Buffalo Bike Tours announces relocation to Canalside, expanded hours, and updated bike fleet.

Over the years, there has been a handful of people that have helped to change the face of bike culture in Buffalo. Marc Moscato of Buffalo Bike Tours is one of those people. Each passing year, Moscato grows his bike rental/touring operation, which helps to get more and more cyclists out on the road. 2024 is no exception.

Now in its sixth year of operation, Moscato has announced that Buffalo Bike Tours has relocated its headquarters to Canalside (doubling its size), expanded its operating hours, and updated its bike fleet. Its new headquarters will be open for walk-up traffic Wednesday through Sunday, from 12 pm to 5 pm, starting in May and running through October 31.

Some key highlights include:

Doubling the size of its headquarters and relocating to a prime spot at Canalside, nestled between Clinton’s Dish and the Buffalo Heritage Carousel.

Introducing new merchandise, including the much-anticipated John Young’s Original Mumbo Sauce—the original wing sauce of Buffalo, NY.

Taking over Highmark’s bike rental program, offering an expanded fleet of bikes with special discounts for Blue Cross insurance members.

Unveiling a new bike fleet and introducing the latest and greatest rides for an enhanced biking experience. Original fleet is now for sale at $175 per bike.

Introducing three main tours for the 2024 season: Wing Ride, History Ride, and Waterfront Ride, along with special one-off tour collaborations with local experts.

On Saturday, May 18, starting at 11 am, Buffalo Bike Tours will introduce a new Tour de Progress collaboration ride/tour with Chris Hawley (Eugene V. Debs Hall) and the Central Terminal Neighborhood Association. The tour will wind its way through the Broadway Fillmore neighborhood, with visits to historic sites, and new hot spots. Cyclists will get a chance to learn about current updates and exciting developments in the neighborhood, including grassroots revitalization efforts. Admission is free, with a suggested donation of $20, and bike rentals are available for an additional $20.

“We are confident that this will be our best season yet,” said Moscato, Founder of Buffalo Bike Tours. “Buffalo is an American story, and we can’t wait to share these fun and meaningful experiences to all.”

To learn more about the tours, the rentals, etc., visit Buffalo Bike Tours 2024.

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