Bicycle Blitz Thru Staten Island: Italian Inventors & Agitators, Clam Pies & German Beer Gardens

Join licensed NYC tour guide, native Brooklynite, history geek, beer nerd and bicycling enthusiast Matt Levy on a 15 mile bike ride through the wilds of Staten Island

Staten Island, New York

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We'll adventure through the mysterious suburbs of SI on a historical & foodie curated tour of the most misunderstood borough in NYC. From the St. George Ferry Terminal, our first stop will be the Garibaldi-Meucci Museum in Rosebank, where we'll learn about the inventor of the Teletrophono, as well as his roommate, the Hero of Two Worlds. After a quick museum tour we'll roll down to legendary Lee's Tavern for a clam pie and beer break. Fortified by carbs we'll bike to the end of the island for Killmeyer's Old Bavaria Inn and Beer Garden!


10:00 AM to 04:00 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Attendance limit

Hosted by

Matt Levy


Staten Island
St George Ferry Terminal
Staten Island, New York, 10301, USA

Special instructions

Over 21 only. No disabled access. Must provide own bicycle. Helmet and water bottle highly recommended. Not suitable for pregnant women or inexperienced bicyclists. The bike trip is one-way; we will be taking our bikes on the SI Railway back to the ferry.

Event fee includes admission to Garibaldi-Meucci Museum but not pizza or beer at either of our foodie stops.