Official Tour Operators
For a peace of mind during your trip to NYC, let the travel pros take care of you and your family. From coordinating your airport transfers, booking show tickets or sightseeing trip, scheduling a pre-race group ride, to renting a bus to take you to the GWB start line and your family to the Finish Village, these Official GFNY Tour Operators know the ins & outs of GFNY and NYC so you just focus on your fun and your cycling and they'll take care of the rest.
|COUNTRY||TRAVEL PARTNER AGENCY|
|Costa Rica||Bike CRfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Costa Rica||Tours Deportivos Costa Ricaemail@example.com|
|Panama||Destiny 2 Sportfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Airport Transport & Getting Around NYC
SUBWAY & REGIONAL TRAINS
If you land at JFK, the budget option is taking the A train. Not all the stations are handicap accessible, which means there aren’t elevators to go up/down stairs with your luggage & bike box. If you want to take the subway, check the subway map to make sure there is handicap accessibility at the stations you’ll travel through: 1. the stations where you may need to make a connection and 2. the stop closest to you where you’re staying. web.mta.info/maps/submap.html
Here are travel options from all airports by regional trains: nycmap360.com/nyc-airports-map
Within NYC and its airports, JFK and LGA, the easiest transport option is hailing a yellow taxi. However, May is a high-tourism month in NYC and you may end up having to wait a long time in line to get a taxi. We recommend using either Uber or Lyft apps or scheduling a car service pickup in advance.
CARS / SUVs / MINIVANS
For people coming without bikes or 1-2 people with 1 bike box.
CARS / SUVs / MERCEDES SPRINTERS / MINI BUSES
Also great for 5-10 passengers w/bike boxes.
TAXI COMPANIES BASED IN FORT LEE
For riders going from EWR to Fort Lee Hotels
FOR LARGER GROUPS
Groups of 15-40 with bike boxes.