If you have recently signed up for Central Park bike tours, then you probably already know where you’re going and what you’ll be doing. If you are going on a guided group tour, however, then you will have a guided tour to show you the sights and tell you about the park and the city. However, as with any other type of tour in the business, bike tours have rules of etiquette as well. Read on below for a few of those rules to help you have the time of your life.
Since you are going to be riding with a group of people, it’s best to be flexible about where you go and what you do. For example, if your bike tour stops for lunch in the park, be flexible about where you eat. Don’t insist on eating at one place when everyone else clearly wants to eat somewhere else.
Always be Social
The thing is that you are with a group. That means that you should try to be sociable and make new friends. If you want to be anti-sociable, instead, sign up for a private tour or strike out on your own. Just be careful when you do. Groups are safer of course.
Always Ride Safely
You are going to be riding in a group so try to be careful where you ride and don’t make any sudden stops without warning. You may be on the Central Park bike tours, but you still need to follow all biking procedures when you are.
The biggest thing you want to do on your bike tour of Central Park has fun. Central Park, just like New York is amazing, so be sure to have the time of your life.
These are just a few etiquette tips for going on a bike tour. For more information and to book your tour today, contact Must See Central Park today.