bike hoboken

1. Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse Paddle Days

  • Dates and Times Vary by Activity, Check Calendar 
  • Located at: Maxwell Place Park near the intersection of Sinatra Drive and Maxwell Place, Hoboken, NJ 

2. Outdoor Yoga Jam: DJ Yoga with Asana Soul Practice

  • Class occurs every Wednesday from 6:30pm-7:30pm
  • Class is located at 210 Hudson Street, Jersey City (Outside of District Kitchen) 

3. Zumba on the Pier

  • Available every Thursday from 7:00pm-8:00pm and Saturday from 10:00am-11:00am 
  • Located at J. Owen Grundy Park, Jersey City 

4. Slow AF Two Mile Fun Run

  • Available Sundays from 10:00am-11:30am 
  • Located at Exchange Place, Jersey City 

5. Hudson Pickleball

  • Available for free drop-in practice Saturdays from 8:30am-11:30am, all equipment is provided 
  • Located at 64 Harrison Street, Hoboken 

6. Jersey City to Hoboken Waterfront Tour

  • A scenic 14-mile bike ride that takes you through some of the best Hudson County has to offer
  • You can choose to begin the ride anywhere on the loop; however, most locals recommend starting at Liberty State Park for the best experience 
  • You can ride as a single or in a group 

7. Bike Hoboken

  • Offers a community bike ride the 4th Sunday of every month at 11:00am at different predetermined locations 
  • All ages welcome, though you must be able to keep up with the 4 mile per hour pace
  • All rides will be accompanied by a member of the Hoboken Police Department to ensure safety
  • Other events are available throughout the year

8. Urban Quack

  • A chicken farm in the heart of Jersey City 
  • Located at 153 Ogden Avenue, Jersey City 
  • You can buy fresh farm products like eggs or just take in the atmosphere and feed some of the animals on site 
  • The whole farm is 100% free range, no cages, no crates, no crowding 

9. Hoboken Historical Walking Tour

  • Available anytime 
  • Suggested starting point is The Machine Shop, 1021-1321 Hudson Street, Hoboken. 
  • However, the tour can start and conclude at any point the participant chooses 
  • Learn all about the history of New Jersey’s fabulous Mile Square City!
  • It I suggested to allow 2 – 3 hours to visit all the stops on this tour at a leisurely pace

10. Frank Sinatra Walking Tour

  • Available anytime 
  • Suggested starting point is 415 Monroe Street, where Sinatra was born
  • You can start and stop the tour at any point, however if you use the order provided, you can follow Frank Sinatra from birth to death
  • It is recommended you allow two hours of walking time 

11. Hudson River Waterfront Walkway

  • Available anytime 
  • Suggested starting point is in Bayonne, if you want to bike the walkway from beginning to end
  • Otherwise, you can start at whatever point you want and explore as much or as little as you’d like
  • You can bring your own bike, or rent one from companies like Hudson Bike Share or CitiBike 

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