A day riding BMX in Downtown and Midtown NYC with a solid crew. The city was boarded up due to some political tension which ended up making more spots for us to ride! Follow me @BillyPerry631 and SUBSCRIBE for more Support us and shop FTL/Merritt/Volume http://store.ftlbmx.com/products http://instagram.com/ftlbmx MY GEAR- https://www.amazon.com/shop/billyperrybmx FOLLOW http://instagram.com/billyperry631 http://facebook.com/billyperrybmx https://www.tiktok.com/@billyperry631 Tweets… Continue reading Riding BMX in Boarded up NYC (DailyCruise 38)
Is 2nd Avenue or Lexington Avenue better for cycling downtown in Manhattan from the Queensboro Bridge? I’ve put together two clips in split video to help you make a decision. I ride both routes to 1st Street (but need to turn left on 22nd street on the Lexington Avenue route since that’s where it ends).… Continue reading 2nd Ave vs Lexington Ave for cycling downtown NYC – which is better?
In this video I ride from the Jane Hotel in West Village to the Staten Island Ferry terminal in downtown Manhattan. Rather than taking the recommended bike route along the waterfront, I elected to ride through the downtown streets. I passed through West Village, SoHo and the Financial District before reaching my destination. The weather… Continue reading Biking in NYC – Downtown Manhattan
Google Maps Route: https://goo.gl/maps/FBm1BZrm4Dn I ride my bicycle from the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge and proceed through Midtown Manhattan to Columbus Circle, where I take Broadway down to the World Trade Center. Filmed February 16, 2019 Timestamps 1:20 – 1st Avenue & 60th Street 3:40 – 61st Street & Lexington Avenue 6:00 – 5th Avenue… Continue reading ⁴ᴷ⁶⁰ Cycling NYC : Midtown Manhattan to World Trade Center via Broadway
A typical cycling commute during rush hour from Midtown Manhattan to Downtown Brooklyn via 2nd Avenue, Chrystie Street, and the Manhattan Bridge. Filmed August 10, 2018 Timestamps: 2:05 – 2nd Avenue & 57th Street 5:12 – 2nd Avenue & 46th Street 6:32 – 2nd Avenue & 43rd Street (Car pulls out without checking for traffic… Continue reading Rush Hour Bicycle Commute from Midtown Manhattan to Downtown Brooklyn, NYC