It's time to leave the house...get out for fresh air, exercise and good food. We have all been staring at the same four walls for much too long.  Everywhere we go we wear a mask, we know it is necessary, but we are all tired of it, and have even complained about it...but have we DONE anything about it?  Well now is your chance...

This month, Buffalo Bike Tours starts their third season of teaching local history and riding through the city.

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“Everyone wants to be outside and it’s a great place to explore by bicycle," said Marc Moscato, owner.

Buffalo Bike Tours is eager to get small groups back together after a COVID-cautious 2020 according to WKBW-TV.

"Biking is one of those things where we’re outside, we’re socially distant by naturally the space in between. We do tours 7 days a week, 10:30am, 1:00pm and 4:00pm," said Moscato.

And with Buffalo Bike Tours you can catch a two and a half hour history ride.

Learn about Buffalo history like Olmsted and Frank Lloyd Wright, but also some of the underground social stories like the underground railroad...or a tour of the waterfront.

Or you can  come hungry for the wing tour.

"Which not only samples Buffalo’s best wings, but goes into some of the underground stories you may not know about. This is an opportunity to exercise, get some fresh air, learn about your city," said Moscato.

People may not realize that there is a national bike shortage because of the pandemic.

“If you need a bike, come on down you can rent them by the hour, by three hours or even by the day. We also have a series of five self-guided tours in case you want to explore buffalo on your own," said Moscato.

Moscato asks that those in the group tours bring masks to wear during stops on the tour, but otherwise, you can ride mask free.

Buffalo Bike Tours prices from their website:

-Tour + Bike Rental: $39

-Tour + Bring your own bike: $20

-Self-guided Tour:


-$30/3 hr

-$50/all day

To book or learn more, click here.

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