Central park bike tour 20 March 2022

We had an amazing time at our Central park guided tour today. Plenty of highlights, positive vibes and wonderfull people joining us on our guided tours.

Here are a few highlights you are about to see on our Central park trips.

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir in Central park (the biggest lake you can see in the center of the park):

Reservoir Central Park


Then we took a brief stroll into the Shakespear Gardens:


Shakespeare Garden Central Park


Everyone seems to be interested. There is a lot to see and explore. Positive vibes all around us:


Central Park Shakespear Garden

Again a nice walk around the Central park's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir. It looks so much different depending on the angle and where you are at:

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir

We did explore the norh part of Cental park as well:

North Part Central Park

Main highlight covered with our fantastic group of riders. This is Cherry Hill and San Remo towers in the distance:

Cherry Hill Central park

Bethesda fountain is another thrilling place to spend a few minutes and feel the Cental park atmosphere:

Bethesda Fountain

A must visit place - John Lennon's memorial - the Imagine mosaic in Strawberry fields area in Central park


Imagine Circle Mosaic Central park


The scenery is quite different in the other parts of the year. We will have the cherry trees blossoming and the greenery will take over very soon. We are looking forward to the next wonderful group of riders to show them around Central park and share some stunning moments together.

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