborhoods.

 
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The Tour

Join Latitude as we embrace the Shared Streets of Lower Manhattan, and weave our way through some of the most storied streets & alleys in the city. Discover stones and foundations dating back to the days of Dutch New Amsterdam, learn the secrets and stories of the titans of finance, and experience art and sculpture in unexpected places. Leisurely roll through Saturday's Shared Streets and uncover the ins and outs of the Financial District!
Highlights: the ongoing story of  the first European baby born in NYC; The Wall St Bull; JP Morgan's unexpected headquarters; a generation Minimalist Art; the coming of Anna Wintour's FiDi; the cave vaults of The Federal Reserve; the remnants of historic architecture amidst towering skyscrapers; and much more!