Riding a bike in New York is kind of awesome. You can just cover so much territory rather quickly; you don’t have to find a parking space; you can actually see the neighborhoods (in person) instead of just on a subway map; there are lots of biking lanes; and you can move faster than cars. Downside: the unmistakable thrill of possibly having a car door open up on you at all times and the worry of getting your bike stolen in a split second. So far so good on those fronts. 🙂
Danny and I love to ride to Trader Joe’s, Sahadi’s Middle Eastern Market, Brookyn Bridge Park, the famous Red Hook Ball Fields, Riverside Park, Prospect Park, Central Park, church, or along the bikeway on the West Side on the Hudson River
Do you have any favorite bike paths or bike outings we should know about? And, is there ANYTHING that can make you feel more like a kid than riding a bike? 🙂 🙂 OK, maybe flying a kite. I’ve had a kite sitting by my door for awhile and Danny and I have been meaning to go fly it all summer. I’m determined to make it happen soon. 🙂
Hope you all are having a great start to your week!