Gear Up for Summer Bike Tours

Spring is here, and there has never been a better time to sign up for Cycling the Erie Canal and Cycling the Hudson Valley!



Cycling the Erie Canal
Buffalo to Albany
July 13-20, 2014
Weekend options available

Ride across New York State on Cycling the Erie Canal, an 8-day, 400-mile tour from Buffalo to Albany. Jump on a boat through the Lockport Locks, have a night on the town in Syracuse’s Armory Square, and camp overnight at a Revolutionary War-era fort. With more than three-quarters of the route off-road on the Erie Canalway Trail, the ride is great for all ages and abilities. If you can’t join us for the full tour, come along for a weekend. Two-day options are available from Buffalo to Pittsford and Canajoharie to Albany.




Cycling the Hudson Valley
Hudson to New York City
July 29-August 3, 2014

Ride through one of America’s most historic river valleys on Cycling the Hudson Valley, a 6-day, 200-mile tour from Hudson to New York City. With a new route for the 10th anniversary, the ride features Kingston’s Stockade District and Historic Huguenot Street in the vibrant village of New Paltz, as well as old favorites the Culinary Institute of America, West Point, an optional climb up Bear Mountain, and the traffic-free Hudson River Trail in New York City.



You don’t have to come along on one of PTNY’s bike tours to ride in style in one of our newly designed bike jerseys. Order your Cycling the Erie Canal or Cycling the Hudson Valley jersey by June 1 to guarantee one in your size.

If you have any questions about this year’s tours or would like to sign up, feel free to contact Rohan Parikh at 518-434-1583 or


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