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City, Cycles & Style – West Village NYC

Welcome to the City, Cycles and Style Bike Tour!
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Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Easy
Length: 2.7 miles
Duration: Less than 1 hour

Overview :  Tour the West Village and Hudson River Park on your bicycle – or by foot – and enjoy the treasures New York City has to offer.

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Points of Interest

1. 75 1/2 Bedford St. and 77 Bedford St.

The Narrowest Home in Manhattan is located at 75 ½ Bedford St. (half address)and is 9 ½ ft wide x 30 ft deep. Cary Grant, John Barrymore (Drew Barrymore’s grandfather) and Edna St. Vincent Millay all lived here. Edna St. Vincent Millay opened Cherry Lane Theatre, which you'll see just around the corner. The fact that this structure... More

This gorgeous theatre was founded in 1924 by Edna St. Vincent Millay and is the longest continuously running Off Broadway house in the world. In fact, Barbara Streisand made her start here as an usher.
The Cherry Lane Theater is a great example of New York City's many historic monuments that remain fully functioning today.

3. Hudson River Park

Hop off your bike for a moment and stroll along the pedestrian walkway. The Hudson River Park Act was passed in 1998, designating the project area next to the Hudson River a public park with minimal commercial development. Hudson River Park encourages and promotes the interaction of sun-starved city-dwellers with nature. In addition, Hudson... More

4. Cobblestones - Perry Street

The cobblestones here date back to the early 1900s when the horse and carriage ruled New York City. The term ‘cobblestone’ refers to uneven bricks of varying shapes and sizes. Though the horse and buggy was certainly a more eco-friendly mode of transportation than the taxi cabs roaming city streets today, these cobblestones have been preserved... More

5. Birdbath, Neighbordhood Green Bakery – 145 Seventh Ave. South at Charles Street

This "green" bakery features walls made of wheat, cups made of corn husks and shelves made of recycled paper - plus, it's powered by wind energy. The West Village is the perfect spot for this eco-friendly shop that reminds us to reduce our carbon footprint as often as possible.

6. Horse Stable – Cornelia Street between Bleecker Street and West 4th Street

This space served as a fully functioning horse stable until 1964. It was recently used by theFood Network for the “Next Food Network Star” program.

This row of original structures from the early 1800s still features their original copper ceilings. The English-inspired architecture reminds us that New York's history is rich and hidden treasures can be uncovered every day.