Bike Hudson Valley, New York
Ken Roberts and Sharon Marsh Roberts

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Routes for bicycling

  • Rip Van Winkle Bridge to Albany, loop on both sides of the Hudson river -- 74 miles, moderate hills, from Catskill and Hudson to the Dunn Memorial Bridge between Albany + Rennselaer.  Lots of sweeping views across beautiful farm country, a variety of angles on the Catskill mountains and the Hudson River, and the new and old buildings of Albany.  [ Details | Map | GPS | Cue sheet ] 

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Taxi services

Calling a taxi services can be very helpful for bicycling: 

  • when your bicycle gets messed up bad enough so you cannot ride it -- or weather turns real bad -- and you still need to get home or back to your car.
  • to get to and from train stations.
  • to set up one-way tours.

It's usually easier to call a taxi if you have some phone numbers of taxi services in the area you're riding. A way to get a list is to do a search for "taxi" on a directory of business phone numbers such as -- Here's some towns and cities in this county on which might be helpful to search:

Albany (in New York state)

Here's some taxi services we found in phone directories around 2003:

  • Capitaland Taxi -- Albany NY

  • Advantage Automotive -- Albany

  • Albany Yellow Cab -- Albany

  • Checker Cab -- Albany

  • Duffy's Taxi -- Albany, NY

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places: Hudson river valley, New York state, NY

regions: Albany county

towns: Albany Schenectady

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