Strap on your helmets, pull up your kickstands, and prepare to have the most fun that’s allowed on two wheels.
Lucky for us, there’s a surplus of trails in and around the city.
Buffalo Bike Tours aims to promote exercise, celebrate our great city, and instill social distancing through its Bike There, Buffalo! Tour Series.
Biking is the prime outdoor activity for some leisure exercise and here in WNY, we are pretty lucky when it comes to bike trails.
Strap on your bike rack, load up your gear and get out exploring these waterfront bike trails in WNY.
There is no better way to see our Buffalo, NY city than on two wheels!
Whether you’re a beginner looking to immerse yourself in a new weekend activity, or a seasoned veteran on the prowl for a new ride, this series is made for you.
The Waterfront Loop highlights Buffalo’s industrial heritage on a 10-mile tour leaving from and returning to Canalside.
The Architecture Loop highlights Buffalo’s rich tradition of architectural experimentation and most beloved buildings.
For all the art lovers and instagram worthy photo ops, the public art loop is the perfect bike tour to take in the beautiful murals around Buffalo.
Olmsted probably didn’t envision the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, but his vision of green spaces is perhaps just what we need at this time.
You’ve probably seen the racks of red bikes popping up around town, a concept that has been rolled out in cities across the world and has finally made it to Buffalo.
With talk of a new master plan for bicycles, which could mean 300 miles of bike lanes in Buffalo, and Slow Roll Buffalo events every single Monday night this summer, and awesome events like The Skyride popping up, there’s no better time to join the city’s growing...
Like biking? Like getting together with friends? Like seeing new parts of Buffalo? Via BIKE? Love heading out to a new bar or restaurant that you may have never been before?
Next time you’re out biking around, make the Old Neighborhood your final destination and we promise you won’t be bored…or hungry…or thirsty.