If you only walked, took the subway and drove in New York, you might not know how many bike lanes and paths there are. You can always look at the official map, or check out this google maps overlay. Either way, the truth is there isn't always a lane or path where it says there is. But for the most part, it's pretty helpful.
Here are some shots of bicycle infrastructure in New York from our petite tour de Manhattan yesterday...
New York City Waterfalls." No water falling, as you can see. It's supposed to begin June 26.
Frank Gehry's first building in NYC, the IAC Building.
Hudson River skate park. I'm still getting the hang of taking photos while riding, but it's so much easier on this smooth riding Velorbis Churchill Classic, yes it is.
Ghost Bike here on this segregated bike path, though it was at an intersection where huge tour buses cross.
BREAKING NEWS: Just as I was writing this, I heard lots of bike bells ringing out the window - I went to investigate and it was the Tour de Brooklyn passing on the street below... The police are escorting the cyclists, temporarily turning the whole street into a bike lane for them. Since they had a police escort, I'm not sure why so many of them felt the need to dress like construction workers... That said, I hope they had a fun and safe tour.